Avengers Assemble: Science Bros
Two scientists, two giant egos. One wears a tank...one is a tank. Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are science bros! And when a fellow big-brain goes missing, the two heroes take bets who can find him first! It's Amazing Race, Avengers-style, as Iron Man and Hulk embark on a global manhunt with the... show more
Two scientists, two giant egos. One wears a tank...one is a tank. Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are science bros! And when a fellow big-brain goes missing, the two heroes take bets who can find him first! It's Amazing Race, Avengers-style, as Iron Man and Hulk embark on a global manhunt with the ultimate prize at stake...bragging rights! But what happens when a 20 million-year-old evolutionary catalyst infects the Hulk? The Avengers must find the missing scientist before he and his Order of the Dragon unleash his bacteria on the entire world! Plus: the Black Widow's sins have resurfaced! Widow, Spider-Woman and Hawkeye travel to Siberia to search for a missing girl with ties to an old Soviet assassination. But the truth behind this girl's disappearance may be more than the Avengers are prepared to handle!COLLECTING: Avengers Assemble 9-13, Annual 1
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: Avengers Assemble (Vol. 2) (#2)
Bullet Review:For as disappointing and bleh as Vol 1 was, this one was amazing. DeConnick is my new graphic novel writer crush. The way she handles the characters is just - wow!! And of course, including Carol Danvers, my favorite superheroine, also gets brownie points. Actually, the fact that DeCon...
It's books like this that make me glad I'm reading Marvel again. It isn't quite perfection, but it's so incredibly fun. Avengers Assemble seems like it's positioned as the book for people fresh off the Avengers movie who have little experience in comics, and it's great for that. It has most of the i...
I know Kelly Sue didn't write the Avengers Assemble Annual, but that issue is so beautiful it made me tear up a little. Vision is a character that really puts you through the wringer with his confusion and emotional turmoil.
I forgot how much I liked this series until I reread it in trade (recent issues have suffered from tie-in-itis). It would be a good place to start for movie fans who want to try out the comics, I think; it is a delightful and unforced fusion of movies and comics. The series is deliberately continuit...