Announced at Marvel's Next Big Thing panel at New York Comic Con, from the people who brought you Avengers: No Surrender comes another weekly Avengers comic, Avengers: No Road Home Written by Jim Zub, Mark Waid, and Al Ewing, and drawn by Paco "Funky Cold" Medina and Sean Izaakse, However, details were limited at the convention,[...]
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At the Next Big Thing Panel at New York Comic Con Saturday, Marvel announced a follow-up to Avengers: No Surrender, the weekly Marvel Legacy event that led into the current relaunched Avengers series which is just hitting its tenth issue next month Well, nothing lasts forever, and it looks like that title could be seeing[...]
Quicksilver finally returns to our world, but he has an angry and violent double aiming to kill all of Pietro's friends. Is it a good read?
Quicksilver now has Mister Dibbles to keep him company, but he is still stuck in betweeen moments and the creatures are everywhere. Is it a good read?
Quicksilver will do whatever it takes to keep Scarlet Witch safe from the energy monsters that plague him. Does it make for a good read?
Quicksilver is running to the point of exhaustion thanks to the increasing presence of his "shades." Does it make for a good read?
Bruce Banner is back, and he is now the Immortal Hulk. He cannot die, but he can do some good with what he has become. Is it a good read?
Quicksilver is left alone after destroying the orb that froze much of the world during the Avengers: No Surrender story. Now he must cope with solitude, even as a new possible threat arrives. Does it make for a good read?
I'm actually quite proud of how the two of us managed to stay on topic. The comics we discussed this time were Avengers: No Surrender #684, New Mutants: Dead Souls #1, Batman: Detective Comics #976, Vampironica #1, and Infidel #1. Oddly enough, we also managed to agree on almost every point too We both greatly disliked Avengers, thought New Mutants and Vampironica were solid enough to varying degrees,[...]
We learn the true origins of Voyager, and then the Hulk tracks down remaining members of the Lethal Legion and then the Avengers Auxiliary HQ from which Toni Ho, General Maverick, and Enigma are working. I believe I've said this in a review before, but I am wholeheartedly against this weekly Avengers: No Surrender thing that[...]
We've been looking through Marvel's solicitations for interesting stories, and we may have found one in the solicits for April's Avengers. It looks like Marvel could be planning to kill off a member of the team. At least, the solicit for Avengers #688 seems to imply as much.
Marvel has released the covers and some uncolored preview art for the second four issues of the weekly Avengers non-crossover event, Avengers: No Surrender Based on the hit Bruce Springsteen song off his 1984 album Born in the U.S.A. — we assume — Avengers: No Surrender is co-written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing, and Jim Zub, and[...]
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso has hit twitter to tease something from the final act of the upcoming Avengers: No Surrender event starting in January An upcoming return of a major character, one of the classic, original Avengers, with a piece of teaser artwork that I'd go out on a limb and say is from Kim[...]