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    Reviews - The Avengers - #151

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A clip episode that made sense. - longthorn
One-thing teams like the Avengers have that people have come to accept is the change in order. This issue especially took an in-depth look at the process of what it was to form a new version of the Avengers. Top it off with the fact that this issue brought back Wonderman. I really miss these days of comics because we have lost something special in today’s comics. Instead of waiting and wondering Marvel dilutes the pond by creating a dozen versions monthly of the same team so there is no worry to who can be a member when everyone is. I miss those simpler times when it was something special to be an Avenger. It’s funny how in the movies they keep things simple and make billions yet Marvel complicates things and wonder why readership is down. Maybe it’s not just the digital revolution maybe it’s what they read isn’t worth the money you want to pay. I rate this comic worth more then what I paid for it plus four stars!




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