The Mighty Avengers #36

    The Mighty Avengers » The Mighty Avengers #36 - WWJVDD (What Would Janet Van Dyne Do?) released by Marvel on June 1, 2010.

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    Review: Mighty Avengers #36 0

    The Wasp handles some absurd family drama in Pym space with the new Ultron Pym and a billion duplicate Jocastas.   THE GOOD   The Oedipal drama inherent in the Pym "family" has been explored in depth over the decades, but Slott finds an interesting angle on it by making Jocasta sweet on her "grandfather" and integrating Pym's status as "scientist supreme" into this. The scene where he officiates a robot wedding was particularly clever. Though I had some issue's with Pha...

    5 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Mighty Avengers Assemble! 0

    The theme for this week (and last week) seems to be endings. Endings to books, creative team runs, arcs, storylines, and that's the case for "Mighty Avengers" #36. Ever since the end of "Secret Invasion," Dan Slott's group of C-List Avengers has been my favorite of the Avengers titles, and it's sad to see it go. On that bittersweet note...THE GOOD:- Where else can I start but Hank Pym? As I've been saying, Slott nails it with Pym. A Slott-penned monthly would be great for Pym. I'm hoping other w...

    8 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Mighty Avengers Won't Be Missed 0

    Honestly, I'm glad this is over now.  Dan Slott's run began with a lot of promise. We had an exciting new incarnation of Hank Pym, which was ripe with potential to explore his screwed up nature while still treating him like a genius hero. We also had a unique cast for an Avengers team with the possibility for a lot of interactions we'd never seen before. It's a shame absolutely none of that panned out. The interesting new take on Pym quickly gave way to the Scientist Supreme and excessive page-t...

    3 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Ultron Pym. 0

    If you've been reading The Mighty Avengers from the begining than I really see no reason to miss this book.  Ultron makes his final attempt for this story arc to destroy his "father" and set himself up as the heir to Pym's legacy so to speak.  But this series has proven one thing, that Hank Pym always tries to stay one step ahead of his enemy, and you see that here.  Ultron's army of "brides" Pym manages to subvert back into just useless piles of metal basically.   And yes this story ends with a...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Oh... the Underverse 0

     Mighty Avengers #36Wow! This issue blew me away. A lot of things finally come to fruition in this last Mighty Avengers book. Again with the lack of true sequencing to the Siege crossover there are spoilers within this book that may upset some people. The payoff for reading this title came through solidly though. I don’t know if anybody will ever write Hank Pym, Scientist Supreme as well as Slott has. The art in this book is also astonishing. Pham did an excellent job capturing the vastnes...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.

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