Avengers: The Children's Crusade #8

    Avengers: The Children's Crusade » Avengers: The Children's Crusade #8 released by Marvel on January 1, 2012.

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    THE DEATH OF AN AVENGER. The Young Avengers find themselves on the wrong side of the Scarlet Witch's reality-altering powers in their final battle against the combined forces of THE AVENGERS and THE X-MEN. In this penultimate issue of the epic maxi-series, the Young Avengers have no one to turn to except each other as they are forced to fight their lifelong heroes, to the death. Find out who lives and who dies.


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    Parent's Sacrifice 0

    IT’S BACK, IT’S BACK, IT’S BACK! I just can’t say it enough because I love this series so much and it pains me that, after waiting for these issues to come out for so long, it’s almost over. Where to even much happens in this storyline that each and every issue is PACKED with incredible-ness! I’ve read some online boards where people say this book is too drawn out and too much going on at once. Well to those people I say HA! What are you talking about? If it had 4 issues and came out ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Avengers: The Children Crusade # 8 of 9 0

    Just recently this series has been updated instead happening after "Siege" story arc this story takes place after "Fear Itself" storyline. However it still works for me. So we have Doctor Doom with the altering reality powers that Scarlet Witch once had. This story plays out the way it should, very nice. The art work is great, the story flows we ease and great emotion spoken out the characters with great art and writing. This series has been classic so far. When this series comes out on trade I ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Manga-Doom! 0

    Last issue Doom ended up with Scarlett Witch's reality altering powers. In this issue he uses it to turn himself into a Shojo character. Seriously, all I could think about for the first few pages with his shiny face were those girly-looking guys in anime/manga who are all sparkly. It was a bit distracting.Anyway, this issue is half - "is wanda really that bad? Hasn't every super hero had a bad day where they killed someone?" and half awesome Doom-fight.In this issue Doom claims to be the real pe...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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