Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2



A Little Confused By Time Travel Don T Worry, These Guys Don T Really Understand It Either So They Re Breaking History With The Universe On The Brink Of Destruction, Ivar Must Turn To His Closest Relatives Armstrong And Gilad Anni Padda To Save Neela Sethi From The Machinations Of The Prometheans The Problem These Three Guys Couldn T Be Further Apart Time Doesn T Heal All Wounds As The Assault On Oblivi 1 Begins Join New York Times Best Selling Writer Fred Van Lente Archer Armstrong And Rising Star Francis Portela Green Lantern Corps As They Kick Off The Next Volume Of The Series That Io9 Calls Impressively Shocking Collecting Ivar, Timewalker 5 8Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2
  • Fred Van Lente
  • English
  • 04 September 2018
  • 1939346835

10 thoughts on “Ivar, Timewalker, Volume 2

  1. says:

    Bullet Review Ivar teams up with his pesky siblings to try to retrieve Neela Neela meets Future Neela and invents time travel.Now that I wrote that out, it sounds incredibly dry and boring perhaps I m missing a career in sapping the life of out everything meaningful and worthwhile , but I don t feel like it was all that bad Sure, I hate Ivar, I hate the fact that Ivar steals Neela all over the world and suddenly it...

  2. says:

    I really enjoy these books, but I d recommend reading the volumes close together I waited a while between 1 and 2 and couldn t figure out what was going on half of the time.

  3. says:

    The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhile, Ivar enlists his brothers Gilad and Armstrong to help him save Neela, but he doesn t tell The fast paced and very funny story continues with somecharacters, plenty of probably fictitious tech stuff, great dialogue and gorgeous art Really, why wouldn t you read this comic Neela is taken by her future self to Oblivi 1, an orbital city at the end of time, to continue her research view spoiler Her success only reveals her future self s real goal to end history hide spoiler Meanwhil...

  4. says:

    Neela gets captured by the Mistress of a doomsday cult that seeks to destroy the universe um why Spoiler alert, the Mistress is view spoiler Neela from the future, da da daaaaaaaa hide spoiler Ivar and his brothers mount an assault on the Mistress s space fortress at the end of the universe, to rescue Neela...

  5. says:

    Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of the first arc expands into what is now clearly a trilogy of adventures, this second of which features a very different atmosphere than the first The Valiant U is locked into the book, introducing yet another version of the Null for Ivar to go toe to toe with The leads, Ivar and Sethi, are apart most of the book, so we re missing the charming interactions and flirtations between the two that made the first volume so special The Ivar breaks its Doctor Who mold, for better or worse The story of...

  6. says:

    An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get complicated and the phrase saving yourself from yourself comes to mind This is very timey wimey, wibbly wobbly in the vernacular of Doctor Who Ivar gets his brothers involved in an attempt to save Neela from her future self before history is destroyed Like Neela, I keep feeling we re not being told everything, but that just adds to the ap An intriguing, time bending tale about saving the future about a time traveler and the woman who invented time travel Or something like that Things get ...

  7. says:

    After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue It s fun to see these three characters together, since it doesn After a flying start in the first volume, Ivar, Timewalker takes a stumble as it spends far too long setting up a plan that takes one issue to execute I think this is the first time I ve seen writing for the trade affect a Valiant title, especially since they re only four issues usually.Ivar pulls together his other immortal brothers, the Eternal Warrior and Armstrong, in order to help him rescue Neela from Oblivi 1 Hijinks ensue I...

  8. says:

    Oh, why did I read this It s a story about time travel usually a bad idea , and over, it seems to be part of a larger universe of comics by Valiant the publisher Still, it is fairly self contained, but ultimately I cannot recommend it.

  9. says:

    This fun time travel adventure continues with fun twists and excitement Looking forward to volume 3.

  10. says:

    Breaking History 5 8 This is very much the other half of the arc begun in volume one of Ivar, and it s muchheavily focused on moving the plot toward its inevitable conclusion The result isn t quite as amazing as its predecessor, but this book is still a lot of fun.To start with, we get somenice timey wimeyness in issue 5 Yeah, it s not as important as the awesomeness that was issue 4, but it might be just a littlesurprising Then we get three issues of all three brothers Breaking History 5 8 This is very much the other half of the arc begun in volume one of Ivar, and it s muchheavily focused on moving the plot toward its inevitable conclusion The result isn t quite as amazing as its predecessor, but this book is still a lot of fun.To start with, we get somenice timey wimeyness in issue 5 Yeah, it s not as important as the awesomeness that was issue 4, but it might be just a littlesurprising Then we get three issues of all three broth...

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