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The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 4: Secret Invasion Book 2 (The Mighty Avengers #4)

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'Elektra is a Skrull!' Words that have echoed through Marvel Comics for the last two years. But how did this happen and for how long has this been true? Plus, the return of MAR-VELL has brought with it more questions than answers, but now all those questions will finally be answered.
Paperback, 120 pages
Published April 29th 2009 by Marvel (first published 2009)
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Ronald
This collection seems to be nothing but a number of unrelated stories without context or consideration of the timeline. Disapointed.
Brad
This set of Secret Invasion side-stories gives single issues to Elektra, Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors (they pick up this name later), and Marvel Boy, and two separate issues to Hank Pym. For those keeping track, only one of these characters (Pym) is a member of the Mighty Avengers team. Whatever. This jumble of characters and stories adds some interesting bits to the overall story, though only the Nick Fury story helps explain the main story.
Bendis has a really good handle on the tragedy o
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Adam
Feb 05, 2010 Adam rated it 3 of 5 stars
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The main Secret Invasion series was bombastic, fight-heavy, and read like Cliff's Notes, so I enjoyed what this series did with the event. Instead of mirroring and expanding the main events, like The New Avengers did, this book told backstories in each issue. The stories that focused on Elektra and Captain Marvel were uninteresting, the stories that focused on Nick Fury were decent, and the stories that focused on Hank Pym were really good. Pym's was potentially the most interesting story in Sec ...more
Kirsty
Well that reminds me why I don't usually bother reading these things!
Holden Attradies
Again, I think I liked this so much because I liked Secret Invasion so much. More side stories and questions answered.

I enjoyed having Pym center stage again, and really liked that him being such a flawed hero bled over into the skrulls that took over his life. My only qualm was that I had gotten the impression from the main story that Pym had been switched out a long long time ago.
Mark
Follows Electra, Nick Fury's new group and Hank Pym's (Yellowjacket) role in Secret Invasion.

Not a great deal of story here but does contain some important elements.

Notes
Secret invasion is great story line but some may find it hard to follow.

Learning Curve
Moderate: New readers might be confused.

Sonic
Many of theses Secret Invasion books feel like they are the story behind the story, but they are still enjoyable nonetheless.
Sam
Not great as a stand-alone read. Seems like I've got a lot of Marvel's Civil War and Secret Invasion books to read.
Geoff Derks
Basically footnotes. I would rate it higher if I liked Secret Invasion more.
Shannon Appelcline
Interesting insights into the Secret Invasion, but very scattered.
W.T.
It's the AVENGERS! I love the Avengers!! RIP Jan...
Angela
Lots more character stuff in this volume. Worth reading.
Sonja
Note to self: read again after reading the previous ones...
Sharon
Individual issues on marvel unlimited
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