NEW AVENGERS DISSASEMBLED PART 1 After being called upon to hunt down his fellow heroes who are in defiance of the Registration Act, Cap goes underground and, with the help of his former partner, the Falcon, begins to form a resistance movement.
If anyone else had drawn this issue, and done a decent job, I might have graded this issue . But Chaykins one of the best; Hes set a high standard for his work. And hes too good to make simple mistakes like cluttered panels and cockeyed characters. Nevertheless, this is a vital issue in the Civil War crossover. It gives a disturbing but necessary insight into the mind of comics greatest patriot forced to fight the country he loves. Read Full Review
If all four parts of this arc are as self-contained as this, then were in for a less coherent disassembling (disassemblage?) of the team than Id hoped for. However, the concentration on a single character gives Bendis the chance to flex his characterisation muscles a lot more effectively, and as such, these issues might be some of the most significant yet for that exact reason. Non-Civil War followers will be likely to be left cold by the storyline, which assumes a lot of prior knowledge on the part of the reader, but such complaints will surely only affect a minority of the titles readership. Like Civil War: Front Line, this is another solid satellite title to the core Civil War book. Just dont expect a fantastic story in its own right. Read Full Review
I found New Avengers #21 to be flat and rather uninspiring. Nothing new happened in this issue. It wasn't particularly interesting. I didn't find the dialogue to be enthralling. Bendis continues to un-impress me on the Avengers. Hopefully, the next issue will be more exciting. I still can't recommend the New Avengers to anyone. Read Full Review
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