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Jim Hammond, the original Human Torch, has been driven mad by recent events - and now it's up to Namor to stop his rampage! And in England, Spitfire and Union Jack must face a different kind of Invader...one from another world! In 1917, several WWI heroes banded together to battle Martians -and now the invading aliens are back! As the Winter Soldier dispatched the all-new Jim Hammond, the original Human Torch, has been driven mad by recent events - and now it's up to Namor to stop his rampage! And in England, Spitfire and Union Jack must face a different kind of Invader...one from another world! In 1917, several WWI heroes banded together to battle Martians -and now the invading aliens are back! As the Winter Soldier dispatched the all-new Invaders to help Spitfire, Tanalth the Pursuer seeks answers...and Toro emerges from his Inhuman cocoon with dangerous new powers! Can the all-new Captain America help him navigate his rebirth? COLLECTING: All -New Invaders 11-15


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Jim Hammond, the original Human Torch, has been driven mad by recent events - and now it's up to Namor to stop his rampage! And in England, Spitfire and Union Jack must face a different kind of Invader...one from another world! In 1917, several WWI heroes banded together to battle Martians -and now the invading aliens are back! As the Winter Soldier dispatched the all-new Jim Hammond, the original Human Torch, has been driven mad by recent events - and now it's up to Namor to stop his rampage! And in England, Spitfire and Union Jack must face a different kind of Invader...one from another world! In 1917, several WWI heroes banded together to battle Martians -and now the invading aliens are back! As the Winter Soldier dispatched the all-new Invaders to help Spitfire, Tanalth the Pursuer seeks answers...and Toro emerges from his Inhuman cocoon with dangerous new powers! Can the all-new Captain America help him navigate his rebirth? COLLECTING: All -New Invaders 11-15

30 review for All-New Invaders, Vol. 3: The Martians are Coming

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Opens a whole bunch of plots in individual issues that will never be answered. This volume really meandered with no focus. It felt like Robinson knew the book was getting cancelled and just kind of gave up.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marco

    It's a pity this book was cancelled. A few of the issues collected here did no more than lay the groundwork for storylines to be explored later on. Especially the Martians in this book's title. The book ends before much can be done with them. Robinson's book also suffers from what I usually consider a strength in a writer who contributes to a shared universe franchise: adherence to continuity outside of one's own book. As a strength, he is aware of continuity (as a very nice aside, when the Marti It's a pity this book was cancelled. A few of the issues collected here did no more than lay the groundwork for storylines to be explored later on. Especially the Martians in this book's title. The book ends before much can be done with them. Robinson's book also suffers from what I usually consider a strength in a writer who contributes to a shared universe franchise: adherence to continuity outside of one's own book. As a strength, he is aware of continuity (as a very nice aside, when the Martians and Killraven get introduced into this title, that issue is inked by the War of the Worlds/Killraven artist P.Craig Russell) and incorporates it into the ongoing narrative or as characters' background. As a weakness, most of the major players in the Invaders (Captain America/Steve Rogers, Namor, and Bucky/Winter Soldier) are heavily involved and/or changed by events in other books, which forces Robinson to constantly adapt his tale to external circumstances, with all the storylines ultimately going nowhere when the hammer drops after #15.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I can' t help but sigh as I come to the end of the line with this book. It started off so well. As I said to a friend of mine, this book, in many ways, is the book I would have written given free rein to play with the Marvel Universe... and that's the problem with this last volume; the creators didn't have free rein. It was painful watching this originally great book succumbing to editorial mandates, like forcing the Inhumans into the story and turning Toro into a bloody Inhuman despite the fact I can' t help but sigh as I come to the end of the line with this book. It started off so well. As I said to a friend of mine, this book, in many ways, is the book I would have written given free rein to play with the Marvel Universe... and that's the problem with this last volume; the creators didn't have free rein. It was painful watching this originally great book succumbing to editorial mandates, like forcing the Inhumans into the story and turning Toro into a bloody Inhuman despite the fact that it makes ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE. It was also hamstrung by the changes that were happening elsewhere in the Marvel Universe, notably the changes to Captain America, Sam Wilson becoming the new Cap and what Namor was going through over in the Avengers titles. Given the handcuffs Marvel put on the creators of this title, it's no wonder it got cancelled. The writer must have felt like he was getting slapped in the face no matter which way he turned. It's such a shame because this book could have been fantastic. Where am I going to get my Jim Hammond fix now, damn it?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Judah Radd

    Not the worst ever, but disappointing nonetheless. I can tell that this got cancelled earlier than anticipated. Many loose ends were left open, while others were hastily wrapped up. At one point, Robinson basically lists all the loose ends on a big splash page. It was almost like a desperate plea for someone else to resolve them. Kinda sad. The art was cool, and I really dig the characterization of Hammond and Toro. I also really like this more vulnerable and affectionate side of Namor. The Martian Not the worst ever, but disappointing nonetheless. I can tell that this got cancelled earlier than anticipated. Many loose ends were left open, while others were hastily wrapped up. At one point, Robinson basically lists all the loose ends on a big splash page. It was almost like a desperate plea for someone else to resolve them. Kinda sad. The art was cool, and I really dig the characterization of Hammond and Toro. I also really like this more vulnerable and affectionate side of Namor. The Martians? You barely see em. It’s weird. Overall, this is decent but doesn’t live up to it’s full potential. Ultimately, a bit of a disappointment.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    The Human Torch is going insane and needs to be saved, as all AIs are being controlled with Deathloks. Plots sort of blended, it wasn't as good as volume 1. This is set post Rick Remender taking over, so Steve is now old and very unhappy about it. I would have liked to have seen him and Bucky through it all. Lash was in it, which was interesting with this season of Shield. Iron Woman of Germany was pretty cool. It just never hung together right. The Human Torch is going insane and needs to be saved, as all AIs are being controlled with Deathloks. Plots sort of blended, it wasn't as good as volume 1. This is set post Rick Remender taking over, so Steve is now old and very unhappy about it. I would have liked to have seen him and Bucky through it all. Lash was in it, which was interesting with this season of Shield. Iron Woman of Germany was pretty cool. It just never hung together right.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brent

    Real fun for superhero fans, plus guest appearance by Killraven and artist Craig Russell on H. G. Wells martians! Robinson lights more fires, starts more story ideas, than he can complete and so the last issue/chapter is a summing up. Recommended. Thanks for the loan to Fulton County Public Library.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    This volume is just kind of sad...it spends most of its time setting up future plotlines, plotlines which I think would have been interesting to follow, and then the series was cancelled. I feel like James Robinson was finally getting down to business and making this title one to watch and I'm sad he didn't get the chance. This volume is just kind of sad...it spends most of its time setting up future plotlines, plotlines which I think would have been interesting to follow, and then the series was cancelled. I feel like James Robinson was finally getting down to business and making this title one to watch and I'm sad he didn't get the chance.

  8. 5 out of 5

    B

    This is a really rewarding read, but only because it challenges you for Marvel trivia. The story is definitely confusing and unfinished. But it instills confidence that there would be a panoramic view of the entire universe (Earth X style) if it were allowed to keep going.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    The art is fine and the writing is still fun but the series abruptly ends without exploring any of the major plotlines. It's just left wide open. Really frustrating. The art is fine and the writing is still fun but the series abruptly ends without exploring any of the major plotlines. It's just left wide open. Really frustrating.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jason Tanner

    All-New Invaders vol. 3 was good, but not as good as the first two. And, sadly, the series ended before we got to see resolution on most of the big plots.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Ehhh. Volumes 1-2 of this series were a promising start, bringing the Invaders characters back together in an organic way and setting them some real challenges, as well as introducing some new takes on familiar faces and paving the way for something special. And then of course the series gets cancelled and it all goes to hell. This final volume promises a resolution to the Martian plotline, but like everything else in this run, it all goes unresolved. The first issue sorts out what was wrong with Ehhh. Volumes 1-2 of this series were a promising start, bringing the Invaders characters back together in an organic way and setting them some real challenges, as well as introducing some new takes on familiar faces and paving the way for something special. And then of course the series gets cancelled and it all goes to hell. This final volume promises a resolution to the Martian plotline, but like everything else in this run, it all goes unresolved. The first issue sorts out what was wrong with Jim Hammond at the end of the previous volume, and then the two issues following that set up a) some more Martian storylines with some other Invaders characters and b) another conflict involving the Kree, the Eternals, and the Gods Whisper from Volume 1. Then the last two issues tell a different story and basically say 'All this stuff is unresolved, Jim Hammond has a cat, the end!' I suppose leaving everything up in the air to hopefully be resolved in another title at another time is better than a truncated and unsatisfying conclusion, but I just feel gipped that nothing in this run came to any fruition at all. The character work, especially with Jim Hammond has been great, and I like the new Iron Cross and Radiance characters, as well as the re-emergence of Toro and the Golden Age Vision, but now I'm afraid the characters are all doomed to fade into obscurity again. Sigh. Steve Pugh's art is still great, though, so that's a bonus. I especially like his flame effects, and how he differentiates between Jim and Toro when they're on fire. Disappointing, but probably not James Robinson and co.'s fault.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Krzysztof Grabowski

    Winter Soldier, pierwszy Human Torch, Kapitan Ameryka, Namor i parę innych figur. Wydawać by się mogło, że całość powinna porywać, bo w końcu mamy postacie z charakterami. No i niestety coś tu mocno nie pykło, czyniąc All-New Invaders jedną z najgorszych serii Marvel NOW! Tytuł straszy nas Marsjanami, ale tych jest tu zaskakująco mało. Początek to szaleństwo Ludzkiej Pochodni, z którym musi zmierzyć się nasza grupa. Potem mamy powroty do przeszłości, gdzie bohaterzy z Union Jack'iem na czele walc Winter Soldier, pierwszy Human Torch, Kapitan Ameryka, Namor i parę innych figur. Wydawać by się mogło, że całość powinna porywać, bo w końcu mamy postacie z charakterami. No i niestety coś tu mocno nie pykło, czyniąc All-New Invaders jedną z najgorszych serii Marvel NOW! Tytuł straszy nas Marsjanami, ale tych jest tu zaskakująco mało. Początek to szaleństwo Ludzkiej Pochodni, z którym musi zmierzyć się nasza grupa. Potem mamy powroty do przeszłości, gdzie bohaterzy z Union Jack'iem na czele walczą z kosmitami. Jeszcze dalej Tanalth The Pursuer połączy siły z Eternals, co było zdecydowanie najciekawszym fragmentem tego stu stronicowego tomu. To oczywiście nie koniec atrakcji, bowiem dojdą tu jeszcze Inhumans. Dzieje się naprawdę sporo, ale jest to przedstawione zwyczajnie nieatrakcyjnie, gdzie na dialogach można przysnąć. Całości towarzyszy poprawna kreska Pugha, ale nie wyróżnia się ona w żadnym aspekcie. All-New Invaders kończy się tak, jak zaczynało. Słabo. Nieco szkoda, bo temu zapomnianemu tytułowi przydało by się coś lepszego.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Mini Comic File – Invaders: The Martians are Coming I really want to like this volume, it should totally be relevant to my interests with World War II style heroes and British Invaders. But in the end this really failed for me. Robinson is tasked with ending his run on the Invaders. And so he attempts to connect what seem like unconnected storylines in this volume, and it really does not work. Basically I feel like instead of revisiting some of the past adventures, he should have left some well e Mini Comic File – Invaders: The Martians are Coming I really want to like this volume, it should totally be relevant to my interests with World War II style heroes and British Invaders. But in the end this really failed for me. Robinson is tasked with ending his run on the Invaders. And so he attempts to connect what seem like unconnected storylines in this volume, and it really does not work. Basically I feel like instead of revisiting some of the past adventures, he should have left some well enough alone. They were resolved to me, but now they are wide open again and despite his promise to revisit these arcs in his other Marvel books, I don’t feel confident that it will happen! Martians are barely in this volume, and not resolved at all! For fans of Tuesday night, Lash shows up in this collection. This led me to wonder how he will be modeled in the live-action production. Sadly, 2 out of 5 stars.

  14. 4 out of 5

    David

    There were moments of 5-star masterpiece going here. This was a perfect title for James Robinson to play with, giving him the full history of the Marvel heroes going back decades and decades, which he could have easily layered with complex, meaningful, historical, peopled stories... we got glimpses of where he was heading. And it was delightful. And wonderful. And could have been some of his best work since his Superman run. But the title was cancel and it's all wrapped up in a rush. Such a sham There were moments of 5-star masterpiece going here. This was a perfect title for James Robinson to play with, giving him the full history of the Marvel heroes going back decades and decades, which he could have easily layered with complex, meaningful, historical, peopled stories... we got glimpses of where he was heading. And it was delightful. And wonderful. And could have been some of his best work since his Superman run. But the title was cancel and it's all wrapped up in a rush. Such a shame. One point that really grated on me. I know it's the Invaders. But, seriously, Neo-Nazis, again, in modern Germany? You can do better than that. You own modern Germans, and German-Americans, more than that. Using Neo-Nazis as fall-back villains is just plain lazy thinking. I'm sick to death of seeing Nazis as villains. Germans are not villains. Germans are wonderful people. It's time to rethink using Neo-Nazis as villains all the times, lazy-thinkers.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    There was so much potential for this series, but the constant interruptions of company-wide cross-over events made the 15 issues collected in these three paperback editions feel disjointed at best. Robinson delivers some wonderful character development, and in Vol 3 I really loved the WW1 flashback featuring a variation on Freedom's Five that sidelined The Squire in favor of a "new" version of Iron Fist. (Especially loved P. Craig Russell's inking on that flashback.), but I never felt invested i There was so much potential for this series, but the constant interruptions of company-wide cross-over events made the 15 issues collected in these three paperback editions feel disjointed at best. Robinson delivers some wonderful character development, and in Vol 3 I really loved the WW1 flashback featuring a variation on Freedom's Five that sidelined The Squire in favor of a "new" version of Iron Fist. (Especially loved P. Craig Russell's inking on that flashback.), but I never felt invested in the stakes involved in the action sequences. Likewise, I assume an abrupt cancellation (but early enough to include a wrap-up scene with Cap, Namor and the Torch) explains why so many subplots were introduced in the final couple of issues.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    Well a fun series while it lasted. Kudos to James Robinson for making Jim Hammond possibly the most human character in the title, and Namor almost likable as a person. The significant drawback for me is the number of loose plot lines that will never be resolved (this is where a Geoff Johns or Mark Waid could really benefit Marvel wrapping a decades old storyline). The entire Killraven/Martian plot line is left hanging as is the Eternals working to gain control of Galactus's mind. Well a fun series while it lasted. Kudos to James Robinson for making Jim Hammond possibly the most human character in the title, and Namor almost likable as a person. The significant drawback for me is the number of loose plot lines that will never be resolved (this is where a Geoff Johns or Mark Waid could really benefit Marvel wrapping a decades old storyline). The entire Killraven/Martian plot line is left hanging as is the Eternals working to gain control of Galactus's mind.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dale Donovan

    For any fans of the original INVADERS, these 3 collections of James Robinson's "All-New Invaders" are must-reads. All the originals show up at some point, as do many other "vintage" characters of the MCU, plus a few new characters whose heritage dates back to the original group. Great art & fine writing that's respectful of the source material while building and expanding upon that foundation. For any fans of the original INVADERS, these 3 collections of James Robinson's "All-New Invaders" are must-reads. All the originals show up at some point, as do many other "vintage" characters of the MCU, plus a few new characters whose heritage dates back to the original group. Great art & fine writing that's respectful of the source material while building and expanding upon that foundation.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Not bad for a recent Marvel contribution as most of the titles now are bad. The use of classic characters and pulp heroes i enjoyed. The link to the old marvel makes it bearable. james Robinson done a great job.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lionel

    Was there a story here ?????

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ksenia Moskovkina

  21. 5 out of 5

    Victor Valdes

  22. 5 out of 5

    Russell Tandy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

  24. 5 out of 5

    David Akeroyd

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ick

  27. 4 out of 5

    Pat

  28. 5 out of 5

    Thad

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kenny Porter

  30. 4 out of 5

    Frank

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