WEST COAST AVENGERS #10 brings a close to what was arguably one of the most fun books Marvel has put out in a long time.
WEST COAST AVENGERS #9 pulls you in with some surprising developments and beautiful pages. It feels like filler at some times, but it’s definitely still worth your attention.
Nina starts a fight, sees an old friend, and makes a choice that will change everything in BLACKBIRD #5.
WEST COAST AVENGERS #7 is arguably one of the best issues in the series thus far, featuring sharp storytelling and gorgeous pages front to back.
WEST COAST AVENGERS #6 is likely the weakest issue of the bunch thus far, but it’s still very much a worthwhile read.
Nina’s attacked then reunited with an unexpected character in BLACKBIRD #3. See what CV’s got to say!
WEST COAST AVENGERS #5 keeps the ball rolling with some (but not really enough) team and character-building moments, and an untimely trip to a creepy theme park.
WEST COAST AVENGERS #4 features even more giant monster antics, including a giant hawk version of Kate Bishop Hawkeye, and it’s about as awesome as you’d expect.
Kelly Thompson and Stefano Caselli have proven to be a truly dynamic duo, and their storytelling prowess continues to impress in WEST COAST AVENGERS #2.
CROWDED #1, by Image Comics, Christopher Sebela, Ro Stein, Ted Brandt, Triona Farrell, and Cardinal Rae, gives us a unique story that’ll be sure to keep you wanting more! Leave room for the violence, deceit, and campaigns in CROWDED!
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