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review 2017-08-31 13:19
Yes!
Giant-Size Little Marvel: AvX (2015) #4 (Giant-Size Little Marvel- AvX (2015)) - Skottie Young,Skottie Young

The Guardians of the Galaxy and the Inhumans get involved as the fight over the twins spills over to everyone. 

 

Funny, charming, just gorgeous art - pencils, inks, colors, everything - this is a perfect mini-series.  I need to remember I own this on Comixology whenever I need to cheer myself up.   Love, love, love!

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review 2017-08-31 00:19
Love, love, love!
Giant-Size Little Marvel: AvX (2015) #3 (Giant-Size Little Marvel- AvX (2015)) - Skottie Young,Skottie Young

Cute, funny, and that combined with the bright colors - think the cover, but for a whole comic - make me smile and forget all my anxiety. 

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review 2017-08-31 00:09
I got to the one panel of Black Bolt
Giant-Size Little Marvel: AvX (2015) #2 (Giant-Size Little Marvel- AvX (2015)) - Skottie Young,Skottie Young

It's in this issue, and it made me giggle.   But I giggled through reading all first two issues, so...

 

I'm really loving this series, and I it keeps up the funny in-jokes, the warmth, the heart, that made the first issue so much fun.   Petty fights between child-versions of Avengers and the X-Men are the best, especially with Young writing and illustrating.  

 

I'm off to read issue three.   

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review 2017-08-30 23:44
I'm rereading this series for apparently one panel of Black Bolt
Giant-Size Little Marvel: AvX (2015) #1 (Giant-Size Little Marvel- AvX (2015)) - Skottie Young,Skottie Young

Worth it.   This is Skottie Young's take on AvX: all the heroes are children and they're fighting over things like burnt toys, and who gets the new twins in town X-Men or Avengers.   It's adorable, and it sidesteps all the real reasons the Avengers versus X-Men were really fighting: to save the world, because they thought they knew what was best, the same reasons as ever, really. 

 

Still, you'd think the lack of tension would hurt this title, but it only adds to my delight.   How wonderful to see these childish version of these heroes.   Young take every opportunity he can to make a bad pun, or throw in a reference to the heroes origins stories, that he can, too, and this adds another layer to the storyline.  

 

There's enough warmth and humor that I end up caring about this silly little street fight, even knowing what it was really based on, and how serious those issues of freedom versus safety were, and still are. 

 

Love, love, love this series.   

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review 2017-07-21 19:27
Rocket and I go waaay back
FCBD: Rocket Raccoon - Joe Caramagna,Adam Archer,Skottie Young

When I was young, in grade school, I read the first Rocket mini-series, so the reast of you are late to the bloody party.

 

This adventure was quite fun and entertaining.  With quite a few twists.

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