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In recent times, the Marvel Universe has experienced a period of great unrest. In the wake of the catastrophic siege of Asgard, Captain America, Iron Man and the Mighty Thor have been scattered across all the Nine Realms. Now, these former brothers in arms must put aside their differences to tackle a deadly foe that threatens to tear their world apart. Collects Avengers Pr In recent times, the Marvel Universe has experienced a period of great unrest. In the wake of the catastrophic siege of Asgard, Captain America, Iron Man and the Mighty Thor have been scattered across all the Nine Realms. Now, these former brothers in arms must put aside their differences to tackle a deadly foe that threatens to tear their world apart. Collects Avengers Prime #1-5.


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In recent times, the Marvel Universe has experienced a period of great unrest. In the wake of the catastrophic siege of Asgard, Captain America, Iron Man and the Mighty Thor have been scattered across all the Nine Realms. Now, these former brothers in arms must put aside their differences to tackle a deadly foe that threatens to tear their world apart. Collects Avengers Pr In recent times, the Marvel Universe has experienced a period of great unrest. In the wake of the catastrophic siege of Asgard, Captain America, Iron Man and the Mighty Thor have been scattered across all the Nine Realms. Now, these former brothers in arms must put aside their differences to tackle a deadly foe that threatens to tear their world apart. Collects Avengers Prime #1-5.

30 review for Avengers Prime

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kemper

    This isn’t so much a comic story as it is a counseling session for Iron Man, Thor and Steve Rogers (Who usually goes by Captain America but is still operating under his own name after coming back from the dead.) These three were once the core of the Avengers and key players among the superheroes in the Marvel universe, but they’ve had some issues. Steve and Tony Stark had a political disagreement about oversight of super powered types that turned into a full blown civil war so things are a bit t This isn’t so much a comic story as it is a counseling session for Iron Man, Thor and Steve Rogers (Who usually goes by Captain America but is still operating under his own name after coming back from the dead.) These three were once the core of the Avengers and key players among the superheroes in the Marvel universe, but they’ve had some issues. Steve and Tony Stark had a political disagreement about oversight of super powered types that turned into a full blown civil war so things are a bit tense between them. Thor has been off dealing with his own issues and drifted away from his old friends. But Marvel’s got The Avengers movie coming out next year so we need to start getting these guys together in some comic books pronto. When superheroes need to work out some stuff, they don’t go retreats to talk about their feelings, they get sucked into other medieval style dimensions and have to fight for their lives. That’s how the healing begins. This was a light weight story in a lot of ways, but it’s kind of fun if you’re a Marvel fan. I liked that Tony is stuck using an old version of his armor (The one he wore in the comics of my youth and still my favorite.), and that he constantly bitches about how outdated it is. I also like that you can plop Steve Rogers down into an alternate dimension with nothing but the clothes on his back, but in about fifteen minutes he’ll have whipped much ass and equipped himself with a sword and armor as well as picking up a hot elf woman. My favorite bit was the guys having a conversation around a camp fire about who did or didn’t hook up with a certain female super hero years ago. Not ground breaking but does a good job of laying some groundwork for the three of them to start interacting again.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jim Ef

    5.9/10 Thor, Iron Man and Captain America are transferred into a weird place. Each of them will have their own adventure which will lead to a life lesson. Eventually all of them will have to join forces to save the people of this place and maybe also save a friendship.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    3.5 stars I'm pretty sure you're not going to gain a deeper understanding of the Marvel universe by reading this, but it has some fun stuff in it, so I guess that makes it ok. I think this is more of a good side story than anything else. After the events of Siege, Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man get swept away to another world. Each of them kind of go on a journey of 'discovery', and then meet up to fight off the bad guy...er, girl who put them there to start with. It's nothing earth-shattering 3.5 stars I'm pretty sure you're not going to gain a deeper understanding of the Marvel universe by reading this, but it has some fun stuff in it, so I guess that makes it ok. I think this is more of a good side story than anything else. After the events of Siege, Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man get swept away to another world. Each of them kind of go on a journey of 'discovery', and then meet up to fight off the bad guy...er, girl who put them there to start with. It's nothing earth-shattering, but Bendis' sense of humor shines through enough to make up for what the plot was lacking.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fereshte

    "i hope you will allow me the chance to earn your friendship back. i don't deserve it... i just hope you let me. i'm not half as good at- at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you." :))))) i mean, everybody knows i'm a sucker for stony =) 3.5 stars! "i hope you will allow me the chance to earn your friendship back. i don't deserve it... i just hope you let me. i'm not half as good at- at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you." :))))) i mean, everybody knows i'm a sucker for stony =) 3.5 stars!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    I adore this book! Honestly, it's one of the best if you love the relationship between Steve and Tony. This is post Civil War, so Steve, Tony and Thor are still on shaky ground with each other. Still, it's post Siege as well so they're recovering. This book has an adorable Tony Stark flirting outrageously with Steve Rogers. It has Tony Stark being damsel-ed and Steve coming to his rescue as a knight in shining armor. It has trolls, fight scenes, I think there was even a dragon. I adore this book an I adore this book! Honestly, it's one of the best if you love the relationship between Steve and Tony. This is post Civil War, so Steve, Tony and Thor are still on shaky ground with each other. Still, it's post Siege as well so they're recovering. This book has an adorable Tony Stark flirting outrageously with Steve Rogers. It has Tony Stark being damsel-ed and Steve coming to his rescue as a knight in shining armor. It has trolls, fight scenes, I think there was even a dragon. I adore this book and I highly recommend it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This was a blast to read through! It starts with Iron man, Cap and Thor getting together after Siege arguing about what has happened till now and then going to some realms which have been mixed up. Thor fights Enchantress, Tony fights a dragon named Fafnir and Steve meets the dark elf and a woman named Mageth and its an epic war on all sides and they finally learn the truth and what has happened and the one behind it: HELA! And she has a powerful weapon and so the trinity have to team up and take This was a blast to read through! It starts with Iron man, Cap and Thor getting together after Siege arguing about what has happened till now and then going to some realms which have been mixed up. Thor fights Enchantress, Tony fights a dragon named Fafnir and Steve meets the dark elf and a woman named Mageth and its an epic war on all sides and they finally learn the truth and what has happened and the one behind it: HELA! And she has a powerful weapon and so the trinity have to team up and take down the Goddess of Death! Its an epic read with death army, goblins and elves and dwarves and even Dragons and with the big 3 of Avengers in the middle and fighting like no other. It was such a great read and I was smiling throughout reading it seeing their battle come to an end and the friends fighting together the evil forces and everything maybe behind them and the ending was so good! A new dawn for the Avengers and the art by Davis was so good, feels nostalgic but then again its full of action and even romance and tidings of great things to come! An epic end to this era of Avengers!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gavin

    This may not be a 5-Star book in all senses, but my enjoyment of it made it so for me. The trifecta of Thor/Tony/Steve ends up transported to a twisted version of Asgard's 9 Realms just following the victory over Norman Osborn and co in the Siege storyline. It is a great book for realizing that the Avengers really comes down to these 3. The things that have happened to them in the last while have torn them apart but maybe something may change for them. I enjoyed this tremendously, and would love This may not be a 5-Star book in all senses, but my enjoyment of it made it so for me. The trifecta of Thor/Tony/Steve ends up transported to a twisted version of Asgard's 9 Realms just following the victory over Norman Osborn and co in the Siege storyline. It is a great book for realizing that the Avengers really comes down to these 3. The things that have happened to them in the last while have torn them apart but maybe something may change for them. I enjoyed this tremendously, and would love it if they put these 3 together all the time again. Highly recommended, and even has a genuine laugh or 2.

  8. 4 out of 5

    aphrodite

    "i'm not half as good at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you." "i'm not half as good at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you."

  9. 5 out of 5

    Judah Radd

    Loved it. So, you know how Disassembled, Civil War, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign and Siege is kind of one great big Bendis epic where each event builds on the last? This is the conclusion. An epilogue of sorts. It’s a satisfying resolution to 6 years of storytelling. It’s awesome, light, fast and fun. There are some great character moments. I love how Bendis let’s his characters sit around and bullshit now and then. It’s not just exposition and fights. He let’s the story breathe. The art is very goo Loved it. So, you know how Disassembled, Civil War, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign and Siege is kind of one great big Bendis epic where each event builds on the last? This is the conclusion. An epilogue of sorts. It’s a satisfying resolution to 6 years of storytelling. It’s awesome, light, fast and fun. There are some great character moments. I love how Bendis let’s his characters sit around and bullshit now and then. It’s not just exposition and fights. He let’s the story breathe. The art is very good. There are some epic splash pages of combat and Hela looks very cool. Everything about this feels satisfying and good, and it definitely sets the stage for the Age of Heroes. I think it would be tragic for someone to have read all of the major events starting with Disassembled and to miss out on the pleasure and satisfaction of this story. 5/5

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    This is a story where the main three Avengers,Steve Tony and Thor,are taken by a rogue portal to a twisted world(universe?),due to the destruction of Asgard and its Bifrost. They had split from each other due to the differences in beliefs and now have to come back together in order to survive a hostile world,and battle to liberate it from Hela's cruel dictatorship. Steve finds himself in the company of a kind elf lady,who he grows soft feelings for but eventually has to go back.Tony has a run in w This is a story where the main three Avengers,Steve Tony and Thor,are taken by a rogue portal to a twisted world(universe?),due to the destruction of Asgard and its Bifrost. They had split from each other due to the differences in beliefs and now have to come back together in order to survive a hostile world,and battle to liberate it from Hela's cruel dictatorship. Steve finds himself in the company of a kind elf lady,who he grows soft feelings for but eventually has to go back.Tony has a run in with a dragon and some goblins with a serious grudge against Thor and ends up getting away....naked.And Thor himself, starts by battling Amora,but quickly devolves into fighting Hela and her twilight sword. Good story and easy to keep up with.

  11. 5 out of 5

    James Crawford

    It was an ok book, you get to know a little bit more about Thor Odinson though so I guess that's kinda cool. If you are a big fan of Thor though you will probably like this. It was an ok book, you get to know a little bit more about Thor Odinson though so I guess that's kinda cool. If you are a big fan of Thor though you will probably like this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This was a pretty fun little self-contained story of thor, Tony, and Steve trapped in a far away land trying to get back to humanity. Works especially well if veen reading since house of M. Fun and well done if not a little cheesy and predictable. A 3.5 out of 5.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rusty

    Okay, superhero time continues…. This is something in the neighborhood of the 12th graphic novel or superhero novel I’ve read in the past couple of months. I’ve also got a few more in a stack of them to get through soon. I’m just about heroed out. I was thinking just before I started writing this, that in some ways, I think I enjoy book reviews more than I do writing blog posts. I used to just blog all my reviews, but then I slowly realized that I like reading my reviews more than anyone else doe Okay, superhero time continues…. This is something in the neighborhood of the 12th graphic novel or superhero novel I’ve read in the past couple of months. I’ve also got a few more in a stack of them to get through soon. I’m just about heroed out. I was thinking just before I started writing this, that in some ways, I think I enjoy book reviews more than I do writing blog posts. I used to just blog all my reviews, but then I slowly realized that I like reading my reviews more than anyone else does. So these have slowly become more and more personal to me over time, partially because I know I’ll come back and read these in the future and then either laugh at my wittiness, or weep at my ineptitude. Assboogers. So, what was I doing? Oh yes, reviewing something. Avengers Prime. So, in this story, Asgard (home of Thor) has crashed on earth. I know there is some backstory there, but I don’t know what the hell it is. I’m sure one day those graphic novels will be on sale at Books a Million for $5 too, but it isn’t there now, so I don’t know what it’s all about. And with Asgard lying in a broken heap somewhere non-descript, Thor, Captain America (minus his Cap outfit – more backstory I don’t understand) and Iron Man all get whooshed away into, um, not Asgard, but something like the suburbs of Asgard, which isn’t on earth, and crashed up. Once there, Iron Man’s armor stops working, Captain America makes out with an elf woman, and Thor gets his ass kicked by pretty much everyone he meets. And this brings up one of my biggest issues with Thor, I like the guy, a lot. He had long hair, and he spoke in Jacobian English, and he used to fight the Hulk all the time (never a clear winner then either). He was crude, chivilarous, woefully out of touch, but a genuinely nice god. Except he kept giving his brother, Loki, a free ride for all the crap he always caused. Oh yeah, the dropped a line in there somewhere that said Loki was dead now. Then they moved on. Go figure. I forgot what I was talking about again…. Oh, my problem with Thor. Well, it’s been a problem since the beginning of comics, I think. It’s that you got this total badass that can wipe the floor with pretty much anyone who feels like starting something. So how do you compensate for that when he’s on a team with Captain America and Iron Man? I mean, some bozo attacks the avengers mansion, a guy with vague or unspecified powers, and in order to prove he’s threat, he has to take out the toughest guy on the team. Same thing that happened to Worf all the time on Star Trek. Thor gets his ass kicked. Now everyone knows this is a big threat. The problem with that, of course, is that it leads to Thor getting thumped over and over again by guys that aren’t that tough. How does that happen? Well, either said bad guy has got one of the twenty gazillion artifacts that grant near infinite power (that’s what happened in this storyline), or our resident badass just didn’t realize how tough the bad guy was, and got their ass kicked because they ‘weren’t ready.’ Sometimes, they just weaken the character. Superman has been weakened a few times. Thor has too, I think, or everyone else in the Marvel Universe got tougher. I read comics for a brief time about 7 or 8 years ago, Thor had just been rebooted after he’d been killed a few years prior. The writer of the mag said he needed to power him up at the time, so he had him inherit the Odinforce (the super-cosmic might that made Thor’s father more of a Cosmic entity, like Galactus), and less like a typical hero. Again, probably made him too strong, so they broke his hammer and did some magic whammy that made all that superforce he got from his dad get taken away. All that means this… this whole storyline feels like it was of the mold of someone who isn’t that mighty, becoming very mighty, and whipping Thor, then Iron Man and Cap have to put aside their differences (more references to storylines I’m only vaguely familiar with, in this case, the Marvel Universe’s Civil War, where Cap and a bunch of heroes went to war with Iron Man and a bunch more of heroes) in order to win. So, a bunch of warriors just show up when Thor makes a speech, then they don’t even have to do anything because the bad guy shows up to fight them. Then, Thor wins! I think someone else that was going to kill him earlier changed their mind, and then helped him. Never explained, but whatever, I only get about 60% of any comic storyline anyway, because the other 40% is references to backstories I don’t know anything about. In the end. Thor gets the magic artifact that gives him the power over all reality, and he chooses to stick it in his pocket and not even fix Asgard (remember, it crashed into the earth). He said if he fixed it, somehow he wouldn’t be a good guy, or something. It really made no sense. Still, I loved it, because the art was pretty good. Really, that’s all I need.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Good writing from Bendis - which is saying something, because when Bendis is at his best, his writing rocks the house. I'm not convinced this is his best work - it doesn't feel like the epic, world shattering stuff of some previous Events, but as far as putting three characters into conflict and really examining how they'd react and interact, we have a winner. The conflict - the bizarre situation in which they find themselves after Siege - is pretty interesting and unusual, and the suspense of fi Good writing from Bendis - which is saying something, because when Bendis is at his best, his writing rocks the house. I'm not convinced this is his best work - it doesn't feel like the epic, world shattering stuff of some previous Events, but as far as putting three characters into conflict and really examining how they'd react and interact, we have a winner. The conflict - the bizarre situation in which they find themselves after Siege - is pretty interesting and unusual, and the suspense of finding out exactly where they are and what happened is great. I miss Bendis' trademark sense of humour here. He uses Tony Stark as much as makes sense, but it feels like he's taking the other characters *very seriously* and while this is probably the *right* thing to do with these guys, it's more sombre than I'd have liked. Perhaps Bendis is using this story to make up for all the hell he's put these guys through with each other over the years. I'd like to say nice things about Davis' art but it's not up to the level I've come to expect with Bendis' work. It's tolerable and doesn't hinder the storytelling - sometimes it even conveys the majesty of the scene/character/action - but when it's not in extreme close-up, it seems sloppy/unfinished and definitely distracts.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nemo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As someone who isn't entirely up to speed with things, reading this as a standalone works nicely. What I got from it? Steve and Tony broke up for a while, said some nasty things, and Thor left them to it while he went to sort out his own things, and by the end of this the humans are back together and their best bro is right there with them. Tony naked on a horse? Hilarious. As far as the bigger picture goes, I can't really comment on how well this fits in, but as a one-off it was light-hearted a As someone who isn't entirely up to speed with things, reading this as a standalone works nicely. What I got from it? Steve and Tony broke up for a while, said some nasty things, and Thor left them to it while he went to sort out his own things, and by the end of this the humans are back together and their best bro is right there with them. Tony naked on a horse? Hilarious. As far as the bigger picture goes, I can't really comment on how well this fits in, but as a one-off it was light-hearted and fun, and full of things I love, so.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    In the aftermath of 'Siege', which saw the fall of Asgard, the Avengers have reassembled. However, some divisions remain between the leading members Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Thor. These three are forced to put their differences aside when they are cast out into the Nine Realms to confront Hela, the Goddess of Death. This book could easily be called 'Avengers Bromance' as it's all about rebuilding the bonds of friendship between Steve, Tony and Thor. Marvel spent most of the early 2000s tearin In the aftermath of 'Siege', which saw the fall of Asgard, the Avengers have reassembled. However, some divisions remain between the leading members Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Thor. These three are forced to put their differences aside when they are cast out into the Nine Realms to confront Hela, the Goddess of Death. This book could easily be called 'Avengers Bromance' as it's all about rebuilding the bonds of friendship between Steve, Tony and Thor. Marvel spent most of the early 2000s tearing the Avengers apart ('Disassembled', 'House of M', 'Civil War' etcetera) but with the movies of the MCU heading towards the first Avengers film it was imperative to return to the original core characters as friends and allies. This book then serves a very functional purpose and is perhaps a bit too transparent in being driven by brand recognition rather than story imperatives. That said, there is something deeply satisfying to a longtime Avengers fan in seeing these particular three separated off to fight as comrades in arms once more. And as a fan of Norse mythology, it was nice for them to be confronting elements from that as the Nine Realms begin to fold in upon themselves following the fall of Asgard. For me the highlight was seeing Steve battling a group of elves from whom he takes a set of blue scalemail armour and a shield. There's even a brilliant panel where artist Alan Davis has shadows and light fall on Steve in just the right way so that, for a moment, he is Captain America again (probably worth pointing out to the uninitiated that Steve wasn't Cap at this point - Bucky was, if I rememeber right). * More reviews here: https://fsfh-book-review2.webnode.com/ *

  17. 4 out of 5

    lar

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. "all those things... all the things i said and did-- i'm-- i'm so, so sorry. i know that's not enough, but i hope you will allow me the chance to earn your friendship back. i don't deserve it... i just hope you let me. i'm not half as good at-- at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you. and that's the truth." oh Tony, you are melting my heart :'''') so, the plot is not really interesting - Cap, Thor and Tony found themselves stranded in a distorted version of Jotunheim and have to fight h "all those things... all the things i said and did-- i'm-- i'm so, so sorry. i know that's not enough, but i hope you will allow me the chance to earn your friendship back. i don't deserve it... i just hope you let me. i'm not half as good at-- at anything as i am when i'm doing it next to you. and that's the truth." oh Tony, you are melting my heart :'''') so, the plot is not really interesting - Cap, Thor and Tony found themselves stranded in a distorted version of Jotunheim and have to fight hela in order to get back to earth - but boy oh boy does the character development make up for it! Steve and Tony have a (long overdue) confrontation about... well, pretty much everything that happened between them since Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event up till the most recent catastrophe (the Siege on asgard). it was a breath of fresh air and a very appreciated break from all the tension and the fighting between them and i do hope this is just the beginning of them fixing their bond. it will probably take a while to rebuild the trust, and maybe some things that have been said and done will never be truly forgotten, but i am in for this journey!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    I enjoyed this and the art was very good, but I also had the feeling this wasn't really necessary. I don't know that I want to use the term "cash grab", but I just feel as though this was something editors wanted rather than writers (or readers.) We get a story featuring the big three Avengers, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man, right after Siege, but more importantly, after Civil War. So there's a lot of friction between these three, especially Cap and Iron Man. And then Hel, the Goddess of De I enjoyed this and the art was very good, but I also had the feeling this wasn't really necessary. I don't know that I want to use the term "cash grab", but I just feel as though this was something editors wanted rather than writers (or readers.) We get a story featuring the big three Avengers, Captain America, Thor and Iron Man, right after Siege, but more importantly, after Civil War. So there's a lot of friction between these three, especially Cap and Iron Man. And then Hel, the Goddess of Death attempts to take over all creation and the three have to stop her. Then they hug and make up, which seemed like an awful easy way to get over all the things that happened during Civil War. Still, this wasn't bad and had some cool moments. If you're a huge Avengers fan check it out, but if not there are much better Avengers stories out there for the casual fan.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linnea

    Avengers Prime is just really, really fun. It's Avengers meets Lord of the Rings meets Norse Mythology and its just all around a good time. I don't have much to say about it except for how Steve always seems like such a sweet little vanilla boy and yet I am slowly realizing that he is just as much of a player as Tony. Who said nice guys finish last?? And Steve and Tony were just... I finally get it. The flirting here was next level. I think 90% of why this Siege followup exists is to patch up my Avengers Prime is just really, really fun. It's Avengers meets Lord of the Rings meets Norse Mythology and its just all around a good time. I don't have much to say about it except for how Steve always seems like such a sweet little vanilla boy and yet I am slowly realizing that he is just as much of a player as Tony. Who said nice guys finish last?? And Steve and Tony were just... I finally get it. The flirting here was next level. I think 90% of why this Siege followup exists is to patch up my favs relationship post-Civil War (the MCU could never), and let's be real, I'm not complaining. The plot with Hela was a bit confusing (love her though) until she was (not really spoiler alert) defeated and there was a bit of good ol' fashioned casual misogyny, but was I really in this for the plot? The answer is no, no I wasn't. Hence the five stars.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Avengers Prime issues #1-5 This comic book takes place immediately following "Siege," and tells a story that has the intent of mending the bridges between Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Thor, so that these three can work together on the Avengers unhindered by the events of the recent past. SPOILERS: Unfortunately, although this book ends with Tony and Steve having a nice moment in which they bond and put "Civil War" behind them, the concurrent title, "Avengers," (also written by Bendis) do Collects Avengers Prime issues #1-5 This comic book takes place immediately following "Siege," and tells a story that has the intent of mending the bridges between Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Thor, so that these three can work together on the Avengers unhindered by the events of the recent past. SPOILERS: Unfortunately, although this book ends with Tony and Steve having a nice moment in which they bond and put "Civil War" behind them, the concurrent title, "Avengers," (also written by Bendis) doesn't take this bonding moment into account. I starting reading Volume 1 of that run of "Avengers immediately after finishing this book, and in those early pages, Tony and Steve are back to not trusting/liking each other, which undermines the importance of this story.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    After the events of the Seige storyline, Asgard has been nearly destroyed. While investigating the dangers of the damaged Rainbow Bridge Observatory, Thor, Steve Rogers, and Iron Man are accidentally teleported to the fabled Nine Realms that has been twisted by an abnormally powerful Hela. Big battles and male bonding are the focus of this story. The Seige storyline as a whole was one of Marvels better EVENT stories, and this particular story - despite the less than inspiring title - was a good After the events of the Seige storyline, Asgard has been nearly destroyed. While investigating the dangers of the damaged Rainbow Bridge Observatory, Thor, Steve Rogers, and Iron Man are accidentally teleported to the fabled Nine Realms that has been twisted by an abnormally powerful Hela. Big battles and male bonding are the focus of this story. The Seige storyline as a whole was one of Marvels better EVENT stories, and this particular story - despite the less than inspiring title - was a good bookend for the event. For me, the only real negative was that Stark got off too easy after he and Cap had harsh words at the beginning.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Judith Groen

    This was a really amusing read. The friendship between Steve and Tony is awesome. Tony even confesses that he is not as good at anything as when he is doing is next to Steve. I never read anything about Thor, this comic did not make me want to read more, but I liked how he was presented in this comic. The art is amazing, especially the splash pages. The story itself was light, but everything around it made it worthwile and it made me laugh. This was an awesome conclusion to the Siege era

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vishualee

    A light comic with good humor and a short romance. When have we not seen Cap and Stark disagree on things? In this story, Cap, Iron Man, and Thor find themselves in a world not know to Thor himself. It isn't any of the nine realms. Where are they? This is the only question the reader and the trio have on their minds. A light comic with good humor and a short romance. When have we not seen Cap and Stark disagree on things? In this story, Cap, Iron Man, and Thor find themselves in a world not know to Thor himself. It isn't any of the nine realms. Where are they? This is the only question the reader and the trio have on their minds.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Glory

    Read this for the Steve/Tony and was very much pleased––Cap saving Tony's naked ass, the both of them going medieval with swords and horseback riding together, Tony's sincere apology to Cap and Cap's hug. Some classic interactions here and heartwarming goodness between the main trio. Even Tony offering to pray with Thor to help a friend out. A great read and lovely art. Read this for the Steve/Tony and was very much pleased––Cap saving Tony's naked ass, the both of them going medieval with swords and horseback riding together, Tony's sincere apology to Cap and Cap's hug. Some classic interactions here and heartwarming goodness between the main trio. Even Tony offering to pray with Thor to help a friend out. A great read and lovely art.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    A fum read which pulled together some left over threads from past Avengers & Mighty Thor stories. Bendis knows how to tell fast paced and character driven tales. The artwork suitably illustrated the chaos of the misplaced Nine Realms.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Reyel2107

    liked the story , loved the art !!!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mphill968

    Can't go wrong with Alan Davis Love the Avengers done by AD. Solid storyline. High drama as well as humor. Well worth the time ans money. Can't go wrong with Alan Davis Love the Avengers done by AD. Solid storyline. High drama as well as humor. Well worth the time ans money.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gomezmr

    This comic were totally fantastic.

  29. 4 out of 5

    guanaeps

    Alan Davis is the man.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    Supremely skippable, but it was nice to see the big three get some bonding time.

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