Avengers #12

    Avengers » Avengers #12 - Who Will Wield the Gauntlet? released by Marvel on June 1, 2011.

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    The startling conclusion to the Infinity Gauntlet arc takes the Avengers into the heart of the cosmic universe and reveals an all-new cosmic entity. Who will wield the Gauntlet and what price will they pay for choosing to do so? Also, Iron Man has betrayed the team and will now have to pay the price!! Another blockbuster chapter of Marvel's number one ongoing series by Bendis and Romita!! PLUS: Another chapter of the oral history of the Avengers!


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    3.6 stars

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    To Infinity And... We'll Stop Here. Here's Good. 0

    For the second time in a row, Brian Michael Bendis brings a struggling story arc to a strong conclusion as the Avengers prevent the Hood's rise to omnipotence.This story arc has had its fair share of problems. It got off to a terrible start with some ridiculous plot convenience enabling the Hood and Red Hulk. Later explanations made the Hood's role more believable, but nothing ever salvaged Red Hulk's poor introduction. The strained dynamic between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers became the backbone...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Play the game: who has the Gem? 0

    There´re good things to be learned from this arc story and the most important one is that the Infinity Gems deserve a new mini series of their own, not especifically about Marvel heroes, but something from the past, it would be so interesting seeing a story about a war of older beings trying ot control the 6 Gems. Even if it´s not a mini material, this was a good arc story, proving that the Infinity Gems and the Illuminati are great concepts. The conclusion here didn´t disapointed me, it happene...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    To Infinity and Beyond 0

    AWESOME!  I mean really what else does a book need to be awesome???  We have inner turmoil, old storylines made new and cool again, old plot threads and slightly newer plot threads weaving together, and last but not least *SPOILER ALERT* sanctimonious egomaniacs, like for example Steve Rogers, are forced to admit they DON'T know whats best!  Honestly though, this issue was amazing.  Lets go through my list I just made shall we?  First and probably most important, we finally see the tension betwe...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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