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by Alessandro Vitti,Jonathan Hickman

eBook Secret Warriors, Vol. 6: Wheels Within Wheels download ISBN: 0785158146
Author: Alessandro Vitti,Jonathan Hickman
Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (September 28, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 112
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Rating: 4.8
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Category: Comics
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Jonathan Hickman (Author), Alessandro Vitti (Illustrator). Book 6 of 6 in the Secret Warriors (2008-2011) Series.

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Jonathan Hickman, Alessandro Vitti. Summoned to the Brotherhood of the Shield's labyrinthine domain in 1961, Nick Fury, Baron Strucker and nine others learned of the Great Wheel - upon which turned the fate of the world

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Comments: (7)
Benn
Hickman's Secret Warriors series comes to a dramatic close with the final confrontation between the members of the "wheel": the collection of spies and soldiers from Hydra, SHIELD, and Leviathan who control the potential fate of the world. With Leviathan and Hydra's war decimating both sides and the Howling Commandos likewise devastated, the final conflict will come down to three men: Nick Fury, Baron Strucker, and the Kraken (the mysterious man of Hydra who claims to help people become who they were meant to become). In this final volume we learn how the "wheel" came to be and the fate of the new SHIELD once Nick Fury's war is over. All in all, a fantastic series that is highly underrated and should be read by more people. If you have any interest in spy thrillers or the SHIELD aspect of the Marvel universe this series was tailor made for you.
HyderCraft
It is the climax of the series and is really shocking. Nick Fury is a kind of god here because what he does is built over webs and webs of plots. "Wheels within wheels" describe perfectly what you feel when you read this volume.
Hickman did an extraordinary work here because I prefer detectives stories to stories of spies; I read this one and wanted so bad to get much more about Shield!
Gholbirius
Nick Fury is one of my favorite Marvel characters and I've read nearly every story out there, including the older WW2 stuff. The art was a little inconsistent at times, but the story stayed riveting throughout. Even after three reads of the whole arc, I'm still a little hazy on how they reconciled this story with "Nick Fury vs. SHIELD." Minor nit-picking, though. The nod from Cap to Fury as the "One Man" at the end was particularly welcome. And its nice to know Nick has his priorities in order in the last few pages. ;) Never yield, back SHIELD.
Drelajurus
What, you thought this series was over? After Norman Osborn has been dealt with (during Marvel's "Siege" story arc), Nick Fury's team of Secret Warriors still find new missions, and it all ties into old ones. It's like those old Spy vs Spy comics from Mad Magazine, but in a very pleasing way. Now you'll be glad they didn't kill off the various villains like the Gorgon and various Hydra villains. Nick Fury wants to kill them all over again! Great stuff.
Silverbrew
Hickman has proved once again he is one of the best things going over at Marvel. This series really captured the wonderfully interesting concept of how would the government deal with a supernatural threat through use of black ops and information dealing. The team he put together was interesting and the conceot was cool. I did enjoy how he wrapped it up. This was one of the best portrayals of Nick fury I have seen.
Blackbrand
I'm writing this review for anyone who felt that vol. 3 was a bit underwhelming and decided not to get the last two trades (even though I feel like the quality of the first three volumes should have been enough of a reason, but anyway).

Long story short, the book is a really great ending to an already awesome series, that doesn't feel too cut short like it could have been. Instead it gives us a fitting and "gotchya" style ending with some lead in to Hickman's Shield series.
Stick
I enjoyed this series and was sorry to see it end! Hickman is one of the best writers currently working in comics!!
This story was not what I had expected out of the Nick Fury storyline with SHEILD. I thought it was going to show us how he trained the young members of the Avengers after Seige. I found the beginning very slow and drawn out to the point of not being interesting at all. I hope future issues get better.