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Marvel Masterworks: The Avengers, Vol. 3 (Marvel Masterworks: The Avengers #3)

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Giant-Man becomes Goliath! The Wasp returns! The team battles the Enchantress, Power Man, the Ringmaster, Kang, Doctor Doom, Attuma, the Collector, the Swordsman, and the Black Widow! Collecting: Avengers #21-30
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 6th 2011 by Marvel (first published January 1st 1993)
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Mike (the Paladin)
I hate to drop this one to 4 stars...Captain America is still in it. (as is Scarlett Witch...the 12 year old in me is still smitten with her).

The writing in these was a bit more spotty than in the issues that came before. Lee was beginning to have trouble here with "how to write Cap" I believe. Where Captain America is simply himself to his fans, there came a time when the "writers" began to have trouble with handling the character (which continues to this day by the way). The strained relations
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Scott
Increasingly complicated weaving of stories, some maturity about the developing relationship between Hawkeye and Black Widow and his animosity toward Captain America. The opening story is impressive because the Avengers all get arrested for trespassing on Erik Josten's property. Josten hates the corny name Power Man that the Enchantress gives him, but that doesn't stop him from turning up repeatedly, or, of course, Luke Cage eventually taking his code name, in spite of a rather nondescript brown ...more
Gary
Good old-fashioned nonsense as the new team of Avengers, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, find their feet as a fighting group, lead by stalwart hero Captain America.

Brimming with soap-opera bickering; Hawkeye is forever harassing Cap, or "Methuselah" as he keeps calling him, with an eye on being the leader of The Avengers himself. His other eye is on the beautiful Scarlet Witch, vehemently protected by her prickly brother Quicksilver, whereas Scarlet Witch has her own school-girl crush o
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Angela
Quite fun. The Avengers find their feet, Goliath joins them, and shock, horror, Hawkeye stops being irritating.
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