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    Avengers #24

    Avengers » Avengers #24 - .NOW Rogue Planet Part 1 released by Marvel on March 2014.

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    "ROGUE PLANET" - Part 1 of 5

    Captain America and Iron Man plan for the next version of the Avengers.

    A runaway planet is on a collision course with Earth.

    A visitor from the future helps save the day.

    AVENGERS #24.NOW = AVENGERS #1 IN ALL-NEW MARVEL NOW!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverEsad Ribic1
    VarVariant CoverAgustin Alessio3
    VarDeadpool Variant CoverCarlo Barberi4
    VarMeow Variant CoverDavid Petersen5
    VarACX 1 Variant CoverMike Deodato6
    VarACX 2 Variant CoverLee Garbett7
    VarACX 3 Variant CoverChristopher8
    VarACX 4 Variant CoverWalter Simonson9
    VarACX 5 Variant CoverDaniel Acuna10
    VarXCA 1 Variant CoverTom Scioli11
    VarVariant CoverSimone Bianchi12
    VarXCA 2 Variant CoverArt Adams13
    VarXCA 3 Variant CoverCarlo Barberi14
    VarXCA 4 Variant CoverMatt Allred & Laura Allred15
    VarXCA 5 Variant CoverKristafer Anka16
    VarBlank CoverNone17
    SketchSketch CoverSimone BianchiMissing
    RERetailer Exclusive Cover - Midtown ComicsJ. Scott Campbell2

    Note: 024.NOW shows as the numbering on the cover but for the indicia there is a space "24 .NOW" marking .NOW as a branding instead of numbering so this page will reflect that by using #24. No other issue #24's have been solicited.

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    4.3 stars

    Average score of 3 user reviews

    Rogue Planet is off to a good start. 0

    I love everything that Hickman has done at Marvel. The scope and scale of the stories and the world building he does always makes me excited for the ride I am in for.After ending Infinity and setting up for another story this issue feels like a nice break but with still enough action and suspense to make the read worth it. I was neither bored nor overly nervous about what was going on.I am familiar with the cast and had no issue identifying who everyone was. I don't understand why people would ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Pies, Relaxation and Rogue Planets...Oh My... 0

    In one of the most shocking events of the year in comics, this issue opens up.....with the Avengers RELAXING. The party doesn't last as a visitor from the future brings Earth's Mightiest Heroes a dire message of impending doom.The Good:All jokes aside, its always good to see the lighthearted side of the team even if its very brief. There's some great comedy from Thor here that revolves around the prowess of his Asgardian grilling skills. We also see further evidence of his culinary skills as we ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Avengers #24 Rating 0

    See the Review Rating Overview page on my blog for more information on how I rate each comic.Cover & Solicit - 4/5Art, Colors & Inking - 5/5 - Weighted DoubleLayout & Flow - 5/5Story - 5/5 - Weighted TripleVerdict - 4.9 (10/10)- For additional ratings and previews of this issue, visit my blog at Images Unplugged....

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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