Avengers Assemble, Vol. 2

Avengers Assemble Vol The European country of Slorenia is dead Every man woman and child eliminated with the cold precision of a machine And out of the flaming remnants of this tiny Baltic state comes a message from its

  • Title: Avengers Assemble, Vol. 2
  • Author: Kurt Busiek Jerry Ordway John Francis Moore
  • ISBN: 9780785117735
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The European country of Slorenia is dead Every man, woman, and child eliminated with the cold precision of a machine And out of the flaming remnants of this tiny Baltic state comes a message from its murderer Mankind s days are numbered because Ultron has returned He or it is one of the Avengers oldest, most implacable foes, menacing humanity countless times ButThe European country of Slorenia is dead Every man, woman, and child eliminated with the cold precision of a machine And out of the flaming remnants of this tiny Baltic state comes a message from its murderer Mankind s days are numbered because Ultron has returned He or it is one of the Avengers oldest, most implacable foes, menacing humanity countless times But never before has Ultron been this dangerous, this deadly Now, he stands on the brink of committing global genocide, and rebuilding Earth in his own robotic images Our only hope is a desperate U.N strike on Slorenia, led by the Avengers themselves But will it be in time Will the strength and courage of Earth s Mightiest Heroes be enough in the face of such overwhelming evil For the sake of the world, it will have to be Plus When you re an Avenger, you re one of Earth s Mightiest Heroes the first line of defense against the dangers no conventional foe could halt, the threats no ordinary man could withstand Threats including Dominex, Lord Templar, Pagan, and the Thunderbolts Collects Avengers 12 22, No No 0 and Annual 1999.

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    1. The new era roared forward for Avengers. The Avengers clashed with the Thunderbolts, the former Masters of Evil trying to be heroes, now led by Hawkeye, until the threat of an alien robot united them. As Firestar meshed well with the team, Justice felt more out of place. A brief reunion with the New Warriors had Justice wanting to revert to his old team, just as Firestar truly embraced being an Avenger. Wonder Man and Vision’s “fraternal” bond became a sticking point as Wonder Man and Scar [...]

    2. I was expecting a lot more from this second volume of Avengers Assemble. While it's true that it contains a very good Ultron arc where the Avengers have to face a deadly foe who has no qualms about destroying full nations to increase his power and it forces them to accept and deal with their responsibility in creating Ultron, the heroes bounce back as soon as the big battle is over. There is no trace left of their internal struggles. The MCU is doing this far better. Apparently resolution seems [...]

    3. Good, 'proper', Avengers fun, with strong interpersonal dynamics, distinct and unique voices, a combination of individual storylines and group threats, and of course, wham-bam fight action that occurs as the result of narrative build-up and doesn't just exist for the sake of padding out a few pages.If you were looking for a 'How-To' guide for writing a super-team comic book, this would come close to being the one. Busiek deftly handles a variety of discreet personalities and motivations, and cle [...]

    4. To be honest, a lot of this volume is in the "forgettable" or "just okay" spectrum of this run. Busiek's opening crossover with Thunderbolts is okay, but there's some wobbly decision-making involving moving Hawkeye over to that team. And the less said about the plodding Jerry Ordway written/drawn Wrecking Crew vs. Arkon story, the better.However, it closes out with one of the best Ultron stories ever, at least until Annihilation Conquest came along. Ultron is creepy, powerful and scary, and the [...]

    5. Muy divertidas las historias contenidas en este tomo, tienen un "gusto" clásico que queda muy bien y las dinámicas entre los personajes ganan terreno. Los lápices de Pérez, excelentes como siempre, y la historia "Ultrón Ilimitado" se lleva todos mis aplausos.

    6. These popped up cheap for Kindle a while ago, and I grabbed the whole series. Busiek's run on Avengers is a favorite, but I haven't sat with this particular set of issues since their initial release.In this second volume, it feels like Busiek's finally starting to put a mark on the stories, instead of writing a perpetual fan letter to the Roger Stern Avengers of the 70's. The real fun in this volume comes in the Ultron story. It took twenty issues and and Ordway fill in story, but this is where [...]

    7. This had a LOT of prologue and took a lot of building up but the conclusion, to me at least, was worth it. The Ultron arc at the volume's end was excellent. Really pushed the characters to their limits and had some shockingly dark ideas built in. I thought the horror of and revulsion at Slorenia could have been stronger (à la Paris in Fear Itself) but overall the Ultron arc was superb. It took a little while to get there but it was, as far as I'm concerned, worth it.

    8. Kurt Busiek has long been one of my favorite writers, and his run on Avengers is a good example of his work. He excels at pulling out the humanity in the characters, hero, villain or supporting cast, and showing them as being real beings with flaws, ambitions, skills, and everything else that makes somebody a complete being. However, while he excels at bringing out the humanity in characters he doesn't forget that the book is a super hero story, and as such need super heroics. Too many others fo [...]

    9. An improvement over Busiek's first volume. This one starts much the same, with shouting 90s villains in skull-and-chain bedecked outfits as well as a pretty formulaic trip to Arkon's warrior world of Polemachus, which once again needs Earth's heroes to rescue it from turmoil.After that, though, we move into a good--and horrific--Ultron story, which has the robot madman depopulating a made-up Eastern European nation in his bid to convert Earth to a robot utopia. Ultron is ruthless, and the Avenge [...]

    10. One of my favorite eras of the Avengers, the installments here with Kurt Busiek and George Perez at the tops of their game are marvelous, both the cross-over with the Thunderbolts and the "ultimate" Ultron tale -- with the continued plotting of the Triune Understanding in the background feeling a bit contrived, but still enjoyable. Busiek is busy doing something interesting with every Avenger here, character-wise, including bits that won't pay off for many, many months. Perez, in turn, takes gen [...]

    11. Probably would have gotten 5 stars if not for the terrible fill-in issues by Jerry Ordway halfway through the book, which were basically directionless and threw together a load of random characters for no reason. This volume also contains Ultron Unlimited, which is the best Ultron story I've ever read, as well as the continuing adventures of everyone's favourite dysfunctional couple, Vision and Scarlet Witch. A great collection of great stories, just a little blip in the middle that prevents it [...]

    12. Perché 4 stelle e non 5?Solo perché alcune storie non sono di Perez, ma di Ordway, che è bravo ma non eccezionale.In questa raccolta vi è anche l'annual disegnato da Leonardo Manco, che a me piace parecchio ma trovo poco adatto alle storie classiche di super eroi mentre è perfetto per storie a tinte cupe, horror, realistiche e western. Ma questa raccolta contiene anche il ciclo Ultron Unlimited, quindi se non lo avete già letto, non potete perdervela.

    13. Character-driven, spectacular and occasionally over-stuffed. Surprisingly full volume that begins unevenly but ends with one of the best Ultron comics ever. Also has a super villain stealing a pastry.

    14. Another big volume. Some nice character moments in this that seem to be more important than the baddies to me. There's Ultron, and that is a good storyline. I also like the introduction of Firestar and Justice to the team. A good read.

    15. The Ultron story is really super awesome and gets the "overcoming" aspect of Marvel characterization really well. Triathlon, however, is a stupid boring face.

    16. Really loved it. Another Ultron story but it was great. Ultron kills an entire country, not quite as graphic and intense as the Black Adam storyline in 52/WWIII but captivating nonetheless.

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