Avengers #676 Reviews

When you’re releasing a weekly comic, the feedback and reviews come in fast and furious…How did our second part fare?

Adventures In Poor Taste: 8.5/10 “This is a good issue that reveals key details and gets the villains into the story too.”

Caped-Joel: 8/10 “No telling what’s going to happen next with No Surrender, but overall I’m invested in where it goes.”

Comic-Watch: 8/10 “This story has the potential to be a really fun ride. There are plenty of elements to this story that any reader would be happy with.”

Comicosity: 9/10 “I’m all-in with this Avengers adventure, especially since Avengers #676 expands the horizon of battle, widens the cast of characters, and brings something new to a story that has a classic Avengers feel.”

Comicsverse: 8/10 “All of these questions have me curious and that’s always a good thing after reading a comic book.”

Diskingdom: 8/10 “the Avengers continues to tell a interesting story that has some major aspects to it and it’s certainly peaked my interest in this series and I certainly want to keep turning the pages to find out what’s happening next”

Fortress Of Solitude: 9.5/10 “This series has been running at a really nice pace.”

Graphic Policy: 8.5/10 “This is an event that’s paying off and the weekly pace is helping a ton so far. I know I wouldn’t want to wait a month or even another week for this fast paced adventure.”

IGN: 8.4/10 “Artist Pepe Larraz ensures that the whole package goes down smoothly, crafting another set of detailed, vibrant pages that really capture the gravity of this conflict.”

Monkeys Fighting Robots: “No Surrender is a big deal on its own merit, not because Marvel wants you to think so.”

Newsarama: “Kicked off by an expansive and lovingly detailed double page splash of the two groups of antagonists preparing to strike, [Larraz and Curiel] move outward from there, breaking the engagement into sharp, dutch angled panels that are rich in character blocking, vibrant colors, and plenty of anime-inspired speed lines and booming SFX from letterer Cory Petit.”

Rogues Portal: “Avengers #676 slows the action down with just enough time to breathe before launching into one hell of a cliffhanger.”

Sci-Fi Pulse: “The final page is a full-paged splash that’s a jaw dropper. It’s an image that’s not supposed to happen in comics and Larraz makes it utterly epic. I wish Larraz could be cloned so he could draw everything.”

The Beat: “Avengers #676 throws a ton of plot into the ether and took some big chances–don’t miss this one!”

You Don’t Read Comics: 8/10 “No Surrender is starting to feel like a modern version of a classic Marvel epic, with big villains with mysterious powers behind them”

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