Avengers #12.1

    Avengers » Avengers #12.1 - It Came from Outer Space (Knight) ! released by Marvel on June 1, 2011.

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    START READING with this Point One Issue! Prepare for the upcoming high-stakes Avengers event with a battle between the Avengers and the Intelligencia, the return of SWORD, and the dissapearance of Spider-Woman!. Bendis and modern master Bryan Hitch Join forces for this very special, all-new Avengers story that is not only an explosive action-packed self-contained thriller but a prologue to an Avengers saga that will rock the entire Marvel Universe next year. Guest starring the New and Secret Avengers!


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    Why Can't The Rest Of The Series Be More Like This? 0

    The team of Brian Michael Bendis and Bryan Hitch put out the best issue of Avengers yet with this Point One issue. Spider-Woman has been captured by the Intelligencia, and one of the Avengers' worst enemies returns.Bendis pulls in a surprising amount of continuity from other titles into this issue. Not only does it tie into his annoyingly brief Spider-Woman series but Kieron Gillen's S.W.O.R.D. series, the Intelligencia from the Hulk titles and even a little something from Annihilation Conquest....

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    SpaceKnight 0

    Lately I´m not making good reviews about Bendis´writing, mostly because I think that his latest work (both in The Avengers and New Avengers) is boring and a little out of focus, but if this glimpse of the coming Ultron War keep coming with the same quality of dialogues, narrative and the amazing art of Bryan Hitch you can count me in, ´cause it will be a major arc story - I´m talking about the big panel showed in The Avengers # 5 that allegedly displayed Marvel´s next big arc stories (though Fea...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    This is what Avengers should always be 0

    This issue is made for new readers to jump into the series easily, well you know what!? IT WORKS!!! but that's the problem, it works to well and it would be awesome if bendis would reconsider his idea to aim for the trade all the time The GoodEven if most of the avengers weren't in the actual action (it was more like combination of all the three main teams) it was pretty darn fun, Avengers V.S Intelligencia was a good one shot battle and in the end it foreshadows the future of the avengers with ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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