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Subj: Heroes Reborn - feel my hatred
Posted: Tue May 29, 2007 at 04:20:21 pm CDT
Reply Subj: Survey- What's the single worst Avengers issue ever?
Posted: Mon May 28, 2007 at 03:52:29 pm CDT

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I was inspired to ask this question after rereading my own personal choice, Avengers Unplugged 3. Black Widow and Crystal get dressed up in miniskirts and have a "girls' night out" at a male strip club called, uh, "Bimboyz." Coincidentally enough, it's hero night at the club, and at one point Crystal attracts the attention of a male stripper dressed as Quicksilver.
As a fantastic article on the Avengers Assemble website points out, the comic hits its nadir when Black Widow says "You go, girl!" to Crystal.
Avengers Unplugged as a whole was truly, horribly, abominably bad, and #3 get my vote for the worst Avengers issue ever.
What's yours?

Heroes Reborn. All of them. Vol 2 issues 1-13. I stopped after 6 and Byrne stole the next couple or read a friends copy. Maybe that means I can only say issues 1-8. But I include the whole run out of disgust. That person who let me read his books is no longer my friend, for different reasons, but thinking back - a real friend would have with-held the issues and not let me see them. Just the thought makes me want to call him up out of the blue and de-friend him all over again.
Hated it from the word "go." Stuck around far too long.
I'm a die-hard completionist, and that series was given away to a kid at a comic store one day by me (well, the issues that I had at the time).
Pile O' Ass. I didnt much care for any of the Heroes Reborn titles at all - FF's run was only okay by me (save for the Jim Lee art) - but the Avengers in particular were poor, each issue successfully becoming more unreadable than the last.

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