Avengers #21

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jason Masters Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 10, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 16
7.6Critic Rating
7.9User Rating

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The war is over, and Earth's Mightiest Heroes are looking to celebrate. That's right, there's a party at Avengers Mountain! But who invited the Squadron Supreme of America?
Rated T+

  • 8.5
    On Comics Ground - Marcus Freeman Jul 10, 2019

    The Avengers' enemies are gearing for an attack as the Avengers recover from War of The Realms. Black Panther and Captain America are weary of the next strike, but the rest of the heroes are happy to have some time off. The Avengers must continue to be weary of threats from this world and beyond. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - Jim Werner Jul 10, 2019

    This was a nice issue to come out of the War of the Realms with. Part cool down, part setup and part character study, Jason Aaron is moving forward and I am looking forward to seeing what we get coming up. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Charlie Ridgely Jul 10, 2019

    That's what makes this book so solid, its ability to bring these different pieces together for a coherent and enjoyable experience. Plus, any comic with all of the Avengers goofing off in a hot tub gets bonus points in my book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Black Nerd Problems - Brandon Lawrence Jul 14, 2019

    She Hulk wants Blade's D, and I'm totally with it. A double Jason team brings us Avengers #21. The War of the Realms is won and done, so the Avengers are relaxing. Kind of. Except Black Panther; he's putting in that work always. Funny enough, the comic starts with the big three just like the first issue of Jason Aaron's run. Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor are in a hot spring…naked. Thor's playing with his hammer (the innuendo is definitely addressed), Stark is remotely cleaning up with only his helmet on, and Rogers hides America's ass from innocent eyes with his shield. Blade flirts with She Hulk on his way to handle the newly relocated Dracula, and we get a special insight of Walters' mid-Hulk thought process. While interpreting Blade's running game, her thought bubbles reveal a very lucid Jennifer grappling with the situation before a "Hulk-speak response". Meanwhile, the new Ghost Rider and Captain Marvel are fishing for monster sharks while she gives him a good 'ol pep Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - Christopher Franey Jul 10, 2019

    Fun issue with some much deserved down time for the Avengers. Deep looks into the thoughts of the team members, lots of bonding, and some foreshadowing before we get into the next arc, "Challenge of the Ghost Riders." Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Comic Watch - John Jack Jul 16, 2019

    A fun issue that kind of matters even if you didn't read the War of the Realms (so glad I'm almost done typing that forever) next issue GHOST RIDERS IN HELL (allegedly). Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Multiversity Comics - Alexander Jones Jul 15, 2019

    "Avengers" #21 is an enjoyable, character-focused diversion and a great place to jump onto Aaron's run. Read Full Review

  • 6.8
    Sequential Planet - Steven Martinez Jul 14, 2019

    Avengers (2018-) #21 doesn't introduce any new story elements, and goes over previous and future happenings. There's some funny moments, but mostly is just a re-cap of the story and where the characters are. The art is good, but doesn't entirely match some of the story. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Jul 10, 2019

    The issue pulls things forward for all of the characters with a degree of wit but without much flair. Ghost Rider granting a watercraft Speedboat From Hell qualities aside, a bunch of characters lounging around isnt a terribly engaging way to frame the inner lives of the characters. The conflict between Black Panther, Coulson and a matching set of Nick Fury L.M.D.s would be interesting if it were allowed to cover more of the issue, which seems to be trying to cram too much into a single installment without finding a way to bring it across dynamically. Read Full Review

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