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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Mighty Avengers Volume 2: Venom Bomb TPB: Venom Bomb v. 2.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Brian Michael Bendis(Author) Mark Bagley(Artist)

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The Ultimate Spider-Man super-team of Bendis and Bagley reunite - and just in time for the Avengers' biggest problem ever! A Venom virus hits the city of New York, turning its inhabitants symbiote! Plus, Wonder Man gets a much needed makeover. All this and Tony Stark gets himself a green-skinned present in a body bag.Collects Mighty Avengers #7-11.
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  • By Ricky Franq on 27 April 2008

    Thor. Hulk. Scarlet Witch. Captain America. Legendary Avengers in their own right, and part of THE perennial Marvel Super-Team.How times change. Hulk exiled, Thor missing, Captain America dead, with Iron Man the victor of the Civil War.Which segues into the debut of all new, government sanctioned Avengers line-up; the Mighty Avengers.A mixed roster - Iron Man, Ms Marvel, controversial character Sentry, Wonderman, Black Widow, Wasp, and of course, the anti-hero type, war God Ares.With a new spin on the classic Avengers format, it is only fair to revamp a classic Avengers villain, in this case it is Ultron who gets the "new and improved" shtick.This series of comics (Issues 1-6) was horribly delayed, and as a result, an arc that occurs in the space of several hours comic time, took the best part of 6 months to play itself out. The series lost many fans as a result.As a hardback novel, collecting the arc, it reads exquisitely - a veritable roller coaster tour de force, with utterly sumptuous artwork by Frank Cho, and Bendis's usual flair for internal/external monologue segues.This isn't the old Avengers, or even the New Avengers, this is Iron Man's dream team, and one really does get that first day at school feel with the characters as they awkwardly try to work together and gel in time to stop the monstrous Ultron from completing its task.All in all, a great read (finally!), with superb artwork, interesting and significant character development with wider reaching consequences across the Marvel Universe, and an ideal place to begin the run up to Marvel's premier 2008 event; the Secret Invasion.

  • By Axel McAsset on 12 August 2013

    I've enjoyed this particular line-up of the Avengers. Volume 1 was great, and this volume was entertaining too. Spinning out of the Superhero Civil War, Iron Man creates his own version of Earth's Mightiest Heroes from those heroes that sided with him and were 'pro-registration'.This is probably not his perfect line-up, but he's doing the best he can with who's available. Other heroes are scattered about, in hiding, licking their wounds etc, but Iron Man's Mighty Avengers may yet face these 'enemies-of-the-state' again.He appoints Ms Marvel as the de facto team leader, which is a good choice from this particular cohort, consisting also of Wonder Man, Wasp, Black Widoow, Sentry and Ares, the Olympian God of War. Spider Woman also joins the team in this volume.What is interesting is the dynamics between Ms Marvel and Iron Man. She's the team leader, but it's clear who is really calling the shots, and it's not Carol Danvers. She has issues with Spider Woman joining the team (approved by Stark without Carol's knowledge) but her misgivings are ignored by Iron Man and he insists that she's on the team. This proves that this is really Stark's team and not Ms Marvel's despite him being apparently too busy to be the figurehead as he's now Director of SHIELD.They are soon put to the test though as Venom-symbiotes are infecting people all across New York. When the team assembles to fight the threat, they discover that the attack was caused by Dr Doom so the Avengers travel to Latveria where most of the story takes place.With some time-travelling scenes courtesy of Doom's Time Platform, Morgana Le Fay makes various appearances but the main protaganist is Doom, which is in contravention of the actual "Venom Bomb" title as the symbiote part that I was actually looking forward to is just a minor part of this story.Still, it's a decent story nonetheless and the artwork by Mark Bagley is fine. I question the choice of some of the heroes on this particular roster - I have no particular liking for Wonder Man and the Wasp, but the rest are fine. When you consider that Iron Man has put the best team together from available 'legal' heroes, I can live with it.Ms Marvel and Spider Woman are two of my favourite heroes (and not just because of their curves!), and Ares and Sentry are of particular interest considering what happens later on during the Dark Reign storylines. This is all set up nicely for the Secret Invasion event, which happens next.

  • By Oldtime ST Fan on 12 January 2015

    A good read although how this Ultron comes to be is quite the stretch of the imagination. The artwork is great and action packed.The story structure, with flashbacks interlaced with the action (as has become the norm with TV drama), runs well and I like the thought bubbles mixed within the dialogue.

  • By genejoke on 4 June 2008

    That said the threat needed to be big and known to suit the purposes of the story. Ultron is handled well despite being a weak villain and overused in the past. The new avengers squad is interesting and the way they are choosen is well thought out. Ares is a great addition to the line up, having some great lines and filling a vital role in the team.The art is very good but not spectacular, unless you like letching at the sexy laadies frank cho draws so well. The highlight is the script, bendis makes great use of thought bubbles, a tool rarely used in comics these days.

  • By Cameron Keeler on 17 September 2013

    bought this as I symbiote fan, but the symbiotes only play a small part in it. Still a good avengers graphic novel though just a bit deceiving.

  • By JP on 24 September 2013

    another one thats worth it in the avengers books out there. nice art work, nice dialogue, nice table characters. enjoyable.

  • By Glen on 7 July 2010

    Liked the story line and awesome fight scenes (Mighty avengers + New avengers appeared), however, the battle with the symbiotes ended way too quickly would prefer to see more action and more story focus on these creatures.

  • By travis lane on 2 August 2014

    delivery was fast and the item is as described

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