Avengers, Volume 2: The Last White Event

Avengers, Volume 2: The Last White Event

Jonathan Hickman Nick Spencer Dustin Weaver Mike Deodato. Jr. / Oct 16, 2019

Avengers Volume The Last White Event The Avengers must scramble to deal with the threat of another Universal SYSTEM The New Adam is transformed and his true self revealed And the most dangerous hero on Earth is created The Avengers face

  • Title: Avengers, Volume 2: The Last White Event
  • Author: Jonathan Hickman Nick Spencer Dustin Weaver Mike Deodato. Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780785168249
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Avengers must scramble to deal with the threat of another Universal SYSTEM The New Adam is transformed, and his true self revealed And the most dangerous hero on Earth is created The Avengers face off against the World Breaker Discover the imminent threat to the Avengers World Watch as we get our first hints as the hidden connections between the events of AvengersThe Avengers must scramble to deal with the threat of another Universal SYSTEM The New Adam is transformed, and his true self revealed And the most dangerous hero on Earth is created The Avengers face off against the World Breaker Discover the imminent threat to the Avengers World Watch as we get our first hints as the hidden connections between the events of Avengers and New Avengers.Collecting Avengers 7 12

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      • Jonathan Hickman Nick Spencer Dustin Weaver Mike Deodato. Jr.

        It s no small thing to die and be born again.After a certain amount of time you get tired of wasting talent Of being part of a fraudulent profession or actually being a fraud And, most importantly, not living the life you are capable of having.I remember the first night I went out with my wife It was raining, she was beautiful it was a normal, ordinary, intentionally uneventful, date But at some point during that evening I had, I don t know what you call it, a vision, a moment where time collapsed in on itself regardless, I knew that I d marry her And so I did.Because sometimes everything in the universe briefly aligns to show you how things should be the total commitment to change that follows means all the things you think it might honesty, amputation, reinvention and renaissance Jonathan Hickman was born in South Carolina in the year 1972.He was reborn in March of 2006 Source pronea about


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    1. Alrighty. So *cough* this is a tad trippy, disjointed, and weird.But. I'm assuming that Hickman is building towards something big, and I'm willing to cut him some slack.I'm struggling to put into words what exactly happened here. Struggling, and failing. The yellow dude (above) has fucked with Earth and kinda made it sentient. Ish.This causes problems.And then there's this SuperFlow.? I don't know what it is, but it's dying/breaking down/being eatenmething!Again, this is bad.Besides that stuff, [...]


    2. Shallow Comic Reader Buddy Reads are back! Nice banner, Kat Stark!Here: If Hollywood has gotten their grubby, greedy mitts on these characters, then they qualify.Dear Mr. Hickman,Please write super hero comics that normal people, like me, can read, understand and enjoy. Save all your highfalutin ideas for East of West, which nobody who’s not doing massive doses of mind altering drugs can have a hope of understanding. Okay?Your New Avengers stuff is a case-in-point about doing it right. It’s [...]


    3. This Hickman run on Avengers isn’t doing much to impress me so far. The idea that there’s a group of core members who call on a deep bench of reserves for each mission is a good idea on paper, but the problem is that there’s way too many second rate superheroes that I just don’t care about on the roster. When I read Avengers I want to see major characters like Iron Man and Captain Marvel interact. I just don’t give a rat’s ass about Manifold and Hyperion.It also seems like so far thi [...]



    4. It’s been a couple years since I read the first crummy volume of Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers and I think I’m just about ready to face the second. Maybe I was wrong and Hickman needed some time to get going, maybe his writing got better, maybe I’d find a new appreciation for his Marvel stuff now, maybe… not. The Last White Event (which sounds like something the Klan would attend) is yet another poor Avengers book to add to the pile of crap Avengers books Marvel has, and continues to, pu [...]


    5. Bullet Review:That's it! No more buying trades just because Captain Marvel is on the cover!Seriously, what did I spend the last two days agonizing over? WHAT THE FRAK HAPPENED? I though Volume 1 was inscrutable enough, but thisis was absolute gibberish!Characters barely act like themselves. Mostly they are bland beings walking around, blathering techno-babble or philosophical musings. Sometimes they punch things. Most of the time NOTHING HAPPENS. Nothing is explained. The plot goes into a black [...]


    6. This White Event stuff is probably adding up to something, but I can't really tell what. And I'm not sure that I care. Maybe after a few more collections, all of this will make sense, but right now it feels disjointed. And then, as though even Hickman is sick of the White Event stuff, there's a sudden, abrupt detour from cosmic heroics to superheroes in an AIM casino. I'm not really arguing the point, as this is the single best issue in the collection. But I'd be happier if it felt like there wa [...]


    7. Good step forward for this uber-story, even if not all of it is fitting into tidy slots. Give Hickman an open-ended run, he'll take you for a ride. So just keep your eyes open and you might learn something kids. I know I did. Superflow of the Universe sounds like a pop music group with a serious case of overcompensating, or the latest feminine hygiene horror from a Proctor & Gamble.Bringing the 80's experimental "new universe" into this mythology is a bold move. I remember when it first came [...]


    8. I really liked this!!The artwork was fan-freaking-tastic! Every page had panels on them that caused my eyes to pop outta their sockets!The whole thing started off really strong - I loved the countdown at the collegeyou just knew shit was gonna go down! Sure enough, it hits the fan and we get some crazy action set pieces. Again, the artwork is kicking me in the ass during all of this! Such a treat.Obviously one of the biggest things for me was part of this book takes place right next door to me i [...]


    9. 3.5 stars rounded up. There's almost too much going on here, but I like the introduction of new characters and I'm sure with Hickman there will no doubt be some end purpose to it all.


    10. A new hero, Starbrand, is created by the White Event, who goes with Nightmask to meet Ex Nihilo on Mars. Starbrand can't control his new power and triggers a smackdown with the Avengers. Omega Flight encounters some inexplicable weirdness. Yet another set of Avengers goes on a somewhat covert mission to find out what new scary tech A.I.M. is selling. In the final fairly calm issue, a different set of Avengers goes to the Savage Land to investigate some newly formed children who were also apparen [...]





    11. A great sequel to the first volume in that Hickman builds on the groundwork from the first volume and is using that to build a great, long, multi-issue story involving Earth's potential evolution.


    12. Nightmask and Captain Universe warned of the imminent arrival of the White Event, a harbinger of universal upheaval. While many champions were intended to emerge from it, the White Event produced only Starbrand, a burdened young college student who suddenly possessed immense power that produced a devastating accident, killing numerous people around him. Starbrand fought the Avengers to a standstill, until Nightmask intervened. Nightmask helped Starbrand begin to understand his new powers and too [...]


    13. Volume 2 continues the major plot threads from Hickman's first volume of the Avengers, adding complications and a good deal of confusion. I'm not sure I understand the Star Brand/Nightmask storyline, or even what a "White Event" is. I'm mostly OK with this, because the confusion adds to the powerful feelings of hopelessness and dread that Hickman cultivates here. The best example of this is the issue in which the Avengers and Omega Flight (when did they change their name from Alpha Flight? I'm n [...]


    14. I feel like I'm missing something here. It seems like the white event just sort of ends and then the next issue is about AIM gathering an army, and then we're off on another adventure. Each issue stars a different variety of Avengers.This makes for fast-paced and exciting storytelling, but I also sometimes feel lost and I'm not sure if it's because I'm reading too quickly or if there was a miniseries that I missed (a joke, but quite possible).I'm enjoying this and Hickman's New Avengers (which s [...]


    15. I am assuming that this is building toward something. The writing and handling of the amount of characters here is still stellar, as is the artwork, but I feel like the casino located final issue in the collection exists because the writers got bored of the technobabble and the White Event plot line. The Avengers themselves are not given too much to do either, the bulk of the work lies with Nightmask and Starbrand talking with our terraforming aliens from the last volume. I'm curious enough to k [...]


    16. Re-read. Still pretty confused. I know Hickman's got a plan but this just seems like way too many pieces to properly make whole.Maybe a third reading Post-Secret Wars would help it but that seems like a pretty big commitment.




    17. O Hickman é completamente maluco mas no melhor sentido da palavra, as ideias dele pro Estigma, pros Construtores, pro Adão e pro próprio plano do Ex Nihilo são bizarramente maravilhosos e muito malucos, isso ta muito bom.


    18. Not as fun as the last one, maybe because I don't know these characters and so can't really care much for them. The Starbrand incident was handled with unnecessary violence in my opinion and actually felt bad for the Starbrand guy that got his life ruined by powers awakening and being treated as a criminal from the beginning.Also the AIM event wasn't as interesting as I thought it would be, then again ninjas have never been my thing.The best parts to me were have been those concerning Hyperion a [...]


    19. Collects Avengers issues #7-11Spoiler-free review: This was another great Hickman book, almost as good as the first volume, if not for the final two issues which were just OK. Hopefully they are setting up future stories. The first three issues in this collection were really strong, but I’m not sure that the White Event story was resolved within this book.Spoiler-filled review:Issue Seven: This issue opens with confusing dialogue about a Caretaker, and some Builders, and an artificial intellig [...]


    20. I wasn't thrilled with the first volume of the Marvel Now Avengers. It seemed to be setting the Avengers up to be galactic heroes in a space opera. That's fine for the Guardians but so far it's not working here. This second volume expands on the "all universes are ending" apocalypse.Two creatures from Mars sent "bombs" to Earth to terraform it and all living creatures. Along the way, the Universe became a sentient being and two new superpowered beings were created: Nightmask and Starbrand. The l [...]


    21. Expands upon some of the ideas from the first book which was nice. I get more of sense that these collections are building towards a much bigger story. It's a shame that Marvel is putting out such small collections like this. I am someone who waits for the collection to come out so it is nice to read two or three books a year, rather than one, but I'd really rather read one complete story. I didn't like the art as much as the first one but it was still good. the final issue in the collection is [...]


    22. Giving it 4 stars, it's in the same vein as the first hardcover and I was harsh giving it 3 stars, a lot of stuff happens, half of it I don't understand but it's Jonathan Hickman so I have hopes things will become clearer. What it isn't for sure is the same ole Avengers story that has already been told 20 times and that's all I am asking. As long as Hickman keeps writing the story I will keep buying the books.


    23. Some good individual stories, but not much sense of connection and forward movement between them. For instance, when a group of Avengers get inside the bio-dome that used to be Regina, Saskatchewan, things happen, but what they mean and why they happened? Well, no time for that, because it's on to the next thing. Perhaps this will all pay off down the road, but it's a bit frustrating at this point.


    24. I will admit that I might have enjoyed this more had I read volume 1 first. But as it is it felt like Hickman was juggling way too many characters for this to have been the delight such characters and possibilities could have been.


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