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Dark Avengers (2009) #14

Dark Avengers (2009) #14

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SIEGE BLOCKBUSTER TIE-IN!! The secrets of the Sentry are revealed but is it too late? Is this a hero reborn or a eulogy? The most pivotal moment in this controversial character's life yet is here, and how it affects the siege on Asgard will leave you breathless. Rated T ...$3.99
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 5960606630-01411
  • FOC Date: Jan 28, 2010
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LOL, Director Osbourne got sent to fat camp! Harsh. And that was just the preview, can't wait to read the rest!


Strange book, this. The whole series is almost perfection, despite the annoying Sentry character. Quite an incredible run and like I have intimated, this series is a good example of how great the comics medium can be when you marry excellent plot lines, dead on dialogue, progressive characterisation and detailed artwork/colouring. Wish there were many more such series. Avengers vs X-Men kindly take note !


Osborn is one of my favorite villians and the way he controls has a very similiarity in the real life.


Sentry seems to want the world to believe he has a one track mind.This issue shows that that is not the case.That his mind is the source of his power means that the human minds potential at 10% is equal to a honey mooners episode.

lloyd_yayo member

cool issue. norman actually saved the world ha


im got confused how does this story start

newworldmike member

Once again, what you see on the cover (a Watchman homage?) does not occur anywhere in the book. It doesn't really help that Norman Osborne or Sentry are far from my favorite character list. It also does not help that the only real Seige tie in is the mention of Asgard invasion plans. Finally, Deodato is taking the dark in the title very literally because there are tons of shadows throughout the artwork. The visual design of the book appear to be all about shadow play, which is appropriate given the nature of the title.Overall, the character stuff at the beginning is interesting, but the rest is treading water to get to the crossover. Quote of the book: 'I'm going to kill you in your sleep\


Where this Series starts?Is it all digitalized?

darthdad plus member

Pretty good issue. I stopped reading Marvel print books montyly (except FF and Cap) around this time so it's good to get caught up.


This looks very dark and avengery.