Mighty Avengers

Mighty Avengers

Vol. 1, No Single Hero

Book - 2014
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"Luke Cage! The Superior Spider-Man! Spectrum! White Tiger! The new Power Man! And more! These unlikely heroes must assemble in the face of Infinity when no one else can! But when Promixa Midnight begins destroying New York City one block at a time, Cage's ad-hoc Avengers might not be able to stop her-- and the one hero who can is at the bottom of the sea! Blue Marvel joins the fight, the Ebony Maw makes his move, a new Ronin is born...and who in the heck is Spider Hero? Plus: the mystery of the Cortex Corporation!"-- Unedited summary from the book.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780785188742
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Land, Greg - Artist
Alternative Title: No single hero


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Aug 28, 2017

I know very little about Land and Ewing (the creators of the Mighty Avengers). I do know about Spiderman, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Falcon. Spiderman, a character I know has lost my respect: I was not sure if Peter Parker was just depicted as a racist or if Peter Parker genuinely distrusted Luke Cage and the Mighty Avengers; either way, Spiderman went down in my book on my list as a decent Super Hero. I always liked Miles Morales better anyway.

So who has become my new favorite Marvel Female Heroine? Spectrum who is described as Living Light, Living Power is a force to reckon with. She should have her own movie soon. She has a long way to go though especially since Black Diaspora characters like Storm (Ororo), Black Panther, and Luke Cage are just now getting attention (it is the year 2017). If any Black Female Heroine gets attention then it will be Misty Knight as she is growing in the Marvel Universe. Idie Okonkwo is a close second. Another force to reckon with is Blue Marvel-he should have his own show or comic soon too. Marvel is doing a better job than DC in depicting minority heroes and men and women from marginalized communities, so I do prefer Marvel over DC but I honestly think Blue Marvel and Spectrum deserve more attention in mainstream Marvel Comics Fan circles.

So what scene had me jumping for joy? I loved it when Jessica Jones punched the living snot out of Peter Parker. I hope that Peter Parker and the Mighty Avengers get along in part 2 or 3 of this graphic novel series. Even though Parker was a complete and total A-hole.

Feb 26, 2015

Gotta be honest: the plot is ok, the script is ok, but it is Greg Land who makes this worth a read.


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