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Avengers #684 cover by Mark Brooks

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We are shown the origins of the Incredible Hulk as well as all the times he has faced death over the year (more than you would think, also Avengers: Ultron Forever). He then returns in the present, looking confused but just as angry as ever. We return to the game between the Grandmaster […]

Avengers #675 Review: No Surrender, Not Bad

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Something has happened to the Earth. Global disasters are taking place. It's not in its usual location in the solar system. Avengers from around the world are doing everything they can to halt the emergencies spreading like an epidemic across the globe. It may not be enough, though, as things only seem to […]

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Occupy Avengers #9: Curtain Call On A Great Comic

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]It’s the Occupy Avengers’ final stand against Hydra in the Midwest With Hawkeye working with the Underground, it’s up to Wheels, Red Wolf, and Nighthawk (Tilda) to hold off Hydra while the Firehearts raid a food convoy Things look bleak when a band of reinforcements arrive from the Underground to help the three Avengers.With[...]

Occupy Avengers #8 Review: This Is What Secret Empire Needed

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]*Ties into the Secret Empire crossoverOccupy Avengers has brought something to the table this month that really should have been here already: an actual fight-the-power narrative.Where is the fight-the-power stuff in this story about a Neo-Nazi fascist organization taking over America? Yeah, the Underground, the Champions, and the Defenders are trying to find a[...]

Occupy Avengers #7 Review – A Van-Tastic Voyage Into A Skrull Conflict

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The premise for Occupy Avengers is definitely one of the best things to come out of Civil War II However you may feel about Hawkeye killing Bruce Banner, the idea of Clint Barton going on a “discover America” tour across the country, helping people as he goes, is a pretty neat premise for an[...]

[Updated] 12 Images From Marvel's Venom Variant Month March 2017

and I'm still leaving the lovely surprise at the bottom.[gallery ids="591685,591704,591665,591687,591655,591654,591660,591663,591681,591700,591653,591656,591658,591659,591662,591668,591683,591684,591689,591698,591696,591697,591703"]The creators on each cover are Invincible Iron Man #5 by Rick Leonardi, X-Men: Prime #1 by Kris Anka, Kingpin #2 by Clayton Crain, Doctor Strange #18 by Tess Fowler, All-New Wolverine #18 by Francesco Mattina, Black Panther #12 by Elizabeth Torque, Captain America: Steve Rogers[...]