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3.36 stars 3.36/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews

Kelly Sue Deserved Better 0

Much like James Robinson's run on JLA, Kelly Sue's Avengers Assemble was too bogged down by the events of the Marvel U and it's a shame that her tag team effort with Ellis couldn't have been better. Kelly Sue was able to get in two or three good stories and characters while working her way through Inhumanity, Infinity, and Age of Ultron, but this final issue finishes out the last storyline pretty quickly and then that's it. I would have rated this issue higher for the writing, but the art is all...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Another Solid Effort from Higgins 0

Higgins does an amazing job of keeping the plot moving, adding to it, and making Prankster a legit threat. I loved Brett Booth on this book, so I already miss him. Will Conrad does a solid job on the action scenes, but his faces seem a little strange to me -- particularly the kids. Other than that, nothing to complain about. It's a must-read and one of the few pre-New 52 characters that I still love...cough...Tim Drake...cough....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A little less conversation, a little more action 0

James decided to speed things up a bit with this issue as the World Army, our 3 main wonders, and the Sandmen meet up to battle Steppenwolf. As usual, Nicola's art is great and I can't wait to see what they come up with in the final issues of this run....

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Solid Effort 0

The series is still on my "evaluate if dropping from sub list after every issue" and I hope it returns to the former glory of pre-New 52, but that still hasn't happened yet. I will say the title seems to be more on solid ground the past few issues, but this cover had NOTHING to do with the plot ... well, a tiny bit, but not enough to warrant that cover for sure....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Solid Effort 0

The series is still on my "evaluate if dropping from sub list after every issue" and I hope it returns to the former glory of pre-New 52, but that still hasn't happened yet. I will say the title seems to be more on solid ground the past few issues, but this cover had NOTHING to do with the plot ... well, a tiny bit, but not enough to warrant that cover for sure....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

fun... 0

For the first time in a long time I read an Avengers book that was fun and a pleasure to read. Although not gritty like the others I appreciate just going for the ride. Solid art and writing makes me excited for the next issue of a title I was going to drop until I heard about the new team....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Taking a Bad Turn 0

I wasn't reading comics when Liefeld built his reputation, as it were, so his art was new to me with the beginning of this series. It hasn't really bothered me much until I realized that the way he drew Hawk is how he draws every hero - big shoulders, wide stance, and sneer. I didn't mind where Sterling was going with this series, but I understand lack of interest killed it, but I think that Liefeld may have done that on his own eventually as this issue is the weakest to date. My biggest problem...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.