Avengers Academy #16

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #16 - Fear Itself, Chapter 2: A God-Awful Small Affair released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    The Academy teachers must battle not one, but two hammer-wielders at the same time! Meanwhile, the horrors of war take their toll on the students, as one of them is pushed ever further towards a life-changing decision! Don't miss the shocking events that will rock the book that calls “the under-appreciated gem of the Avengers franchise."



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    They might be giants. No wait, they are giants ! 0

    Review of Avengers Academy #16.  The Story: HANK PYM VS VAGUE EVEN MORE SUPERPOWERED ABSORBING MAN IN DUBAI. THIS SUNDAY. BE THERE !  The Good: In this issue I really felt for Pym, trying to stop Creel and not destroy the city or kill any more innocent people. Also him trying to figure out how to defeat him without taking him to the Microverse so Creel won't destroy it. But the way he incapacitate Creel and Titania is clever. But my favorite part of this issue is at the end where Veil save's the...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Fear keeps growing! 0

    Avengers Academy #16 I know that everyone has probably seen the image of hazmat, mettle, finesse, and two new students! I just wanna say I cannot wait to see that unfold and that was personally my favorite piece of news from Marvel's Next Big thing! I'm excited to see why Striker, Reptil, and Veil aren't students anymore. Ok so this issue is just a continuation of Avengers Academy caught in Fear itself. Hank, Justice, and Quick Silver are fighting against Absorbing Man and Titania while the stud...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Fantastic Second Half 0

    For the second issue in a row, Christos Gage magnificently depicts the hardship that is having to make life-or-death calls to defend civilians when you are a superhero.   This situation has come of many, MANY times over the years, but I have never seen it handled so effectively and so heart-breakingly as I have here, with these heroes in training having no choice but to kill some of Sin's minions in order to stop them from firing on innocent civilians.  In the previous issue, I wasn't entirely s...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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