Rage of Angels last edited by aphillips17 on 08/04/20 09:06PM View full history

After a racial hate crime, Rage goes on record and makes a few public comments that make Captain America squirm. Adding to the controversy? The Sons of the Serpent demand blood from Rage and the New Warriors!

The Sons of the Serpent are back, but before the Avengers can do anything, the New Warriors arrive to the scene. Tensions become high between the Avengers and the New Warriors.

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Reading this issue was very coincidentially with an article posted recently in the Comicvine talking about the subject of comic books having more material of social content, what was very frequent back in the 70ies and 80ies. Technically this issue is from the early 90ies but nonetheless it has a very deep and profound social theme within it: racial prejudice. I remember about that kid back in Los Angeles, named Rodney King, who in the year 92 was brutally assaulted by the police and it was vide...

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