Avengers #2

    Avengers » Avengers #2 - We Were Avengers released by Marvel on February 2013.

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    We Were Avengers last edited by The_Kidd on 02/04/23 12:16AM View full history

    The Avengers “go large,” expanding their roster and their sphere of influence to a global and even interplanetary level. When Captain America puts out his call – who will answer?


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    3.7 stars

    Average score of 9 user reviews

    Expansion 0

    This series started off very good, with a brilliant first issue, but unfortunately this issue isn't has good as the first. Jonathan Hickman has however done a decent job of introducing his sci-fi style to this series, and I expect that this slower issue will have a purpose later in the series.PlotThis issue sees most of the Avengers trapped on Mars at the mercy of Ex Nihilo. The issue also shows how Captain America and Iron Man discuss expanding the Avengers, and that other superheroes, and past...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Drop in quality. 0

    I really liked the first issue of this series it had a lot of potential and it was a lot of fun so I hoped we would see a little more and it would continue this quality. I hope this series continues its high quality even though it ships two weekly.PlotIron Man and Captain America start to gather the Avengers and they discuss who to ask to join the team. The Avengers are being held hostage on Mars and Abyss examines Thor saying he is a god Ex Nihilo then tells Thor his story of creation. Ex Nihil...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Avengers Machine 0

    Jerome Opena, once again, delivers STUNNING artwork. Seriously, putting Opena on this big name series was the right choice because he's definitely one of the best artists Marvel has. The colors are so uniquely smooth and subtle, they REALLY help evoke the truly cosmic level epic tone the series is trying to set.Ex Nihilo, despite my frustrations at his admittedly awesome name, is quite the intriguing villain. He actually appears to be the most sane of his group, even as he boasts about godhood a...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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