Review by: akamuu

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Last month, I enjoyed the post-Secret Invasion Mighty Avengers more than New or Dark Avengers.  There was a lot of promise in the characters they chose, and a lot of potential for twists and turns in the plot.  Well, the twists happened.  The turns happened.  And each one felt like “so what?”

They released the trade collection of Avengers: Nights of Wundargore a few weeks ago, and it connects to some of the plot lines they’re using in Mighty Avengers.  And, if you’re a fan of the magic elements in Avengers lore, then you may enjoy this book.  I’ve always found this one of the weaker aspects of the Marvel Universe, so I wasn’t thrilled by this issue.

Story: 2 - Average
Art: 3 - Good


  1. I agree, last issue set up a lot of potential but this one was just boring. This is an Avengers book but the team is just some hodge podge thrown together by the Scarlet Witch? It seems, I dunno, cheap. Plus the Scarlet Witch is back for the first time since House of M and two issues go by without anyone even seeming all that surprised?!? I guess Marvel needed her back in time to participate in New Avengers 51…

  2. @USPUNX: Yea, the underwhelming use of The Scarlet Witch is just weird.  She demutanized the planet, and the rest of the world seems to be "Oh, hey Scarl, how’s it going?  Did you catch Scrubs last night?  Isn’t Zach Braff dreamy?"  As opposed to the "Holy shit, please don’t chaos me out of existence, please." reverence they should be giving her.

  3. This is just a mismatched, underwhelmingly written Avengers story, and I am rapidly losing interest.

  4. @coltrane68: Agreed. Unless the last part of this arc is great I am probably dropping this book. I was going to drop this after SI ended but decided to keep based on the Scarlet Witch returning but that has been so poorly done I am pretty much finished with this book.

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