Avengers Disassembled

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Marvel Comics, Feb 9, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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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.

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Amazing artwork and great story. - Goodreads
Fuck you, letter writer.] - Goodreads
There are also some neat twists on comic storytelling. - Goodreads
But maybe not as your introduction to the whole thing. - Goodreads
On occasions the artwork beats the plot. - Goodreads
The ending got me in the feels, though. - Goodreads

Review: Avengers Disassembled (Avengers Vol. III)

User Review  - Tays - Goodreads

After House of M, I thought it would be great to back read this arc. Some bits of the arc was a bit boring on the build up it aims to get. I dint quite get the whole point of the Thor Ragnarok stories ... Read full review

Review: Avengers Disassembled (Avengers Vol. III)

User Review  - Kirstine - Goodreads

Not perhaps the best comic to start with, when you're new to the whole thing, but what's done is done. Kudos to the writer and illustrators for actually making me cry, despite this being the first ... Read full review


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About the author (2005)

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.

Born in Cuba, David Finch was raised in Venezuela and earned a master's degree in Canadian history at the University of Calgary. He is the author of more than 20 books on the history of the Canadian West. He lives in Calgary with his wife, Jeannie and works as a consulting historian when not canoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking or biking.

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