The Avengers are still caught in the game between the Grandmaster and the Challenger, with Voyager's role in it all still a mystery. Plus, the Hulk is back and madder than ever. Is it a good read?
The Earth has been moved, and the planet is suffering for it. The Avengers are uniting to meet this threat, but will it be enough. Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] U.S.Avengers #11 cover by David Nakayama Cannonball has disappeared, and the U.S.Avengers have ridden out into space to find him The weird thing is, Sam Guthrie has awoken in a place that very much resembles a middle-American town frozen in time from the 1950s called Glenbrook Its leader is a so-called teenager named Richie Redwood. He[...]
Check out the solicit below: U.S.AVENGERS #11 AL EWING (W) • PACO DIAZ (A) Cover by DAVID NAKAYAMA CANNONBALL RUN Part 1 The U.S Avengers have a new mission—to find their missing teammate! Squirrel Girl, Red Hulk, Iron Patriot, and more head into outer space to find Cannonball! The search leads them to strangest planet of all…Glenbrook, U.S.A.! Home —[...]
In what is either a shameless cash grab with little regard for geography or definitions, or a shrewd prediction of President Trump's plans to ally with Vladimir Putin and conquer America's former allies, Marvel has revealed the latest "state" variant cover for U.S.Avengers, and it's: The United Kingdom?! Of course, The United Kingdom is not[...]
In the wake of a divisive election that left America tired and wounded, what we all really need is some time to rest, heal, and find a way to bridge the