Avengers (2013) #22 Review

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The Avengers return to our Solar System.

The battle for Earth starts in the heavens.

The Black Order makes their move.

The Good

Black Heroes- Sunspot gets some spotlight at the beginning before fading into the background. The Falcon leads an excursion to take Titan with the Imperial Guard. Eden fesi features prominently in the latter part of the story and gets some good exchanges with both Captain America and Thor. The latter manages to rally him to their cause despite his hesitation.

Art-Leinil Francis Yu does a good job on illustrations despite the weak story.

The Bad

Cover- My least favorite cover of the entire infinity event. The purple hue lacks the thickness of earlier issues as well as the ethereal glow.

The Ugly

This issue was filler, honestly 2.5/5


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