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Avengers Forever #6

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Based on 11 critic ratings.

INTRODUCING THE INVINCIBLE VIBRANIUM MAN! On an alternate Earth where Wakanda has been crushed from existence and where the Black Panther is a forgotten legend, one man known as T’Challa will forge a new legacy for himself and perhaps even hope for a planet caught in the grips of the god-slaughtering King Killmonger.

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22 pages
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11 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Fortress of Solitude

  • 88

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Avengers Forever #6 introduces a fascinating variant of the T’Challa we know, and sets up a great cliffhanger ending that will pull the other multiversal Avengers into this epic story.

  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

  • 80

    Marvel Heroes Library

  • 75


    Next stop in the multiverse is a planet on which T’Challa is rocketed away as a baby for his own safety… stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Well, fast forward a few years and we meet him again, seemingly going though a crisis of identity. All amounting to a rather duller issue than to be expected from this otherwise great new Marvel series.

  • 75

    Comics Nexus by Inside Pulse

  • 73

    Comic Watch

    Avengers Forever #6 isn’t going to melt anyone’s brain, or break new ground in sequential art storytelling. But it doesn’t have to, and it’s unfair to ask that of what’s intended to be a fun superhero romp. Ultimately, that’s what this miniseries has been do date, and continues to be with this issue. Don’t miss out on this below-the-radar gem of a series.

  • 73

    Major Spoilers

    It feels petty, but I’m bothered by the fact that the cover is intentionally misleading, but it’s a well-crafted comic with strong art and a story that works even as it puts a few too many pieces on the proverbial board.

  • 70


    Action-packed, Avengers Forever #6 is a fun read that attempts to have some depth, even if it doesn’t always succeed.

  • 61

    Geek'd Out

    I will say that Avengers Forever #6, while being an entertaining read, doesn’t exactly cover new ground as a story. The Moses analog to this T’Challa’s origin is acknowledged, but the easier comparison for a lot of superhero fans is obviously Superman. It’s a classic literary plot, so this is to be expected, but it also means that you really need to do something different with that framework to avoid comparisons to other similar derivative works.

    But that aside, it really is a fun little issue with great art by Jim Towe, whose killer Vibranium Man design is already beginning to find use in other applications and adaptations. In the multiverse of superhero oversaturation madness, Avengers Forever #6 is at least worthy of your time.

  • 60

    The multiversal Avengers has just grown by one member. In this issue, we meet the Star Panther, a dimension-hopping T’Challa tasked with killing a Killmonger clad in Destroyer armor who goes from Wakanda to Wakanda, killing T’challa as a baby and ravaging the country in his wake. It’s a cool concept, although one would think that the line of destroyed/ravaged universes is getting pretty long between Killmonger and the Multiversal Masters of Evil. This is a perfectly fine issue that continues the themes of previous chapters.

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