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The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 6: The Unspoken #2020

The Mighty Avengers Vol The Unspoken Doom Thor Black Bolt Black Panther Ka Zar Namor there are many monarchs in the Marvel Universe but only one so powerful and so reviled that he had to be written out of history He is The Unspoken

  • Title: The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 6: The Unspoken
  • Author: Dan Slott Khoi Pham
  • ISBN: 9780785138167
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 6: The Unspoken By Dan Slott Khoi Pham, Doom, Thor, Black Bolt, Black Panther, Ka Zar, Namor there are many monarchs in the Marvel Universe, but only one so powerful and so reviled that he had to be written out of history He is The Unspoken And his return will have dire consequences on both our world and worlds beyond A new storyline that will bring dishonor for one Mighty Avenger, redemption for another,Doom, Thor, Black Bolt, Black Panther, Ka Zar, Namor there are many monarchs in the Marvel Universe, but only one so powerful and so reviled that he had to be written out of history He is The Unspoken And his return will have dire consequences on both our world and worlds beyond A new storyline that will bring dishonor for one Mighty Avenger, redemption for another, a family reunion, and ties to both Dark Reign and War of Kings Guest starring The Young Avengers.Collecting The Mighty Avengers 27 32

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    1 thought on “The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 6: The Unspoken

    1. In the long history of Inhuman Kings only one was so despised that his name was removed from history, The Unspoken The Unspoken is incredibly powerful and is not a foe anyone would wish to face.So I know this is a Mighty Avengers title, but I read it for the Inhuman history within I read about The Unspoken, but I didn t know what his crime was This is fully explained in this volume and it features the current Inhuman Royal Family as teenagers.The Unspoken s history is far different than I would [...]

    2. B List Avengers Assemble I don t care how you slice it, Hank Pym is a turd It s part of his charm I guess this was an attempt to re vamp his character and turn him into a bad ass, but it just didn t work for me I know he was a founding member of the original Avengers, but putting him in charge of a bunch of second string heroes ErUSAgent doesn t go a long way toward making him look impressive And that whole Scientist Supreme thing Re TARD ed.P.S When did Jarvis become an official Avenger

    3. I ve read that some people think Slott is a genius of the old school, but I for one never want to go back to school I can t wait for Slott to stop paying tribute and learn to write something worth reading.

    4. In this entertaining arc, Hank Pym finally re emerged as the hero fans remembered Readers met The Unspoken, Black Bolt s predecessor as King of the Inhumans who d been deposed and erased from history for disposing of his people s greatest weapon U.S Agent and Quicksilver went on a mission with the Global Reaction Agency when The Unspoken re emerged as a threat in China Stature stumbled onto the Loki Scarlet Witch secret, but Loki s spell prevented her from alerting her teammates The Unspoken mov [...]

    5. In spite of all of the various factions of Avengers making at least a token appearance in this trade, there really wasn t much to keep this storyline chugging along It was primarily one big fight against a former Inhuman king, whose name has been erased from history and is now simply referred to as the Unspoken, with lots of meaningless splash pages and little story Quicksilver proves his worth by knowing what s going on due to his association with the Inhumans , and his barbs can be rather amus [...]

    6. I was disappointed to see that Bendis was no longer writing for the Mighty Avengers however, Dan Slott does a great job with his writing, giving me an old school feel His writing has an homage to the Avengers of old He also does some interesting stuff with Dr Hank Pym who hasn t really had the best of runs with his actions.Yes sir, I think I like.

    7. The Mighty Avengers have a big problem, a forgotten King of the Inhumans is threatening Earth Meanwhile, something is not quite right with the Scarlet Witch This is a lot of fun, though I suspect any volume with Hercules would be Quicksilver is also a stand out character in this volume, and it does finally finish a character arc for him A good read.

    8. The Mighty Avengers team consists of old Avengers members that are no longer welcome on Norman Osborn s Dark Avengers team They run into problems with the Scarlet Witch and the unfinished business of the Inhuman royalty.The Chinese super team joins in on the fun.NotesHank Pym gets a big promotion Learning CurveModerate New readers will likely be confused.

    9. Was meh okay I like seeing different heroes getting featured other than the usuals But was an okay story I guess this is why I was never a big Avengers fan And it always bugged me that they stole Beast.

    10. There s a lot to like here, including interesting Inhumans backstory, a nice bringing together of all of the Avengers, and a pretty neat Hank Pym storyline If there wasn t so much fighting, it d be great rather than just good.

    11. The overall story was ok, but the writing and the interaction between the characters made this a great read Making me forget they are 2nd string heroes, And Making me a fan of the team, is a sign of a great writer.

    12. Una saga interessante con tutti gli ingredienti al posto giusto nel momento giusto Certo, i disegni potevano essere migliori, ma Dan Slott conduce il suo gruppo bene, fa recitare i personaggi, gli stessi che su altre serie paiono le macchiette di loro stessi.

    13. While I wasn t that much interested in all the stuff involving the Inhumans mostly because I have no idea who they are , I loved Hank Pym in this, and Clint Barton and the Young Avengers and Herc and Cho and all the other Avengers Fun stuff

    14. Not a bad read, but a hard book to jump into unless you know a lot about the Inhumans Some slippages in the art at times, but does the job I prefer the New Avengers to this line up On the fence about the whole new Pym.

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