Secret Avengers #1

    Secret Avengers » Secret Avengers #1 - Save the Empire Part One of Two released by Marvel on May 2014.

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    The all-new Secret Avengers are ready to get started. Are they going to be the world’s most effective secret squad? Or will their personal issues tear them apart? U-DECIDE! Three missions kick off at the same time: one in the space, one on the ground...and one in the air. And no one’s ready. Except for the attackers. Russian spa. Helicarrier. Space station. Falling satellites. A hired hitman with nothing to lose. The Fury. WAIT. Yes. THE FURY. Why is Hawkeye still around? And why are these people chasing him? Why are Black Widow and Spider Woman in a Russian spa? Do questions in teasers excite you? RUN THE MISSION, DON’T GET SEEN, SAVE THE WORLD. NOW!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverTradd Moore & Matthew Wilson1
    VarVariant CoverMike Deodato, Jr. & Frank Martin Jr.2
    VarMarvel Animals Variant CoverKatie Cook3


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    loved it. 0

    Great balance of action, story, characterization, liked the seemingly crazy teammember combo, and the humor was great to top it off. Artwork fit the tone too. Been told it has similarities to the hawkeye comic, I guess I need to read that one now. Speaking of hawkeye, lolz at him ending up on a team with two ex-girlfriends on it....

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    A Copy-Cat, And A Disappointing One At That 0

    I was rather hesitant after the muddled history of the series that preceded this one, not really providing a solid payout for everything that happened, and constantly adding characters that got little to no time in the spotlight. But I liked the espionage tone and the ideas it had going for it before the creative team went out of wack. This following series, however, penned by the same guy who ended the last one, Ales Kot, drops all of that and instead tries to copy a series that is exponentiall...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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