Avengers #677 Reviews

No Surrender continues with part 3 of our epic story. What do reviewers think?

Adventures In Poor Taste: 8/10 “The best part of this issue is how the writing team focuses in on Quicksilver and makes him the underdog.”

Caped-Joel: 8/10 “Overall, another very enjoyable issue.”

Comic Book University: A+ “Love it. I absolutely love it. This is a fantastic comic book…I can’t find a single flaw.”

Comic Buzz: “I love how this story is unfolding. I’m glad it’s hitting the racks weekly. It helps to keep everything straight. These issues are flying off the racks for a good reason.”

Comic-Watch: 10/10 “I can’t wait to find out what comes next! I’m all in! Any Avengers fan should be all in too!”

Comicosity: 9/10 “This is what Avengers and event comics should be. I’ve had almost seventy pages of Avengers comics this year already, but I want more. This is a fun superheroic, universe-saving saga in the making.”

Comicsverse: 8.2/10 “Avengers #677 appears to be hitting its stride. Ewing, Waid, and Zub seem to be a cohesive team of writers, and it’s clear they all care deeply about the characters they’re working with.”

Critical Blast: “Avengers: No Surrender is definitely the kind of event that I love to read. Lots of strong characterisation and crazy action.”

Diskingdom: 8/10 “I’ve been enjoying this series and now I’m left with more questions that I can’t wait to find out more, and with a weekly series I don’t need to wait long.”

Geeked Out Nation: 8.5/10 “this was yet another satisfying chapter to No Surrender. We may not see the full picture just yet, but we know enough to understand exactly what is at stake here.”

Graphic Policy: 8.4/10 “I’ve been skeptical about this event but three issues in, it’s held up and been fantastic.”

IGN: 8.5/10 “Larraz’s pages are sleek, detailed and full of explosive energy, qualities enhanced by David Curiel’s intense coloring style.”

League of Comic Geeks: 8/10 “The action really started to pick up in this issue. By releasing the series weekly, I think it goes a long way towards ensuring the story feels well-paced.”

Multiversity Comics: 8/10 “Avengers #677 is a focused comic providing additional beats with Quicksilver while retaining forward momentum from past issues.”

Retro Punch: ” the very first page is practically a masterclass, not only recapping the cliffhanger from last week’s issue, but using it to immediately establish the traits of Quicksilver the creative team will spend the rest of the issue exploring”

Rogues Portal: “Avengers #677 continues its streak of thrilling superhero action.”

Sci-Fi Pulse: A “This book justifies the use of the word “epic”. Wow! With characterization this good, action this excellent, and visuals this good one can’t help but squeal in joy knowing there’s another issue out next week.”

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