Hallelujah, it’s raining skulls — Red Skulls, that is!
With an unending swarm of Red Skull LMDs on the loose, the Avengers have one last chance to turn the tide before they’re completely overwhelmed — even if that means teaming up with the original Red Skull to do it.
Dive right in, dear reader, and get swept away by the action!
You Don't Read ComicsIt’s difficult to tell how long Landy could keep the current format going before it starts to feel boring and repetitive. The action sequences playing out in the first three issues of the series maintain great momentum and gain a great deal of momentum simply by staging compelling action sequences. The plot that Landy has tying them all together is just extra.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: A thrilling and entertaining story that has a compelling mystery at its center that engages me to keep reading. Landy brings some great character moments throughout the issue and the dynamic between the teams makes you appreciate them even more. I love the unknown nature of the threat they are facing and the voice guiding them does a great job of building tension. The Art: Land delivers some beautiful art throughout the issue. The imagery is beautifully detailed and visually thrilling.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsThis comic has all the favorite core characters of the Avengers and each is well highlighted in action as well as dialogue. I certainly appreciate the action portion of every issue that has baited us thus far. I am anxious to see who or what is pulling the strings behind the time gaps. As an Avengers reader, you’ll want to get in on the ground floor of All Out Avengers. You won’t regret it!
Marvel Heroes Library
ComicBook.comThe only point of interest in All-Out Avengers is the continuing teasers that each of these one-and-done climaxes is part of a grander conspiracy and adventure. Yet there's nothing for readers to concern themselves with in a larger adventure lacking any clear characters, stakes, or even basic elements of plot. The promise of another world-threatening catastrophe after watching Disney-fied, generic versions of the Avengers tackle such a thing in each issue is uncompelling, to say the least.