Avengers Assemble #23.INH

Event\Storyline: Inhumanity Writer: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Warren Ellis Artist: Matteo Buffagni Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 29, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
8.0Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

INHUMANITY TIE-IN!
• While tracking the toxic Dr. Covington, the education of SPIDER-GIRL takes a horrific turn: she must hero under the tutelage of the THE CURMUDGEONLY AVENGER: WOLVERINE!
• The INHUMAN that the AVENGERS seek has unique ability--one that, in the wrong hands, could change everything!
• WARREN ELLIS (AVENGERS: ENDLESS WARTIME) once again joins KELLY SUE DECONNICK (CAPTAIN MARVEL) in a delightfully demented dance through the Avengers roster.

  • 8.0
    ScienceFiction.com - Ben Silverio Feb 1, 2014

    Anyway, I'm really bummed that we're two issues away from this title ending because I love the way DeConnick writes the Spider Ladies. Maybe one day when she has time, she could work on a Spider Fam book featuring Jess, Anya, Natasha, and maybe even Mayday or Ben Reilly. But until it's gone, I'll definitely be enjoying 'Avengers Assemble'. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Kelly Thompson Feb 3, 2014

    In DeConnick, Ellis, Buffagni and Woodard's hands, Anya is a character I would follow to any book and it suddenly feels like a crime that she doesn't have one. But such is the power of the right creative team writing a character they're fond of -- magic can happen, even in an otherwise inconsequential book. "Avengers Assemble" #23.INH is a great example of how fun simple superhero books can be in the hands of people who enjoy writing fun superheroes. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Spectrum - Shawn Hoklas Feb 7, 2014

    The art by Matteo Buffagni is a nice fit for the story as well as the characters with his clean, yet detailed line. Spider-Girl looks the age she is, adding to her endearment. Many times younger female characters can look older than they are based on the artist drawing them. Not so here. He's also able to draw the action scenes well, pulling back when the story calls for those great dialogue moments, using some slightly exaggerated facial expressions to sell the scene. Overall, this issue and this storyline has been such a pleasant surprise. I'm now hoping that we'll get to see more of this character as it just goes to show that with the right creator, there's really no such thing as a bad character. Read Full Review

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