The Avengers have been captured by Loki and the Final Host, but Captain America isn't willing to give up the fight yet. Is it a good read?
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It's very obvious. Avengers #2 art by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, Jay Leisten, and David Curiel Ed McGuinness has more than a few good panels in this issue, especially the one pictured above containing the Big Three assembling to fight the Final Host His cartoonish and exaggerated style works well for the more upbeat and comical tone[...]
Jay Leisten and Jason Keith are unfortunately unable to salvage the visuals That said, there are some decent moments and lines that keep this section from being outright bad. The final story is my choice of the three, and it's solid I wouldn't call it great, but the premise of all the X-Ladies going to a[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes),[...]
Marvel Legacy #1 is, unfortunately, mediocre overall. It’s a teaser book. It wants you to buy the new titles, and adds very little story of its own.
One hopes that it will be the case, but perhaps it would have been handy to have some sort of suggestion of this in this issue instead of having a Romani woman joining up with a group that employs the use of internment camps. Moving aside for a moment…the art by Steve McNiven, Jay Leisten and[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover by Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata Continuing the ResurrXion X-Men relaunch, we have Weapon X from Greg Pak, Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata I'm generally not overall a fan of the darker, 'team of killers' X-books, but there have been some exceptions I feel this may be one of them. Pak's[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover Art by Ardian Syaf, Jay Leisten & Laura Martin Last week may have been the primer, but this week the ResurrXion truly begins ResurrXion is definitely an apt title, given this issues preoccupation about old being new again, and not to mention what seems to be several literal character resurrections in the issue (possibly). But[...]