Dark Avengers, Vol. 2: Molecule Man

Dark Avengers, Vol. 2: Molecule Man

Brian Michael Bendis Mike Deodato Greg Horn / Nov 18, 2019

Dark Avengers Vol Molecule Man The Dark Avengers are pitted against a foe they cannot defeat A man with the power over every molecule in the world Norman can t talk his way out of this one as the world gets turned upside down and

  • Title: Dark Avengers, Vol. 2: Molecule Man
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Mike Deodato Greg Horn
  • ISBN: 9780785138549
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Dark Avengers are pitted against a foe they cannot defeat A man with the power over every molecule in the world Norman can t talk his way out of this one as the world gets turned upside down, and no joke someone dies Plus, poor Marvel Boyhe had no idea how sinister a gang the Dark Avengers actually is And now he is running for his life And poor Ares, he hasThe Dark Avengers are pitted against a foe they cannot defeat A man with the power over every molecule in the world Norman can t talk his way out of this one as the world gets turned upside down, and no joke someone dies Plus, poor Marvel Boyhe had no idea how sinister a gang the Dark Avengers actually is And now he is running for his life And poor Ares, he has no idea where his son goes while he is off being an Avenger And now he is going to find out And when he does there will be hell to play Guest starring Nick Fury and the Secret Warriors Collecting Dark Avengers 9 12

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      • Brian Michael Bendis Mike Deodato Greg Horn

        A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.


    103 Comments

    1. Dark Avengers is a fun series. It's that simple. If you don't take it too seriously you're just gonna have fun. So you still have these batshit insane people all together fucking around and trying to be "heroes" but you know they can't. I mean you have a emotional Venom, a insane Bullseye pretending to be Hawkeye, and a sexy slutty Ms. Marvel. I mean you know this shit is about go upside down. Then bring in Molecule Man who's insane power levels for a baddie and the Dark Avengers are in trouble. [...]


    2. Norman Osborn (aka The Goblin) has formed a new team of Avengers.They mainly consist of reformed (?) criminals and their abilities are tested when the go up against the Molecule Man.Molecule Man is old school Marvel and is one of the toughest adversaries.It’s fun to see the Dark Avengers face a really tough opponent.Great art and fun storyNotesSentry learns something important about himself


    3. This is a classic example of Brian Michael Bendis infuriating his readers with ret-conning nonsense. The Molecule Man storyline is utter crap: tons of build-up and mystery that completely implodes like the writer didn't even know where he was going with it all. And I'm not confident that BMB did know where it was going. There's barely any action, just a bunch of yapping, useless characters dumped in for next-to-no reason, and established characters doing new stuff for no other reason than being [...]


    4. This was interesting read, ok Moonstone is not my favourite so her driving off Marvel Boy is guite good. Definetely for him :-)Osborn's talk on TV, yeah almosst shedded a tier, very believable. but then comes the problem part meeting molecule man. Thinking this over and over, not that great. Surely Sentry, guy who has biggest issues in the world and of course noone can help him (tho Normie's try was really heroic) gets killed but that's life. And surprisingly jumping to end he can't be killed at [...]


    5. The second half of the Norman Osborn's psychotic Avengers run. Lots of good stuff in this one, including the villains warming up to their government gig and some important character development business between Ares and Nick Fury.At core of this volume is a conflict between the Molecule Man and the Dark Avengers. Owen Reese, the Molecule Man, is an old school Marvel villain. He is essentially a classic Star Trek type foe, omnipotent being with a stunted adolescent personality. The delight in thi [...]


    6. Lots of fun! Totally enjoyed all of the new psycho Avengers! Looks like it will be a blast to watch them eat each other alive.




    7. Collects Dark Avengers issues #9-12I like the Molecule Man, so I was glad to see him in this collection, but as a whole, the story is just OK. In some ways it feels like this series just gives more background information for the more important "New Avengers" series by Bendis.


    8. To take a bunch of misfit, psychopathic villains, and let them take the place of the most iconic superhero group, you'd better be a top notch writer to manage to pull this off. Bendis is such a writer, taking what could be the lamest of concepts (and potentially lamest of characters) and giving them depth and a sense of reality that even if they are despicable, you are still drawn to follow them and be engrossed in their violent tragedy. To make Ares and Moonstone actually three dimensional take [...]


    9. Although not as good as the first Dark Avengers trade, this is still a fun read. I love how the team is so dysfunctional; it's very entertaining.In this trade, the team takes on Molecule Man, who has holed up in Dinosaur, Colorado (which was even funnier for me, as I live in Colorado and know exactly where Dinosaur is). Norman, meanwhile, edges even closer to insanity and failure (like we didn't know that was going to happen).I'll be sad to see Dark Avengers go away. This is one of my favorite t [...]


    10. Reprints Dark Avengers #9-12. Osborn's Avengers face the threat of the Molecule Man and continue to become more and more disconnected. The Dark Avengers is Bendis best mainstream stuff in a while. He usually can't write team book (and he definately can't write "epic" crossovers), but the art and style of the Dark Avengers does work. It would be nice to have more character development because the course of this series is so sort and it kept getting sucked into bigger story arcs like Utopia and Si [...]


    11. Iba a esperar a leerme el crossover con X-Men que vienen antes de este tomo para seguir con la serie, pero como medio que se lavan las manos en las primeras páginas y el resto se entiende a la perfección, me lo mandé nomás. Y, sin culpa alguna, seguí disfrutando de una serie que se hace la oscura y macabra cuando en realidad es un comic de "antihéroes" bastante poco escandaloso, pero con la dosis justa de guiones cumplidores y dibujos lindos para que el tomo se haga de lo más pasajero. M [...]


    12. Vesnička kdesi v Coloradu je jako černá díra. Koho zachvátí toho už nenavrátí. Molekuly skutečnosti jsou zde nestabilní a jak na potvoru, právě sem se vydala dcera ministra zahraničí Bendis rozvádí zajímavým způsobem koncept lidí manipulujících hmotou na té nejzákladnější úrovni. + Normanovi definitivně hráblo a zbytek takzvaných Avengers se stará jen o to s kým si štrejchnout nebo proč se černý Spider-Man začíná chovat jak baba. Šílený vztahový kotl [...]


    13. Bob, la bomba de tiempo.Sentry nunca fue tan peligroso como en este volumen, cuando se da cuenta de su potencial, un mismo potencial que sería olvidado por el propio Bendis en los arcos siguientes hasta su muerte insulsa en Fear Itself.I mean, la lista de personas que pueden destruir a Molecule Man (el ser más poderoso del Universo Marvel) se reducen a solo 1: Sentry.


    14. Dark avengers is a refreshing take on a classic group. Norman Osborn and his flunky crew are trying to protect the planet, or are they? I love the internal conflict with the dark avengers, mean while the good guys are no where to be seen! Will sentry come back? Is the vulture losing his grip? Is moonstone trying to kill bullseye???


    15. The Dark Avengers are starting to realise they have to do the old Avengers jobs. Theres a lovely moment with Ares and his son, its a shame that wasn't expanded otherwise I would have given this 4 stars.


    16. A nice continuation of the Dark Avengers. The Ares story is quite good (though I sometimes get tired of everyone talking about the Bendis things in the Bendis tone), whereas the Molecule Man story was more expected (but offered great foreboding for the future).


    17. The story and drawings were good. The story was shorter than the first volume, but that is because they put less total comics in this one. I read it in one sitting because the story was very engaging, though I wanted to keep reading, so I'll have to find the third volume somewhere.


    18. Although this is a fun romp with the Molecule Man it has none of the snappy dialogue or character that the previous volume has. It is redeemed through the development of Hand and Osborne but I was certainly left wanting more.


    19. I really liked the background on Victoria Hand, especially since I am still reading the New Avengers with her role in it. Also Norman Osborne's mental instability is finally coming out more in the public (or semi-public, I guess, since it is his workers).



    20. Although the book is fun, it isn't sustainable. It will soon wither and die, but for now, it is enjoyable reading an actually interesting Marvel book that has seriously twisted the mythos.


    21. Take one Bendis, add a dash of Osborn, one mad super villan who can't, technically, be defeated, mix well and place in a microwave for 35 seconds. Garnish with Victoria Hand. Serve. Enjoy.



    22. Good yarn - well recommended as it deals with Ares and his son, Norman Osborn and his deteriorating mental state and their confrontation with the Molecule Man.



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