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To save the world from ever-greater dangers, the Avengers got bigger. Yet when the oldest race in the universe marks Earth for destruction, it's time for Captain America to think grander still. As the most powerful Avengers team ever assembled heads into space to join an intergalactic alliance against the ancient Builders, an old enemy deems their home unprotected. Thanos, the Mad Titan, unleashes his forces on Earth in the latest chapter of his endless quest for death. But even a world without Avengers has its defenders. Among them, the secret cabal of history-shapers known as the Illuminati - a group riven with internal confl ict already confronting another planet-ending crisis. As Earth's Mightiest Heroes wage war on multiple fronts, their battle for Infinity threatens to descend into Inhumanity.
COLLECTING: INFINITY 1-6, NEW AVENGERS 7-12,AVENGERS 14-23
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Jonathan Hickman is an American comic book writer and artist. He is known for the Image Comics series The Nightly News and currently writes Fantastic Four, FF, and S.H.I.E.L.D for Marvel Comics.
Jerome Opeña is a Filipino comic book artist best known for his numerous collaborations with writer Rick Remender.
Jim Cheung is a British comic book artist, known for his work on the series such as Scion, New Avengers: Illuminati, Young Avengers and Avengers: The Children's Crusade.
Dustin Weaver is a comic book artist currently living in Portland, Oregon where he is a member of Periscope Studio.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Jonathan Hickman has always been hit or miss for me and here's a big miss. The art saved this book from being worse. The plot is incredibly dense. Thanos is an afterthought and then all of a sudden destroying the world. The idea of his Black Order doesn't fit with his M.O. but thanks to great art, looked cool. The Builders, Engineers, Alephs, etc. was nonsense. I can't imagine how this reads with just the mini-series. So much of it relied on the "tie-in" books. Overall, a giant missed opportunity. Sad.
I read it. It is good story book. Artist great front cover book is cool. I like it.