Uncanny Avengers continues to be a bright spot in the Marvel landscape – ironic because the story has been a bit of a downer. Still, you have to set dire stakes to earn a meaningful payoff, and Gerry Duggan is doing a great job of getting readers excited to see what happens next. Read Full Review
We can't really call Uncanny Avengers a groundbreaking book, but the creative team deserves a lot of praise for managing to do everything extremely well. Even as single issue experience, this one doesn't disappoint. Read Full Review
While not much happened in this issue, I enjoyed the Deadpool parts and seeing how Red Skull used his newfound powers on the team. The art continues to be some of the best that Marvel is putting out and the story is interesting enough to keep me wanting more each month. Read Full Review
When this comic first started I was calling it dead on arrival. But now I honestly can say everything is shaping up nicely. Red Skull is the perfect villain for the Avengers. It's pretty awesome what happened to all the Avengers how they get manipulated by the skull. The story is fast paced the art of Larraz and Almara is on point there is nothing else to love.
This was a really fun issue. I liked seeing the creepy ways Red Skull used Xavier's power to infect the minds of the Avengers, and the battle between Cable and the Skull was interesting. The story is well plotted and the events here definitely heightened the stakes, with the Avengers about to run amok and Deadpool reloading with Wong and Spider-man. Very strong issue.
This series just keeps getting better. The art has been awesome. Loving the storyline. I don't like how there was almost no transition between this one and #18. And it also kinda ended abruptly. But the development of red skull is awesome