Avengers Academy was a great comic series about the next generation of heroes who all hold a secret. From there the series become Avengers Arena and Avengers Undercover, both worthy follow-ups. There’s also Avengers: The Initiative which kicked so much off.
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It’s a new week for comics and we’re helping you make your way through the numerous releases to narrow it down as to what comics should be a part of your buy pile. Below see what we’ve put together as far as 10 comics (and one trade or graphic novel) you should be checking out!
Top Pick: Magnus Robot Fighter #1 (Dynamite) – Magnus is back in Dynamite’s revived Gold Key line of comics. Fred Van Lente takes the reigns as writer for this updated take on the classic character. So far, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, the first release of the line, has been excellent and we expect this to be the same.
Avengers Undercover #1 – Marvel’s youngest heroes are back in this continuation of Avengers Arena. We’ll see how Arcade’s torture has changed them.
Death Sentence #6 – Titan Comics’ series has been over the top fun. It involves an STD that gives you super powers but kills you in 6 months.
The Fox #5 – Archie has put together some super hero fun that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Garth Ennis’ Red Team #7 – It’s been a while since the last issue, but this series about crooked cops is so good.
Hawkeye #17– One of the best series on the market. It should be on everyone’s list.
Liberator: Earth Crisis #1 – The animal rights series is back, this time with the help from the band Earth Crisis.
The Returning #1 – BOOM!’s latest horror series has to deal with near death experiences and sounds too interesting to not check out.
Stray Bullets: The Killers #1 – The acclaimed series is back with a new volume.
Superior Foes of Spider-Man #9 – I love this series. One of my favorite debuts of 2013. The focus on Spider-Man’s C list villains is hilarious and beyond entertaining.
This March, ask yourself the question: If you were a teen superhuman and all the adult heroes failed you when you were kidnapped and tortured, would you switch sides and break bad? Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Avengers Undercover #1 from writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Kev Walker!
Damaged, broken, and forever changed by their experiences in Murder World, five conflicted young superhumans are out to prove to the world they can still be heroes. Now, Bloodstone, Hazmat, Deathlocket, Cammi, Anachronism, Chase, and Nico are going rogue and heading deep undercover with the Masters of Evil. And they’re going to take them down from the inside!
But the longer these teens spend undercover, the deeper they descend into darkness. And the line between good and evil blurs. Before it’s all over – a new super villain will be born!
Their time in Murder World prepared them for death. But nothing can prepare them for their new lives among the Masters of Evil. The longer they stay undercover, their path’s become more clear: Join up with the Masters of Evil for real, or be discovered and killed! If you thought Murder World was dangerous, you haven’t seen anything yet – and it all starts this March in Avengers Undercover #1!
AVENGERS UNDERCOVER #1 (JAN140692)
Written by DENNIS HOPELESS
Art by KEV WALKER
Cover by FRANCESCO MATTINA
Variant Cover by MARK BROOKS (JAN140693)
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