Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 4: War of the Realms

Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 4: War of the Realms

As the War of the Realms comes to the nation’s capital, the greatest heroes of Washington, D.C., race into action! Who needs the Avengers when you’ve got the all-new Squadron Supreme of America? But who are they, and where did they come from? Only Agent Coulson knows! Meanwhile, Avengers Mountain comes under siege by the forces of Malekith — and in the final battle for Midgard, Captain Marvel leads the War Avengers! Hulk battles Ulik! Blade takes on the Black Berserkers of Roxxon! And Daredevil, the God Without Fear, has a cryptic message that will decide the team’s future! Then, in the aftermath of war, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are looking to celebrate. There’s a party at Avengers Mountain — but who invited the Squadron Supreme?

Collecting AVENGERS (2018) #18-21 and material from FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2019 (AVENGERS/SAVAGE AVENGERS).

Title:Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 4: War of the Realms
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781302914622
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    Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 4: War of the Realms Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph

    This is a bit of a stopgap volume of the Avengers, being a series of done-in-one issues, all tied in to the War of the Realms crossover event.That being said, it would be wrong to dismiss this volume ...

  • Chad

    This is a bunch of one-off stories while War of the Realms is going on. Marvel likes to do this a lot to the main books centered around a big crossover. The stories are by no means bad, they just aren...

  • James DeSantis

    Another decent volume in what should be an amazing Avengers run. I just don't understand why this run is so average. The idea of having another squad of superheroes to match the Avengers is cool. I me...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    While he's busy over with War Of The Realms and the Thor tie-in issues, Jason Aaron also has the Avengers to contend with as well. The Thor ones soar, but the Avengers ones kind of just flutter. These...

  • Blindzider

    Yawn. Closer to two stars but I like the solo issues focusing on Gorilla Man and She-Hulk. Couple funny moments in the hot tub but mostly feels like filler, required crossover tie-in and setup for fut...

  • Robert

    As much as I chortled at the Justice League piss-take, what the Hela was even going on in this book? My love of the films notwithstanding this is why Ive never been too keen on the Avengers comics. To...

  • Aldo Haegemans

    2,5/5...

  • Billy Jepma

    Like the prior volumes, I enjoyed this a lot. Aaron writes these characters well, and their banter is a lot of fun. Even the art remains strong, some of the best the series has so farespecially after ...

  • Craig

    Not great, not bad, just thoroughly middle-of-the-road. I do think Aaron's getting better at writing the Avengers than in earlier volumes, but this series of one-shots doesn't do much to push the larg...

  • Alex Sarll

    Sometimes event tie-ins by the same writer as the main story are the ones which include stuff that genuinely affects the plot. Other times, they just take advantage of sort of being their own boss to ...