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New Avengers #24

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Comicscore Index
Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.

Extra-sized issue! In 8 months, time runs out!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
35 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B00ZQ133W0

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Spectrum

    Hickman’s writing of Namor and Doom is the highlight of the book as their personalities are perfectly showcased, each acting exactly how you’d expect them to, with some nice moments as Namor realizes how much things have spiraled out of his control. As exciting as this single issue was, we still haven’t seen just how it got to this place. There’s so much more story to be told which makes my anticipation of future issues even greater. New Avengers is a “must read” for me, I’m all in on this storyline.

  • 100

    Comic Vine

    This is actually a great jump-on point, though if you can get it and last issue I highly recommend going for it. I have absolutely no idea where this story could be going, but this has been an incredible introduction. A highlight of Hickmans run on New Avengers has been having absolutely no idea what comes next for several issues, making it not only suspenseful, but incredibly gripping.

  • 92

    IGN

    While Hickman’s other Avengers book still has some hurdles to cross as it explores the new Marvel landscape, New Avengers is already back to firing on all cylinders.

  • 90

    Comics: The Gathering

    New Avengers #24 was an amazing issue. The phenomenal character moments, grandiose scale and killer dialogue meshed into what is one of Jonathan Hickman’s best Avengers issues to date.

  • 90

    Henchman-4-Hire

    I realize now that Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers/New Avengers saga is what all these Big Event comics should be (Infinity notwithstanding). Hickman has created a marvelously complex challenge and has thrown all our favorite characters into several no-win situations, masterfully guiding them as they make difficult decision after difficult decision. He may have started awkwardly, and he has more than a few weird ideas in play, but especially in the pages of New Avengers, I feel Hickman is crafting a truly glorious epic.

  • 90

    Chuck's Comic Of The Day

    This epic tale continues to build, and while it’s not a story for kids, it’s one that promises a big pay-off – eventually.

  • 90

    Comicosity

    This may very well be the most brutal Avengers issue to date and yet it’s bewitching to watch a world of beloved characters crumble so gracefully. I’ve been on the edge of my seat since this series began and like a certain character begs Thanos for mercy this issue, I’m begging Hickman for more, literal, world-breaking revelations.

  • 90

    Comic Book Herald

    With great artwork and great writing, Time Runs Out is turning out to be far more exciting than Marvel’s past events. If I have one problem with issue, it’s that we did not get to see much of what has happened during the 8 month gap. Similar to Avengers 35, it’s building up mystery by not letting the audience know what all the other characters know, especially if we would have seen the events of the gap period. Small problems aside, this is a fantastic issue setting up a big story that’s going to explode very soon.

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