Some significant details about the end of this issue are going to be SPOILED like old milk below
Mighty Avengers proves that it can be fun even when it’s boring.
TO BE SPOILED BELOW
A series that had some nice ideas and art ends poorly.
To have the details SPOILED for you read on…
A strong conclusion to the opening arc.
S P O I L E R S
SPOILERS for like all the stories in this issue
It’s not unlikely that I will SPOIL something below
There will be SPOILERS
Spoiler Warning right off the bat
The comicbook that’s more of a soap opera with every issue!
I’m not really familiar with Malekith, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying this comic.
It’s not a super-dense plot or anything, but there will nonetheless be SPOILERS
This comic certainly does exist, doesn’t it?
SPOILERS (probably…I haven’t written the review yet so maybe not, but there usually are, so it’s safe to assume there will be this time)
This felt lethargic, like it barely had the energy to get to its last panel, and even that was sort of an abrupt and rhythmically poor conclusion.
PROBABLY CONTAINS SPOILERS
While not without its flaws, this is another fun issue of one of the most reliably entertaining comicbooks coming out today.
It’s zany, it’s funny, it’s got action, suspense, and heart. Maybe not the best issue of Young Avengers ever, but still pretty great.
As always, SPOILERS
An issue with many ups and downs, and an important ending that just didn’t click with me.
“The End of X-Factor” continues to feel rushed yet be full of good ideas.
Si Spurrier and Jeff Stokely continue to build a fun, impressive, and inventive world and cast.
I wanted so badly to like this book, but to no avail, because it’s pretty bad.
Greg Rucka, Michael Lark, and Santi Arcas craft an awfully compelling debut issue about a reluctant super-soldier in a dystopian future.