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The Avengers #10

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 11 critic ratings.

As the Avengers battle the Twilight Court, the mysterious Myrddin has his rival within reach.

With Kang being the only source of information the Avengers have regarding the Tribulation Events, can the Avengers save him before Myrddin strikes?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Amazon ASIN

Cover Artist

11 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    What makes Avengers #10 so entertaining is that Earth's Mightiest Heroes are barely in it. Instead, we get two different showdowns – one between a helpless Kang the Conqueror and Myrddin, and another between Thor, Scarlet Witch, and the villain Nightmare. My favorite has to be the one featuring Nightmare, as the Avengers got down to uncovering some startling truths, all while looking and sounding cool. All of this praise is given to the dynamic creative team, who have taken their years of working together to form an unstoppable juggernaut on Avengers.
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Avengers #10 steps up the storytelling. Drawn in through the action, this issue takes the time to draw the Avengers deeper into a war that appears to cross points in time and dimensions. The villains have spooked both Kang and Nightmare, which means their danger is even greater than initially realized. The power of this team, which may be greater than any other Avengers roster, has transcended their regular enemies and requires something new.
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Exciting delivery full of adrenaline, revelations, mystery and action. The art has many textures and highlights the facial expressions of all the characters that support the intense narrative. The amount of detail in this installment is impressive.
  • 90

    Nerd Initiative

    The story is coming back around to Kang, a welcome change that shows that the creative team are building to something epic. The art and character work were top notch with the art team being the big stand out here. On top of everything else this this issue has going for it, I am always on board for a Kang temper tantrum full of passing the buck of his own failures to somebody else. This was peak whiny Kang!
  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: MacKay continues to craft an entertaining and engaging story for the characters. I truly enjoy how layered this arc has been and how it connects to the previous one. The overall Kang storyline is interesting as well and has some great teases to future conflicts for the characters. I really enjoy both elements of this plot and how it teases future threats to the Avengers that I want to see explored. The Art: Villa crafts some beautifully detailed and stylish art that immediately grabbed my attention visually with the wonderful use of shadow, shading and colors from Blee that made many of the moments leap off the page for me.
  • 86

    Comic Watch

    Avengers #10 brings a classic Avengers villain face-to-face with a brand new threat, doing much to establish Myrridin as an intelligent and cunning foe for the Earth's mightiest heroes.
  • 80

    Marvel Heroes Library

  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 70


    I did enjoy this issue, but it also shows what could be this series’ faults. The art looks great, and there’s a lot of interesting story here. I think if the pacing problems are fixed, this can end up an all-time run.
  • 70

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Avengers (2023) #10 concludes this battle between the Avengers and the new Twilight Court with a focus on their leader, the enigmatic Myrddin. Unfortunately, what we get of Myrddin is serviceable at best, uninteresting at worst. We get a sense of his personality, but the comic is mostly him monologuing to Kang while his Twilight Court get bested by the Avengers. On top of that, the comic sets up a new unknown threat for the Avengers to face, but it feels like a repeat of what the previous Avengers run just did as far as the scope of the threat. What will make or break this issue at least, is whether or not readers like what they get of Myrddin here.
  • 60

    Major Spoilers

    As the final chapter of this arc, Avengers #10 is a little bit puzzling to me, expanding on Kang’s dire warnings in unexpected ways, playing up the danger of the coming threat while undermining that seriousness a bit with the art and some of the more esoteric story beats. I remember being frustrated at this point in Jason Aaron’s Avengers as well, though, and I’ve become one of the biggest proponents of that long game, so this isn’t a dealbreaker issue for me, but I hope that MacKay and company are poised to come back strong with issue number eleven.

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