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The Avengers have assembled and the villainous Kang has revealed that they must travel to the future to save their own children from destroying the universe! Yes, the entire universe. But it will take one more Avenger to make the trip complete. Who is the newest hero to join the ranks of the Avengers true? And why is the once-great hero Wonder Man hell-bent on stopping the Avengers at every turn? Backup feature: Another brand new oral history of the Avengers chapter by Bendis!

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJohn Romita Jr.1
2ndSecond Printing CoverJohn Romita Jr.2
VarVariant CoverJohn Romita Jr.3
VarIron Man By Design CoverUnknown4


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A glimpse of the Future 0

Cover The cover is not good at all. Even though the concept of seeing Wonderman and not knowing in till you read the story it is Wonderman. Story The Avengers find Marvel Boy and need his help to go to the future. He agrees to help. Tony and Marvel Boy are building the Machine to see the future. It is ready and they see four worlds that could happen. One world is broken because The Avengers children killed Kang. Then Wonderman said that he never wanted them to be Avengers and starts attacking t...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.


Issue 2 in this new Avengers series didn't impress me much. I really loved the first issue, but something about this issue just didn't feel right with me. I have to say that the story by Brian Bendis was pretty good, i actually like where he's taking this series so far. The art on the other hand... What can i say, the art just looked rushed, and the characters were just badly drawn. I've always liked John Romita Jr's art, but now it seems that his style is devolving. I mean his art in Amazing Sp...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

I don't know what you people are smoking... 0

...but John Romita Jr is a good comic book artist.  Hate all you want, the man has drawn a ton of comics over the years, and most of them are pretty easy on the eyes.  Perhaps what some people don't like about him is the fact that his art is not part of the seemingly new movement of a 'realistic' or 'cinematic' approach; his is a distinct old-school style.  He's drawn most of these characters in their solo books, and it's a real treat to see them all together here 'under his pen,' so to speak.  ...

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