Avengers Academy #9

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #9 - Teach Your Children released by Marvel on April 1, 2011.

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     Guest-starring Taskmaster! As the fallout from Tigra's shocking act last issue rocks the Academy, Finesse goes in search of the man who could be her father...the character readers have demanded since issue #1...Taskmaster! Be here for the explosive reunion in the book that calls “the best Avenger book on the market.”



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    Hidden Feelings and Lost Memories 0

    Gage is constantly surprising me with his excellent, incomparable and superior dialogues, the way he extracts the essence of each character and boils them down making the sum of them an amazing and intricated plot is spectacular. This was perhaps the best issue of Avengers Academy, because it´s a balance display of amazing dialogues, excellent aproach of mature themes (like is it ethical getting revenger or enjoying beating up a bad guy), great action (the battle between Taskmaster and Finesse i...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    YAY TASKY ! 0

    Avengers Academy #9.  The Story: Finesse and Quicksilver finds Taskmaster's most recent hideout and there is a fight.And the faith of if Stryker,Veil and Hazmat is revealed. (SPOILERS THEY STAY!!!!!!!!!).  The Good: Cage writes and excellent Taskmaster and the fight between him and Finesse is AWESOME.Also Cage does a great Quicksilver,he's really snarky and sarcastic and I love sarcastic characters since I use sarcasm in real life way to much,hell give me a Pietro mini-series by Cage and I will ...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Teach Your Children 0

    Finesse faces off against Taskmaster.   The Good: There's just something about this title that really drew me into issue #1. I still think that Gage has done a terrific job on each issue, but it hasn't been feeling as great as the first issue felt. However, this issue really shines in parts. Pietro has always been an interesting character for me, and I am so happy that he is included in this title. I was so excited once the Brotherhood of Evil, and Finesse's discovery, was mentioned, but since t...

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