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SIEGE BLOCKBUSTER TIE-IN!! SALVATION Pt. 2 of 2 “WWJVDD” SERIES FINALE! While the Mighty Avengers are fighting on the front lines of SIEGE, can HANK PYM and JOCASTA stop the Avenger’s greatest enemy, ULTRON, by themselves? Or will Pym-Space become the ultimate staging ground for a cybernetic-assault on all of reality? See SIEGE through the eyes of the Avengers with the most to lose! The Dark Reign is ending, the Age of Heroes is coming, but before that can happen…there’s a wedding? And more than one character is thinking, “What would Janet Van Dyne do?” We can’t be any more cryptic than that. Trust us, you don’t want to miss this one.

WRITER: Dan Slott
PENCILS: Khoi Pham
INKS: Valerie d'Orazio
COLORED BY: Kirk Jarvinen
LETTERED BY: Ikari Studios - Daniel Oduber
COVER BY: Khoi Pham

Price: $2.99
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CaseyJustice05/03/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.4
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  1. im going to miss this

  2. It kinda went off the rails in an attempt to match up with Seige/Heroic Age relaunch. It has made very little sense for several issues. However, the completionist in me will be picking this up to round out th run…

  3. Ups and downs for me on this book. But overall it was a solid run. And I think Pham’s art has come a long way since he first began.

  4. never really enjoyed this that much 

  5. Questions for all those reading this series: Is Dan Slotts run (two trades) worth picking up?

  6. @jackietam: Yes. It is the most like classic Avengers in tone and action, and Slott begins to redeem Hank Pym. Good read for an Avengers fan.

  7. furthermore, it’s a love letter to Roy Thomas’ Avengers

  8. I’m Glade it’s ending, it really hasn’t been that great for the last few issue, and I just picked it up hoping it get better.

  9. I enjoyed the hell out of this book, overall; glad I gave it a chance post-Secret Invasion.

    Lookin’ forward to the future, though, and to whatever the hell Dan Slott does next.

  10. One of my biggest problems with the past 2-3 issues is that Slott seems to be trashing a good portion of his redemption of Hank Pym. He now seems like the same whiny, self-centered, creepy second-rate know-it-all he was when Slott started. Maybe that will change with this issue, but Hank Pym was almost a cool character again and it feels like Slott just tore him up when he was told to leave this sandbox.

  11. Is this the final issue of MA? Man, I hope so. Ugh.

  12. Slott said on CBR that this issue has spoiler for Siege #4.  I was thinking of holding off on reading this for  couple of weeks.  Even though I really loved SLotts run Im not sure I want to throw off, what has been a great story in Siege.

    Anyone else thinking of waiting?

  13. @alanrob I didn’t and the “spoiler” fits better in this book than it would in siege even though I have been loving siege. I will miss this series it held a real soft spot with me, great mix of classic feel with modern storytelling aesthetics

  14. If you are sensitive to spoilers, I wouldn’t read this until after Siege #4.

  15. I could care less about spoilers, but it just seems lazy on Marvel’s part to put this (and Mighty Avengers #64) out before Siege #4. 

  16. @jesseg I agree. I still don’t understand why there was a one month delay for Siege 4. I really don’t.

  17. and unless I’m mistaken, the spoiler here was Pym shows up.  I know I for one was wondering why the hell he wasn’t there in the first place.

  18. I thought the spoiler was Loki’s "death".   I did wait until Seige #4, and I’m actually glad I did.  This issue was awesome though and going into the Heroic age Pym is one of my favorite characters and Slott is one of my favorite writers.   5 stars.

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