Champions Annual #1 Reviews

Caped-Joel: 8/10 “It was an absolute joy. I think stories like this are indicative of the personality and flare Jim Zub brings to the world of Champions and its characters.” 10/10 “Equal parts entertaining and powerful, this issue is fantastic from start to finish. It’s also worth noting that Snowguard is quickly become one of the most interesting characters in Marvel’s extensive lineup, and I would be first in line to buy a solo series.”

Comic-Watch: 9/10 “Marcus To is always, always a welcome artist on any book because his work is spectacular – smooth and detailed, lively and expressive. He’s given quite a bit to do here, especially when it comes to creating some of the mythical beings and monsters that Amka has to come up against, and he pulls it off very well.” “Champions Annual #1 is the spotlight that Snowguard both needed and deserved. She is the newest hero to have joined the Champions, and, here, we get to learn more about her and her home. She’s another great new hero, and Jim Zub and Nyla Innuksuk knocked it out of the park in writing this issue.”

Geeked Out Nation: 9/10 “A special supersized issue was the best use of time to flesh out the backstory of a character when the average issue can only offer so much to satisfy.”

WhatCulture: “It is the quintessential example of how to keep a superhero book feeling like a superhero book while also pushing an underlying message. The art by Marcus To is vibrant and sharp, keeping the energy flowing from action to dialogue and back.”

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