Avengers (2015) #0

Avengers (2015) #0

Mark Waid James Robinson G. Willow Wilson Al Ewing Gerry Duggan Mahmud Asrar Leonard Kirk Victor Ibañez / May 28, 2020

Avengers The kickoff to the All New Avengers line begins here with new stories of the All New All Different Avengers Squadron Supreme A Force New Avengers Ultimates and Uncanny Avengers Someone is carefu

  • Title: Avengers (2015) #0
  • Author: Mark Waid James Robinson G. Willow Wilson Al Ewing Gerry Duggan Mahmud Asrar Leonard Kirk Victor Ibañez
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The kickoff to the All New Avengers line begins here, with new stories of the All New, All Different Avengers, Squadron Supreme, A Force, New Avengers, Ultimates and Uncanny Avengers Someone is carefully studying the movements of the Avengers and those in their orbit but do they mean to harm, or help Find out the first clues in this special launch issue

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      • Mark Waid James Robinson G. Willow Wilson Al Ewing Gerry Duggan Mahmud Asrar Leonard Kirk Victor Ibañez

        Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.


    625 Comments

    1. Someone is watching all the Avenger type groups. They are studying their strengths and weaknesses, just in case they have to destroy them.So Avengers #0 may as well be titled Avengers Point One. An uninvolved character breaks down All-New All-Different Avengers, Squadron Supreme, A-Force, New Avengers, Ultimates and Uncanny Avengers.That was all well and good. Mostly dull and unnecessary. Right when I didn't think it could get any worse, I met America Chavez aka Ms. America.Who picked her name w [...]


    2. Full honesty here: I read this for Captain Marvel and America Chavez. Carol's stuff is kind of interesting, but America's stuff is so much better! It's cute and sweet and simple, and beautiful because of it. Also, America's section is relatively self-contained so I didn't feel like I was missing out on a ton while reading it. I don't know what's going on with the rest of the comic, but it was worth the read just for America!


    3. I uhm I'm not exactly following what is currently happening in the Marvel Universe. Since this is issue #0, I thought it was a good place to start, butI have no idea what is going on.This is why getting into comics is super hard :\



    4. So I didn't understand absolutely everything, but I'm interested in most of these stories! Females are strong as hell. And, yes, I'm biased, because QWOC are my lifeblood and America is everything I want to be, but whatever, I'm allowed a little bias in my life.


    5. As with any "multiple authors writing one launch book" issue, this is a mixed bag that almost invariably comes out as a middle-of-the-road 3-star issue. It's worth picking up though, for the moment with Deadpool alone.



    6. Clever way of introducing some of the new Avengers titles being released after the Secret Wars event. Looking forward to reading a few of them now



    7. I liked it well enough as an introduction. I'm still only going to collect Uncanny Avengers. I might read the New Avengers in Trade Paperback form.




    8. I've been a pretty solid Marvel guy for awhile, and in the past when I've read one of these "new launch" type previews, I'm usually very on-board. Even for "on-the-fence" books, there's usually "something" interesting enough for me to pick up maybe an issue or two and give it a shot. But this? Yeah. no. /sad Disappointing, but there's really nothing here that I'm even remotely interested in. Not the tone, not the stories, not these characters or teams. *shrug* I guess my post-Secret Wars shorter [...]


    9. The main story tying everything together: MehThe Wanda / Vision story: AWESOMEEverything else: Short and sweet



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