Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

  • Title: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Author: Joe Casey Scott Kollins
  • ISBN: 9780785114383
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Avengers Earth s Mightiest Heroes This is where the legend began A look into the early pivotal period of the Marvel Universe when five fledgling heroes Iron Man Thor Giant Man the Wasp and the Hulk banded together to fight the f
    This is where the legend began A look into the early, pivotal period of the Marvel Universe, when five fledgling heroes Iron Man, Thor, Giant Man, the Wasp, and the Hulk banded together to fight the foes no single hero could overcome But how did the public react How did the U.S government react Previously untold secrets surrounding the formation of the Avengers arThis is where the legend began A look into the early, pivotal period of the Marvel Universe, when five fledgling heroes Iron Man, Thor, Giant Man, the Wasp, and the Hulk banded together to fight the foes no single hero could overcome But how did the public react How did the U.S government react Previously untold secrets surrounding the formation of the Avengers are revealed here Five individuals must learn to work as a team and forge a legend Collects Avengers Earth s Mightiest Heroes 1 8.

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    About Joe Casey Scott Kollins


    1. Librarian note there is than one author with this nameJoe Casey is an American comic book writer He has worked on titles such as Wildcats 3.0, Uncanny X Men, The Intimates, Adventures of Superman, and G.I Joe America s Elite among others As part of the comics creator group Man of Action Studios, Casey is one of the creators of the animated series Ben 10.enpedia wiki Joe_Casey


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    1. 3.5 starsThis is essentially a retelling of the first years of the Avengers. It covers quite a bit of ground and I enjoyed reading it. Sometimes it's hard to go back to the 60s Marvel days and this does a really good job updating the origins and taking it into the future. Instead of Cap waking up in 1963, it's pretty set in 2004. The gangs all here: Hulk (who leaves fairly early), Tony, Jan, Hank, Jarvis and Rick. I don't know much about Rick Jones but I found him incredibly annoying by the end [...]

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    2. This gets three stars solely because Rick Jones was in much of it and I love him to pieces. Unfortunately I wasn't really interested in much of this comic beyond Rick's involvement, I liked that it focused on personal details with how the Avengers first started out, but the writer seemed to have an obvious bias for Captain America since his arc and general pleasantness was far better than the other characters.If you are a person who does like Captain America you'll probably enjoy reading these i [...]

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    3. Fun and simple read of the founding of Marvel's iconic superhero team.

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    4. Esperaba mucho de este tomo pero me faltó los enfrentamientos con los villanos, ya sé que este tomo esta enfocado a mostrar la convivencia de los vengadores y sus problemas en el primer año de formación hasta la siguiente formación de nuevos valores vengadores pero aún así le faltó desarrollar más la historia.

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    5. Nota: 4.5/5Hacía tiempo que no disfrutaba tantísimo una lectura. Personajes sobre los que no había leído nunca, una trama que nace de la primera fundación de Los Vengadores donde la acción no decae un momento y me ha tenido emocionada página tras página.

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    6. This is one of those retroactive continuity stories that does little but muck up the history that the story is trying to honor. Marvel has become obsessed with type of story and it reads fine once on a superficial level. But when trying to reconcile it with the classic stories that it might appear to be attempting to pay tribute to, it only comes across as a slap in the face. Don't get me wrong, this is a good read - but it ends up being rather insulting to the original creators as it attempts t [...]

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    7. A more in-depth, "realed up" look at the early, fractious days of the Avengers. I'm not always on board for this kind of look at the characters, which tends to make them all look smaller, like petty jerks, rather than the human yet heroic characters that Stan Lee wrote, but Joe Casey wrote a pretty interesting story, and it was a nice antidote to the New Avengers revamp.The key, though, is the Scott Kolins artwork. This is fantastic stuff, particularly his work on Thor and Hawkeye (one of my fav [...]

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    8. The original Avengers line up is one of my favorite super hero teams, so this was a must read for me.The Scott Kollins art is very pretty and Joe CAsey does a nice job of mixing old and new. His view of Captain America as a man out of time and feeling a bit lost is really well down.Some of the political sub-plot felt a bit forced, but otherwise a nice mix of quiet human moments and big comic book action.The best of Casey's mini that looked at the early years of marvel's super teams.

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    9. Sometimes going back and inserting new stories into the past of a series is a bad idea, but Joe Casey does a wonderful job of fleshing out the stories from the Silver Age, when things weren't so fleshed out. It's a great addition to Avengers lore.

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    10. As my first comic book, I freaking loved this.

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    11. The art could be better, but it's good to see when Hawkeye and the Maximoff twins joined the team.

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