REVIEW: All-New All-Different Avengers #7

G’Day Crusaders,

This is Dodgy86 in the mix, bringing you All-New All-Different Avengers # 7 by Mark Waid with art by Adam Kubert, Sonia Oback, Dono Sanchez Almara, Romulu Fajardo and Edgar Delgado. Cover art by Alex Ross.

There is no rest for the wicked…

Sam Wilson (the current Captain America) is enjoying some quiet time with his Jane Foster and is suddenly being summoned. What could this mission be? Back up is required.

Will The Avengers Iron Man, Thor, Nova, Ms Marvel, Spider-Man and Vision get to Cap’s aid on time?
Currently their hands are full, From taking out The dangerous Night Phantom to going toe-to-toe against their counterparts from The Uncanny Avengers whose members are Cable, Rogue, Synapse, Quicksilver, Brother Voodoo, The Human Torch and Deadpool. And for good measure, a mysterious case of Identity Crisis..

Where is the mysterious Pleasant Hill located? And what does Maria Hill have to do with it?


There’s a lot going on in this book, with the All-New All-Different title its interesting to see a roster that consist of Iconic Avenger names,(with the exception of Iron Man and Vision) and their faces and appearances don’t match. I did not think I’d enjoy it as much as I did, the touchy conversation between Cap and Jane Foster in terms with her health issue was interesting due to its sensitivity. The classic Avenger team fight scenes brought the fanboy out of me again. This stems from the guidance of industry legend in Mark Waid who almost makes you feel you forget its Stark, Vision and Falcon.. I mean Cap with a team of noobs battling in action and the gorgeous art of my favourite artist in the 90s Adam Kubert.
I did not think I’d like this book, thanks to the creative team I have faith.


I wanna read on to see the mystery of the Hills, a fun classic feel with a whole the classic Avenger names who are different… if you are skeptical like me, give it a go as it is saved by the industry’s finest. Do ya’self a favor and check it out!

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