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Avengers Assemble Volume 3 [Paperback]

Kurt Busiek , Fabian Nicieza , George Perez , Stuart Immonen , Paul Ryan , Norm Breyfogle , Richard Howell , Mark Bagley

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May 16 2012 Avengers Assemble (Book 3)
Earth's Mightiest Heroes vs. Marvel's Most Wanted, and more! The crisis of the Eighth Day pits the Avengers against the unstoppable force that is the Juggernaut, while Triathlon's first day as an Avenger takes the team south of the border and back in time thousands of years! And how does the mystery of Madame Masque match the curse of Count Nefaria?

COLLECTING: Avengers (1998) 24-34, Annual 2000; Thunderbolts 42-44

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel (May 16 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785161961
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785161967
  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 16.5 x 26 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 544 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,159 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Busiek knows Avengers. Dec 11 2006
By Arlo C - Published on Amazon.com
The Busiek/Perez combo for me is the quintessential Avengers creative team and in this collection they prove their prowess yet again.

Following the Ultron Unlimited story arc that features in Avengers Assemble 2 this volume sees a huge clash over the skies of New York guest staring many big marvel names a very interesting line-up change, Silver Claw leading the team back to her South American homeland and a very well executed crossover with the Thunderbolts featuring Count Nefaria. If you're a new fan of the current marvel product you owe it to yourself to pick up these beautiful volumes and get a look at some of the Avengers recent history. In fact, the Busiek/Perez run is the ideal starting spot as Busiek has a thorough knowledge of Avengers history and manages to fit in a great deal of it while telling these new tales.

Volume 3 continues the great presentation of the series and contains what I'd probably call the most consistently good issues of the first three volumes. Five stars.
4.0 out of 5 stars Payoff. Aug. 15 2014
By THowerton - Published on Amazon.com
Having read volumes 1 & 2 already I can say that in volume 3 writer Busiek is finally finding some payoff for the storylines that he's developed and is feeling more comfortable in his writing chores with Earth's mightiest heroes. Some of the development, especially emotional development, of these characters has felt tedious (Justice and Firestar) and others forced (the issues of race surrounding Triathlon) but in this collection of Avengers (1998) issues 24-34 there is some payoff and these elements are working, especially the inclusion and dynamic of chip-on-his-shoulder Triathlon. Now, it's hard to say how a reader who just picks this up would feel about this, and it's certainly a long time to go in order to be rewarded as a reader but at least these story strands are being tied up nicely while other stories are being created and advanced in a sure-footed fashion too. And Busiek continues to mine past history such as the story arc that ends this collection dealing with Count Nefaria and Madame Masque. There's a bit of interweaving with the Thunderbolts here, and it's all tied together nicely. Famed artist George Perez closes out his stint through this run and while I still don't feel it to be near his top work it's better I think than from the first two volumes. So, Avengers assemble, mate!
5.0 out of 5 stars Busiek + Perez = Classic Avengers Jan. 22 2014
By Douglas K. Hancock - Published on Amazon.com
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The volume collects the last of the Busiek/Perez Avengers run from '98-2000. The Avengers haven't been anywhere near this good since then.
5.0 out of 5 stars He's tried a few others but these are by far his favorite. Great book Oct. 17 2014
By Tanna M. Shelley - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a gift for my husband and he loves these Volumes of The Avengers Assemble books. He's tried a few others but these are by far his favorite. Great book!
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3.0 out of 5 stars I'm confused... April 27 2007
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Being rather new to the Avengers had this volume of Avengers Assemble leaving me scratching my head. This volume is definitely for folks who know the Avengers and have known the Avengers for years and years and years. Overall the story wasn't bad, but having just read Avengers Assemble volume 2 and the Ultron story within, this volume is just a quagmire of history.

Perhaps I would feel different if I knew the old characters and understood their significance. But, considering I have enjoyed both the first and second volumes of Avengers Assemble, knowing as little as I do about them, my only guess is that this volume relies more on the readers knowledge of the past. I constantly felt like the scenes I was witnessing should be more dramatic, should have more significance if I just understood the complex relationship of these villains to the characters. I know Perez/Busiek is a great team, but Perez actually leaves the series during this volume, which is somewhat of a sad turn for the series.

It has some highlights, some "evidently" dramatic turns, but overall, not nearly as good as the previous volume. If you are a long time fan, this book is for you. If you are a newbie, or just want to collect the best, then avoid this volume.

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