Avengers #1

    Avengers » Avengers #1 - Avengers World released by Marvel on February 2013.

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    Avengers World last edited by AzureSky2099 on 01/10/23 01:01AM View full history

    The greatest heroes in comics together on one unbeatable team! Now shipping twice a month, 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? Big threats, big ideas, big idealism - these are the Avengers NOW!

    Note: The Mark Brooks-cover is an homage to the music video "Gangnam Style" by Psy.


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    4.3 stars

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    Avengers Assemble 0

    The newest Avengers series has finally come out and I was interested to see what a new writer would do with the series. I have never been the biggest fan of Jonathan Hickman's work but have always thought of him as a good writer. He did some amazing things during his time on Fantastic Four and although I only liked some of it, the things I did like were brilliant. I also enjoyed what I read of his The Manhattan Projects series for Image and was sad to have to drop the series after 5 issues due t...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Very strong start. 0

    This is one of the Marvel Now! Series I was most looking forward to since I love the Avengers and Hickman is a great writer this was my most anticipated new launch for December so I hoped it would be good.PlotEx Nihilo terraforms Mars. Iron Man meets with Captain America and they discuss the future of the Avengers and how they need to get bigger. Ex Nihilo continues to make a new world on Mars and a new species to live there. The Avengers land on Mars and attack Ex Nihilo.ReviewThis series from ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    A not so bright start 0

    It's a new day for the Avengers, with new threats, larger widespread danger, but the premise is the same. Jonathan Hickman didn't disapointed me in these first two issues of Marvel's Mightiest Heroes, keeping his sci-fi elements, introducing new villains, binging back characters forgotten, integrating non Avengers franchise characters, imprinting a very good pace, balancing interesting dialogues with the right amount of captions, moving foward the narrative with his indistinctive style of loops,...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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