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Imagination Centre Reviews @Marvel Avengers #22

Here is today's Guest Reviews by John McCubbin from Imagination Centre for Marvel's Avengers #22. I have also added my rating after each review. If you have any questions about my rating or want to discuss anything just leave me a comment.

See the Review Rating Overview page for more information on how I rate each comic.

Avengers #22 - Avengers Universe V: To the Earth...


The Avengers return to our Solar System.

The battle for Earth starts in the heavens.

The Black Order makes their move.


Heading Home

I have really been enjoying Infinity so far, and although the Avengers tie-ins haven't been the best part about Infinity, they have still been very interesting and exciting, having a lot of influence over the main series. I am however really looking forward to this issue, as with the Avengers heading back to Earth it should make for some interesting developments.


As the Avengers make their way back to Earth Titan is attacked.


This was yet another fantastic issue, being yet another terrific addition to Infinity. Jonathan Hickman did a spectacular job of building on from the events of Infinity #5, and would also do an amazing job of building up to the Avengers return to Earth. Hickman would also handle the pacing of this issue brilliantly, as although there wasn't as much excitement in this issue as some of the other Avengers tie-ins, it would have some very amazing character interaction that was very interesting, adding a lot of depth to the issue. On top of that the issue would also have some interesting developments of it's own, as although the issue was mostly set-up work, it had some brilliant moments.

The artwork on this issue was simply amazing, and Leinil Francis Yu did an outstanding job. Now I have felt that Yu's art has been lacking the usual high level detail over the last couple of issues, but that would no longer be a problem, as the detail of Yu's artwork in this issue was simply spectacular, as although there was still the odd imperfection, it was back to the super high quality that Yu is known to produce. Yu would also do a fantastic job of showing the emotion on the characters in this issue, adding a lot of depth to the issue. On top of that Yu's layouts would also once again be fantastic, being very dynamic, and adding a lot of suspense as well as yet more depth to the issue.

Read the rest of John McCubin's Review on Imagination Centre

Images Unplugged Rating

Cover & Solicit - 3
Art, Colors & Inking - 4
Layout & Flow - 4
Story - 4
Verdict - 3.9 (8/10) - 
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John McCubbin is a blogger at http://imaginationcentre.blogspot.co.uk/ and a comic book reviewer at Comic Vine. The use of this review has been authorized by the original author.


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