• Major status quo changes in this issue!

• Avengers Academy loses one student and teacher – but who? Are they traitors? Did they quit? Did they die?

Story by Christos Gage
Art by Tom Raney & Scott Hanna
Colors by Jeromy Cox
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Billy Tan & Leonardo Olea

Price: $2.99
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  1. I hate you fear itself, i’ll come back when that banner is no longer on this book

    • To Parker’s credit, Fear Itself hasn’t tainted the book nearly as much as you’d think. They’re battling Absorbing Man and Titania, but it really is still just an Avengers Academy story. I’m guessing it’s the story that Parker previously had in mind, just retrofitted to work in the Fear Itself world.

    • Gage.

    • Dur. Brain fart. Of course. Wires cross with the also under-appreciated Thunderbolts.

    • I personally thought that A.A. was one of the only two good things to come out of Fear Itself. The other, of course, being Thunderbolts.

  2. I hated Fear Itself, yet this title has been consistently great. I’m worried about the changes, but I guess that’s why we read these books!

  3. I love this book, one of the most consistantly awesome books from marvel.

  4. I thought this was a twice a month title? It’s been like 7 weeks since the last issue. I have a feeling Marvel held it up because of the cross-over.

  5. Gage did a great job with this issue and executing a two year plan for this book. Veil’s actions all made sense and was set up nicely in past issues. Now is the right time to launch new a new status quo with new team members. I’m looking forward to it.

  6. I will be happy when this comic loses the Fear Itself cover dressing. PLEASE. I’m a little scared of the change in status quo for this comic, because the core group and faculty was working beautifully for me, and it didn’t seem like the writing was getting stale enough to merit such a huge shake-up. But why not punch it up while it’s ahead? I look forward to this new direction for AA and look forward to seeing this title run from the shadow of Fear Itself.

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