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New Avengers #25

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

In 7 months, time runs out! The end has begun, a new Cabal has risen and the final and fatal Incursion may be on the horizon.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Chuck's Comic Of The Day

    It’s a vast tapestry being rolled out here, detailed and challenging to follow. Not at all designed for new readers – but I suspect long-time fans, and those who have been following along since Hickman began his run will love it.

  • 85


    New Avengers #25 is a rock solid comic. This story is growing more complex and enjoyable as Hickman unravels the mysteries of what the hell has happened over the past 8 months, and the whole situation is very exciting for Avengers fans. I have questions that I want answered right now, and I will admit Hickman has got me hook, line and sinker. I highly recommend Avengers fans grab this comic.

  • 80

    Comics: The Gathering

    New Avengers #25 continues this series’ revitalized momentum with Time Runs Out. It has now begun to closely intersect with the events of Avengers and reading both series is a requirement at this point. It’s a phenomenal series with high concept ideas, poignant situations and amazing character drama. Issue #25 takes a look into what the Illuminati have been up recently without delving straight into their doings. There’s a new sense of mystery created, leaving me eager to read the forthcoming issues. It’s a slow burn, but greatness can’t be rushed.

  • 80


    Kev Walker is back on art this week after a stellar showing from Valerio Schiti last month. Walker’s work has varied in quality on this series, sometimes seeming rushed and often suffering from flat coloring. While Walker’s faces are a little angular and distorted to meet the tone oft he script, in general his work boasts more life and energy than we’ve seen lately.

  • 60

    Comic Vine

    This will all likely make sense by the end of the arc, or even series, but this issue as it now stands is merely good. This is still a story arc with an absolute tone of potential still excited for what may be coming in this title, but Id also be lying if I said I wasnt disappointed after how stellar the last issue was that this one backslid on both emotional impact and the sense of time and place. The art is still amazing and the concepts are, at the very least, interesting enough to keep me coming back, but this is a definite bump in the road.

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