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Dark Reign: The List - Avengers (2009) #1

Dark Reign: The List - Avengers (2009) #1

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In this first in a series of spectacular one-shots, the finest writers working at Marvel are teamed up with the most sensational artists to unveil the darkest chapters in the Dark Reign! Norman Osborn, fresh from the shocking finale of Utopia, sets his sights on the rest of the Marvel Universe. He sits down and makes a list. A list of things that are wrong with the world. Things that he needs to take care of. And the list includes almost every major player in the Marvel Universe. These specials are exciting game changers for all of Marvel Comics and represent the finest talents. This first chapter has a startling confrontation between members of the New Avengers and Dark Avengers. Clint Barton fans... you are not going to want to miss this one! Plus, a preview of the upcoming Dark Reign: The List titles! One-Shot/Rated T ...$3.99
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  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 5960606910-00111
  • FOC Date: Aug 20, 2009
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da_skeptic member

I absolutely love this issue. It works on every level. The Avengers arguing amongst themselves, Ronin going off on his own playing vigilante, lying to Bobbi coz he thinks he won't make it, breaking in and getting through to Osborn via a combination of surprise, skill and luck... And ultimately falling short. He's always been a do what it takes to get it done kind of player. Fantastic artwork too. Very dark but colourful. This is Dark Reign at its best

newworldmike member

An interesting entry into The List series of one shots with Ronin/Clint Barton making the decision to cross the line and take out Norman Osborne. One thing I am missing though is, why is Ares working for Osborne? I need to find out where that tidbit got explained yet. Otherwise, we get some nice Ronin action, and the not unexpected ending drives us to the next book in the series. Unfortunately, as with most Marvel art these days, the artwork is unimpressive. The palette is very drab and boarding on sepia. If they were going for a "bad time for heroes" tone, they accomplished it. I just prefer more detail work and less reliance on shadings. A decent read, but not enough to make me pick up the rest of the series.Quote of the book: "I killed Hitler\