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Cody and 51 other people liked Anne's review of New Avengers, Vol. 2: Infinity:
New Avengers, Vol. 2 by Jonathan Hickman
I thought I had read volume one of this title.
Sadly, no.
I read this Avengers, Vol. 1 Avengers World by Jonathan Hickman. And what I actually needed to have read was this New Avengers, Vol. 1 Everything Dies by Jonathan Hickman.
Fuck you, Marvel. And fuck all your confusing titles!
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