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Find out who the New Avengers are, where they call home (gotta see it to believe it!), which Dark Avenger has joined their ranks, and just who the interdimensional demonic threat to our existence is! These heroes have gathered to take on the threats too dark, too dangerous, and too bizarre for any other team of heroes. The New Avengers are back!!


New Avengers #1-6

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  • Relié: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (26 janvier 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785148728
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785148722
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,3 x 26,7 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Stan FREDO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 11 mars 2011
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Il y a longtemps, lorsque la communauté sur-humaine s'est scindée entre partisans de l'enregistrement légal et opposants à cet enregistrement (Civil War), les Vengeurs se sont séparés en deux groupes : les Vengeurs officiels, guidés par Iron Man (qui délégua ses pouvoirs à Miss Marvel : Mighty Avengers 1), et les Vengeurs underground menés par Captain America. La période de sombre règne de Norman OSBORN (Dark Reign: Accept Change) a tout remis à plat, avec une seule équipe officielle de Vengeurs, composée en majorité de véritables monstres. Avec la fin du Dark Reign, et le retour de Steve Rogers (Captain America Reborn), qui plus est en position d'avoir tout à reconstruire, plusieurs nouvelles équipes officielles de Vengeurs se mettent en place : dont une des Vengeurs "canal historique" (avec comme il se doit Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Hawk-Eye etc. : Avengers 1) et celle des "nouveaux Vengeurs", qui confirme l'intérêt de maintenir le groupe illlégal de la période Civil War mené par Luke Cage. Faut-il à ce stade préciser que je suis un fan absolu de Stuart Immonen, de B.M.Lire la suite ›
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Meslet Michel le 1 septembre 2011
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Un truc que j'apprécie, c'est lorsqu'un auteur semble verser dans le cliché, ou l'intrigue standard et bateau, et prend le contrepied. Anodin, mais génial aussi : le détail des sorts prononcés par les magiciens. Voilà ce qu'aurait pu faire un tâcheron comme Len Wein si il avait eu vraiment du talent, au lieu de ça, il n'a pondu que des poncifs lisibles, mais sans surprises.
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Back with a vengeance. 12 janvier 2011
Par Axel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The six issues collected here are rollicking good fun and represent a triumphant return to good old fashioned super-heroism in the Marvel universe. Unlike the dour pessimism of the last few years of Marvel comics, New Avengers Vol. 1 is a refreshingly happy and angst-less chronicle of the return of one of the favourite iterations of the team. And in addition to fan favorites Wolverine and Spiderman, some surprising guest stars show up to add some spice to the proceedings, including Daimon Hellstrom, Iron Fist, and the venerable Stephen Strange, not quite the sorceror supreme you may recall from days gone by.

The story concerns a magical incursion by apparently malevolent forces, determined to find the eye of Agamotto, a powerful magical talisman usually in the possession of whoever is the "sorceror supreme" of the Marvel U. Magical creatures invade Manhattan, possessions ensue and spells abound, and we're off to a swinging start to the new series. An interesting twist involving Dr. Strange comes up mid-way through the story, and the Avengers experience a terrible loss by the end of it all, but not before we get Warlock-magic-Wielding-Wolverine, being the best there is at what he does on the astral plane, no less. It all gets to be a bit silly from time to time, but the interaction between the characters, the occasionally funny dialog, the big stakes and strong pace, makes this an entertaining read from beginning to end.

All of Bendis' usual strengths are on display here, and it's clear that he's enjoying himself writing these characters. All of the characters are authentic to what we know, and Bendis wastes no time on useless scenes or pages. He has a story to tell and is judicious in his choices - there is a nice balance between solid characerter interaction and a proper, exciting plot! How cool!

The real beauty of this volume though, is the lush, gorgeous artwork by Stuart Immonen and the fantastic work of the colorist. The book just looks GREAT, and every panel of Immonen's work is pitch perfect - clear to understand, completely in service to the story, but nonetheless just beautiful to behold. A talented penciller who deserves the admiration and respect he gets from fans.

Bottom line? Buy this. It's good times.
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It's just like magic! 14 janvier 2011
Par Patrick Harrington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Leading up to this new volume of New Avengers, Brian Bendis said that this storyline would reintroduce the magical part of the marvel universe and reinvigorate it in a way(or something like that, I'm too lazy to actually find his word for word quote). This does bring the magic, but it doesn't really seem to bring new life into it, in my opinion. Bendis mostly shows off a ton of different spells and properly labels them for the reader. That's really one of my only problems with this and one of the few reasons it doesn't get a 5-star review. Small stuff, but anyways...

The line-up is pretty much the same as the previous volume of New Avengers with a few changes. Bucky Cap and Spider Woman graduate to the big leagues of the regular Avengers and Iron Fist and Dr. Strange come back...oh yeah, and the Thing joins, which is pretty awesome what with all the clobbering he does. I really like the line-up change with the exception of taking away Spider Woman. I think they should have put Carol Danvers in the big time Avengers and kept S.W. in because she really isn't used much in the regular Avengers book, she pretty much makes it so that the team isn't all dudes (and that would be the only other problem I have with this). Jessica Jones does her share of super-heroing in this volume, which is really cool since she was mostly a complaining mother waiting back at headquarters all the time. So its really cool to see her able to flex her muscles and kick some magic butt.

If you've followed the previous volume of New Avengers then you pretty much know what to expect from Bendis' writing. Immonen's art is fantastic and his fight sequences are great. I particularly like the fights between possessed New Avengers and their teammates. So if you enjoy the street team of Avengers, then keep going with this volume too, you won;t be let down. Also, Iron Fist gets a costume upgrade. It's not really that different but it's pretty stylin'.
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The Heroic Age Begins!!! 18 janvier 2011
Par Michael Saunders - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I'm gonna be honest, I got into comics late. When I started getting indiviuals, Siege was already in its 2nd issue. So I was late. My friend who got me into, told me to just read certain thing like Iron Man, Thor, etc to catch up. I did, but he would always talk about the New Avengers. So after Siege was done, I went back and brought the big hardcovers of the New Avengers, and man were they great!

So when I found out that a new volume was coming out, I was excited. Now personally, I like his Avengers run more than his New Avengers, but its still just as great! This picks up right after Siege, with Luke Cage picking out his team. Spiderman and Wolverine of course return making them on both Avenger teams. Also, Ms. Marvel, Iron Fist, Dr. Strange, Dr. Voodoo, and even The Thing make it on this new New Avengers team.

Now I dont wanna give away spoilers, but magic stuff goes down, Wolverine goes to town on certain master on a magical plane, and someone dies. But thats Bendis for ya. His writing, while not as good as in the old volume, it still pretty darn good. There are also some real good but sometimes annoying dialogue. My favorite is Spiderman stunned and shocked by the fact the fact that The Thing has yet to see Ghostbusters.

All in all, it great arc, with great writing and beautiful art. Keep it up Bendis!
The New New Avengers 4 septembre 2011
Par Sarah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book collects issues 1-6 of the New Avengers and is an enjoyable read.

The basic premise is: Luke Cage gets to choose his own team of Avengers, and he brings in characters such as Spider-Man, Iron Fist, Wolverine, Ms. Marvel, Jessica Jones, Mockingbird, and The Thing. However, before the new group has even had a chance to get settled into the Avengers mansion, mystical forces decide to wreak havoc in the dimension. Enter Dr. Stranger, Dr. Voodoo, and Daimon Hellstrom.

If I'd been writing this review halfway through the book, I probably would have given it three stars. It was well written, and I was really liking the art, but it wasn't exactly grabbing me. (Although some of that might have had to do with the fact that I know next to nothing about Dr. Strange and Dr. Voodoo and the mystical side of the Marvel universe.) And, to be honest, I couldn't help but compare it to the first book of previous incarnation of the New Avengers, which was one of the first tpbs I ever picked up, and it had a very strong start.

But then, halfway through, something happened. Maybe it was the team starting to act like a team. Maybe I'd finally absorbed enough of Dr. Strange to actually start caring about his more than supporting role. Maybe it was a scene that was very reminiscent of Buffy (and played right into my 'yay, team!' complex). Or maybe all the loose threads just started to come together and I actually started to care about this group of characters. Whatever it was, when the story ended, I actually found myself turning the pages more quickly, and being a little sorry that the story was over, because I wanted more. Which is why the second volume is now on my 'to purchase' list. That says something, right?

As for how I'd rank it with the other Heroic Age Avengers books that I've read? Probably second, behind Avengers, Vol. 1 and before Secret Avengers, Vol. 1: Mission to Mars.
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"#$$! Is that Doctor Strange's Eye of Ago- Agowhatthehey?" 31 janvier 2011
Par H. Bala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Brian Michael Bendis gets off to an underwhelming start. Love him or loathe him, he's still writing a bunch of Avengers titles, including this one. He's still flirting with that decompression style of writing. And he's still master of the funny dialogue. This series, the overhauled NEW AVENGERS, features Luke Cage as team leader. He gets to boss around the likes of Spidey, Wolverine, Ms. Marvel, Mockingbird and - in a surprising but very cool move - Aunt Petunia's ever-lovin' blue-eyed nephew, Benjamin J. Grimm. Of course, Luke's wife, Jessica Jones, gets to boss him around. This bunch of Avengers is based out of the sprawling Avengers mansion, a crib which Luke purchased from Tony Stark for one dollar (which he borrowed from his pal Iron Fist). To mix it up a bit, at Steve Rogers' behest, former aide to Norman Osborn, Victoria Hand, joins up to facilitate the team (whatever that means).

My take: Bendis should stay far, far away from magic-related stories. He just doesn't seem to have the knack for them. Just as Ben Grimm was getting his welcome aboard, Luke Cage's palm is suddenly filled with the All-Seeing Eye of Agamotto, or as he exclaims: "#$$! Is that Doctor Strange's Eye of Ago - Agowhatthehey?" A demonically possessed Dr. Strange and Daemon Hellstrom are soon sniffing around after the mystical amulet. It's a build-up to yet another sorcerous war on a mystical plane with all the marbles at stake. Back on Earth, there is a gaping crack in the sky releasing eldritch energy. Me, I be yawnin'.

Pet peeve time. Bendis feels he has to identify each spell being cast, except I find myself not caring too much that Dr. Strange has activated the Self-Healing Spell from the Scroll of Melsalam or that Brother Voodoo has channeled the Houdon-Lou Visualization Spell of the Real or that Daemon Hellstrom... well, I don't really know what Hellstrom does in this arc except make disparaging remarks and flaunt that scarry star on his chest. Bendis opts to create his own arsenal of ridiculous sounding names, instead of drawing from Stan Lee's familiar well of arcane figures like Cyttorak or Watoomb or the Hosts of Hoggoth. By virtue of having been around since the '60s, those names resonate more. It's actually a bit ironic that the Big Bad here is one of those figures Strange used to regularly invoke. Maybe in twenty more years, Bendis' fake-sounding mumbo-jumbo creations will sound more legit.

Meanwhile, the new Master of Mystic Arts, Brother Voodoo (or is it Doctor Brother Voodoo?), continues to be an uninteresting character. Many issues ago, when Voodoo popped up, I wondered whether Bendis was going to try to make him as relevant as Luke Cage. By the end of this arc, it's rendered moot.

In issue #4, Iron Fist has his costume's color scheme altered. It looks cool, not that there was anything wrong with how his old outfit looked. But I'm glad Danny Rand is still getting featured in a comic book. For a while, he had one of the best series going.

NEW AVENGERS Vol. 1 collects issues #1-6. At least Bendis' ear for funny dialogue is still intact. I'm wondering if Bendis felt he didn't have enough wiseacres on the team that he needed the Thing's smark-alecky remarks, too (not that I'm complaining). The character interactions are what keeps me turning these pages. Anyway, the thing with pitting the Avengers against a sorcerous foe is that our heroes are taken out of their element. There's something pretty unsatisfying about these New Avengers punching out magical entities. And again with the decompression. It took Bendis six issues of his cast pretty much just milling around to get to the money shot. Boiled down, what Bendis delivers is a hollow narrative marked with lackluster pacing and lame spell-casting. Harry Potter, somewhere, has got his smirk on.

Stuart Immonen, he just keeps turning in good work. I really like his artwork. Just not enough to rate NEW AVENGERS Vol. 1 more than 3 out of 5 stars.
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