Avengers #73

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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The Search For She-Hulk, Part 2: Savage Attack
While the Avengers continue to search the globe for her, Jennifer Walters seeks the one person on Earth who can help control her transformations. Featuring the return of the most demanded Avenger of all!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 14, 2003

    This issue packs no where near the sense of excitement that I've found when the Avengers have squared off against the Hulk, as while there's some fairly major league destruction in this issue's big brawl, the simple fact of the matter is that Geoff Johns has decided that the most Avengers he could spare for this crisis is three. I mean I realize that the previous arc did a number on the Avengers line-up, but this feels a bit like a big party in which half the guests didn't even bother to show up. Now it's entirely possible that the Avengers didn't believe this encounter would turn into a fight of this magnitude, but frankly it's not nearly as much fun as it could've been, though the final page arrival of Hawkeye did a pretty fair job of amping up my personal excitement level. As for the subplot involving Ant-Man and Jack of Hearts I can honestly say that Geoff Johns has succeeded at making both these characters thoroughly unlikeable, which I guess is a step up from the active disintere Read Full Review

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