Marvel's Voices: The Avengers
And there came a day, a day unlike any other, when Earth's mightiest heroes from all walks of life united against a common threat. Join a team of Marvel's finest creators, from veterans to new recruits full of potential, for four tremendous tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Don't miss the latest anthology in the Marvel's Voices series!
Written by: Utkarsh Ambudkar in his comic book debut.
Art by: Tadam Gyadu
Colorist: Michael Bartolo.
Remember how Tony Stark is a recovering alcoholic? This story is a case where more space was needed to flesh it out. But it provides a human look at Tony Stark, his struggles, and the struggles of others in AA. The story is about asking for help, and getting it, even from the strangest of people. It is a great nod to the fact that recovery is a constant struggle and that those struggles are universal, whether you’re a businessman, a hero, a villain or whoever. Will the Ghosts co-start get a chance to tell a full issue? We’d like to see that. The story really needed at least another page to really flesh things out a bit more. But was still enjoyable and its nice to see Tony Stark the person, not Iron Man, not Tony Stark the genius. But Tony Stark the flawed human 7/10.
Written by Justina Ireland,
Pencils and Inks by Karen S. Darboe
Colors by Ceci De La Cruz.
Monica Rambeau continues to be one of the coolest Avengers ever. Her story of stopping a nuclear reactor meltdown is great. But with some slightly awkward dialogue choices. How many times have you seen a hero save the day by hugging and bonus points for a creative way to absorb radiation. With a nice nod to Monica’s history as an Avenger 8/10.
Story: Jason Concepcion
Pencils and Inks Moises Hidalgo
Colors: Bryan Valenza:
Robbie Reyes would have a great future as storyteller for kids because the way he explains the story of Ms. Navos and how he rescued her from a bad real-estate deal is truly way more exciting than it sounds. Props to Robbie for turning a demonic adventure into a kid-friendly lesson about shady contracts. The art and action angles are especially well done in this comic. It is several pages of beautiful art and storytelling that’s humorous and demonic all while Robbie’s just trying to get home. 9/10.
A Day at the Museum:
Story: Robbie Thompson
Art: Sid Kotian
Inks: Adirano Di Benedetto
Colors: Juancho Velez
A truly timely story featuring Captain America, but where as the other stories were told from the perspectives of the heroes, this story is told from the perspective of a teacher. This teacher is a child of immigrants and had the unfortunate day to go to the museum right as the Red Skull and his bots decided to go after a fancy artifact. So, we see Captain America, not Steve Rogers though with a nice nod to Mr. Rogers. You know the one my neighbor. It is a charming story that understands the meaning Captain America as for so many people. It has great art, and good humor showcasing how an ordinary person can be inspired to look for help and to be there to help others. 9/10.
Marvel voices Avengers is a nod to various aspects of Avengers history while focusing, no focused on the Avengers fighting together, but on the help provided by individuals, making these stories heartfelt and compelling.
Tune in for Marvel’s Voices: Legends #1 celebrating amazing characters like Blade, Patriot aka Eli Bradley, Sam Wilson Captain America and many others. Coming February 2024 to a comic book store near you
Marvel’s Voices: The Avengers - Helping Those in Need No Matter What
- Writing - 8/108/10
- Storyline - 8/108/10
- Art - 8/108/10
- Color - 9/109/10
- Cover Art - 7/107/10
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