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The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 7: Siege (Siege)

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The throwdown you've been waiting for -- and that Loki, God of Mischief -- has been scheming toward: THE MIGHTY AVENGERS versus THE DARK AVENGERS! Hank Pym's teamhas tried their best to be a shining light in the world of Dark Reign but this might be the time that light gets snuffed out! Special appearance by the MIGHTY THOR! COLLECTING: Mighty Avengers #32-36
Hardcover, Premiere , 120 pages
Published September 29th 2010 by Marvel Comics (first published 2010)
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Nicolo Yu
When Dan Slott (She Hulk, Spider-Man: Brand New Day) was announced as the new Mighty Avengers writer, succeeding Brian Bendis (Powers, Ultimate Spider-Man), he said he intends to write the most “Avengery” Avengers title available. Avengers is Marvel Comics’ to property, at the time Slott made his boast, there were several Avengers titles being published, including New Avengers and Dark Avengers by Bendis. In a way, Slott succeeded in his intentions.

I’ve read the first few issues of his run and h
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Lissa
And here I thought that Marvel was trying to redeem the character of Hank Pym somewhat (although he's still creepy), but he seems like a self-absorbed jerk in this trade (once again). The Mighty Avengers disband, mainly because Hank is off his rocker, and while Siege is going on, Hank is too busy to take part until the end because he's giving his robot human limbs (and fighting off Ultron...again...but that's only after he's turned Captain America's request for assistance down). What a creep.

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Todd
If you're here because you want a tie-in to the mega-event Siege, you're going to be sorely disappointed. If you're here because you've been following the Hank Pym led version of the Mighty Avengers, then this is the perfect ending for that run.

Hank Pym is a bit of an ass. Loki tells him here that it was all a trick and Pym is not really Scientist Supreme, but the reader is left to make his own judgement of how truthful Loki is being. I like to think that Pym really is that guy and Loki was tryi
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J'aime
On the one hand, this Siege tie-in was awesome - easily five stars. First, it has more Loki, who is mostly behind the scenes during the main Siege event, plus it details more happenings that lead into Siege instead of focusing solely on that epic battle. And though I was unfamiliar with this Mighty Avengers team, I found them engaging and interesting. However, the downside is that a quarter of the book is taken up by Ultron.

I loved learning more about Loki's scheming, beyond what was in "Siege:
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Gavin
OK so this Mighty Avengers team is one of many at this time in the Marvel Universe (Siege). However, lead by Hank Pym, things will be different, as he's the big brains scientist, not the great leader like your Captain America or your Iron Man, or even your Cyclops...this makes for a team where the guy most likely to use you as a chess piece is the boss.
Though this falls under the sphere of a 'Siege' tie-in, most of it seems to be occurring parallel to Siege, and not nearly as involved as one wou
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Devero
Si arriva al crossover che pone fine al regno di Osborne, e tutto sommato ci spiace perché avremmo voluto vedere questo gruppo di Vendicatori andare avanti.
Mark
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Karl Kindt
Derivative and dull for the most part. Everything, in 2011, in a Marvel comic still has to lead to Ultron or some other ancient creaky villain? I love the old Marvel, and even I am sick of this patter. A super long story arc in which you do not know who the real mastermind behind the evil plan is. Then you find out it is Red Skull/Dr. Doom/Mephisto/Ultron/Skrulls/etc. Come on! Get some freshness, Marvel! Do a "new 52" Marvel style! DC is rocking!
Shannon Appelcline
Slott's writing continues to improve volume by volume. This one has great humor, a beautiful cosmic scope, and a really nice integration with the "Siege" crossover that at the same time doesn't dominate the comic. (So of course it’s also the end of this Mighty Avengers.)
Martin Earl
Meh.

I'm not super familiar with these characters, so it didn't do much for me. If you're going to read a Siege TPB, read the New Avengers. Though the art and the story line in that are harder to follow, there is a more compelling story with a much better payoff.
Adam Voyton
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Steve
Some good issues, some pretty bad ... It did, though, open my eyes to the amazing and crazy things Hank Pym can do.
Angela
Pym and the Mighty Avengers go slightly dark. They do battle on Asgards side though.
Sharon
Individual issues on marvel unlimited
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