arkhamc1tizen's Uncanny Avengers #9 review

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    Uncanny Awesome more like.

    I loved this issue from beginning to end, with the Apocalypse twins plan beginning to unfold as they raise the four horsemen of death and dispute starts between the team.

    The Good

    The issue starts with a dream of Logan's, it involves a brief appearance form Archangel and the abbaca version of Evan, it was very nice to see appearances from "dead" characters and even better to see that wolverine is still getting over Daken's death and blames himself for not taking a different course of action.

    Rick Remender's writing is as all ways top notch in every way, from jokes to conflict, he really knows how to balance the team and make it feel like they all have role to play.

    It was nice to see a bit of banter between Beast and Wonder Man, even having a small appearance form Beast was nice, and the jokes and friendly jabs at each other, between wolverine and Wonder Man, was nice and funny as well.

    Seeing the two different sides when the team splits in half is very nice to see, it is mainly X-men vs. Avengers but when Thor goes with Logan and the X-men was nice to see.

    The four Horsemen of Death's costumes were very nice to see and looking forward to seeing conflict between the two teams.

    The Bad

    Sometimes Daniel Acuna's art can be a bit vague and scratchy.


    It was a great issue and looking forward to the next one.

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