Young Allies #1

    Young Allies » Young Allies #1 - Now, Not Tommorow Part 1: No Turning Back released by Marvel on August 2010.

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    Now, Not Tommorow Part 1: No Turning Back last edited by aphillips17 on 08/09/23 01:20AM View full history

    The patriotic girl without a world in need of a home. The insecure newbie striving to be a better super hero. The illegal immigrant with a tortured past and a dream. The disillusioned Midwesterner desperate for direction. The veteran team player given a second lease on life. Five heroes against tyranny in all its forms. Five students pushing to make the grade. Five friends together on the road to adulthood. They are NOMAD, ARAÑA, TORO, GRAVITY and FIRESTAR - the YOUNG ALLIES! But even their combined might may not be enough to take on the team of teen terrors known as the BASTARDS OF EVIL!



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    Young Allies meet the Bastards of Evil 0

    Cover I love the cover because it continues in the back of the issue too and shows the whole young ally team. Story The story starts out with the origin of Toro. He was captured by the government to become a super solider and he was picked to have the serum. Nomad and Arana are introduced and they are fighting guys and know each other’s secret identity and also go to the same high school. Firestar and Gravity go to the same graduate school but, do not know each other yet. There is an explosion....

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    Review: Young Allies #1 0

    After the events of Marvel’s Siege event, loads of new books are coming out of the woodwork to herald the new “Heroic Age.” One such title debuted this week Young Allies which tries to fill part of the void that began with the ending of the short-lived Young Avengers and Young X-men series. Young Allies begins with the origin of Toro, a new hero in the current Marvel universe, but a familiar face to those who read the Heroes Reborn event in 1997. The other heroes in the Young Allies’ lineup incl...

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    Missing Marvel Link 0

    This could be possibly be what Marvel Comics is missing with the absence of the New Warriors and lack of a regular Spider-Girl or Young Avengers series. Sean McKeever and David Baldeon inject a little youth in the Marvelverse with realistic characterization of five young adults and supporting cast. A solid foundation is built for our heroes to form a team of their own and I'm excited to see where things go for the Young Allies. Their first battle proves to be against the B@stards of Evil, who at...

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