Champions #21 and Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Reviews

CHAMPIONS #21

Black Nerd Problems: 8.5/10 “What I continue to love about Izaakse’s art is that he has such a pitch-perfect grasp on everyone’s power. Just pay close attention to every panel during the fight scenes and you’ll see that every hero is represented to the fullest.”

Bleeding Cool: 8.5/10 “a fun and action-packed issue with a compelling conflict with intriguing implications. This is an all-around strong issue giving the reader conflict and character”

Comic Book.com: 10/10 “This comic has loads, and loads, and LOADS of heart. All people deserve to have a voice, no matter where they come from, and Champions makes sure we all understand that. This book is quickly becoming a must-read for any and all comics fans.”

Comic-Watch: 9/10 “This book earns a strong recommendation, especially at the end of its first arc. It’s got everything a comics fan could ask for – great characters, beautiful art, amazing action scenes, and sparkling dialogue.”

Marvel Report: 10/10 “The choice to put Zub and Izaakse on Champions is one of the best decisions that Marvel’s made in recent months.”

Shoot the Breeze: 9.8/10 “This has been a VERY FUN, VERY VIBRANT start to writer Jim Zub & artist Sean Izaaske’s new run on Champions”

INFINITY COUNTDOWN: CHAMPIONS #1

Bleeding Cool: 8/10 “a nice first step for this tie-in two-shot. Its characters are endearing, it’s story compelling, and the art is solid and fitting for the narrative.”

Comic Book.com: 8/10 “writer Jim Zub continues to knock it out of the park with this coming-of-age superhero troop.”

Comic-Watch: 10/10 “a well-written, beautifully illustrated space adventure, with beautiful art and some great character work.”

Do You Even Comic Book: 10/10 “the best Infinity Countdown tie-in yet. As a book it knows exactly what it is and successfully balances the needs of the cosmic story line with an honest Champions adventure.”

Heroes At The Summit: Grade A “Written with a youthful flare and drawn with poise, this issue is a compelling story of hope and desire.”

Shoot the Breeze: 9.8/10 “This story is a very effective character-piece for [Nova]. The art by Emilio Laiso is equally effective, showing a wide-range of expressive faces and the Champions all look very distinct!”

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