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Avengers #36

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Based on 4 critic ratings.

In 7 months, time runs out! The Avengers and the Illuminati are willing to go to war over what must be done – but how could this all have happened?

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Print Lenght
24 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 83


    This issue also proves more visually cohesive now that Stefano Caselli illustrates the entire story. Caselli and Hickman have formed a great team dating all the way back to Secret Warriors. Caselli’s expressive art captures both the massive scale of the story and the very real, emotional drama.

  • 80

    Comic Vine

    This is a concept issue that just happens to have some engaging, fascinating characters. While that gives the reader an emotional core, its not without its narrative flaws, but overall the writing and the art meet so well and establish such a strong emotional core, that even though I dont fully follow whats happening, Im still finding myself extremely invested. Wherever this book is going, if this quality keeps up, I can easily suggest coming along for the ride.

  • 65


    Avengers #36, despite some excellent artwork, slows the momentum of Time Runs Out and issue #35. Some of the big reveals of last issue are completely ignored and to focus on this primary storyline right out of the gate vexes me slightly. In Hickman I still trust, but I will admit this issue was a let down. It is obvious that big things are on the horizon, so I’d argue this is still a must read for Avengers fans, even for Caselli’s art alone.

  • 60


    We’re still in the future of the Avengers, and while I’ve been absolutely thrilled with Hickman’s New Avengers, he doesn’t give the regular Avengers comic as much oomph. I think it’s the choice of characters.

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