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Uncanny Avengers #1

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  133 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Como secuela del conflicto entre los Avengers y los X-Men, el profesor Xavier ha muerto y una raza mutante que se reinicia emerge en un mundo que jamás los odió ni temió tanto. El Capitán América desea revertir esta tendencia con gran fervor… Es hora de que los mutantes y los súper humanos trabajen juntos…
¡Es hora de los Uncanny Avengers!
36 pages
Published 2012
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Elijah Kinch Spector
Aside from one problem that's been pretty well publicized by now (including by me), this is very good stuff that takes its main conceit -- that the Marvel Universe should care more about its mutants -- straight on. Remender is not exactly subtle about the messages he's putting across, but it is comics, and he makes up for any bludgeoning with a stream of great ideas. (I've also been reading his current Captain America run, which is a whole other magnitude of crazy.) It makes me happy that Marvel ...more
Mike F
Apr 07, 2013 Mike F rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this comic a lot. It had great art and great characters. Though the story was a bit weird with the (spoiler alert) sudden appearance of the red skull, but over all it was great and I hope to get more issues of this title to come!
Caoimhin
May 27, 2014 Caoimhin rated it liked it
What happens to the Avengers after House of M and Avengers Vs. X-Men. Choppy start, but promising depending on how they handle character interactions. I'd like to see how newly formed mutants post-Phoenix are developed without getting too campy.
VivShay
May 15, 2014 VivShay rated it it was amazing
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Beautiful start to a brilliant series. (sadly goodreads dun have the english version) Crazy story that is worth getting started on!!
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Histoire sympa mais petit moins pour les dessins.
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Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Portland, Oregon. He is best known for his work on Marvel Comics' Punisher series, Fear Agent and The End League.
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