Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 6: Starbrand Reborn

Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 6: Starbrand Reborn

Starbrand reborn! Get set for an epic space adventure that takes the Avengers to an alien prison - the size of a galaxy! There, a mysterious new wielder of the all-powerful Starbrand has suddenly appeared, unleashing cosmic chaos. It's a good thing that the Avengers brought along their secret weapon - the Black Widow! But some of the most powerful figures from beyond the stars have been drawn to find the Starbrand as well. Behold the coming of the Three Heralds! Plus, Thor...infected by the alien parasites known as the Brood?! It's not what you're expecting! Prepare for a cosmic caper the likes of which you've never seen before! COLLECTING: Collecting AVENGERS (2018) #26-30.

Title:Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 6: Starbrand Reborn
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781302920944
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    Avengers by Jason Aaron, Vol. 6: Starbrand Reborn Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph

    I'm a huge Avengers fan and a huge Star Brand fan (I still can't get used to it being written as all one word, though) so this book was a big hit with me.I love the new Star Brand host and am eager to...

  • Chad

    Much better than Aaron's last few Avengers' arcs. The Avengers head to space to find the new Star Brand where they go up against Gladiator and the heralds of Galactus. I do wish Aaron hadn't just jump...

  • RG

    These latest Aaron books have been terrible. Definitely not his usual standard...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Avengers...in...spaaaaaace! A distress signal alerts the Avengers to the return of the Starbrand, but they're not the only ones out to find it. The Shi'ar, the Brood, and the Heralds of Galactus are o...

  • Tom

    The Avengers go into space, and while it is a fun story, it does seem to skip some crucial scenes. Notably, Thor is infected by the Brood. When and how did that happen? The series never says as that m...

  • Travis Duke

    At first I thought " I don't care about star brand or adding more space problems to an already crowded astral setting. But damn you Aaron for writing something interesting and I was sucked into the st...

  • Jason Tanner

    I really like the novelty and energy that Jason Aaron brought to his Avengers series, but this collection feels like the Cliffs Notes version of a longer story. It's good, and I'm sure it will make se...

  • Sesana

    The actual Starbrand storyline is pretty great, and the way it ends leaves some interesting possibilities on the table. I also liked the issue with the ancient Starbrand. But the whole thing is both s...

  • Willie Krischke

    There was exactly one panel in this book I liked: when the heralds offer gifts to the baby. Nice echo of the Christmas story. I wish they'd gone a bit further with that parallel, that might've been fu...

  • Jordan

    This is terrible. Both the writing and the art. Marvel is supposed to be dominating all around but no just pure trash coming from the guy who did one of the most amamzing thor runs. Avoid this run and...