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INFINITY TIE-IN! new ongoing series!

FROM THE BATTLEFIELDS OF INFINITY COMES THE MIGHTY AVENGERS!

The Avengers are light-years away in space, contending with the Builders! Thanos' marauders ransack the Earth, doing as they please! Who will stand in defense of mankind?

Luke Cage! The Superior Spider-Man! Spectrum! The White Tiger! Power Man! And a mysterious figure in an ill-fitting Spider-Man Halloween costume! These unlikely heroes must assemble when no one else can-against the unrelenting attack of Proxima Midnight!

Note: The Lego variant for this issue is a homage to The Amazing Spider-Man #12.

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A World Without Avengers 0

This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).I wasn't originally planning on getting this series, as although I am happy to see Luke Cage back in a major comic book series, I couldn't fit it into my budget. I have however since been able to get the first couple of issues and hope to get the series at least during Infinity, but probably won't be getting the series on the release date.PlotLuke Cage has been working with the Heroes for Hire, but when Thanos' army attack...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Set Plunder Rays to Fun! 0

First the bad... Hmm. Okay, okay. I'm out. I am usually not a huge fan of Greg Land's computer-drafted art style, but it seems like this issue contained more of his genuine pencils as that there were a lot of people in masks and the unparalleled likeness of Thanos. Al Ewing is no J.R., but his writing this time around struck gold, not oil (see what I did there? Dallas, anyone?). Now, here are some things I'd like to point out that don't usually get addressed in reviews... Colorist Frank D'Armata...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A Strong First Entry 0

Luke Cage has always struck me as an awesome character. Maybe because we share a name; maybe it's that, despite his powers, he's largely human, both physically and emotionally; maybe it's that he's a character that evolves rather than stagnates. Or maybe it's just that he fills the open void of African American super heroes. But, whatever the reason, I've always found him to be a stand-out figure. So, when I heard that there would be a comic starring him and a large cast of what appeared to be g...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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