The Academy teachers must battle not one, but two hammer-wielders at the same time! Meanwhile, the horrors of war take their toll on the students, as one of them is pushed ever further towards a life-changing decision!

Don’t miss the shocking events that will rock the book that IGN.com calls “the under-appreciated gem of the Avengers franchise.”

Story by Christos Gage
Art by Tom Raney & Drew Hennessy
Colors by Jeromy Cox
Cover by Billy Tan

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 4.2
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  2. Most, if not all, stores didn’t get it in last week.

  3. Good to know that I already picked this one up.

  4. I got it last week. it kicked ass.

  5. Im guessing no one on the West coast got it?  Who knows, all I know is that I’m on the left coast and no one I’ve heard of saw the book and every store employee I asked looked at me as if I was mad.

  6. I did get this last week, guess I was one of the lucky ones?

  7. We didn’t get it in Arizona. None of our local stores did.

  8. Yeah I got this last week. WTH is going on?

  9. I couldn’t find it at either of the stores in my area…

  10. This did not ship in Baltimore or Washington DC.  It did ship in upsate New York though, at least in Albany.

  11. Not suprisinly my LCS didnt get this either, if most people in america didnt get it it was wishfull thinking i would get this in australia. Oh well getting it this week, should kick ass.

  12. Got it in the UK too. 

  13. Thought this was worth the wait. Really enjoyed this issue, especially the veil stuff.

  14. This was fine. The Fear Itself tie-in stuff isn’t exactly Avengers Academy at its finest, but it’s keeping its head above water while fulfilling its obligation as an event tie-in, with all the hullaballoo that requires. It’s good to see the kids finally engaging in their first major battle with major repercussions, but I’ll be happy to see them licking their wounds post-FI. I’ve read some of the changes in store for this title in the next few months, and I think we’re in for some more good stuff.

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