Avengers #678 Reviews

Caped-Joel: “The writers use the different teams powers to unique effect here.”

Comic Book Corner: 8.5/10 “I had a lot of fun with this. There was a lot of action and a lot going on.”

Comic Book University: “So far it’s proven to be a really good story…This issue is really getting me into this story line.”

Comic Buzz: “Still loving this weekly action packed story…Still loving the art too.”

Comic-Watch: 9/10 “Waid, Zub, and Ewing are taking advantage of the fast pace they can set here and they’re hitting their marks just right….Avengers No Surrender has you hooked from the moment you open the issue.”

Comicsverse: “The style delivered to us by Pepe Larraz and David Curiel has been phenomenal. Curiel’s colors pop in such wonderful ways: from the purple surrounding the mystics back at the bunker to the red that encompasses the entire battle in Peru.”

Comicosity: 9.5/10 “No Surrender is a fun event that pulls inspiration from Avengers tales old and new, ret-conned and re-imagined. There are obvious influences from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as new bits, specifically crafted to be grafted onto Avengers lore. “

Fortress of Solitude: 9/10 “I really like the balance between the four teams we have in the series.”

Geekcast Radio: “Artist Pepe Larraz deserves a special amount of credit being able to put together such consistent great art throughout this series thus far.”

Geeked Out Nation: 8.2/10 “This week’s issue was more action packed than the last now that it is time to jump into the fray. The art team of Pepe Larraz and David Curiel did a standout job of capturing the intensity of this game.”

Major Spoilers: 8/10 “It’s really nice to see a massive planetwide crisis crossover done in a way that doesn’t forget the micro in blowing up the macro, and this creative team clearly knows how to pull off that rare feat…”

Rogues Portal: “…despite its cataclysmic plot, writers Mark Waid, Al Ewing, and Jim Zub haven’t forgotten to add some levity to the proceedings.”

Sci-Fi Pulse: “This is reigniting my love of Marvel’s characters and is spurring me to check out other titles. This is a gateway comic, to be sure.”

You Don’t Read Comics: “…this is another strong chapter in an event that, while variable, continues to show itself worthy of carrying the Avengers title, giving readers a massive, high stakes story with plenty of gravitas and heart, and even a few laughs along the way.”

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