Still reeling from recent discoveries and a betrayal from within, the New Avengers must learn to trust one another if they are to survive the Hood's consolidation of criminal power. Plus, Deathlok guest-stars!
Overall, this issue slows down on the Avengers front (practically to standstill, if youre waiting for Skrull revelations), but it does provide some interesting character work and introduces someone who is supposed to be the next big thing, crime-wise in the Marvel Universe. I just hope that Deathlok gets to shine and isnt just used as a lumbering zombie battle-bot. Read Full Review
A little saving grace in story and art should keep you coming back for more, but Bendis and Yu have got to give us more consistency and wrap up storylines if were going to stay for a long haul. Read Full Review
New Avengers #33 continues the trend of meandering and boring reads that Bendis has trotted out each and every month for quite some time now. I imagine that if you are simply a huge Bendis fan and love everything that he puts out then you will probably dig this issue. Maybe it is just me, but Bendis has failed to give this title any direction or purpose and simply re-hashes the same dialogue and themes over and over again with each issue. Read Full Review
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