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Chaos War: Avengers

Chaos War: Avengers

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by Fred Van Lente, Tom Grummett, Stephen Segovia, Brian Ching
     
 

The Vision, Captain Mar-Vell. Yellowjacket. Deathcry. Swordsman. Dr. Druid. All lost their lives in the line of duty...or in disgrace. When Earth's Mightiest Heroes are themselves laid low in the carnage of the CHAOS WAR and the graves give up their dead, these six find themselves mysteriously returned, to RE-ASSEMBLE against the CHAOS KING's most fearsome

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The Vision, Captain Mar-Vell. Yellowjacket. Deathcry. Swordsman. Dr. Druid. All lost their lives in the line of duty...or in disgrace. When Earth's Mightiest Heroes are themselves laid low in the carnage of the CHAOS WAR and the graves give up their dead, these six find themselves mysteriously returned, to RE-ASSEMBLE against the CHAOS KING's most fearsome ally—one of the Avengers' greatest foes! It's a final chance at redemption, a second life and, most importantly, to prove—once and for all, tht they are worthy of the name...AVENGERS.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785155584
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
05/04/2011
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Chaos War: Avengers 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
The actual Chaos War limited series was not very good and this spinoff is of similar quality. First let me say that the art in this book, by all the artists was very good and can’t be faulted. All the issues with this book lie with the story and dialogue. The main chunk f the book deals with the “dead” Avengers. This being comics though and the only Avengers who have stayed dead are, for the most part, Avengers that you want to stay dead. Add that with the terrible Chaos King plot and you have a lot of new insight into characters that I didn’t care about and a ridiculous plot. The Ares story was very good but only one issue and the Thor portion was preposterous. This is not worth the time unless you just look at the art and read the Ares one-shot.