Avengers: Citizen Kang

Avengers: Citizen Kang

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by Roy Thomas, Larry Alexander, Geof Isherwood, Herb Trimpe
     
 

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In the unassuming town of Timely, Wisconsin, the Vision has disappeared, and it's up to the Fantastic Four and the Avengers to save him! But Timely is connected to Kang's city of Chronopolis, which spans the entire history of the Earth and is guarded by the deadliest warrior's of every age, the Anachronauts! Can the Avengers and the Fantastic Four stop battling

Overview

In the unassuming town of Timely, Wisconsin, the Vision has disappeared, and it's up to the Fantastic Four and the Avengers to save him! But Timely is connected to Kang's city of Chronopolis, which spans the entire history of the Earth and is guarded by the deadliest warrior's of every age, the Anachronauts! Can the Avengers and the Fantastic Four stop battling each other long enough to defeat Kang and the conniving Terminatrix? Guest-starring Gilgamesh and Dr. Druid!

Collecting:

Captain America Annual #11, Thor Annual #17, Fantastic Four Annual #25, Avengers Annual #2

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785153016
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
01/26/2011
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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Avengers: Citizen Kang 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
I thought I remembered these single issues from when I was younger but after reading the whole collection together I realized that what I remembered were just the covers. Marvel did this type of story many times during the 90s. The idea of connecting several annuals into one big story. Here we’re given a head-scratching story involving Kang. Kang stories can always confuse because of the constant time paradoxes but this was is particularly confusing. The dialogue is what you’d expect from the time period and the art is the same. For pure nostalgic reasons I enjoyed this but if you’re looking for a good book you might want to skip this.