Avengers #6 Legacy 696: Capsule Review

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Title: Avengers #6 Legacy 696

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Jason Aaron

Art: Paco Medina & Ed McGuinness

Inkers: Juan Vlasco with Mark Morales & Karl Story

Colorist: David Curiel

Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit

Cover: Ed McGuiness; Mark Morales & Jason Keith

Review: ★★★★☆

Take note that the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have gone Shogun. Iron Man, Thor, She-Hulk and Ghost Rider are as nearly as huge as the Celestials they are trying to defeat. The remaining members are playing back up and mopping up the living virus that started the situation and actually the human race. Jason Aaron has shown us from the beginning the cosmic ramifications that this story encompasses. Through unity we see how the Marvel Universe is tied together. We get see a giant Ghost Rider bonded with the other Avengers in one spectacular page. This story line meant to return the Avengers to greatness. A return of the “Big Three” if you will. I believe Aaron has championed this all too well. The art team of Medina and McGuiness has brought the scope of the story to a proper “Avengers scale. More importantly they have given us the villain we need in Loki. This particular run on the Avengers is a strong one and worth the price of admission. I can’t to see what comes next.

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