Avengers: Operation Hydra #1

Avengers: Operation Hydra #1

Written by: Will Corona Pilgrim 

Art by: Andrea DiVito 

Cover by: Michael Ryan 

Released: April 22, 2015 

This issue was just spectacular. In this issue we have the avengers team up Ince again to defeat a commen for. Yes you guessed it Hydra. Black Wido followed some hydra agents and found out that they have been making weapons from the chatari aliens. Hawkeye on the other hand is struggling to come up with a reason to why he should be part of the avengers, after all he doesn’t have powers like the rest of them. In the end he he does find out the reason. 

This issue was put together very well. I loved this issue a lot and the artwork is just phenomenal, I really digged it. In this issue we also se a deferent costum for hawkeye I actually liked it, I didn’t mind it at all. What I really liked about this issue is that we get to see some commen conflicts that the heroes face and when I say “commen” I mean problems that a regular civilian would have I thought that was pretty neat. In all I would rate this issue a 8.5/10 that’s all for this issue  and as always keep on marveling. 

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Deadpool #45

Deadpool #45

Written by: Gerry Dugan 

Art by: Salvador Espin 

Cover by: Giuseppe Camuncoli 

Released: April 8, 2015

Deadpool has been through a lot lately. There’s been a fascinating balance throughout this series. We’ve seen moments of humor followed by some seriously dark times. Wade has also managed to get married, form new friends, and even discovered he had a daughter. It almost seemed as if everything was going great for Deadpool. Perhaps things were going a little too good for Deadpool.

For those wanting to see Deadpool cut loose, this is definitely the issue for you. When his friends and family are threatened, Deadpool unleashes his fury. We get some epic scenes. Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan, Mike Hawthorne, Terry Pallot, and Jordie Bellaire do a phenomenal job telling this final story.

This issue was fun and sad as we all know Deadpool dies but don’t kid your selfs, he will return don’t worry, in all I would rate this issue a 8.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling. 

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Avengers 34.1

Avengers 34.1 

Written by: Al Ewing 

Art by: Dale Keown 

Cover by: Dale Keown 

Released: September 10, 2014 

Providing readers with a break from Jonathan Hickman’s main saga, Al Ewing and Dale Keown take the creative reins for the oversized Avengers #34.1 – a solo tale that revolves around the latest version of Hyperion. Building upon the work Hickman has already done to move the character beyond a simple Superman analogue, Ewing spins a yarn that’s more existential crisis than action story as the supreme hero searches for a child snatched from his home.

The approach proves refreshing after Captain America’s recent spotlight in a way that allows character growth for one of the newer, more auxiliary members of the Avengers introduced in the wake of Marvel Now. Where as Hickman has often sidelined these individual character threads in favour of pushing forward with his epic science fiction narrative – the fantastic casino adventure of Cannonball and Sunspot forming a notable exception – Ewing takes the time here to expand upon a character that remains very much shrouded in mystery.

This issue was really refreshing and nice. We got to see some character development with hyperion and I like that because I love hyperion, he is just amazing! In all I would rate this issue a 9/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling.

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New Avengers: Age of Ultrion TV spot 

Marvel just uploaded this new tv spot for the movie, never before seen footage of the movie. This movie is going to be freaking amazing!! I just can’t wait anymore!  Check out the link here 

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Avengers: Age of Ultron clips 

These 2 Clips that marvel have put up are just amazing!! And they are getting me hyped up fr the movie only about 2 weeks left Intel the movie comes out. Check out the clips here 

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http://youtu.be/_AFtMIBwKho

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Avengers vs X-Men #11

Avengers vs X-Men #12

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis 

Art by: Olivier Coipel 

Released: September 12, 2012 

There comes a time in almost every tale of heros battling heroes where the two factions put aside their differences to confront a common foe. That point has arrived in Avengers vs. X-Men #11. Pretty much any hero, be they mutant, super-soldier, or Asgardian, can agree that Cyclops is a big jerk. The event has now come down to a battle between the combined Avengers and X-Men on one side and the all-powerful Cyclops and Emma Frost on the other.

Issue #11 focuses on this big fracas and little else. As has been the case for the majority of Act 3, the story has become much more direct and focused. This issue really only offers up three main scenes — Captain America’s attempt to recruit a new player into the fold, the reunification of the X-Men under Charles Xavier, and the massive battle that follows. Even at roughly 30 pages, the story is a bit light and sparse. The advantage, however, is that Brian Bendis steps back and allows the art team to work their magic on a very visceral series of pages.

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Avengers vs X-Men #10

Avengers vs X-Men #10

Written by: Ed Brubaker 

Art by: Adam Kubert 

Released: August 15, 2012 

With all but two of the Phoenix Five out of the picture, issue #10 narrows its focus down considerably. Cyclops’ one-man assault on K’un-Lun is the primary focus, while Emma’s descent into Phoenix-induced madness and Xavier’s attempts to undermine his former pupils are briefly touched upon. It’s a shame these latter two plot points aren’t explored more heavily, as they’re far more interesting than Cyclops’ rampage. Emma in particular is the most fascinating of the Phoenix Five in terms of how her possession is affecting her. I wish the series would provide her with a little more screen time. In all I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling!

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Avengers vs X-Men #9

Avengers vs X-Men #9

written by: Jason Aaron 

Art by: Adam Kubert 

Released: August 1, 2012 

As the cover suggests, Aaron also shifts to Spider-Man as the sort of “man on the ground” figure for this issue. That role has regularly bounced between characters like Wolverine, Black Panther, and Beast throughout the series, but Spider-Man is used more effectively and more heavily in that capacity than anyone. The script highlights the drama of Spider-Man’s situation by opening in the midst of a battle and then shifting back several hours. 

We get to see Spidey settle uncomfortably into his Uncle Ben-style mentor role with Hope and then prove why he’s the greatest hero in the Marvel Universe as he confronts two insurmountable foes. Suffice it to say, this issue makes Spidey’s infamous brawls with Morlun look like mere sparring matches. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling!

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Avengers vs X-Men #8

Avengers vs X-Men #8

Written by: Brian Micheal Bendis 

Art by: Adam Kubert 

Released: July 18, 2012 

Avengers vs. X-Men wraps up Act 2 with issue #8 this week. The previous chapter set up an epic conflict between Namor’s forces and the people of Wakanda. That battle rages across these pages. However, if you’re expecting much more in the way of plot progression or answered questions, this issue may disappoint. Issue #8 doesn’t provide the definitive cap to its respective act that issue #5 did.

The most immediately noticeable quality about AvX #8 is that Oliver Coipel is missing in action. While the original plan was to feature one penciler per act of the event, somewhere along the line it was decided to bring Adam Kubert aboard an issue early. And while losing Coipel is disappointing, at least Kubert is a worthy replacement. 

His pencils capture all the chaotic energy and destruction of the battle for Wakanda. The scale is bigger than any clash in the series so far, with waves toppling buildings and a dozen Avengers doing their best to pound Namor into a pulp. But perhaps the most visually striking sequence comes near the end, as Xavier returns to the forefront of the conflict again. Kubert and his collaborators blend traditionally inked art with a more stylized, rough approach that creates a nice blend. In terms of visuals, this issue more than holds its own with any of the previous chapters. But as Kubert isn’t one of the speedier artists in the industry, the question is whether this level of detail and scope can remain consistent for another four issues. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

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Avengers vs X-Men #7

Avengers vs X-Men #7

Written by: Matt Fraction 

Art by: Olivier Coipel 

Released: July 4, 2012 

 This issue does a lot right, as well. Fraction does a fine job of capturing the growing tension on the Avengers side. The interaction between Black Panther and Tony Stark stands out particularly. These two have never had the warmest of relationships to start with, but here Tony’s latent death wish becomes a major source of friction for them both. With Wolverine continuing to fade into the background in Act 2, it’s really Panther of all characters that is stepping us as the neutral party and moderate voice of reason. Marvel has also been promising a major game-changer with this issue. While I’m not sure I would describe the final pages as “game-changing,” Fraction does deliver an impressive escalation in the conflict that promises a very memorable issue in #8. In all I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

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