(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #4

(AVX) Avengers Sanction #4

Written by: Jeph Leob 

Art by:  Ed McGuinness

Released: March 21, 2012 

The big conflict wraps up with a physical brawl between Wolverine and Cable, with Spider-Man tossing in a little color commentary. For once, Cable isn’t allowed to go all Mary Sue on his opponents, so the results are more satisfying than most of the action X-Sanction has offered before. It’s a fight that would have been extremely bloody were Cable not more machine than man by this point.

Ed McGuinness at least does his part to keep the issue humming with his artwork. The Wolverine/Cable brawl is one of the more visually memorable showdowns McGuinness has tackled recently this year. This issue wasn’t all so great. With that being said I would rate this book a 6.8/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling!


(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #3

(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #2

Written by: Jeh Leob 

Art by: Ed McGuinness

Released: Febuary 1, 2012 

Things just got exciting! Red Hulk goes toe-to-toe with Cable which by the way now looks like Colossus because of Cable’s techno-organic virus. Thank to the help of Blaquesmt, Cable is able to defeat Red-Hulk but at the same time Cyclopes and Hope show up. Cable still doesn’t want to give up to the Avengers so Spider-Man and Wolverine show up saying that they will kill Cabel leaving us at a cliff hanger. 

This issue was pretty good. Probably the best one so far. Ed McGuinness does a good job at showing us the future and his art is amazing but I bet that when the actual Avengers vs X-men issues come out it will be a million times better. This issue was action packed and intense. I would rate it a 8.2/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!

(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #2

(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #2

Written by: Jeph Leob 

Art by: Ed McGuinness

Released: January 4, 2012 

Cable is back and he wants revenge. He believes that the death of his daughter has something to do with the avengers and he will do the anything to find out who killed her. In this issue we see Iron Man and Cable go head to head only that Cable had an advantage. Cable has a suit that Tony designs in the future. Cable also goes head to head with Red Hulk kinda. Cable is also dying he has some kind of an infection that’s killing him so he doesn’t have much time. 

This issue was good and intense. I’m impressed that Cable manages to Capture Falcon, Captain America, and Iron Man. The art is really good and so is the dialogue. This issue has a lot of action and is fun to read I would rate this book a 8.2/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling. 

(AVX) Avengers X-Sanction #1

Avengers X-Sanction #1

Written by: Jeph Leob 

Art by: Ed McGuinness

Released: December 14, 2011

Cable (who was presumed dead after the Second Coming event) returns from a desolate future after having been informed by Blaquesmith that the Avengers are somehow responsible for the death of Hope Summers and the terrible future. To prevent Hope’s death, he devises a plan to take down the Avengers one by one before they can harm her. Cable first attracts the attention of the Avengers by shooting down a prison transport plane. As the Avengers round up the escaping prisoners, Cable kidnaps the Falcon. Captain America follows Redwing (the Falcon’s trained pet falcon) to where Cable is holding the Falcon, only to be ambushed by Cable and put in restraints

This issue was good. I liked the Scene where cable and Captain America fight, that was intense. Why does Cable think the Avengers killed his daughter though? We will have to keep on reading. The artwork was ok it could of been better so I would rate this book a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling!