Avengers #60

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Kieron Dwyer Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
8.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

World Trust, Part 4: Chaos & Order
It's the extra-sized conclusion to "World Trust"!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 8, 2002

    Johns' Avengers women are intelligent, confident and powerful heroes. Wanda--thankfully free of all her gypsy garbage--steps out into the open, orates and then decisively hexes the hell out of one of the antagonists. Shulkie creams one of the bad guys after making clever commentary in an earlier scene. The Wasp acts like a leader: motivating the reluctant heroes of the group and stinging like her namesake. Even Ms. Marvel is blasting away and in the thick of battle. One of the best issues in Johns' run. One of the best issues in the series. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 1, 2002

    I'm a bit annoyed by the idea that this issue was bumped into the higher price range without supplying the extra pages to justify this jump, as I ended up paying an extra $2 for six pages of art. The story also felt rather hurried, as we get one of those ending that I've come to dislike, as the villain gets away, and everything is instantly returned to status quo with a wave of the hand. Now I'll concede that Geoff John has shown a strong understanding of these characters, and while some of the dialogue in this issue felt rather stilted, and frankly a bit dumbed down, there are moments that displayed a wonderful understanding of the characters, such as the opening sequence the explores the Falcon's past, or the scene where the relationship between the Scarlet Witch & the Vision is discussed. Geoff Johns also ends the book on a couple high notes, as I'm extremely curious what request has been made of the Avengers, and the situation with Jack of Hearts looks like it's going to provide an Read Full Review

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