Avengers #10

    Avengers » Avengers #10 - Absolute Power released by Marvel on April 1, 2011.

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    The Infinity Gauntlet is back! And no power on the Earth can stop it! It is sentences like these that made Stan Lee invent the phrase: ‘Nuff Said!! Another pulse-pounding, Earth-shattering chapter from Marvel’s blockbuster super-team of Bendis and Romita Jr!

    Note: this issue actually contains a full reprint of Heroes for Hire (2011) #1 instead of the Oral History feature.


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    Review: Avengers #10 0

    The Hood's Infinity Quest nets him another gem while the Avengers look liable to split up on their own.  The Good Few mainstream writers can involve you in superhero action as viscerally as Bendis can. While some characters do end up sounding cattier than they probably should, there are definitely plenty of moments in this that feel very real even when the circumstances are outrageously outlandish. Rulk, Namor and Thor's deep sea dive felt especially cinematic, too.The Bad The characterization...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    A Solid But Not Impressive Middle Chapter 0

    The Illuminati and the three assembled Avengers teams retrieve the remaining Infinity Gems in this issue, which suffers a little from being a middle chapter of this story arc where it is just going through the motions of the plot.  It is interesting to see how the individual members of the Illuminati chose to secure their respective gems. Namor's solution is an obvious but good one. It fits with his character that he would hide his gem in such a way. However, Iron Man and Xavier's solutions real...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Gathering the Gems 0

    I think the idea of bringing the Hood as a major player, after all these years that he´d caused trouble, especially to the New Avengers, is a logical thing, Bendis is trying to use the character as best as he can, but I don´t like the character at all and that balances the fact that I like the Infinity Gems and the Illuminati a lot, making this arc story interesting, not great, but not bad too, just reason enough for me to pick up this book. Other interesting feat about this issue is the reunion...

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