RICH REVIEWS: Savage Avengers # 1

Title: Savage Avengers # 1
Publisher: Marvel
Avengers Created by: Stan Lee & Jack Kirby
Writer: David Pepose
Artist: Carlos Magno
Color Artist: Espen Grundetjern
Letterer: VC’s Travis Lanham
Cover Artist: Leinil Francis & Sunny Gho
Variant Cover Artists: Giuseppe Camuncoli & David Curiel, Jan Bazaldua & Frederico Blee, John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson & Dean White, Kaare Andrews, Rafael Albuquerque, Todd Nauck & Rachelle Rosenburg
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: We see Conan in battle against the forces of Set he plows through them with his huge sword cutting deeply. We also see Ant-Venom and Daredevil joining forces to stop Set’s worshippers. Next up Deathlok appears he has found his target, then Weapon H is shown he is a guy not to be triffold with. The Black Knight does appear as well and he seems kind of depressed. He does not seem like the hero you would expect. Cloak and Dagger are all grown up here.
There is a huge battle and it does go on for just the right amount of time. It is wonderfl to see the Avengers in action against a opponant who can match them move for move.
The Avengers end up on a most unexpected adventure. These Avengers do work well together and yes they are savage in combat.
The art looks amazing. Conan is brought across as a wild barbarian, Cloak and dagger you can easily tell from the art are older, Daredevil has a look of evil about her, Anti-Venom and Weapon H both are presented as hard core fighters and the Black Knight is a warrior for sure and Deathlok is relentless.
This Avengers together make up one of the toughest teams ever seen.

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