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Cap, Thor, the Vision, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Mantis and more: The Avengers lineup is both new AND classic on an Earth that hits them with villains as fast as they can assemble! Revised versions of Ultron, the Radioactive Man, the Grim Reaper and many more prove their mastery of evil against Reborn Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus, the Heroes Reborn Universe only got a piece of t Cap, Thor, the Vision, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Mantis and more: The Avengers lineup is both new AND classic on an Earth that hits them with villains as fast as they can assemble! Revised versions of Ultron, the Radioactive Man, the Grim Reaper and many more prove their mastery of evil against Reborn Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus, the Heroes Reborn Universe only got a piece of the Hulk - but, darn it, it may still be more than it can handle! Guest-starring Nick Fury and the Fantastic Four! Collecting: Avengers 1-12


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Cap, Thor, the Vision, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Mantis and more: The Avengers lineup is both new AND classic on an Earth that hits them with villains as fast as they can assemble! Revised versions of Ultron, the Radioactive Man, the Grim Reaper and many more prove their mastery of evil against Reborn Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus, the Heroes Reborn Universe only got a piece of t Cap, Thor, the Vision, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Mantis and more: The Avengers lineup is both new AND classic on an Earth that hits them with villains as fast as they can assemble! Revised versions of Ultron, the Radioactive Man, the Grim Reaper and many more prove their mastery of evil against Reborn Earth's mightiest heroes! Plus, the Heroes Reborn Universe only got a piece of the Hulk - but, darn it, it may still be more than it can handle! Guest-starring Nick Fury and the Fantastic Four! Collecting: Avengers 1-12

30 review for Heroes Reborn: Avengers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Oh Liefeld... Marvel actually may have been genius if they were truly trying to capture a pocket universe as created by Franklin Richards as they hired a man who proceeded to write this comic like it was written by a child. However if they wanted to produce a good comic, they failed miserably. When Simonson comes on he does a little meta joking (like explicitly questioning the quality of writing) but he does not salvage the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sans

    Oh my god, this was terrible. Why. WHY was this allowed to go to print? What even, people. I'm not sure if the whole "pocket universe created by the Richard's kid" was set from the beginning or if the fans shamed the writers into fixing this shit in Heroes Reborn: The Return and frankly, I don't care. This was just embarrassing to read. Oh my god, this was terrible. Why. WHY was this allowed to go to print? What even, people. I'm not sure if the whole "pocket universe created by the Richard's kid" was set from the beginning or if the fans shamed the writers into fixing this shit in Heroes Reborn: The Return and frankly, I don't care. This was just embarrassing to read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    David

    Truly Marvel's lowest point, ever. Walt Simonson takes over writing chores on the last couple of issues, trying his best to salvage this deep sea wreck. Book contains several stories that are uncompleate, cross-overs to other titles. Truly Marvel's lowest point, ever. Walt Simonson takes over writing chores on the last couple of issues, trying his best to salvage this deep sea wreck. Book contains several stories that are uncompleate, cross-overs to other titles.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kris

    Oh boy. Reviewers have talked about how horrible the "Heroes Reborn" thing was, how it took established, loved characters and origins and turned them on their ears. I read the Fantastic Four compilation first, and was wondering what all the bad hype was about - yes, the origin story was "tweaked" a bit, and the characters' personalities were a bit different, but it was still decent reading. (And, if you read my review of that book, you'll know how much I loved the Stan Lee-esque dialog and text. Oh boy. Reviewers have talked about how horrible the "Heroes Reborn" thing was, how it took established, loved characters and origins and turned them on their ears. I read the Fantastic Four compilation first, and was wondering what all the bad hype was about - yes, the origin story was "tweaked" a bit, and the characters' personalities were a bit different, but it was still decent reading. (And, if you read my review of that book, you'll know how much I loved the Stan Lee-esque dialog and text. Then I got to this. The first thing I noticed was how so many Avengers characters looked so much like Liefeld's X-Force characters: Shatterstar/Swordsman, Cable/Nick Fury, and especially Feral/Hellcat. Slap some big X-es on these guys and they're almost identical to X-Force. The next thing I noticed was the horrible, horrible Thor dialog - like "Dosteth thee sayethest that to me-eth?" (I'm not exaggerating; it was really that bad.) It took me most of the book (and the appearance of the "real" Thor) to realize that this is some sort of alternative Thor. (And I still don't completely understand who he was and where he came from). And that leads to my third complaint - the convoluted, hectic plot. The Avengers jump from one huge disaster to the next, with no time in between to digest or make sense of what has happened. The saving grace to this pile of... comics? An appearance by Kang the Conquerer (though even that was marred by the horrible way Liefeld portrayed Mantis, one of my favorite underused Marvel characters - and yes, it was even worse than the way she was portrayed in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie).

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kirby Davis

    The Heroes Reborn series reprints a good attempt one-year effort to re-imagine essential characters in the Marvel Comics universe. This represents the first time Marvel attempted to restart and modernize storylines launched by Stan Lee in the '60s. The storyline weaves through three other Heroes Reborn titles (Iron Man, Captain America, and The Avengers), so readers must have access to all four to keep pace with and appreciate the scope of these titles. Demands to introduce more and more charact The Heroes Reborn series reprints a good attempt one-year effort to re-imagine essential characters in the Marvel Comics universe. This represents the first time Marvel attempted to restart and modernize storylines launched by Stan Lee in the '60s. The storyline weaves through three other Heroes Reborn titles (Iron Man, Captain America, and The Avengers), so readers must have access to all four to keep pace with and appreciate the scope of these titles. Demands to introduce more and more characters rushes the action at times, but readers familiar these longtime fan favorites will enjoy the experience.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    Yeesh, the first half of these comics are simply awful. Walt Simonson comes onboard to write the second half, doing the best he can with what he was given, and poking fun at a lot of it as well, but there's only so much damage control he can do. Yeesh, the first half of these comics are simply awful. Walt Simonson comes onboard to write the second half, doing the best he can with what he was given, and poking fun at a lot of it as well, but there's only so much damage control he can do.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Read all 4 Heroes Reborn graphic novels at the same time, in continuity order. The Avengers was pretty straight forward, and felt like a linking book between the other 3. The in depth focus on SHIELD and Hulk's internal stuff, plus the Liefeld art, make this one better than some of the others, but not stand out too much. Recommend. Read all 4 Heroes Reborn graphic novels at the same time, in continuity order. The Avengers was pretty straight forward, and felt like a linking book between the other 3. The in depth focus on SHIELD and Hulk's internal stuff, plus the Liefeld art, make this one better than some of the others, but not stand out too much. Recommend.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Christian Smith

    The 2nd installment in the Heroes Reborn story arc. PROS -great art -nice origin of the characters -great villain CONS -there were missing parts in the story. Like when did ultron go rogue? when did hank and janet become ant-man and wasp? like whenn???

  9. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Boyd

    I was not impressed with Marvel's attempt at a relaunch of many of it's main titles. The art was Ok and the stories were not horrible but I just couldn't seem to get into the flow of the new series. I will give it a Recommended as it's a good read just not to my taste. I was not impressed with Marvel's attempt at a relaunch of many of it's main titles. The art was Ok and the stories were not horrible but I just couldn't seem to get into the flow of the new series. I will give it a Recommended as it's a good read just not to my taste.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Bad artwork and confusing storyline. I think its set in an alternate dimension.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    Pretty interesting re-imagining by a talented group of folks, but since this story crosses over with other titles *which aren't included here*, it does get confusing every now n' again. Pretty interesting re-imagining by a talented group of folks, but since this story crosses over with other titles *which aren't included here*, it does get confusing every now n' again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

  13. 4 out of 5

    John Tuero

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marka

  15. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan

  17. 4 out of 5

    Fr.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bob Collins

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michael Verderosa

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jesse

  21. 5 out of 5

    richard

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gregory

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  24. 5 out of 5

    Derek Moreland

  25. 4 out of 5

    Raúl Sánchez garcía

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kimber Buelow- 561 Bookgirl

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sam

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tom Webster

  30. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

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