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New Avengers Finale (2010) #1

New Avengers Finale (2010) #1

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In the wake of SIEGE, an ALL NEW shocking conclusion to the landmark NEW AVENGERS series. NEW AVENGERS is coming to an end...but not without a bang. For the first time ever, series regular Brian Bendis teams up with the superstar artist that reinvented team books for this generation...Bryan Hitch. The entirety of the Marvel landscape has changed and many Avengers do not know their place in it. But before they can move on, some very important loose ends need to be tied up. A.K.A. it's payback time!! All this and a bevy of super star artists stop by to pay tribute to the work they made famous over the course of this top-selling book. One-Shot/Rated A ...$4.99
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  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $4.99
  • UPC: 5960607181-00111
  • FOC Date: Apr 22, 2010
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calecp01 member

The end to such a great series deserved some prettier artwork, guess everyone was burnt out from Siege.

da_skeptic member

I have to agree Don't know about best series of all time, but definitely the best Avengers series of all time

timothyross member

I thought this series and this one shot were AWESOME! !! not only the best avengers series but one of the best series period. Bendis has always been an amazing talent and this in my opinion was his best work. great job done by all.

newworldmike member

So...the Civil War comes full circle in this one shot winding up the New Avengers series. The story is fairly predictable with some nice fight sequences showcasing Ms. Marvel along the way. The return of a former member was also pretty by the numbers and is given away by the cover anyway. Bryan Hitch's normally elegant art seemed rushed and sloppy in some areas, esp. in the faces, normally one of his strong points. Maybe it was deadlines?Overall, it's a good book for completionists or Ms. Marvel fans, but it really could have been told in the regular series and did not need a special edition. Quote of the book: People always forget I can do that.