New Avengers - Volume 8: Secret Invasion -, Book 1

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Marvel, Mar 11, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 120 pages
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The Avengers are trapped in the Savage Land, battling friend and foe. And Spider-Man heads to the one person in the entire place he knows he can trust: Ka-Zar! But is it really him? This important chapter rewinds the events of the very first New Avengers story and shows how it connects to the Invasion. Plus: the break up of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage; a major development in the life of Echo; and the story of how the Skrull empire was able to infiltrate the Marvel Universe, and who instigated the invasion - and why! Collects New Avengers #38-42.

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User Review  - jshillingford - LibraryThing

There are two New Avengers tie-in trades for the crossover event Secret Invasion. And honestly, there is no good reason, other than greed, why they weren't collated into one book. Never-the-less, they ... Read full review

Review: The New Avengers, Vol. 9: Secret Invasion - Vol. 2 (The New Avengers #9)

User Review  - Silas - Goodreads

I enjoyed this just as much as the previous volume. It gave some really interesting background for the Secret Invasion and its aftermath, as well as some cool stories that set up the Dark Avengers arc. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Bendis is the Eisner award-winning creator of the Jinx crime comics. Bendis is the recipient of the Cleveland Press Excellence in Journalism Award ans was also nominated for an International Horror Guild award.

James Pruett began his career as one of the co-founders of the critically-acclaimed anthology series, Negative Burn in 1993. It was through this association with Caliber Comics that James became the Managing Editor for Caliber in September 1994. While at Caliber, he created The Apparition and Black Mist and wrote several series and edited hundreds of titles. After Caliber, James continued to do freelance writing, particularly for Kaos Moon published by the European Comic Company, Tusk Entertainment, where he served as Managing Editor, in addition to writing for such titles as X-Men Unlimited for Marvel. James continues to write when his new profession in the corporate world gives him a breather. Desperado Publishing released two of his graphic novels- Abandoned with painted art by Michael Gaydos, and Black Mist featuring art by Mike Perkins. James currently is working on several treatments and screenplays for various studios and is hard at work on his next graphic novels, Strait Jacket and Synergy. Writing credits include: X-Men Unlimited; Negative Burn; Black Mist; The Apparition; Kaos Moon; Raven Chronicles; Caliber Core; Abandoned; Burning Circle; Kilroy; Book of Angels; Inferno; among others.

David Mack lives in New York City.

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