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Savage Avengers #9

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

In the year 2099, humanity has fallen against Ultron’s Machine Empire — and the Savage Avengers are the latest casualties!

Now on the run from an army of super-powered cyborgs, Punisher 2099 and Deathlok must put aside their differences if they hope to stop Ultron from reshaping the future into his own terrifying image.

Can the Savage Avengers regain some sliver of humanity before it’s too late, or will Marvel’s most dangerous heroes become the deadliest predators of tomorrow?

Plus: the last stand of Doom 2099!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
25 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Savage Avengers #9 is exceptional. It’s a comic that is always traveling at 100mph, with the highest of stakes and the most ridiculous of fight scenes. But there is still a heart within these issues, filled with sacrifice and heroism. Characters that are brought in to be awesome end up being cared about, even amid the chaos
  • 90

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    SAVAGE AVENGERS #9 has the unfortunate distinction of following up the most intense and shocking issue of a consistently high quality series. But being a relatively quieter and somewhat more predictable issue isn’t a letdown. The slightly less intense pace also allows for greater anticipation ahead of the promised endgame. And this issue still lives up to the overall standard the series has set.
  • 80

    Lotusland Comics

    'Savage Avengers' continues to be an ambitious, crowd-pleasing, time-traveling, struggle for survival that reveals the hearts of reluctant heroes willing to do whatever it takes to save the time stream. Underneath all the awe-inspiring action is the core of what makes these Avengers so special and why the best Marvel book doesn't have to have so-called A-listers to be a winner. 'Savage Avengers' proves its worth month after month with another solid issue.
  • 80

    Marvel Heroes Library

  • 60

    This book is very much larger than life and sometimes it suffers for that, but it's still a solid read if you can invest the energy to follow all the threads.

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