Avengers: Prime #5

    Avengers: Prime » Avengers: Prime #5 - Brothers in Arms released by Marvel on March 1, 2011.

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    The blockbuster Avengers series that brings the holy trinity of Avengers brotherhood together comes to a whopper of a conclusion as Captain America, Iron Man and Thor team up for the first time in years to bring down the Hela, goddess of death, who threatens the existence of the whole of the Nine Realms! From Avengers writer Brian Bendis and comics legend Alan Davis!


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    Building a Friendship Back 0

    I guess this miniseries wasn´t about Hela and her plots or how to save Asgard and the Nine Worlds, but it was about fixing old mistakes and giving the Three "Amigos" a chance to bond again and see for themselves if they were able to forgive and start over again. No matter how much I disliked the plot, the rants, the bad dialogues, the fruitless action, the repetition of ideas, Bendis delivered what was expected: in the end Steve, Tony and Thor are friends again. The best thing in this issue was ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Avengers Prime 0

    Three of Earth's Mightiest Heroes find themselves in unexpected trouble; lost in Yggdrasil.  This 5 Issue mini-series by a team of developed creators definitely satisfies.     Story After the fall of Asgard, Steve Rogers, Iron man, and Thor are teleported through damaged Asgardian gates into a strange norse realm. They awake lost and separated, and find reuniting to be no easy task. The heroes must find their way home, but not without battling against some of Asgards most able enemies. Thou...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Hela Sure Does Get Around Lately 0

    The reunion of the Avengers' Big Three comes to an end this issue as the trio prevents Hela from remaking the Nine Realms in her own image. It concludes a good adventure story that is diminished a little by being one of a few Hela-centric stories lately, and ultimately, the series as a whole comes up short on living up to its hyped premise.  There is no doubt that the Big Three improvising their way through the chaotic Nine Realms has been a fun ride, especially seeing Tony Stark and Steve Roger...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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