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The time space continuum is broken! And the Avengers must travel to the far flung future to see exactly what terrible mess their children have made of the world. But maybe, just maybe, Kang didn't tell our heroes the truth about what has gone wrong. Guest starring the Next Avengers, the Future Imperfect Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Girl! Yeah, you heard us! Another blockbuster issue from Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita, Jr.! Plus! Another chapter in the untold oral history of the Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis…!

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John Romita Jr. is killing this book... 0

I want to like Avengers, I REALLY do. The story that Bendis is trying to tell is a good one, and there's some genuinely great moments in this book, like the brief moment of banter between Noh-Varr and Spider-Man. From a storytelling perspective, this book is great, if a little bit cluttered. The problem lies with the ugly, ugly artwork of John Romita Jr. It's like he's not even trying anymore. The first issue was okay, the second issue was bad, and this third issue set new standards for the word...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

The Avengers Have Seen Better Days Than This 0

In this issue, time continues to rupture even further as the Avengers face off against another timeline's Apocalypse and his Horsemen. Plot progression takes a break to make way for an action-packed issue, but both the writing and the art fail to fully deliver.  This is not to say nothing good is to be found here. As usual, Brian Michael Bendis writes a good Tony Stark. The quips may be a little overdone, but Stark remains as cunning and intelligent as ever. It's clear from Stark's reaction to S...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

This series is just getting worse! 0

Story: First off I'd just like to say that the preview theatre voices were stuck in my head throughout the whole issue. The Avengers are fighting Apocalypse and his crew and it seems that the time line is severely messed up. They all keep fighting until Apocalypse and his crew are randomly teleported away. There have been time related disturbance throughout the city. Noh-Varr build the time machine that they need. At the end Killraven appears with a sword. Writing: The reason the story section i...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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