Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Review | All-New, All-Different Avengers #1 [2015] Mark Waid | Andy Kubert

Tony Stark sells the Avengers Tower to someone who is planning on working with a Chitauri Warlord called Warbringer. Miles Morales was spying on them as Spider-Man which draws the attention of Captain America and Iron Man. The issue ends quickly with all three of our heroes at the feet of the Chitauri Warbringer who first appeared in the pages of NovaThe first half of the issue which is the main story is a very fast read than the second half.

The back-up story showcases both Ms. Marvel and Nova working together but not getting along.  The second half was more enjoyable and what you would expect with writer Mark Waid. Thor and Vision were not in the book but were only showcased on the cover. The covers of the first and second issues complement one another as the Avengers assemble to take on the Chitauri Warbringer. The All-New, All-Different Avengers will take the first arc to grow legs but overall it was an okay start to something better.