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by Brian Michael Bendis,David Finch

  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis,David Finch
  • ISBN: 0785114823
  • ISBN13: 978-0785114826
  • ePub: 1741 kb | FB2: 1434 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (November 22, 2006)
  • Pages: 176
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 189
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My Comics Rewind for the week is 'Avengers Disassembled' by Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch. To be fair, it’s been a couple of comic book years since Wanda Maximoff, AKA the Scarlet Witch, has gone Charles Manson on the Marvel Universe. But oh boy, when she does, holy cheeseballs, heroes. We’re talking death, widespread destruction, and the near-extinction of a species. Today I got a weird idea. A really strange and weird idea.

The powerhouse team of Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch take on Earth's Mightiest Heroes! It begins with the return of a team member thought dead - and by the time it's over, everything you know about the Avengers will have changed! The event that will rock the entirety of the Marvel Universe starts here! Collects Avengers #500-503; Avengers Finale.
Nikok
Among superhero teams, the Avengers have always been my favorite. The Avengers Disassembled offers a nice story with far-reaching repercussions but more importantly to me, provides a look at some of the best aspects of the team.

The plot focuses on a really bad day for the heroes. While Tony Stark (aka Iron Man) embarasses himself at the UN, Avengers Mansion faces a series of assaults, starting with a seemingly zombie version of the Jack of Hearts exploding and killing one of the heroes. After that, the bad things pile on, including appearances from Ultron, an out-of-control She-Hulk and a massive Kree assault.

Why are all the bad things happening at once? This is the mystery, the answer of which is deeply woven into the team's history. By the end, not only will several heroes be dead or injured, the Avengers's very existence will be in doubt.

Of course, in the world of superhero comics, few remain dead and the Avengers are too important a part of the Marvel Universe to truly dissolve, but the joy in this tale isn't diminshed by this fact. What I really liked is that this story encapsulated what the Avengers were all about: not just the team that took on the big-time threats, but something like a family, or like a high school class: they didn't always get along, but they had a bond that went beyond the work they did. This is particularly captured in the last chapter of the story.

This book has gotten more than its fair share of negative reviews, but I think that doesn't the book justice. Avengers Disassembled is a good standalone story arc that embraces Avengers history even as it looks to the future.
Micelhorav
I was looking to get caught up on some of the storylines that I'd missed over the last 20 years, and many of them seemed to start at this collection, so I figured it'd be the one to read. And it didn't disappoint!

It was a great storyline that involved characters from throughout the Marvel universe. Without giving anything away, I'll say that it delivered far beyond what I had expected, and I can see how it's setting up storylines for years to come.

Before reading House of M, Civil War or anything beyond that, be sure to pick up this one!
Jwalextell
This review is for the kindle version of avengers disassembled.the story is atypical Bendis event. Good dialog interesting plot. This version suffers the same problems I had with the kindle version of House of M, if the panels are small in the print version of the collection, their relative size in relation to the kindle screen remains unchanged. Much of the artwork is ambiguous due to the relative's size of the reproduction,even in panel view. Why these panels can't be enlarged to use the full kindle screen I don't know. I don't know if Marvel or amazon converts these to kindle format, but they obviously do not go back and examine them for legitability. This is the second time I've felt burned by a kindle version. I have read some that were fine, but I've sworn off wasting anymore money on illegible kindle versions of Marvel collections,Won't get fooled again. Spend your money on a print version!
Lailace
After reading the Marvel event Siege, I decided I wanted to read more of the large-scale Marvel events. I had heard great things about the House of M, but decided to start with Disassembled because it lays the foundation. And like the building of any great structure, you start by bulldozing the site to make way for the new. Disassembled wipes the slate clean for the Avengers.

The story opens with an attack on Avengers mansion by Jack of Hearts - whom all the Avengers thought dead. He explodes, taking an Avenger with him. This is the first of several deaths to come. The Vision crashes the Quinjet into the Mansion and inexplicably devolves into five Ultrons who proceed to attack the remaining Avengers. At the same time, Tony Stark goes on a mad rant before the United Nations causing everyone to think he's drunk! The worst day in Avengers history has begun, and at the heart of it is one of their own. It's not really a spoiler to say the Scarlet Witch is the root of the problem, but the fallout from this day will be heartbreaking.

Disassembled is exactly what occurs - the Avengers will disband, leaving a clean slate. What makes this story special is that ALL the Avengers actually assemble (with the glaring exception of Thor, but he's got his own problems!!) in response to this threat. It was cool to see them all appear, and the book has a lot of large scale battles, but also many intimate and touching scenes to balance the story.

There are a couple of problems with this trade collection, however. First, the event is massive but this book is actually rather short - making it difficult on comic newbies like me. I don't know how this group of characters came together, and have no clue who Scott Lang is or why he is Ant-Man instead of Hank Pym. Additionally, though all the Avengers show up, few of them get "screen time" even in subsequent battles. It feels like there's a lot of missing pieces, which I hope to fill in by reading Avengers Disassembled: Iron Man, Thor & Captain America. That said, the plot is simple enough that I don't feel I have to go back to previous books in order to understand. The point of Disassembled appears to be to shake up the Marvel Universe for a new launching point and on that level it succeeds.

Overall, though this book felt incomplete, it was enjoyable and clearly sets the stage for what is to come. Recommended.
Ranterl
Awesome story line! The ramifications of this book still affects the Marvel Universe to this day. Very brave and interesting consequences. Permanent deaths are always a plus for a comic. Heartbreaking for fans of some heroes here who will never be the same after this. Lots of great action and shocking events. A little intense for younger readers.
Sudert
Looking at this as a start to the Hope Summers story with the X-Men I have to say I'm a fan. It smoothly rolls right into House of M and provides a lot of context if you're looking to have a bookshelf with that whole epic on it.
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