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The Premier Tie-In To Avengers Vs. X-Men! - All-Out Action Featuring Cover To Cover Battles, Each Issue Expanding On Fights From The Main Avx Book In Ways You Can't Imagine! - This Issue: Iron Man Vs. Magneto And Thing Vs. Namor!

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Black Widow, Captain America, Colossus, Cyclops, Emma Frost, Storm and Thor appear only on cover.

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AvX Fun Fact: This is a bad series 0

I still don't understand why this series even exists. All these fights could be showcased in the ongoing titles, since it looks like they are currently being used as filler -just look at Avengers and New Avengers #25. The art was nice, though; I particularly liked Adam Kubert's. Other than that, this is a waste of money.Please check my mini-review of VS #1 here:http://bit.ly/IALjYdComments and feedback are always welcome!...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Bit of a let down. 0

This is the first issue of the six issue limited series Avx showing some of the fights the main series missed out. This shows the fight between Iron man and Magneto and Thing vs Namor.The cover was okay but I would have preffered if it showed the actual fights going on in this issue but I did like the artwork. The story for Iron man vs Magneto starts of well but the end is a bit of a let down and one of the things Iron man says is a bit off his character. The second story is better but I would h...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Chess to Boxing 0

The Avengers and the X-men are in the heat of battle, fighting for the right to keep The Mutant Messiah. With two very large teams going at it, this series was made to focus on individual battles that are happening on Utopia.PlusThis issue doesn't really have a plot as it highlights match-ups from two very prominent teams. For comics like these, you tend to heavily focus on the artwork and I must say that the team of artists for this issue gave us justice with their brilliant drawing.The Avenger...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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