Marvel’s Secret Wars event has allowed for a lot of creativity and, dare I say, freedom in the story-telling associated with the event. Tie-ins starring Zombies, 5 different Ghost Riders, and even an entire police force made up of every imaginable Thor are only a few examples of this piecemealed patchwork planet turned painted paper-panel playwrights’ playground, and Marvel is truly giving longtime fans a treat. With so many tie-ins, however, there’s bound to be one or two that simply overdo the premise. It’s cool to bring different parts of the Marvel U and smash them together for something awesome, but sometimes things just don’t work. 1602 Witch Hunter Angela #1 is this in a nutshell. While the ish is delivered well, it fails to feel fully important to fans of 1602 as a universe or Angela as a character.