Uncanny Avengers

Uncanny Avengers

Vol. 1, The Red Shadow

Book - 2013
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The Marvel Universe's greatest era starts NOW! as the all-new, all-different Avengers assemble! Captain America creates a sanctioned Avengers unit comprised of Avengers and X-Men, humans and mutants working together. The Red Skull has returned - straight out of the 1940s and full of hatred - and his rebirth will alter the Marvel Universe forever. As Rogue and Scarlet Witch find themselves trapped on the Isle of the Red Skull's S-Men, Wolverine and Captain America investigate the worldwide mutant assassination epidemic. Collecting: Uncanny Avengers 1-4
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, c2013
ISBN: 9780785168447
Call Number: TEEN GN REME v.1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Red shadow


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Dec 03, 2014

Unintentionally funny. I think the writer was probably 12 - it would explain a lot.

Jun 11, 2014

I've been checking out a lot of recent Marvel compendiums lately and I left this one pretty low on the list expecting just another cheesy crossover.

Wrong! In terms of sheer quality and enjoyment this might have been the best of the bunch, or at least equivalent to the Whedon run on Astonishing X-Men.

If, like Hugh Jackman, you dream of a big-screen X-Men/Avengers mash-up that will never be this is the closest you're likely to get, with an able assist by a resurgent Red Skull who acts as a truly diabolical villain (no exaggeration, here: the visions and manipulations he uses on Our Heroes are downright demonic!). Can't wait to read vol. 2!

KateHillier May 14, 2014

Professor X is dead. Cyclops is locked up. Captain America feels bad the the Avengers haven't helped the X-Men out enough. Behold! The Avengers/X-Men fusion team. Our Avengers line up is Thor and Captain America and we later have Superboy and Wasp join up. Our X-Men representatives are Scarlet Witch, Rogue, Wolverine, and Havoc. What a clash of personalities and histories here. That factors a lot here but not as much as the return (!) of Red Skull who is now even more dangerous thanks to an unthinkable enhancement. Really. It's not cool at all.

The story is a little ridiculous in the endearing way that comic stories can be but I'm curious to see what lies ahead, personnel wise and plot wise

Sep 08, 2013

Rick Remender. John Cassaday. With the B team being Olivier Copiel? How can this be bad?? This is a keeper if for nothing else just to check out the gorgeous art as well as following the audacious story. I wondered how a 1940s Red Skull returning - which just sounds like a villain retread - could be interesting. Well, it is that, and then some.


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