Secret Avengers #10

Secret Avengers #10

Writer: Ales Kot Artist: Michael Walsh Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 26, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
8.2Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

•  Trace the clues back to Secret Avengers #1. The sentence above means something.
•  The true mastermind of the decay at the center of the Secret Avengers initiative is revealed. But then again -- is there just one?
•  Hawkeye and Coulson face off.
Rated T+

  • 9.5
    Nerds Unchained - Connor Frigon Dec 1, 2014

    Walsh did the art for every issue of the series since it launched, which is no mean feat in the era of the fill-in artist. Secret Avenger #10 may be his best work yet. His storytelling is crystal clear on every page. His characters look wearier than usual, like theyve been pushed to the edge and everything is going to hell. Matthew Wilsons colours are the strongest they've been for this series. The story might be barreling towards its conclusion, but the Secret Avengers creative team isstriving to make things bigger and better Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Tony 'G-Man' Guerrero Nov 26, 2014

    SECRET AVENGERS is my favorite Avengers title. There's been some wacky situations from the different missions and Ales Kot is now showing how they're connected. It's a great feeling seeing how the story is being fleshed out into a bigger picture. The unfortunate thing is it gives this issue a jumping around feel. Michael Walsh's art remains consistently superb. He captures the different characters with ease and always mixes up the perspective and panel layouts to keep the issue fresh. If you haven't been reading this series, do yourself a favor and pick up the back issues and trade. The fact that SECRET AVENGERS is so good should not be a secret. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Doom Rocket - Molly Jane Kremer Dec 1, 2014

    Furthering the book's plot might have been a better choice than more snappy back-and-forth, but thankfully artist Michael Walsh excels in making even a typical interrogation scene have resonance and tension. Matthew Wilson's colors reliably stand out and add to that intensity, contrasting all-red panels between the beige dinginess of an interrogation room. The scenes between Coulson and Hawkeye at the end are the issue's visual highlight, with eye-catching rain-filled panels within a limited palette of muddied greys. While the issue itself may be a slow point within the series, Secret Avengers still manages to be intelligent, absurdly humorous, and an overall enjoyable read. Read Full Review

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