Avengers Academy #19

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #19 - Things Fall Apart released by Marvel on November 1, 2011.

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    "Things Fall Apart"

    *Fear Itself tie-in! The students of Avengers Academy are trapped within their school, stalked by The Worthy! Their only hope against such awesome power is to destroy the Infinite Mansion...but unless they can find a way out, they'll die with it! Experience the year’s biggest event through the series that calls “a fantastic addition to Marvel’s canon, and one worthy of the name Avengers.”



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    Schools Out For Summer 0

    The best issue of this entire series to date! When this series first started, it was in a tie with Secret Avengers as my most my likely to get dropped comic series. The kids were weird, and sometimes a little boring, and the staff just seemed like a bunch of Avengers and New Warriors castoffs that Marvel had no place for. If not for Justice, Speedball and Hank Pym I would have probably stopped buying this before it even had a chance to take off. But take off it did!!I have watched these kids rea...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Mandatory suicide. 0

    Review for Avengers Academy #19.  The Story: The AA decides to blow up the Infinite Mansion to stop Creel and Titania.  The Good: Gage does a very good at making me wonder who will make the ultimate sacrifice but ti has a draw back. Also there were nice moments between Ken and Jen and showing they care for each other as a couple. Also the intereaction between Humberto and Jeanne was also nice. It's always fun to have Pietro in the series and having the teachers save the day was also a cool momen...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Facing gods alone 0

    So the kids who were supposed to be on observation by the other heroes, in order to prevent them from becoming the next generation of villains (mostly because of all the wacko and cruel stuff that Osborn put them up to) arise from another great trial, perhaps the bigger in their still early career as super heroes, but Gage manages to spice things up a little with a home made ingredient that never fails: a break up and the roster change in the horizon. I really believe that the best thing about t...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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