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Os Vingadores sempre foram o grupo que enfrentou as mais tremendas ameaças, aquelas que nenhum super-herói poderia enfrentar sozinho, e sempre triunfaram, qualquer que fosse o custo, quaisquer que fossem as hipóteses. Mas agora, os Mais Poderosos Heróis do Mundo foram confrontados com o mais terrível dos inimigos: o futuro! Numa corrida contra o próprio tempo, os Vingadore Os Vingadores sempre foram o grupo que enfrentou as mais tremendas ameaças, aquelas que nenhum super-herói poderia enfrentar sozinho, e sempre triunfaram, qualquer que fosse o custo, quaisquer que fossem as hipóteses. Mas agora, os Mais Poderosos Heróis do Mundo foram confrontados com o mais terrível dos inimigos: o futuro! Numa corrida contra o próprio tempo, os Vingadores terão de salvar o seu aliado Rick Jones de ser destruído por Immortus, o Senhor do Tempo. Esta foi uma das maiores sagas de sempre dos Vingadores, escrita pelo veterano Kurt Busiek, e desenhada por Carlos Pacheco, que se começava a afirmar na altura como um dos mais talentosos artistas dos comics.


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Os Vingadores sempre foram o grupo que enfrentou as mais tremendas ameaças, aquelas que nenhum super-herói poderia enfrentar sozinho, e sempre triunfaram, qualquer que fosse o custo, quaisquer que fossem as hipóteses. Mas agora, os Mais Poderosos Heróis do Mundo foram confrontados com o mais terrível dos inimigos: o futuro! Numa corrida contra o próprio tempo, os Vingadore Os Vingadores sempre foram o grupo que enfrentou as mais tremendas ameaças, aquelas que nenhum super-herói poderia enfrentar sozinho, e sempre triunfaram, qualquer que fosse o custo, quaisquer que fossem as hipóteses. Mas agora, os Mais Poderosos Heróis do Mundo foram confrontados com o mais terrível dos inimigos: o futuro! Numa corrida contra o próprio tempo, os Vingadores terão de salvar o seu aliado Rick Jones de ser destruído por Immortus, o Senhor do Tempo. Esta foi uma das maiores sagas de sempre dos Vingadores, escrita pelo veterano Kurt Busiek, e desenhada por Carlos Pacheco, que se começava a afirmar na altura como um dos mais talentosos artistas dos comics.

30 review for Avengers: Forever, Part 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Logan

    Re-Read 2017 So I FINALLY got Part 2 of this story after years of searching, but I couldn't remember a lot of what happened so I re-read this now to catch up. The Story has Kang The Conquer caught in a time battle with his future self Immortus and Rick Jones is the key. So to protect Rick, Kang brings avengers each from past, present and Future to help save the day! For the most part this is still the fun story that I remember, very well written with pretty decent art; but the amount of dialogue Re-Read 2017 So I FINALLY got Part 2 of this story after years of searching, but I couldn't remember a lot of what happened so I re-read this now to catch up. The Story has Kang The Conquer caught in a time battle with his future self Immortus and Rick Jones is the key. So to protect Rick, Kang brings avengers each from past, present and Future to help save the day! For the most part this is still the fun story that I remember, very well written with pretty decent art; but the amount of dialogue and exposition they spout out in this first part, got a bit too much on this second read. Overall its a great story, but I will probably deduct a star because of the over explaining of everything; but I still enjoy it and I'm busy with part 2!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    I am unsure how to write this review because my appreciation of the story is affected by the last book in this series I read, Alan Moore's multiverse spanning story involving Captain Britain. Both stories deal with parallel universes and divergent time streams, but in different and inconsistent ways. This is unfortunate when they both are supposedly drawn from the same source material (i.e. the Marvel comics canon). For me, the metaphysics of this second story has been completely destroyed becaus I am unsure how to write this review because my appreciation of the story is affected by the last book in this series I read, Alan Moore's multiverse spanning story involving Captain Britain. Both stories deal with parallel universes and divergent time streams, but in different and inconsistent ways. This is unfortunate when they both are supposedly drawn from the same source material (i.e. the Marvel comics canon). For me, the metaphysics of this second story has been completely destroyed because of my too fresh memories of the Alan Moore story. They can't both be right and my enjoyment of this story suffered because I read it second. It wasn't all bad. I thought the artwork was good and it was interesting to see the different characters that were employed. I particularly liked the Goliath - Yellowjacket paradox and having the Wasp take the role of leader over Captain America because of elements of the plot was good. It will be interesting to see how the second instalment goes when I get to read it a couple of weeks from now, but for the moment I'd suggest that the editor of the collection could have done a better job in the ordering of the stories.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Matej Kondas

    Avengers aktuálně letí a tak se není čemu divit že v nové šedesátce UKK budou mít své místo. Konkrétně na dva rozdělený příběh z pera Kurta Busieka. Příběh o Avengers vytržených z času aby se spojili v jeden tým a pomohli zachránit Ricka Jonese, který má jednou cosi udělat (nebo už udělal) není rámcově špatný. Moderního čtenáře možná trošku praští do čenichu Busiekova popisnost, kterou se snaží reprodukovat feeling zlaté éry comicsů. Ano, jde o maximální možnou popisnost. Superhrdina vám popíše Avengers aktuálně letí a tak se není čemu divit že v nové šedesátce UKK budou mít své místo. Konkrétně na dva rozdělený příběh z pera Kurta Busieka. Příběh o Avengers vytržených z času aby se spojili v jeden tým a pomohli zachránit Ricka Jonese, který má jednou cosi udělat (nebo už udělal) není rámcově špatný. Moderního čtenáře možná trošku praští do čenichu Busiekova popisnost, kterou se snaží reprodukovat feeling zlaté éry comicsů. Ano, jde o maximální možnou popisnost. Superhrdina vám popíše v monologu jak aktivuje svojí super sílu, a jak na záporáka vyzraje. Někomu tohle může vyhovovat. Někoho otravovat. Jinak je to příběh košatý a slovy Ondry Krále - vhodný hlavně pro hardcore marveláky. Protože plejáda postav, jejich alternativních verzí a dalších je na obyčejného čtenáře příliš silné kafe. Ať už bojuje Hawkeye, Wasp, 3D-Man nebo U-Man či Hovno-Cuc je vám to trošku jedno, protože máte strašnou chuť si to všechno googlit, aby jste v tom neměli guláš. Uvidíme co druhý díl. Každopádně varování pro hipstery. Pokud chcete s Avengers nějak rozumně začít, u UKK vyšlo několik zajímavějších kousků, které jsou na začátek mnohem vhodnější.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shane Harcombe

    Wow - what a disappointment! On a whim I decided I would revisit the comics section of the library and check out a few that interested me. I have never been a huge comics person, although I read a few batman/superman comics as a kid and absolutely adored the Flash. Anyway, I decided to give the Avengers a go. The story line in this collection was just tedious. I didn't feel I got to know any of the characters, I didn't even get a sense of their super powers or how they used them - just generic f Wow - what a disappointment! On a whim I decided I would revisit the comics section of the library and check out a few that interested me. I have never been a huge comics person, although I read a few batman/superman comics as a kid and absolutely adored the Flash. Anyway, I decided to give the Avengers a go. The story line in this collection was just tedious. I didn't feel I got to know any of the characters, I didn't even get a sense of their super powers or how they used them - just generic flashes leading to defeated enemies. The time travel aspect seemed poorly done and I ended up giving up half way through the series. I guess this was one for the fans only.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Justin Young

    I thought comics were supposed to be enjoyable....? Am I missing something?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    When Rick Jones becomes caught in the middle of a war between Kang the Conqueror and Immortus, the same man from different eons of his life, he uses his burgeoning cosmic powers to pull Avengers from across time to help him. Forced into an uneasy alliance with Kang, these Avengers set out across time in an attempt to thwart Immortus' plans. Rick Jones is by far my least-favourite Marvel character of all time (and I'm including Stilt Man), so having a major Avengers crossover focused on him didn't When Rick Jones becomes caught in the middle of a war between Kang the Conqueror and Immortus, the same man from different eons of his life, he uses his burgeoning cosmic powers to pull Avengers from across time to help him. Forced into an uneasy alliance with Kang, these Avengers set out across time in an attempt to thwart Immortus' plans. Rick Jones is by far my least-favourite Marvel character of all time (and I'm including Stilt Man), so having a major Avengers crossover focused on him didn't sound great to begin with. Unfortunately the story that follows totally failed to win me over either. It's a confusing mess of timelines, plotlines and character beats that seems to jump around almost randomly without ever feeling like its moving an overall narrative forward. There's a couple of interesting elements to the specific Avengers pulled through time, with Captain America coming from a time of disillusionment in his life and two versions of Hank Pym (one of whom is by far Hank Pym at his misogynistic worst) forced to work together. However even these potential points of interest fail to really have any impact or effect on the larger story. Hopefully 'Part 2' will pull things together, but this story is definitely not off to a good start. * More reviews here: https://fsfh-book-review2.webnode.com *

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brian Chalmers

    I enjoyed the art work. To get the most from the story you'd need to be much more of an expert on the history of the Avengers than I, many of the scenarios and relationships were lost on me. I gave up attempting to figure out whether the multiple time/dimension hopping actually made sense and just ploughed on. I enjoyed the art work. To get the most from the story you'd need to be much more of an expert on the history of the Avengers than I, many of the scenarios and relationships were lost on me. I gave up attempting to figure out whether the multiple time/dimension hopping actually made sense and just ploughed on.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dimitris Patriarcheas

    Ότι καλύτερο έχω διαβάσει σε κομικ της Marvel μέχρι στιγμής. Ταξίδια στο χρόνο, παράλληλα σύμπαντα που αλληλεξαρτωνται, ήρωες που μάχονται εναντίον άλλων εκδοχών του εαυτού τους, η ιδέα της ανθρωπότητας ως του πιο θανάσιμου εργαλείου κατά της ισορροπίας του σύμπαντος. Μοναδική ιστορία, εξαιρετικοί χαρακτήρες που εξελίσσονται, υπέροχη εικονογράφηση. Τι άλλον να πω για να τρέξετε να το διαβάσετε;

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ekenedilichukwu Ikegwuani

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i like this story and feel like it develops at a very decent pace!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Danillo

    It's pretty messed up, but action packed. It's pretty messed up, but action packed.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mark Phillips

    This Review is for both Avengers Forever Part 1 and Part 2. Well this was an enjoyable mess. It did my head in trying to keep track of all the threads that were going through this story. I applaud Kurt Busiek's ability to keep all the balls in play as he creates a secret history (not a secret anymore) of the history of the Marvel Universe and the Avengers interactions with Immortus and Kang the the Conquerer (among others). My problem with this and most of the other Marvel reboots is the lack of c This Review is for both Avengers Forever Part 1 and Part 2. Well this was an enjoyable mess. It did my head in trying to keep track of all the threads that were going through this story. I applaud Kurt Busiek's ability to keep all the balls in play as he creates a secret history (not a secret anymore) of the history of the Marvel Universe and the Avengers interactions with Immortus and Kang the the Conquerer (among others). My problem with this and most of the other Marvel reboots is the lack of consequences. As Hawkeye says at one point 'Doesn't anyone stay dead any more?' A sentiment echoed by Captain America later who says 'I've fought too many foes over the years who've returned from seeming death'. So kudos to Busiek for ay least acknowledging the problem.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Review for Avengers Forever Parts 1 and 2 This was an interesting experience. I've recently decided that I want to delve into comic book reading, and I found a Marvel Comics Reading Guide online that had this on it. It said not to read it if you didn't know who the Avengers were, and I thought "I've seen the movies, I should be fine!" Yeah.... no. This was super confusing. It sounded like, if I had been caught up on all the stories of each of these characters it would've been amazing! But I wasn't Review for Avengers Forever Parts 1 and 2 This was an interesting experience. I've recently decided that I want to delve into comic book reading, and I found a Marvel Comics Reading Guide online that had this on it. It said not to read it if you didn't know who the Avengers were, and I thought "I've seen the movies, I should be fine!" Yeah.... no. This was super confusing. It sounded like, if I had been caught up on all the stories of each of these characters it would've been amazing! But I wasn't, so it was confusing. That said, I still enjoyed it and now I just want to read up on the stories of each of these superheroes

  13. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    What a ball-ache of a book. It would be stories like these that would have put me off the Marvel universe in my youth. Of all the books in the Marvel Graphic Novel collection I've read so far (read 20 of the 24 I own) this was the most tedious to get through. I guess if I was a bigger Avengers nut the idea of time-travelling and going to Limbo with Kang et al would have been amazing. I just found myself reading a story grounded in reality straying off into an odd fantasy world that I didn't quite What a ball-ache of a book. It would be stories like these that would have put me off the Marvel universe in my youth. Of all the books in the Marvel Graphic Novel collection I've read so far (read 20 of the 24 I own) this was the most tedious to get through. I guess if I was a bigger Avengers nut the idea of time-travelling and going to Limbo with Kang et al would have been amazing. I just found myself reading a story grounded in reality straying off into an odd fantasy world that I didn't quite buy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Adrian Tolman

    The more I read this, the more painfully obvious that I don't know enough about the Marvel Universe. Is it me or is this one 'just for the fans'? and the hardcore ones at that. Not for new readers, that's for sure - which is a shame because its part of a collection out at the moment which is supposed to be an introduction to Marvel. I only just managed to finish this - on a boat, as an alternative to being seasick. The more I read this, the more painfully obvious that I don't know enough about the Marvel Universe. Is it me or is this one 'just for the fans'? and the hardcore ones at that. Not for new readers, that's for sure - which is a shame because its part of a collection out at the moment which is supposed to be an introduction to Marvel. I only just managed to finish this - on a boat, as an alternative to being seasick.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Archie

    I shall not give a detailed review, as I’ve not yet read the story in its entirety, so I’ll merely share what I think of it thus far: It’s quite bad.

  16. 4 out of 5

    May

    Incredibly boring. Don't even know how to rate it. Incredibly boring. Don't even know how to rate it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Arnon Afonso

  18. 4 out of 5

    Carlos Bica

  19. 5 out of 5

    Felipe Souza

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michał Lewandowski

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jason Potter

  22. 4 out of 5

    George Rizogiannhs

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jacek Litka

  24. 5 out of 5

    Wedge Antilles

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo Guerreiro

  26. 5 out of 5

    Troy-David Phillips

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chris Parkinson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Serejo

  29. 4 out of 5

    Luís Marques

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alexandros

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