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Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis - Volume 4 (AVX)
     

Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis - Volume 4 (AVX)

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by Brian Michael Bendis (Text by), Walter Simonson (Illustrator)
 

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AVX TIE-IN! Comics legend Walter Simonson is back, taking on the Avengers as they face down the unbelievable, unstoppable might of...the X-Men!? Captain America has declared war on Marvel's mutants in the face of the Phoenix's arrival on Earth, but one Avenger must betray the team to fulfill their destiny with the unstoppable cosmic force! And it's not who you think!

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AVX TIE-IN! Comics legend Walter Simonson is back, taking on the Avengers as they face down the unbelievable, unstoppable might of...the X-Men!? Captain America has declared war on Marvel's mutants in the face of the Phoenix's arrival on Earth, but one Avenger must betray the team to fulfill their destiny with the unstoppable cosmic force! And it's not who you think! Plus: the Red Hulk's last stand!? And can Hawkeye and Spider-Woman's budding romance survive the end of the world?

COLLECTING: Avengers 25-30

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785160793
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
01/08/2013
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis - Volume 4 (AVX) 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO 4 months ago
A strange collection to say the least. Missing is the typical Bendis dialogue that usually is worth the price of admission. The closest we get to that is Hawkeye and Spider-Woman having an argument in the middle of the fight. Given that this is happening in the a mega-crossover was bad. Added to that was some out of character actions by Beast, Professor X, Captain America, Emma Frost, and more. It was odd. Whole book seemed off. Editorially, the AVX crossover made this pointless. If the goal was to add to it as a "tie-in" it failed terribly. Veteran artist Walt Simonson was on board and isn't what he used to be (who among us is?). Character's faces were smiling in the weirdest moments. Overall, the entire book was a misstep with editorial being to blame for most of it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago