Avengers Academy #7

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #7 - Always on My Mind released by Marvel on February 2011.

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    Always on My Mind last edited by pikahyper on 06/25/18 06:39PM View full history

    This is it: The BIG return of Giant-Man! Founding Avenger Hank Pym has been a scientist, a hero, a disgrace, a convict, and -- after a long road of redemption -- he's the headmaster of Avengers Academy. But now, at long last, Pym returns to his greatest role...that's right, Giant-Man returns in this historic issue! But even with his students at his side, can he stand up to one of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe, a man who can become every bit as gigantic as he is? Find out in the latest chapter of the series that hails as “a fine addition to the Heroic Age.”


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    It can melt the snow 0

    Written by Christos Gage and drawn by Tom Raney, issue #7 of Avengers Academy delivers 22 pages full of fun. I've never thought Raney's art could get me excited but here we are and I'm sort of looking on his work from a different angle now. This comic book has so much joy in it, it's so shiny, the colors are so bright, it just turns you on and you feel this pleasant warmth in your stomach and it's pretty cool. The story itself focuses on Hank Pym's identity struggle and manages to let you dig in...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    And know we look at the teachers. 0

    Issue 7 of Avengers Academy.   The Story :We have character development between Pym and Tygra in the first few pages then the Academy students and the teachers are taking Absorbing Man to anew prison,he breaks out,Pym decides to become Giant-Man to fight him and Veil is attempting to do something in the last few panels on the last page.   The Good :I have rarely seen the Giant-Man costume (only once in the first Hulk Essential) but I really love the Giant-Man costume,it looks really cool to me a...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Review: Avengers Academy #7 0

    Hank Pym abandons the Wasp identity at last and becomes Giant Man once more, just as a brawl with the Absorbing Man forces him to face the loss of Janet van Dyne.  The Good Gage's strength on this series has been in his three-dimensional characterizations that encompass each hero's good and bad traits without efer simplifying them into caricatures. To that end, I appreciated him embracing the volatility of Hank Pym's fractured psyche while still keeping him a fundamentally noble character. Als...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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