Avengers Academy #11

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #11 - Growing Up released by Marvel on May 1, 2011.

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    The return of the Wasp? The return of Korvac? It’s two book-shaking issues in one month – and issue #12 guest-stars the Avengers! First it’s a “day in the life” of the students, with special guest instructors Protector and Dr. Strange! Then Thor, Steve Rogers, Iron Man and more assemble as one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ most powerful villains storms the school as Korvac comes back! Enroll in AVENGERS ACADEMY now and find out why calls it “one of my favorite new series to come along in a while.


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    3.9 stars

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    Some People Don't Learn 0

    Since the first issue of Avengers Academy it has been about choices.  Learning to make good ones and recognize the bad and learn from your mistakes.  To prevent this new generation of Avengers from becoming tomorrows monsters they have been given special attention and time and time again we are reminded why.  Some of them have issues with it comes to making good choices.  Half the time they make horrible horrible choices that prove just how much they have to learn.  This issue is no different.  ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    How did everybody get there ? 0

    Issue #11 of Avengers Academy.  The Story: Veil decides to bring back the Wasp in order to help Pym but instead Carina Walters is brought back,Korvac comes in to get his wife back and the Avengers and New Avengers come in to fight him.Then Carina says to help stop Korvac she gives the Acedemy the bodies of there future selves to fight him.  The Good: The fight against Korvac is really good and him duking it out with Thor is simply epic.All the backstory given by Carina was helpful.Im interested ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Oh Wow! 0

    Cover:    Great cover.  I really like the colors.  My only complaint is that Thor looks a little feminine.  But it's a really good cover.  The Good:   The art, the colors (there's a lot of pink due to Korvac's presence, but it actually makes the pages stand out.), the action.  Some of the panels where Korvac is fighting the heroes are awesome, and it gives you this feeling that you are actually watching a pretty epic battle.  I am a huge fan of those!  Also, we left off with the teaser that Jane...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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