The Avengers and Nova by the all-star team of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Brooks! What is a hero? When Sam Alexander, a.k.a. Nova, has a bout of doubt on how to best use his newfound powers, he gets advice from the experts: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Featuring Captain America, Thor, the Wasp, Luke Cage, She-Hulk and Iron Man! ...
|Title||:||Avengers: Heroes Welcome #1|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||13 pages|
|Url Type||:||Home » Avengers » Avengers: Heroes Welcome #1|
Avengers: Heroes Welcome #1 Reviews
I honestly thought this was very cute with an uplifting message. There is no action so to speak. Just a teen costumed hero who seeks out the Avengers after sitting in a class listening to a teacher say how the Avengers and those who wear costumes/masks are not heroes. We then have some of our fav characters like Captain America, Luke Cage, etc. talk about what makes a hero. I even love the message Cap gives about how his outfit/costume is a symbol and is just not about America. And I even love t ...more
Some of the old favorites are here, and it is good to see them! It's unfortunate that the entire comic is the team conversing with a newbie about what makes someone a hero.
Cool. It was very inspiring to me and I like that they added she-hulk. That is why I like it. Ye...
I downloaded this mainly out of curiosity, and because it was free. It turned out to be an interesting discussion on the meaning of heroism. Not bad.
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Nice to see a lot of old favorites and a couple of new ones but the message covered really hits home
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The best book recommend it to the people who really likes comics is a really good book talks about how their heroes
It's a free and short comic, so complaints are obviously relative. However, this is a pretty trite little piece on heroism, which, apart from lacking originality, doesn't do much to setup this profound life lesson. I did like some of the artwork, however, but the reading experience on a Kindle is not that great.
Definitely don't read this if you're in a cynical mood.