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As Iron Man fights for his life in the distant past, the Avengers face an uncertain future! Trapped in an icy cave at the dawn of time, Tony Stark has lost most of his armor - and a good chunk of his mind. When the sun goes down and the devil comes around again, he may lost whatever's left of his soul. And in the present, Earth's mightiest villains unite! What do the king As Iron Man fights for his life in the distant past, the Avengers face an uncertain future! Trapped in an icy cave at the dawn of time, Tony Stark has lost most of his armor - and a good chunk of his mind. When the sun goes down and the devil comes around again, he may lost whatever's left of his soul. And in the present, Earth's mightiest villains unite! What do the king of Atlantis, the lord of vampires, the deposed duke of Hell, a mysterious Russian assassin and the secret boss of Washington D.C.'s greatest super-team, have in common? They all really hate the Avengers! Worse still, mummies are rising from their graves. A dark god has invaded Asgard. And Moon Knight is unleashed! So begins the Age of Khonshu. So fall the Avengers! Collecting AVENGERS (2018) #31-37


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As Iron Man fights for his life in the distant past, the Avengers face an uncertain future! Trapped in an icy cave at the dawn of time, Tony Stark has lost most of his armor - and a good chunk of his mind. When the sun goes down and the devil comes around again, he may lost whatever's left of his soul. And in the present, Earth's mightiest villains unite! What do the king As Iron Man fights for his life in the distant past, the Avengers face an uncertain future! Trapped in an icy cave at the dawn of time, Tony Stark has lost most of his armor - and a good chunk of his mind. When the sun goes down and the devil comes around again, he may lost whatever's left of his soul. And in the present, Earth's mightiest villains unite! What do the king of Atlantis, the lord of vampires, the deposed duke of Hell, a mysterious Russian assassin and the secret boss of Washington D.C.'s greatest super-team, have in common? They all really hate the Avengers! Worse still, mummies are rising from their graves. A dark god has invaded Asgard. And Moon Knight is unleashed! So begins the Age of Khonshu. So fall the Avengers! Collecting AVENGERS (2018) #31-37

30 review for Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 7: The Age of Khonshu

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    I enjoyed this one a lot. The art was great, I’m a huge Moon Knight fan and it’s nice to see Jason Aaron turning Mephisto back into a major threat again rather than perpetuating his slightly buffoonish portrayal from recent years. I’m still a little on the fence about this whole ‘Stone Age Avengers’ thing but I trust Aaron enough to wait and see where he’s ultimately going with it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ray

    If you're still onboard Jason Aaron's current Avengers saga about the Marvel Universe of one million B.C. foreshadowing some kind of looming threat orchestrated by Mephisto, then Age of Khonshu is a crucial volume. Starring the obscure Moon Knight, Aaron makes the most of the Marvel mythos by turning him and his Egyptian into formidable adversaries. A fun romp, with the appropriate amount of humor and proverbial badass one-liner scenes. Not recommended for noobs who will have no idea what's goin If you're still onboard Jason Aaron's current Avengers saga about the Marvel Universe of one million B.C. foreshadowing some kind of looming threat orchestrated by Mephisto, then Age of Khonshu is a crucial volume. Starring the obscure Moon Knight, Aaron makes the most of the Marvel mythos by turning him and his Egyptian into formidable adversaries. A fun romp, with the appropriate amount of humor and proverbial badass one-liner scenes. Not recommended for noobs who will have no idea what's going on, but if you've been on the ride this long there is a nice amount of payoff with hopefully more to come...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Jason Aaron's Avengers epic continues its slow march onwards, as the chess pieces take a few steps around the board before the Age of Khonshu hits with a bang. The opening two issues here are the little interludes that Aaron loves to stick between arcs, as we learn about Tony's time in 10,000 Million BC (number may not be exactly accurate), while Mephisto's moves play out in the following issue. I was surprised that we didn't get an Ancient Avengers flashback issue here, but I guess there was no Jason Aaron's Avengers epic continues its slow march onwards, as the chess pieces take a few steps around the board before the Age of Khonshu hits with a bang. The opening two issues here are the little interludes that Aaron loves to stick between arcs, as we learn about Tony's time in 10,000 Million BC (number may not be exactly accurate), while Mephisto's moves play out in the following issue. I was surprised that we didn't get an Ancient Avengers flashback issue here, but I guess there was no need since there wasn't a Moon Knight on that team. The Age Of Khonshu itself is just plain fun. I know there were complaints thrown at it because of how powerful Moon Knight was, etc., but when the guy's throwing literal moons at people and the entire world is overrun by moon-powered mummies, you have to take the story with a grain of salt. I'm surprised Marvel didn't turn this into an event in itself, because it has the far-reaching purview for it (although if they had I'd probably have then complained about it, so I shall shut up). The artwork's great as well - regular Avengers artist Ed McGuiness pencils the Mephisto issue, while Gerardo Zaffino pops up for the Tony Stark spotlight. Then Javier Garron, fresh off a superb run on Miles Morales, makes the Avengers his own by penciling all of the Khonshu stuff. He's like McGuiness but without the super-deformed figures, and with added details. This is what an Avengers book should look like. Age Of Khonshu is what happens when you let Jason Aaron loose on the world - he covers it in moon zombies and has the Avengers battling literal gods as well as their now-super-powered friends. Sounds like fun to me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Desa

    2’5-3⭐️

  5. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    We start with Moon knight taking all the primordial powers using Ankh and later find out why? Its because of Khonshu who wants to defeat the great devil Mephisto? Most of the primoridal powers are of Avengers and as their teammates fall, its up to the Avengers to assemble again and defeat this Khonshu and whatever madness has gripped Moon Knight and his army of Moon Priests and Mummies and the Werewolf guard? Its an okayish read and has cool moments from drawing perspective but the story waxes a We start with Moon knight taking all the primordial powers using Ankh and later find out why? Its because of Khonshu who wants to defeat the great devil Mephisto? Most of the primoridal powers are of Avengers and as their teammates fall, its up to the Avengers to assemble again and defeat this Khonshu and whatever madness has gripped Moon Knight and his army of Moon Priests and Mummies and the Werewolf guard? Its an okayish read and has cool moments from drawing perspective but the story waxes and wanes, no narrative consistency and at times odd, and things happen and then don't happen? Its a rushed story and even rushed ending and nothing consequential comes of it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kaiulani

    Moon Knight is my favorite comics character but this just fell flat. All bombast.

  7. 5 out of 5

    John

    Jason Aaron's Avengers run is simultaneously dumb yet clever fun. Moon Knight is one of my favorite characters, but more when he's ramped up on crazy. I feel Aaron's "Avengers of 1 Billion BC" arc is starting to come to a head (and the great threat is Mephisto). I'm guessing it'll resolve in issue #50. But this is Jason Aaron getting all the fun ideas out of his system. Feels like he's almost done with his Marvel tenure. Jason Aaron's Avengers run is simultaneously dumb yet clever fun. Moon Knight is one of my favorite characters, but more when he's ramped up on crazy. I feel Aaron's "Avengers of 1 Billion BC" arc is starting to come to a head (and the great threat is Mephisto). I'm guessing it'll resolve in issue #50. But this is Jason Aaron getting all the fun ideas out of his system. Feels like he's almost done with his Marvel tenure.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shaun

    I have been keeping up with Avengers but I really don't know why. I mostly feel a resounding "meh" when I read it. I also admittedly know very little about Moon Knight, and this volume doesn't really make me care about him at all. It's not even like it's terrible, it's just meh. Good art, but I don't care about the story. I'll give Avengers one more story arc before I give up on it I think. I have been keeping up with Avengers but I really don't know why. I mostly feel a resounding "meh" when I read it. I also admittedly know very little about Moon Knight, and this volume doesn't really make me care about him at all. It's not even like it's terrible, it's just meh. Good art, but I don't care about the story. I'll give Avengers one more story arc before I give up on it I think.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Paxton Holley

    This was the first time in Jason Aaron’s Avengers run that I got a little bored. Moon Knight shows up, Konshu the Moon God, Mephisto. It’s huge and epic and cosmic, but way too much so. There wasn’t enough grounding of the story.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    A decir verdad, no tiene mucho aporte la historia de Khonshu, salvo el tema de los poderes, pero siendo que dos de estos no están en los Avengers, la verdad es que confunde. No le veo mayor utilidad por ahora, esperemos a ver que hace Aaron a continuacion.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Eeswar Creative

    I am very interesting to read this book. I like it very much Avengers nowadays. I saw all avengers movies in a theater.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    Was someone asking for a bigger Moonknight story because I sure wasn't. This story, despite Aaron's efforts to shoehorn in as many stakes and characters as possible, never got off the ground for me. Was someone asking for a bigger Moonknight story because I sure wasn't. This story, despite Aaron's efforts to shoehorn in as many stakes and characters as possible, never got off the ground for me.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dimitrios

    This was OK. Some good moments, but it really dragged on.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Font Talk

    It started great but I don't think it really stuck an interesting ending for me. I will admit though I haven't been reading this series from the start though. I only jumped on because of Moon Knight. It started great but I don't think it really stuck an interesting ending for me. I will admit though I haven't been reading this series from the start though. I only jumped on because of Moon Knight.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Steve Llamb

  16. 4 out of 5

    Terrance

  17. 4 out of 5

    David Akeroyd

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Michael

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

  20. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jorge Figueroba Sánchez

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andson Rebello

  23. 4 out of 5

    Wojciech

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kris

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tony

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elessar

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ander Luque

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Branigan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marco

  30. 5 out of 5

    Scott

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