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These are the stories of the end of the world, and of the people who faced the end together. Some of them wore costumes, and some of them didn't. Some had super-human powers, and all some had were each other. They were the Mighty Avengers. And this is what they did on the last day. Plus: the Age of Ultron hits Britain, and Captain Britain hits back with a little help from These are the stories of the end of the world, and of the people who faced the end together. Some of them wore costumes, and some of them didn't. Some had super-human powers, and all some had were each other. They were the Mighty Avengers. And this is what they did on the last day. Plus: the Age of Ultron hits Britain, and Captain Britain hits back with a little help from his friends - including a vacationing Captain Marvel! Collecting: Captain America & The Mighty Avengers 8-9, Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders 1-2, Avengers Assemble 15.AU


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These are the stories of the end of the world, and of the people who faced the end together. Some of them wore costumes, and some of them didn't. Some had super-human powers, and all some had were each other. They were the Mighty Avengers. And this is what they did on the last day. Plus: the Age of Ultron hits Britain, and Captain Britain hits back with a little help from These are the stories of the end of the world, and of the people who faced the end together. Some of them wore costumes, and some of them didn't. Some had super-human powers, and all some had were each other. They were the Mighty Avengers. And this is what they did on the last day. Plus: the Age of Ultron hits Britain, and Captain Britain hits back with a little help from his friends - including a vacationing Captain Marvel! Collecting: Captain America & The Mighty Avengers 8-9, Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders 1-2, Avengers Assemble 15.AU

30 review for Captain America and the Mighty Avengers, Volume 2: Last Days

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Well, this is a strange, little book. This volume collects the final two issues of Captain America & The Mighty Avengers and the two-issue mini series Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders. Both series were written by Al Ewing, though, who is a writer I'm getting more and more respect for. He clearly knows his Marvel Universe history and has a deep love for it... even some of the more esoteric corners. To deal with the wrap up of CA&TMA first, these two issues deal with the 'end' of the Marvel Un Well, this is a strange, little book. This volume collects the final two issues of Captain America & The Mighty Avengers and the two-issue mini series Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders. Both series were written by Al Ewing, though, who is a writer I'm getting more and more respect for. He clearly knows his Marvel Universe history and has a deep love for it... even some of the more esoteric corners. To deal with the wrap up of CA&TMA first, these two issues deal with the 'end' of the Marvel Universe and focus on the more human aspects of the impending end. The theme is that everybody can be a hero in their own way and, in this day and age, it's a damned good theme. I actually wept at the end of this story... and, yes, I am a total wuss; thanks for asking. :-) The CB&TMD half of the book is yet another Secret Wars tie-in, and I could weep again because this is far and away the best of the SW tie-ins... yet it's also the shortest! Where's the justice, Marvel? We only get two issues of fantastic Alan Davis artwork and a superb parody of Judge Dredd that had me laughing my balls off! I'd actually give both halves of this collection five stars but the collection overall only gets four for being a bit of a weird combo and being just too damned short! Anyone know what Al Ewing is writing post-Secret Wars, if anything?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Hmmmm. 3.5 stars. What a strange collection! First of all, despite the title, only the first 2 issues are actually about Captain America and the Mighty Avengers. And those are the last 2 issues before secret wars, meaning nothing really matters or is permanent, meaning the world is ending and everyone just wants to be with their family but/and the heroes keep fighting because that's what they do, meaning I totally cried. Yes, even though I know it's not REALLY the end; yes I cry every time a com Hmmmm. 3.5 stars. What a strange collection! First of all, despite the title, only the first 2 issues are actually about Captain America and the Mighty Avengers. And those are the last 2 issues before secret wars, meaning nothing really matters or is permanent, meaning the world is ending and everyone just wants to be with their family but/and the heroes keep fighting because that's what they do, meaning I totally cried. Yes, even though I know it's not REALLY the end; yes I cry every time a comics character dies too, even though I know they'll be back in a few weeks/months/years. Second of all, and even more bizarrely, the next two issues are the Captain Britain Secret Wars book. Yes, this "Captain America" book was actually half (more, if you count the last issue which is an age of ultron tie-in of all things) about Captain BRITAIN. Not Braddock Captain Britain though, which was actually the saving grace of this arc for me. And I certainly would never have picked that up without this book, so I'm weirdly glad it tricked me that way.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Judah Radd

    The first two issues are fucking amazing. So emotionally resonant. They are perfect companions Hickman’s Time Runs Out and Secret Wars. If it was just those, this would be 5 stars. Unfortunately, there are also some really lame-ass tie ins like Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders and some ancient AU tie in that I read a while back and disliked. They clearly just wanted to fill up this TPB. Oh well. If you can find a cheap library copy for $3 (like I did) then this is still totally worth readi The first two issues are fucking amazing. So emotionally resonant. They are perfect companions Hickman’s Time Runs Out and Secret Wars. If it was just those, this would be 5 stars. Unfortunately, there are also some really lame-ass tie ins like Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders and some ancient AU tie in that I read a while back and disliked. They clearly just wanted to fill up this TPB. Oh well. If you can find a cheap library copy for $3 (like I did) then this is still totally worth reading for the first two issues.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Last Days (8-9). The first two issues close out the Mighty Avengers title, with #8 basically being a Time Runs Out crossover and #9 being Last Days. The TRO issue offers some nice continuity, but it's the Last Days issue that knocks it out of the park with great and honest characterization of these heroes. It doesn't necessarily offer great closure for the title, but it offers great moments for these characters [5/5] Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders. Yeah, the inclusion of this creates a we Last Days (8-9). The first two issues close out the Mighty Avengers title, with #8 basically being a Time Runs Out crossover and #9 being Last Days. The TRO issue offers some nice continuity, but it's the Last Days issue that knocks it out of the park with great and honest characterization of these heroes. It doesn't necessarily offer great closure for the title, but it offers great moments for these characters [5/5] Captain Britain & The Mighty Defenders. Yeah, the inclusion of this creates a weird volume, but there is some continuity in a few characters, in the casting, and in Ewing's writing. It's yet another Battleworld battle, this time with Mighty Defenders fighting Judge Dredd(ish). Faiza, from Paul Cornell's Captain Britain & MI-13 comic is definitely the star of this story, and depicted well here. The rest are OK, but the trope of cities fighting is already dull [3+/5] Age of Ultron (AA15AU). And this totally breaks the volume as a coherent collection, though it's got overlap in Ewing's writing and the Excalibur characters. And the story itself is OK. A last stand again Ultron with some strong character work for Faiza, Brian, and "Magic Boots Mel"(!!!). I want to see Mel again, but otherwise it's pretty forgettable. [3/5] Marvel has occasionally been putting out collections that cohere badly, but this may be the worst. EVAR. Though it's got a great Last Days story, everything else feels like padding, and it's a shame to get such a motley. They should have just included the two Last Days issues in the last Mighty Avengers volume, and who cares about the rest. (The AU story was already in the Age of Ultron Companion, for those who actually did care.)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    2.5 Stars This wasn't bad but suffered from the same issue the first volume did, mainly that you don't get the whole story here. Every story here is only part of something bigger that is told elsewhere. We have a Secret Wars tie in, then the Battleworlds tie in, ending with the Ultron Unlimited tie in. If you are familiar with all of those other crossovers, then you will enjoy this. If you not, you may be mostly lost. 2.5 Stars This wasn't bad but suffered from the same issue the first volume did, mainly that you don't get the whole story here. Every story here is only part of something bigger that is told elsewhere. We have a Secret Wars tie in, then the Battleworlds tie in, ending with the Ultron Unlimited tie in. If you are familiar with all of those other crossovers, then you will enjoy this. If you not, you may be mostly lost.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte (Buried in Books)

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What on earth was that? Most of it wasn't about the Avengers at all, but Captain Britain. Disappointed, this was a set up for Secret Wars. What on earth was that? Most of it wasn't about the Avengers at all, but Captain Britain. Disappointed, this was a set up for Secret Wars.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    Just as it was getting going after the last relaunch, Mighty Avengers smacked straight into Secret Wars and ended again - insert general gripe re: Marvel's current addiction to Issue 1s here. And focus on the positive: it made a good end, continuing with the series' theme of the good anyone, even without powers, can do for their fellow humans. Also collected here: the brilliant single-issue story, originally hidden among the Age of Ultron tie-ins, in which Al essentially came up with a unified f Just as it was getting going after the last relaunch, Mighty Avengers smacked straight into Secret Wars and ended again - insert general gripe re: Marvel's current addiction to Issue 1s here. And focus on the positive: it made a good end, continuing with the series' theme of the good anyone, even without powers, can do for their fellow humans. Also collected here: the brilliant single-issue story, originally hidden among the Age of Ultron tie-ins, in which Al essentially came up with a unified field theory of British comics. Plus, the Secret Wars tie-in Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders, which draws heavily on Al's 2000AD work. Like much of the best 2000AD, especially in the comic's formative years, what it lacks in subtlety it makes up for in lack of subtlety. That's a lot of Britain for a collection with Captain America's name in the title, isn't it? But sod it, we lend America almost all their best comics writers, so it's only fair.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    This book contains a lot of disparate stories, the 2 last issues of Cap & the Mighty Avengers are really good with strong character work throughout. Best part of the book by far. Then it’s on to Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders, a decent little tie in to Secret Wars. Felt a bit rushed in that it tells all of its story in 2 issues crammed full of a lot of fun ideas, not much chance for anything to shine through but Faiza a cool character from Captain Britain and MI-13 a book from a good fe This book contains a lot of disparate stories, the 2 last issues of Cap & the Mighty Avengers are really good with strong character work throughout. Best part of the book by far. Then it’s on to Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders, a decent little tie in to Secret Wars. Felt a bit rushed in that it tells all of its story in 2 issues crammed full of a lot of fun ideas, not much chance for anything to shine through but Faiza a cool character from Captain Britain and MI-13 a book from a good few years back. Was still a fun little series and glad it was in this collection as it feels a bit connected to the previous series. After that we have a one off annual tie in to some Ultron story, also features some of the characters from that old Captain Britain series plus Captain Marvel, looked pretty cool. The worst part of the book though.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    This reaffirms my opinion that Mighty Avengers should not have been restarted as Captain America and the Mighty Avengers. The new version only lasted nine issues and Luke Cage is still the real main character. In this volume we get the last two issues of the series, where everything goes kerfuffle because of Crisis on Infinite Secret Wars. Then a two-issue Secret Wars crossover called Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders which has some of the same characters on Battleworld. Then, for filler, This reaffirms my opinion that Mighty Avengers should not have been restarted as Captain America and the Mighty Avengers. The new version only lasted nine issues and Luke Cage is still the real main character. In this volume we get the last two issues of the series, where everything goes kerfuffle because of Crisis on Infinite Secret Wars. Then a two-issue Secret Wars crossover called Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders which has some of the same characters on Battleworld. Then, for filler, we get a crossover from Age of Ultron from a couple years ago reminding us of how Faiza Hussain became Captain Britain. The writing is all by Al Ewing, who writes good characters. But the stories are all off to the side of the main story, and I'm not sure they add anything.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Carl Waluconis

    These are good comic stories, well written, nice art, but an odd and unsatisfying volume because the stories here are snipped out of larger over-arching stories, with lots left out. The last days of the Avengers are the last days of creation, then the start of its replacement. The next tale is right after Ultron takes over the world. Unless someone is familiar with these larger stories, they could leave readers scratching their heads. It's like reading chapters selected almost randomly from a la These are good comic stories, well written, nice art, but an odd and unsatisfying volume because the stories here are snipped out of larger over-arching stories, with lots left out. The last days of the Avengers are the last days of creation, then the start of its replacement. The next tale is right after Ultron takes over the world. Unless someone is familiar with these larger stories, they could leave readers scratching their heads. It's like reading chapters selected almost randomly from a larger book. The consistent factor is that all were written by Al Ewing, always worth reading, but this selection does not highlight his work well.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Thomas

    This is kinda frustrating. Al Ewing's great, and this (street-level mostly non-white Avengers) should've been a great title for him (and it occasionally was) but so many Marvel EVENTS were going on that both were kinda hamstrung. Otoh this final volume was a tie-in with Hickman's "End of the world/Secret Wars" epic, and that produced about as moving an issue of a comic as I've ever read, hence the five. Besides I'm in it, that has to be worth bonus points. This is kinda frustrating. Al Ewing's great, and this (street-level mostly non-white Avengers) should've been a great title for him (and it occasionally was) but so many Marvel EVENTS were going on that both were kinda hamstrung. Otoh this final volume was a tie-in with Hickman's "End of the world/Secret Wars" epic, and that produced about as moving an issue of a comic as I've ever read, hence the five. Besides I'm in it, that has to be worth bonus points.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    This collection has three unrelated parts. The Mighty Avengers story was very good. I wish it could have been extended. Luke Ross provided some nice panels and Al Ewing's dialogue was some of his best. The Battleworld portion was less than stellar. These stories have been hit or miss and this one was a pretty large miss. The last section was completely unrelated and I'm unsure why it was here. Overall, the book is worth reading for The Mighty Avengers but that's it. This collection has three unrelated parts. The Mighty Avengers story was very good. I wish it could have been extended. Luke Ross provided some nice panels and Al Ewing's dialogue was some of his best. The Battleworld portion was less than stellar. These stories have been hit or miss and this one was a pretty large miss. The last section was completely unrelated and I'm unsure why it was here. Overall, the book is worth reading for The Mighty Avengers but that's it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    James Staten

    Good series The mix of characters is the best thing about this book . Well done. Good writing and good art enjoyabke

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    Same as the first volume, this would likely be better if it wasn't forced into a crossover. Same as the first volume, this would likely be better if it wasn't forced into a crossover.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    The Mighty Avengers issues are fantastic. The others are so-so.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    A couple of tie in stories. A wrap up of the series with the last days, secret wars tiein and age of ultron tie-in

  17. 5 out of 5

    Casey Taylor

    Skip it. It has all the same problems of the first volume but worse. This is basically the outtakes from some big crossover series. I can't keep them all straight from marvel or DC anymore Skip it. It has all the same problems of the first volume but worse. This is basically the outtakes from some big crossover series. I can't keep them all straight from marvel or DC anymore

  18. 4 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Reprints Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #8-9, Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders #1-2, and Avengers Assemble #15 (July 2013-October 2015). The world is ending and the Mighty Avengers have a choice…kill other worlds to survive or allow all of reality to fall? When the plan goes awry and an amalgam of realities are formed on a planet called Battleworld, the Mighty Avengers find themselves transformed into the Mighty Defenders in a no-hold-bars throwdown to protect their little piece Reprints Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #8-9, Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders #1-2, and Avengers Assemble #15 (July 2013-October 2015). The world is ending and the Mighty Avengers have a choice…kill other worlds to survive or allow all of reality to fall? When the plan goes awry and an amalgam of realities are formed on a planet called Battleworld, the Mighty Avengers find themselves transformed into the Mighty Defenders in a no-hold-bars throwdown to protect their little piece of the world. Written by Al Ewing, Captain America and the Mighty Avengers 2: Last Days is the second and final volume of the short lived series. The comic features the last two issues of Captain America and the Mighty Avengers which crosses over with Secret Wars and also includes the two issue limited Secret Wars: Warzones series Captain Britain and the Mighty Avengers in addition to an Age of Ultron crossover in Avengers Assemble #15 (July 2013). The final two issues of the series were also contained in Secret Wars: Last Days of the Marvel Universe. Captain America and the Mighty Avengers demonstrates a problem with the comic book industry today. Before, comics were individually contained stories or possibly continued in a issue or two. Later, multi-title storylines began to develop with crossovers. Then the whole “Big Event” concept developed, and series would tie into the events (but generally were self-contained). Writers started writing six issue arcs for trades but the trades generally told a story…here you see a trade that doesn’t tell a story and isn’t even coherent. It feels like publishing for publishing’s sake. Marvel always feel they need to relaunch series. There is no history or nostalgia with comics, and comics like Captain America and the Mighty Avengers doesn’t seem to be the type of comic that a new reader would pick-up and enjoy but it also is not enjoyable for older readers who know the characters. The two issues collected here along with the random issues from Secret Wars (which unless you read Secret Wars also make very little sense as well). A lot of eyes were on Marvel at this point with Sam Wilson becoming Captain America…and Marvel doesn’t serve him very well. Even with the Marvel Universe “relaunch” after Secret Wars, this series isn’t scheduled to resurface. This is probably a good thing in that it isn’t very good. It is unfortunate however that a book that has a lot of attention is written so poorly and a “showcase” for diversity in the Marvel Universe…the characters all deserve better along with the readers.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Memphis Evans

    A great story incorporating the Incursion/Secret Wars events much more successfully than some titles did. Super poignant.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    Okay the parts of this book that deal with the stuff promised by the cover--the last days of Earth as the events of "Time Runs Out" play out, are fantastic. Four or five stars. In part because we get the perspective of the people caught up in all of it--because that's what happens to these heroes. The best argument against Reed and the Illuminati? It's not in Steve's group. It's articulated by these characters in this book. And the final issue in which the actual last incursion begins is great. Okay the parts of this book that deal with the stuff promised by the cover--the last days of Earth as the events of "Time Runs Out" play out, are fantastic. Four or five stars. In part because we get the perspective of the people caught up in all of it--because that's what happens to these heroes. The best argument against Reed and the Illuminati? It's not in Steve's group. It's articulated by these characters in this book. And the final issue in which the actual last incursion begins is great. Powerfully focused on the impact of the end on various individuals whom Ewing has made human and meaningful for us. The rest of the book? Well, unfortunately Secret Wars didn't nearly hold up after the awesomeness of Time Runs Out. Perhaps it would have if given sufficient time etc., but no way Marvel was going to let an alternate reality Marvel last that long--although I guess DC recently more than did that with the New 52 and then the re-introduction of yet another amalgam DC Universe. Ah well. So the Captain Britain and the Defenders story was...interesting...I guess. I certainly would never have picked it up for its own sake, and even less the alternate universe single issue story at the end of the collection. It wasn't a bad read, it just...with alternate universe/soon to be erased universe stuff, there's no stakes because it's all going away. Ah well.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    The two Secret Wars issues that start this collection are among the best tie-ins to that crossover, but it's still a big derailment from where the series was heading previously. The first ties into the big intra-hero battles in Avengers that lead up to Secret Wars. The highlight of this issue is Reed Richards getting chewed out by Blue Marvel and Spectrum. The second issue, though, is all highlights. This is the only Secret Wars tale that really gets at what it means to be brave in the face of t The two Secret Wars issues that start this collection are among the best tie-ins to that crossover, but it's still a big derailment from where the series was heading previously. The first ties into the big intra-hero battles in Avengers that lead up to Secret Wars. The highlight of this issue is Reed Richards getting chewed out by Blue Marvel and Spectrum. The second issue, though, is all highlights. This is the only Secret Wars tale that really gets at what it means to be brave in the face of the world ending. It damn near made me cry. Wrapping up the collection are the two issues of Captain Britain & the Mighty Defenders (also a Secret Wars tie-in). These are also among the best tie-ins for that crossover. There's some overlap in membership, but otherwise the only connective tissue is Al Ewing's wit and optimism.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    Last two issues of Cap and Mighty Avengers, two issues of a Battleworld with Captain Britain, and an Ultron story. Odd mashup for sure. The end of Might Avengers was pretty well done--the Illuminati stuff and how they screwed up was pretty interesting, but the last issue was stellar. I've enjoyed seeing how various authors and stories portrayed the last days, and this was an emotional one, about how everyone is a hero in their own small ways, because small things matter always. Dave and Soraya w Last two issues of Cap and Mighty Avengers, two issues of a Battleworld with Captain Britain, and an Ultron story. Odd mashup for sure. The end of Might Avengers was pretty well done--the Illuminati stuff and how they screwed up was pretty interesting, but the last issue was stellar. I've enjoyed seeing how various authors and stories portrayed the last days, and this was an emotional one, about how everyone is a hero in their own small ways, because small things matter always. Dave and Soraya were great, and the last panels were sweet. Captain Britain is a cool character, and I'd like to read more about her. Her Battleworld was interesting, but there's not much story you can tell in two issues, unfortunately. I didn't bother with the Ultron story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

    Public library copy. I didn't find the prior first volume all that interesting and this volume didn't undo what I've discovered probably served as a diverse ethnic group first followed by, in giant drifting margins, a memorable story second. Such a shame Marvel wasted the talents of great artists on this series, but in fairness, none of it was their best work other. What a waste of time. As a reader I could have read something exciting, fresh, new, and wonderful from Image rather than this kind Public library copy. I didn't find the prior first volume all that interesting and this volume didn't undo what I've discovered probably served as a diverse ethnic group first followed by, in giant drifting margins, a memorable story second. Such a shame Marvel wasted the talents of great artists on this series, but in fairness, none of it was their best work other. What a waste of time. As a reader I could have read something exciting, fresh, new, and wonderful from Image rather than this kind of cookie cutter, assembly line type thing.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    This is a weird hodgepodge of a book. The first 2 issues are just a wrap up of the series before Secret Wars starts. They should have just been in the first volume. The next two issues are an ancillary tie in to Secret Wars. However, Secret Wars hasn't been collected yet so I haven't read it to know what's going on is these two issues. The last issue in the book is a reprint of one of the Avengers tie-ins to Age of Ultron. Nowhere in this book does Captain America appear in this book so I guess This is a weird hodgepodge of a book. The first 2 issues are just a wrap up of the series before Secret Wars starts. They should have just been in the first volume. The next two issues are an ancillary tie in to Secret Wars. However, Secret Wars hasn't been collected yet so I haven't read it to know what's going on is these two issues. The last issue in the book is a reprint of one of the Avengers tie-ins to Age of Ultron. Nowhere in this book does Captain America appear in this book so I guess his name was added to the title to boost sales.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Much better than I expected. The Mighty Avengers storyline was a little bland but really did a nice job of bringing the concept into last days. The real surprise was the Secret Wars - Captain Britain and the Defenders, which had Judge Dread like elements and was only loosely connected to Mighty Avengers.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    It was a strange decision to combine the last issue of the Marvel Universe....with the end of everything...into this Battleworld story. Why? Who knows. It works, though. Too bad I hadn't really planned on dipping into Secret Wars yet (2017 reread) Reread is I plan on tackling Secret Wars soon. It was a strange decision to combine the last issue of the Marvel Universe....with the end of everything...into this Battleworld story. Why? Who knows. It works, though. Too bad I hadn't really planned on dipping into Secret Wars yet (2017 reread) Reread is I plan on tackling Secret Wars soon.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Luke Cages more street level Avengers team get dragged into big events and crossovers. It's a bit clunky, but at the same time these are the heroes that finally call out the New Avengers/Illuminati and how things are their fault. Thank you! I've been waiting months for someone in the MU to call them out. Fun series, despite being dragged into every crossover. Luke Cages more street level Avengers team get dragged into big events and crossovers. It's a bit clunky, but at the same time these are the heroes that finally call out the New Avengers/Illuminati and how things are their fault. Thank you! I've been waiting months for someone in the MU to call them out. Fun series, despite being dragged into every crossover.

  28. 4 out of 5

    B

    All these "Last Days" books are real gut punches. Again, there's probably too much going on to handle. And the emotion while extremely powerful feels a little cheap. Then we get a bonus Battleworld story. A lot of them have the same feel. I can't get enough but I don't know what the value is. All these "Last Days" books are real gut punches. Again, there's probably too much going on to handle. And the emotion while extremely powerful feels a little cheap. Then we get a bonus Battleworld story. A lot of them have the same feel. I can't get enough but I don't know what the value is.

  29. 5 out of 5

    James Rodrigues

    Well, this is an odd one. Just as Mighty Avengers gets past AXIS to get its own decent story going, in comes Secret Wars to take over the storyline. The result is a choppy end which shows characters reacting to the Incursion as it barrels towards the world we've followed for so long, but the end is rather bittersweet. Well, this is an odd one. Just as Mighty Avengers gets past AXIS to get its own decent story going, in comes Secret Wars to take over the storyline. The result is a choppy end which shows characters reacting to the Incursion as it barrels towards the world we've followed for so long, but the end is rather bittersweet.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Other than the addition of some issues in the back that were repetitive (i.e. available in other places/volumes) this was great. A good continuation of the previous story, a lead in to the Secret Wars issues included, and just an over all two thumbs up.

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