Avengers Academy #24

    Avengers Academy » Avengers Academy #24 - Family released by Marvel on March 1, 2012.

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    X-23 and the all-new White Tiger go wild…but why?

    Who is the killer hiding amidst the newly expanded student body and their new campus?

    Welcome new artist Tom Grummett (INCREDIBLE HULKS)!


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    If he was that great then why is he dead ? 0

    This issue is a step up of the previous issue because it's focusing on the Reptil story more but White Tiger is taking away my enjoyment.As I mentioned above Reptil's recent reveal of the mind of his future self in his younger self body in order to shape the future is something I am intrigued by and does offer some interesting possibilities but Gage doesn't deliver. So Reptil is helping this alien to feed off various students that wont be missed or aren't important to his big plan. I have 2 prob...

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    Avengers Academy # 24 0

    More on the new recruit as he seems to be making a first class impression for all the other students to fear him or want to kill him. The campus creature is a good villain in this book. I think readers will find him likeable. We get some more origin on some of the new recruits. White Tiger is a hot Latina female that takes after her brother. What I like about this character is that she has a good origin. I think she will be another reason why to buy this book. Reptil is the lead role throughout ...

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