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AVENGERS #7 (Aug 1998) Marvel Comics

cover: George Pérez
AVENGERS #7
Date: Aug 1998
Cover Price:  $1.99
Publisher: marvel.com

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    Credits
    "Court Marital Of Carol Danvers" (22 pages)
    writer:  Kurt Busiek
    art:  George Perez
    Al Vey
    colors:  Tom Smith
    letters:  RS
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    editor:  Tom Brevoort
    Bob Harris (chief)
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     July 28, 2002 | Avengers #55 Review
    From Revolution SF
    Graphic Language: July 11, 2002

    AVENGERS #55 (Marvel, $2.25)
    The Avengers is one of my favorite team books and this issue wraps up the long running Kang story line. During this story, we saw Washington, DC, destroyed, discovered the purpose of the religious group the Triune Understanding, and finally finished redeeming Warbird (once known as Ms. Marvel). Wheshhhew. That's a lot of stuff to cover, and the scope of this story has been very large, which is what you would expect in the era of Authority and Morrision's [sic] JLA.

    Patrick Zircher was stuck with the unenviable position of following George Perez on this title and he has filled in those shoes quite well. Kurt Busiek's writing is very strong as he brings in a sense of closure to the characters he has focused on during his run: Triathlon, Warbird, Justice, Firestar, and Vision. In fact, some people state that Busiek has brought the team back to heights it hasn't seen since Jim Shooter wrote it. The fact that Busiek was able to take second rate characters, both heroes and villains, and make them first rate, is impressive. At the same time, he was able to take the classic Avengers villains, like Ultron and Kang, and make them more deadly then they had even been. This book does suffer in the sense that it's not too accommodating to new readers, but there is a new writer coming on board in two months. I hope he has something strong up his sleeve because he has a hard act to follow. (8 out of 10)

    –Chuck Hensey

     June 29, 2002 | Avengers #55
    From Tom Smith, via Avengers Messageboard.
  • AVENGERS #55, Art by Patrick Zircher and Scott Koblish (pages 2-3), From Tom Smith

  • AVENGERS #7, Art by George Perez and Al Vey (pages 2-3)
  • Court martial scene without balloons / Tasty art treat from A#55
    Posted by Tom Smith on Friday, June 28 2002 at 12:23:36 GMT

    Here is that scene without the word balloons. Does this scene look familiar ? It should Kurt asked Patrick to recreate the scene from a early Perez issue, Which one ? Let's see how good you guys are.

    Best..
    Tom Smith 

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