Avengers versus X-Men: VS

Avengers versus X-Men: VS

Jason Aaron Jeph Loeb Rick Remender Kieron Gillen Christopher Yost Adam Kubert Kaare Andrews Steve McNiven / Jan 22, 2020

Avengers versus X Men VS The Avengers vs X Men event spills over into the all action Versus offering extended blow by blow accounts of fan favorite matchups as chronicled by an incredible array of comic book talent Unstoppa

  • Title: Avengers versus X-Men: VS
  • Author: Jason Aaron Jeph Loeb Rick Remender Kieron Gillen Christopher Yost Adam Kubert Kaare Andrews Steve McNiven
  • ISBN: 9780785165200
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Avengers vs X Men event spills over into the all action Versus offering extended, blow by blow accounts of fan favorite matchups, as chronicled by an incredible array of comic book talent Unstoppable optic blasts meet immovable shield as Cyclops faces Captain America It s the ultimate grudge match as Thing grapples with Namor Sparks fly as Iron Man clashes with MThe Avengers vs X Men event spills over into the all action Versus offering extended, blow by blow accounts of fan favorite matchups, as chronicled by an incredible array of comic book talent Unstoppable optic blasts meet immovable shield as Cyclops faces Captain America It s the ultimate grudge match as Thing grapples with Namor Sparks fly as Iron Man clashes with Magneto Love hurts as Black Panther battles Storm Thrill to these bouts and , served up by a titanic tag team of Marvel s biggest writers and artists It s Avengers vs X Men nuff said COLLECTING AVX VS 1 6, A Babies vs X Babies 1

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      • Jason Aaron Jeph Loeb Rick Remender Kieron Gillen Christopher Yost Adam Kubert Kaare Andrews Steve McNiven

        Jason Aaron grew up in a small town in Alabama His cousin, Gustav Hasford, who wrote the semi autobiographical novel The Short Timers, on which the feature film Full Metal Jacket was based, was a large influence on Aaron Aaron decided he wanted to write comics as a child, and though his father was skeptical when Aaron informed him of this aspiration, his mother took Aaron to drug stores, where he would purchase books from spinner racks, some of which he still owns today.Aaron s career in comics began in 2001 when he won a Marvel Comics talent search contest with an eight page Wolverine back up story script The story, which was published in Wolverine 175 June 2002 , gave him the opportunity to pitch subsequent ideas to editors.In 2006, Aaron made a blind submission to DC Vertigo, who published his first major work, the Vietnam War story The Other Side which was nominated for an Eisner Award for Best Miniseries, and which Aaron regards as the second time he broke into the industry.Following this, Vertigo asked him to pitch other ideas, which led to the series Scalped, a creator owned series set on the fictional Prairie Rose Indian Reservation and published by DC Vertigo.In 2007, Aaron wrote Ripclaw Pilot Season for Top Cow Productions Later that year, Marvel editor Axel Alonso, who was impressed by The Other Side and Scalped, hired Aaron to write issues of Wolverine, Black Panther and eventually, an extended run on Ghost Rider that began in April 2008 His continued work on Black Panther also included a tie in to the company wide crossover storyline along with a Secret Invasion with David Lapham in 2009.In January 2008, he signed an exclusive contract with Marvel, though it would not affect his work on Scalped Later that July, he wrote the Penguin issue of The Joker s Asylum.After a 4 issue stint on Wolverine in 2007, Aaron returned to the character with the ongoing series Wolverine Weapon X, launched to coincide with the feature film X Men Origins Wolverine Aaron commented, With Wolverine Weapon X we ll be trying to mix things up like that from arc to arc, so the first arc is a typical sort of black ops story but the second arc will jump right into the middle of a completely different genre, In 2010, the series was relaunched once again as simply Wolverine He followed this with his current run on Thor God of Thunder.


    349 Comments

    1. I'm sure that the actual crossover event is really interesting, based on what I'm reading about it, but this volume is kinda awesome too. Okay, a bit too much of the female characters' breasts, but epic amounts of snark and some cool fights.And. And. A-Babies vs X-Babies, which I've seen some scans of, but never the whole thing. Yay for Bucky Bear! This gets four stars mostly on the strength of that.


    2. Is it weird that I found the irreverent nature of this book a little too irreverent? Or like, I would prefer my Avengers vs X-Men irreverence to be a little more nuanced? All this ROUND ONE FIGHT! stuff was really well done when it informed the conclusion of X-Statix -- but brother, you ain't no X-Statix. Nonetheless I'm a fan of the whole A v X saga, and cannot begrudge this well-drawn book for its inclusion of more face-punching into the already liberally-endowed facepunchingness of Avengers v [...]


    3. Ugh. Even less point to this than the general A vs X crossover series. Each issue consists of a couple of battles. That's it. Nothing more. Each battle plays out for a few pages and then the next one starts. It's like a video game or board game with many-sided dice where various matchups of characters are put together. Who would win in a fight, Iron Man or Magneto? If that sounds interesting to you, you might like this. Otherwise, it's hard to imagine a bigger waste of time, space, and the artis [...]


    4. A refreshingly simple idea: when a crossover is based around two sets of characters punching each other, have a spin-off which is all punching, no plot. Except they messed up slightly, because some of the joke strips here accidentally make more sense than the 'because we said so' plot and the characterisation shifts necessitated thereby in the main series





    5. Have you ever wished for less story and more fighting? If so than this book is for you!This volume is a collection of just the AVX fights with none of the Marvel Event context, it's a bit like sitting back and watching people play Marvel VS Capcom only with less Capcom and the fighters skill and abilities don't matterSome of the fights were mildly interesting and tied directly to the AVX event while others were short little humorous takes on the battles. The final story recreated a huge Avengers [...]


    6. Vs was a mini series made up of 6 issues. Each issues contained 2 battles. These weren't comics driven by plot and complex ideas. They were comics driven by battles.Some are really good, and have incredible art. The final showdown between Hope and Scarlet Witch comes to mind. This one was done 'Marvel Style' by Kieron Gillen and Jim Cheung. Jim Cheung on interior art is always a good thing, and him working 'Marvel Method' (or Marvel Style) really gives him freedom to breath with his art.There's [...]


    7. I read this after reading the main AVX storyline and honesty I think that some of the battles should have been in the main one as they literally are just not in it just so it's here for example hope and scarlet witch their battles the whole build up and aftermath is in the main story but cutting out the middle bit sucked. I thought it was funny and interesting but as it went on some of them were clearly starting to question it and so it became a little less epic. I still enjoyed it, it was defia [...]


    8. I probably would have made this volume 5 stars but there is one issue where a majority of the dialogue is in Russian and you have to use the marvel AR app to get the translation. I don't agree with doing that to someone who paid to read/own the story and then can't read the whole story. People should not have to own a smartphone if they either can't afford it or don't want one. I really hope things like that don't happen because it really affects my enjoyment of comic books. I might be the only [...]


    9. Avengers Versus X-Men: Vs is a functional but uninspiring graphic novel anthology. The series shows several fights in detail within the context of the Marvel event series Avengers Versus X-Men. The original event series itself was a huge mess with too many different writers and artists creating a mostly incoherent and unwieldy miniseries. The same holds true for this collection. Some of the fights are brilliantly executed action scenes with clear emotional stakes. Others are lackluster affairs w [...]


    10. Don't think that you HAVE to read this in order to understand the whole point of Avengers vs. X-Men. It's really just an expansion of the overall war between the two teams to show what happened during other smaller battles between characters (Archangel vs. Hawkeye, Black Widow vs. Magik, Iron Man vs. Magneto, etc.). It's not a bad read, and some parts are pretty enjoyable and fun, but you shouldn't expect this to be something that's absolutely necessary to get what's going on in the full AvX sto [...]


    11. No. Just don't.Each entry is started with a note from the editors telling you not to worry about story. Plot is for the real Avengers vs. X-Men. This book is just about fights.Sigh.If you want me to read a comic, be it 22 pages for 160, you should care about story. Plot, motivation, character changes. Telling me at the start that fights are all that matter is an insult and a waste of time and talent.Nope.


    12. This book is odd. It covers fights that happened in the series Avengers Vs X-Men. Over all I actually enjoyed this more than the series. It reminds me a lot of the TV show Deadliest Warrior. They have a lot of fun and silly pop up windows giving usually somewhat funny facts. Probably my favorite fight was with Daredevil. The book fizzles out though. By the 5th chapter it seemed almost filler material waiting for Avengers Vs X-Men to end. It's worth a read, but not a purchase.


    13. Just plain stupid, except for those portions that were stupid AND insulting. Strangely enough the x-babies versus the a-babies was one of the better stupid parts because it was supposed to be stupid. This issue continued the Avenger's way of random stupid combinations of characters for no good reason. And this book explained pretty much nothing, and really didn't move the story along at all. With art that went from fair to not all that bad.


    14. I totally enjoyed the artwork and the fights. The fight between Daredevil and Psylocke was the best in my opinion. I actually like I was there on scene watching it go down. The fight between Black Panther and Storm was heartbreaking. I say that bacause through the panels we saw their marriage and then it just ended in a few pages. That bothered me.


    15. This book is a series of close ups of fights that happen in Avengers vs Xmen. Some are exactly what you would expect. The highlights are Panther vs Storm, Daredevil vs Psyloke and the cute one with models. It's fun, don't expect anything that will add to your understanding of the main event or characters. A good read.


    16. Didn't really see the point to this book. It's just a series of battles, two per issue. The art was very good. I didn't agree with the outcome of most of the battles. If you like action and not much story this book is worth the read. The cartoonish "babies" stories at the end are worthless so beware.


    17. I loved the different battle that they choose to highlight. I also really like the AVX facts that they added in there, which gave me some extra info on the characters that were fighting each other. I also like how each battle ended with a clear winner. It was a nice little addition to this whole event. I recommend reading this one as well. =]


    18. This volume is full of individual matchups from the main Avengers vs. X-Men book (Magneto vs. Iron Man, Storm vs. Black Panther, Black Widow vs. Magik, etc.) and who won each matchup. Some of them were fun, they were well done, but overall not my cup of tea.


    19. Was not impressed after the first 2-3 pages, and honestly couldn't be bothered to finish. I might skim it later for the bits that actually interest me. But honestly, the full-pitched battles were my least-favorite part of AvX.


    20. I picked this up thinking it contained the primary AVX storyline and found instead that it consisted of a series of lackluster battles taken out of context. Without reading the main storyline this was worthless. I doubt it would be any more interesting within the context of the main event. Sad.


    21. Don't expect much in the way of plot. This book delivers exactly what the title promises: beat-downs between uncanny mutants and Earth's mightiest heroes. Nicely illustrated, but the dialogue is sometimes cringeworthy. The real highlight is the bonus A-Babies vs X-Babies!


    22. These were a collection of short fight scenes between Xmen and Avenger characters. I actually really liked these. Hawkeye's made me chuckle.


    23. Totally unnecessary, but some fun battles and some amazing art. But, yeah, totally unnecessary. Extra star for the A and X_Babies appeearance.




    24. A random string of fight scenes, some have more depth than others. This book is like popcorn, light and fluffy but not very filling. Art was very good throughout.



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