With only one possible misstep in its entire run, Young Avengers has been an incredible ride. The end is in site and the battle with Mother commences. Most of this book however is the calm, before the storm. The knowing that the end is upon these characters runs through the minds of reader and Avenger alike. For anybody jumping on hoping to know what the hell is going on is probably going to throw you for one hell of a loop as all the threats from the past year come hurtling down towards a singularity known only as the Demiurge.
After a lifetime of decisions both good and bad, Clint and Barney Barton have to realize they are brothers and ultimately, they’re the only ones who can save one another. I mean if they don’t kill each other first. Good luck with that, Barton brothers.
The solicitations were not a joke, this is genuinely an entire issue told from the point of view of Pizza Dog as he solves a crime which turns out to be the murder of their neighbour Gil. Just doing something like this is without a doubt especially when there is very little actually understandable dialogue it is able to succeed.
Written By: Matt Fraction Art By: David Aja Price: $3.99 After the mysterious redhead turned up on the doorstep of Avengers mansion the women in his life have been trying to understand what her relationship is to Clint.
Written By: Matt Fraction Art By: David Aja Price: $2.99 Cherry, the girl that Clint bought his car, had sexual relations with and saved from the tracksuit mafia again needs his help after she shot her husband trying to get hold of a safe but was unable to complete the job.
My pick for the best book of 2012: Hawkeye. I have only one thing to say: Believe the hype. From Matt Fraction and artists David Aja and Javier Pulido, this book is almost too good to be true. Funny, clever, and action-packed, this title grounds the drama and flair of the superhero world with Clint … Continue reading
As we come to the end of 2012 it’s that time when everybody goes about submitting their best of awards and you shouldn’t expect any less from the crew at Marvel Disassembled.