Dark Avengers #182

Dark Avengers #182

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Neil Edwards Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 17, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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IT HAD TO HAPPEN – THE DARK AVENGERS V. THE THUNDERBOLTS!But who can the Thunderbolts call on to knock down the Dark Avengers? THE ORIGINAL JUGGERNAUT, CAIN MARKO!

  • 8.6
    Outer Realm Comics - Kieran_Frost Nov 1, 2012

    Jeff Parker, I'm sorry for doubting you!!! This issue was GOLD!!! From the amazing, concise first two pages, as Boss Cage's character leaps forward in characterisation, while Moonstone manipulates and lies, Centurius unravels the best solutions, and Hyde adds self-indulgent humour. Magnificent. This arc was slow burning (an understatement) BUT what a pay-off. Add to that having various heroes guest-star to solve this world shattering issue (and give it that feeling of necessary 'oomph'); it was a conclusion to be proud of. Bring on the next issue: something tells me it's gonna be an emotional one! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Population Go - Population Go Staff Oct 22, 2012

    It is a shame that Kev Walker and Declan Shalvey aren't around to see the finale of their long-running storyline, but Neil Edwards' contributions to this series are well on their way to being just as good. Apart from one unfortunate incident with Iron Man's arm and a lack of perspective, Edwards' art is excellent. There's a gritty feel to the proceedings that puts the 'dark' in Dark Avengers.Ever since Thunderbolts became Dark Avengers, this series has been building to this point. Every plot thread that has been dangling since even before the name change are tied together in this issue, with only a few little footnotes to deal with in the coming one. Whatever this title is called, it continues to be perhaps the best and most consistent book with 'Avengers' in its name. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Oct 24, 2012

    A title concluding against its will never looks pretty, and although Parker tries to be as graceful about it as he can, it's obvious he's not quite as in control of his story as he'd like to be. I have no intention of seeing this cancellation play out to the end. Dropped. Read Full Review

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