God Of War #1 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW, Oni. God of War is a six-issue American comic book limited series set in the God of War universe. The series was written by Marv Wolfman. 6 Articles. The Art of God of War (). Other Comics God of War is a six-issue American comic book limited series set in the God of War universe. The series.

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Read God of War () comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Kratos, God of War, has returned! His war on the gods of Olympus long past, Kratos builds a new life for himself in the remote Norse wilds. God of War ( series) Complete. Add favorites. , 0. God of War ( series) Complete. Publisher: WildStorm / Collections Pictures: 6 Issues.

With the passage of time Kratos had aged, he had traded in the Blades of Chaos for a single axe, the Leviathan axe, his anger whilst still there was now more measured, he was more reflective, thoughtful and as a character, he was far more complex than ever before.

The setting, the mythology, the monsters, the locations, the dialogue, the weapons, the RPG Role-playing-Game elements and expanded gameplay, Kratos and then, this time, the cutscenes, the storytelling and the emotions that the game evokes in the player too. Yes, the visceral violence that is synonymous with the franchise is still there but then there is added depth too. Well, after finishing the book I have to admit that Barlog has done a damn fine job with the God of War novelization and he brings the game to life in the form of a tremendous book.

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Obviously, the book tells the same story as in the game. Along with the main story, there is a whole plethora of other content available with plenty of lore and a variety of side quests to discover throughout the world. As such, the book is far more linear in its approach focusing solely on the main story and missing out the lore and side quests.

Had he written about everything else that is included in the actual game then the book would have been double the size in length and probably well over pages. Instead, what we get is a streamlined narrative featuring the major points of the main story that manages to keep the core of the game intact and works well. It is a long and arduous trek to the highest mountain peak spanning various realms with plenty of obstacles along the way and many battles against a variety of foes including Trolls, Hel-walkers, Draugr, Ogres, Elves, Wulver, a Dragon, demi-gods and a god to overcome.

Kratos and Atreus are both consumed by grief by the loss of Faye. They are in turmoil and the loss is a wound that is raw and still bleeds.

Kratos pursues Alrik on a captured roc, knowing that although his men will be taken to the Underworld, they will be honored in Sparta for their sacrifices. Alrik and Kratos battle, during which, the waterskin containing the Ambrosia is punctured, spraying both men.

Alrik critically wounds the Spartan, who is subsequently healed thanks to the Ambrosia. Having also been covered with the Ambrosia, Alrik is revived only to be killed once again until the Ambrosia is spent.


Kratos then escapes and returns to Sparta with the Ambrosia, saving his daughter, and giving the King of Sparta the rest of the elixir, who then officially awards Kratos the rank of Captain in the Spartan Army.

An outraged Gyges explains that Kratos had thwarted the Giant's plan to use the elixir to resurrect his brothers Briareus and Cottus , and then reclaim the world.

In his fiery battle with Cereyon, Kratos inadvertently burned off Gyges' one hundred arms, and then stole the Ambrosia. Without arms and now unable to reach the Ambrosia, Gyges was forced to wait for Kratos' return.

During the battle, Kratos reveals that he seeks to destroy the elixir to prevent the worshipers of the slain god Ares from resurrecting their master.

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Mike Murphy of Platform Nation stated that although the comic series serves as a good prequel to the video game series, "the story is bogged down by horrible art Despite being written by Marv Wolfman, he said the story does not satisfy fans of the video game series: "I didn't think the story made much sense, and it doesn't contribute to the overall lore of the universe; it just seems to be setting Kratos up for another fetch-quest.

That right there is a premise to a whole new God of War game.

They said it is very murky and washed out with black. Although there is some realism in the art, it does not match the art of the games. They also noted a mistake with the flashback scenes, as in these scenes, it shows Kratos with his ash-white skin, but this complexion did not occur until after he slayed his family.

They did praise it for being gory like the games, and said "While the art may be iffy, it does have an excellent atmosphere of darkness and constant betrayal. Heroes World Blog.

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Archived from the original on November 20, Retrieved September 17, Book Category. Instead, the series moved on, forward in time to a new Norse setting and something strange happened to Kratos.

He stated the final script was a combination of his ideas and Santa Monica's character-appropriate dialog. Kratos, however, was forced to reverse his decision when Persephone used the Titan Atlas in a bid to destroy the world and in turn, the spirit of Calliope.

A Call from the Wilds God of War The following chapters contain information on how to reach the hidden bosses in God of War, you can read descriptions of all the Labours, learn how to find all treasure maps, discover secrets of the two hidden realms - Niflheim and Muspelheim and read the walkthrough that will help you find and defeat all Valkyries. Encouraged by Gaia, Kratos used the power of the Fates to retrieve the Titans before their defeat in the Great War, and with their assistance, stormed Mount Olympus.

In a selfless act, Kratos refused, stated his need for vengeance was gone and impaled himself with the Blade of Olympus, which dispersed the power across the world for mankind's use.

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