Thor: Juggernauts by Tom DeFalco My rating: 3 of 5 stars “…Bottom line: this was a fun storyline that raises a lot of questions but eventually doesn’t do anything with […]
Acts of Vengeance was a 1989-1990 crossover that spanned most of the Marvel Comics titles and effected them with varying degrees of severity — though not a steadfast rule, it can generally be said that the closer a book was to the then-Avengers status-quo, the more it was affected.
On the other side of the plot we have Luke’s life as an Avengers and — more importantly — as a family man. Both are represented in Jessica Jones, mother of his child and superhero in her own right, literally and figuratively calling him home throughout the series. I liked this quite a bit. Jessica is one of my favorite comic-book characters, and it’s always great to see her in any circumstance.
Sounds like it could be interesting, right? I thought so too, which is why I picked up this mini-series and gave it a read.
Dark Reign: Dark Avengers #1 by Brian Michael Bendis My rating: 5 of 5 stars If you haven’t noticed by now, there’s one particular type of Avengers story that is […]
I’ve spoken before this month about lame pairings of Avengers or lame ways of getting together, and despite the great premise, this is one of those.
A great single-issue from the 60s run, worth checking out.