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Avengers Assembled against the Uncanny X-Men

Advantages: Lots of fan-favourite fights between iconic heroes, Great art, Years of stories brought to an end
Disadvantages: May need prior knowledge of some previous storylines to enjoy fully

...The Marvel heroes can be categorised in two ways - Avengers or X-Men. There are some who slip between the cracks (like Ghost Rider or Blade) but the majority of heroes have an alignment to one of those sides. The fans themselves are also split with some p ...

SpiderJamb 28.11.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Avengers Versus X-Men - Brian Michael Bendis

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Spider-Girl, Spider-Girl - does whatever a Spider-Girl does

Advantages: Likeable characters, good artwork, diary section included is helpful for new readers
Disadvantages: The stories in this book are not as exciting as the ones that preceeded it or follow it

From what I hear Spider-Girl is officially Marvel’s most popular female superhero which is kind of weird as I only heard about her a year ago. Well I may not have known she existed until recently, but apparently her original series run for one hundred iss ...

Dentolux 22.07.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Amazing Spider-Girl: Whatever Happened To The Daughter Of Spider-Man - Tom Defalco

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Far Distant Horizons

Advantages: The Castafiore Emerald is great, Picaros and Flight 714 are fun
Disadvantages: Not the strongest Tintin compilation, Alph-Art was unfinished

Tintin, the series of classic comic books created by the Belgian artist Georges Rémi - or Hergé as he became better known. Translated into 80 languages, Tintin's colourful adventures have taken him to the far flung reaches of the planet and into ...

Jake_Speed 21.03.2012 · Read full review
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Review of The Adventures of Tintin, volume 8 - Egmont Books

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