noticed that we’ve been seeing Thor and Iron Man around more than we have for
the past few years.The comic never made
an official announcement that these two were back to being full-time
Avengers—they just started showing up on the regular all of a sudden.I wonder how that played out in-universe,
like did Thor’s socks just suddenly start appearing in the laundry while Iron
Man left notes on the fridge complaining that they’re out of straws?
Avengers Annual #4—a.k.a. Avengers Special #4 (the names of the
annuals get a bit fuzzy after the first one)—is just like Avengers Annual/Special #3, in that there is not a single panel of
new material in it.It’s just
back-to-back reprints of Avengers #5 and
#6, so refer to Avengerous Tales 1.3
if you’d like to read my thoughts on them.For now, let’s move on to the next regular
issue of The Avengers, Issue
This review is
brought to you buy the letter R.R
stands for many things, like ‘review,’ which is what this is; ‘Red Wolf,’ who
is today’s guest hero; and ‘racism,’ which this comic has an abundance of.Happy reading!Oh, look, another R!Remarkable!
say, if you’re sensitive about misrepresentation of Native Americans in the
media, this Avengerous Tale is not for you.