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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!!

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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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Dans Avengers Disassembled, la Scarlet Witch est à l'origine d'une catastrophe qui conduit au décès de 2 vengeurs et au final à la dissolution de l'équipe. Ce tome marque le début de la nouvelle série de vengeurs par le même responsable au scénario, à savoir une valeur sûre de l'écurie Marvel Brian Michael Bendis. Il comprend les numéros 1 à 10 de la série mensuelle, ainsi que New Avengers Most Wanted Files et un numéro spécial New Avengers Guest-Starring Fantastic Four. Cette édition est absolument exceptionnelle en terme de qualité : Marvel a adopté un format plus grand qui rend justice aux superbes planches, ainsi qu'un reliure vraiment résistante.

L'histoire se décompose en 2 parties. Elle commence par une évasion massive soigneusement préparée dans la prison spécialisée en supervilains, baptisée du sobriquet de The Raft (une annexe de Ryker's Island). A l'instant où se produit la panne d'électricité qui va favoriser les évasions, Matthew Murdock (Daredvil), Jessica Drew (Spiderwoman) et Luke Cage (Powerman) sont sur place. Ils y sont rejoints par Captain America et Spiderman, alertés par les éclairs en provenance de The Raft. Le scénario fait la part belle à l'action, superbement servie par les dessins très énergétique du David Finch (dans le plus pur style Marc Silvestri).
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J'ai voulu tenté autre chose sur les avengers mais cette équipe s'avère moins agréable que l'autre mais comme le dit Jackman Wolverine peut vraiment rejoindre les Avengers. Donc recommandation mitigé.
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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Back with a vengeance. 12 janvier 2011
Par Axel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disregard most of these reviews, they're about the wrong book 26 juillet 2014
Par Ben Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is NOT the book most of these reviews are referring to. Take any review that talks about the avengers reassembling after the "Disassembled" story and throw them out the window. Take a look at the cover before you write your reviews, people.

I can understand the confusion, however, as this is yet another Vol. 1 of New Avengers by Brian Bendis. This picks up after the events of "Siege," as the Avengers face another upheaval and Captain America gives Luke Cage the reins of his own team. As usual with Bendis's work, there are some great character moments, but the overall plot is a bit lacking, and seems to run up to a big fight without much thought. Bendis seems to do well with the dialogue and character interaction, and with the major events, but other than his run on Daredevil, he seems to struggle with coming up with consistently good stories for an Avengers type of book.

That being said, the story here was not bad, it was just based a little heavily in the mystic world, and I admit I don't have the background to appreciate things like who the heck Aggomotto is.

For some reason, he sees a need to add in yet another character who is already a main feature in other books, adding Thing to a team that already includes Spider-Man and Wolverine (who is not only on the X-Men as well, but is also on Cap's Avengers somehow). I guess that's what happens when you have two Avengers titles at once though. You start having to fill the roster somehow.

Immonen's art is pretty great, so that's at least one saving grace here. This book is worth reading if you're trying to fill out your Avengers collection, but you could skip it if you wanted to. I only bought it because I like Luke Cage and I get a real kick out of Bendis's portrayal of Spider-Man.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bendis re-assembles the Avengers 9 janvier 2006
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To say that the new Avengers lineup raised a few eyebrows is saying it lightly. Plenty of fanboys call New Avengers Brian Michael Bendis' attempt to JLA-ize the team with the company's most popular characters (Spider-Man, Wolverine), but a few of the other choices he's put on the team is quite intriguing. By the end of this TPB, the New Avengers consists of returning members Captain America and Iron Man, along with Spidey, Wolverine, Spider-Woman, Luke Cage, and the Sentry; who may be the strangest choice here (you may remember the Marvel Knights mini-series a few years back starring the character by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee) as Bendis gives the team a Marvel version of Superman. As this TPB opens, Electro is hired by an unseen employer to break into the most powerful prison in the city. As this happens, Matt "Daredevil" Murdock, his partner Foggy, and bodyguard Luke Cage are brought in to find out why the Sentry, the most powerful superhuman on the planet, allowed himself to be imprisoned. Soon enough, the power goes out, and all the super criminals break free. Spidey, Captain America, and Iron Man soon join the fight, which thanks to the awesome art of David Finch, is one of the most action packed and well orchestrated brawls in mainstream comics today. After that, a new team is born, and a mystery begins to develop. Bendis' storytelling is ok, while Finch's art definitely sells the book. His action scenes are incredibly detailed, and his rendition of Spider-Woman is incredibly luscious. The new team lineup however is what hurts the book, because we don't need Wolverine on any more teams, and having Spider-Man on the team just comes off as cheap (I'm surprised he didn't include Daredevil as well, which is probably on the way). Despite that, this first New Avengers arc is surprisingly solid, and is definitely worth checking out.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Great potential 30 août 2005
Par Raymond M. Rose - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Before I get into the nitty-gritty, let me just say that I love Bendis. He's a god among men. Powers, Jinx, Daredevil, Alias, Goldfish... these are some of the best comic books that money can buy. He writes great noir and fantastic dark stories.

But the New Avengers, having risen from the ashes of Avengers Disassembled, has left me with a few issues that could be problems later on:

Lineup. This team is a little too much contrived for my own tastes.
1. Luke Cage, having a big resurgence in recent years (thanks to Bendis and the Maxx comics) as a bad-a$$ African-American superhero. I like Luke Cage. He's cool to the core. He's the Samuel L. Jackson of the Original Marvel Universe. Yet, what are his powers? His skin's unbreakable and he can punch. He's the strong-arm.
2. Spider-Man. Another power-house. Sure he can swing around on his webs too but only if he has something to adhere them to. Take the boy out of the city and he's in trouble. Also, Bendis under uses Web-head. He's a comic relief for the team. Spider-Man is better than that and Bendis knows that.
3. Captain America. I have no problems with Captain. He's a born leader, strategist, moral compass, and all-around great superhero. Only problem is that he's a strong-arm too. Sure he can throw his shield but only so far. Captain America is all about fisticuffs and throwing the shield around.
4. Iron-Man. Now we get into some power. The suit can do amazing things (but can it toast a piece of bread just right?) and having Iron-Man on the team adds mobility and power to the team. Also, Tony Stark has developed from his tortured, recovering alcoholic into this playboy, all-around fun guy in recent years.
5. Spider-Woman. I always have a problem with the female knock-offs of male characters (Batgirl, Spider-Woman, Supergirl, She-hulk, etc). I'm not being sexist here at all. I love female superheroes. Give me Rouge, Storm, Sue Storm, and the Wasp (especially The Ultimate's Wasp). Spider-Woman has most of Spider-Man's powers but can shoot "venom blasts" from her wrists. So mostly she's a strong arm with limited-range artillery.
6. Wolverine. Same as Luke Cage in that Logan's a rough-neck who will get the job done at any costs. A strong-arm with a killer set of claws and even deadlier instincts. On top of that, he works with the X-Men, but as an Avenger, I don't get it.

So my problem is that this team was put together by the marketing guys instead of the writers. Luke Cage, black. Spider-Man, popular, Captain America and Iron Man, staples, Spider-Woman, chick, and Wolverine, popular. This is not a team put together to be Marvel's Authority or JLA. 5 out 6 members are earthbound. This is not a good all-around team.

Story: the story is for the most part weak. The whole escape of the bad guys and the subsequent hunt for them would be a great premise. To have S.H.E.I.L.D. be the bad guys is interesting but I think could be limiting. To have the guys go after the escapees every week would be great.

Artwork: I love Finch's artwork but sometimes it's not the right type of work for the book that Bendis is writing. Finch doesn't do repeating panels very well. Nor does he handle panels when it's just someone's face. He tends to put too much detail into it. Oeming does Bendis' writing style justice. Finch doesn't. But then give him an action sequence and the boy shines like a beacon. If Finch is going to be a regular, than Bendis needs to write to Finch's strengths. That's the only way this book can flourish.

Overall: If this book is going to be a "Dark" Avengers, then go that route. The whole going to Savage Land made no sense. Luke Cage and Spider-Man are city superheroes. Wolverine can work just as well crouching in the back alleys, chasing down one of the escaped convicts. Make it dark, keep them in cities, and have them chase down the remaining victims. It will give the series structure and will allow you to take a superhero group in a whole new direction: hunting down criminals. It could be very interesting.

Sorry for the novel. I just wanted to put my three cents in. This comic has serious potential. It just doesn't know what it wants to be.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 United through fate to restore the balance. 3 mai 2015
Par Luquillo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Matt Murdock aka Daredevil, his friend Foggy Nelson, and hired bodyguard Luke Cage are escorted by Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman, to the maximum security prison for very powerful and dangerous super villains called the Raft. The prison is infiltrated and a breakout occurs. Several superheroes head to the scene in an attempt to put an end to the riot. -summary

In 2004 Marvel had Brian Bendis do the unimaginable and that was destroy the Avengers with his story Avengers: Disassembled, a story that I still consider one of the better Avenger stories. This story saw the Scarlet Witch at the peak of her powers suffer a nervous breakdown, and attack her own team leaving some members dead and Iron Man being forced to disband the team. This was all part of Marvel's grand design to reshape the Marvel U and by this point they were nowhere near done. Bendis follows up the previous devastation with a rebirth story of sorts, that finds a new version of the team being assembled. New Avengers Vol. 1 Breakout contains issues 1 - 6. As a special note, this story would become popular enough to where it would be translated to animation form in the Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes animated series, in the two part episode also titled Breakout.

The plot begins when long time enemy of Spider-Man, Electro, causes a massive black out that wipes out the power in the prison setting loose dozens of criminals consisting of Count Nefaria, Mister Hyde, Carnage, and even the Purple Man. Various superheroes such as Spider-Man, Captain America, and Iron Man make it to the scene, in order to assist heroes whom have already been caught up in the battle. Captain America realizes just how important the Avengers are to the world, and he believes it was fate that brought them together again to restore a balance. Therefore, he goes out of his way to recruit everyone present that night; by the end of this book the team would be: Captain America, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Luke Cage, Spider-Woman(original) and Wolverine. I will say there have been much better line ups, but characters like Spider-Woman and Luke Cage increased the interest level for me.

Bendis does a very good job blending them as a team, with some fun character interactions that wouldn't have been possible if not for his mastery over dialog. They sound like real people and he proves to be among the better Spider-Man writers. There are some good story elements here, plus future stories being set up that will impact the Marvel U. My only problem with this story is injecting Wolverine into the line up. He was way too over-exposed, and in addition to the X-Men, he even later on makes it to X-Force as leader. Wolverine being in so many places really does feel strange later on.

David Finch's artwork is too cool for words at times. The characters are drawn very clean and highly detailed. The backgrounds especially stand out to me, dark, moody, and reflecting the sinister feel of the situation taking place on the Raft. The action panels can be brutal, and one scene took me by complete surprise. Overall, there are no complaints here.

New Avengers: Breakout carries on the tradition well enough and it's a fantastic follow up to Disassembled. This story was very essential to the modern Marvel run moving forward as well. Casual and new fans whom really want to travel far back for a place to begin can start out here, since the book sets the stage for many coming events, I still recommend going back to Disassembled though if you haven't read it. Recommended.

Pros:Great start, artwork, action, and characters

Cons:It really didn't need Wolverine
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