The New Avengers, Volume 1: Breakout

The New Avengers, Volume 1: Breakout

Brian Michael Bendis David Finch / Feb 25, 2020

The New Avengers Volume Breakout In the wake of the systematic destruction of the original Avengers just what sort of threat to the world could persuade Captain America to assemble an all new team And following the events of Avenger

  • Title: The New Avengers, Volume 1: Breakout
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis David Finch
  • ISBN: 9780785118145
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the wake of the systematic destruction of the original Avengers, just what sort of threat to the world could persuade Captain America to assemble an all new team And following the events of Avengers Disassembled, who could possibly be on this team How does Cap, Iron Man, Spider Man, and Wolverine sound Fate has brought them together, and now Captain America wants toIn the wake of the systematic destruction of the original Avengers, just what sort of threat to the world could persuade Captain America to assemble an all new team And following the events of Avengers Disassembled, who could possibly be on this team How does Cap, Iron Man, Spider Man, and Wolverine sound Fate has brought them together, and now Captain America wants to make it permanent Who will take his hand and join the new Avengers And will they be strong enough to fight the mysterious forces at play around them Collecting The New Avengers 1 6

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      • Brian Michael Bendis David Finch

        A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.


    1. The Avengers disassembled after House of M. Spidey rogue Electro busts out a few dozen baddies out of The Raft. Avengers reassemble - who expected THAT? Oh, right, everyone. Was it remotely entertaining to see something that’s been done a zillion times before? Surprisingly nah. New Avengers, Volume 1: Breakout is a super-generic superhero book. Brian Bendis throws a bunch of heroes and villains together in a Royal Rumble-esque brawl because that’s what you do when you haven’t got any ideas [...]

    2. Hangs my head in shame.I didn't go crazy over this book.You've got a bunch of baddies about to break out of Ryker's Island. Spider man, Captain America, Spider girl and of course Iron Man are involved with the saving of the day. Well sorta.ere are still a whole lot of baddies that get loose.The Captain America decides that they need a new Avengers group to go after the crime dudes. I just thought this was kinda bland. Usually I'm a superhero fangirl but I couldn't even work it up for Iron Man.d [...]

    3. Ranty ReviewOK. I really, really, really wanted to like this more. I hadn’t read anything featuring The Avengers for ages, and Breakout received such glowing reviews. The premise also appealed to me. An Avengers team featuring the likes of Daredevil and Wolverine? Yes please!Well, despite some name dropping and featuring Matt Murdock early in the story, Daredevil isn’t actually part of the New Avengers team (not at this stage, anyway, I don’t know what happens in future issues).Spiderman [...]

    4. Ah the Avengers book that got me into the Avengers back in High School. Avengers is pretty big now. Everyone loves them. The movie changed the marvel universe and pretty much ALL superhero movies. However, back in the day, Avengers weren't a huge name. New Avengers by Bendis decided to change that. Let's get some big names in this group right? It worked for Justice League. They added Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman in the 90's. Bendis took Spider-man, Wolverine, and Cap and had them all team [...]

    5. I loved the premise of the super-villain prison break, and the early introduction of Electro, where he asks himself, "Costume or no costume?" and answers himself in this panel: But I had trouble getting over the fact that the assembled team of Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Luke Cage, and, later, Wolverine (also possibly Daredevil in the future?), while both interesting in some cases and popular in others, is not well balanced as a superhero group from a tactical standpoint [...]

    6. This was really great!!Loved how it showed the story from different characters point of views, it was well done and entertaining!

    7. The plot interested me right from the start, I enjoyed this one quite a bit!Liked the artwork, brilliant colours, nice fit for a story about superheroes. Good humour. Fun story, not too predictable. Definitely interested in the next installment of this series.

    8. I'll admit, while I love comic books, I haven't read a huge amount of these collected anthologies. With that being said, this has probably been my favorite one to date! Taking place after the end of the Avengers and before the events chronicled in House of M, a dire situation at Ryker's Island has brought together an unlikely group of heroes to continue on as the New Avengers. Breakout stars Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Woman, Spider-Man and Luke Cage as the New Avengers and the fight takes [...]

    9. Don't get me wrong, Bendis is one of the most talented writers around. If nothing else, Powers will stand as a testament to that. David Finch does nice work with the art.My essential problem, which started in the Avengers Disassembled storyline and continues here, is what I call "Brian Michael Bendis Destroys the Marvel Universe."I grew up with and loved the Marvel characters and concept in my childhood, teens, and a large chunk of adulthood, going back to the 1970s. The work that starts here an [...]

    10. Language: The d*m word and substitute shift characters/symbols to represent profanity.Sensuality content: No sex on screen or behind closed doors. Precluding it is meant in the "most PC non threatening professional way" the team does comment how Spideywoman looks hot the first time they see her in her skin tight costume instead of her SHIELD agent business attire. Slight spoiler- The team is hung naked and unconscious with all the bathing suit areas obscured from view.Source: Prime Reading bene [...]

    11. Good job I've been watching the movies and Netflix shows so I knew all the characters! Not a comic reader normally so this made a change. Not all that impressed with the overly sexualised female characterised outfits, no need for that! The story was fun and fast so it gets a 4 for that

    12. Holy hell what a solid read. I picked up the New Avengers line mostly because I wanted more Jessica Jones and this is apparently where her character wandered off to after The Pulse ended. I was expecting normal Avengers, but DAMN this was great!I think that Brian Michael Bendis has got to be my all around favorite super hero author. And Authors are something I rarely pay attention to, but I've noticed that if I really, REALLY dig a modern Marvel comic if I look at the author chances are it will [...]

    13. Breakout starts the Bendis run on New Avengers. Starting shortly after the events that led to the dissolution of the Avengers, new trouble arises. Electro is paid to engineer a break of the Raft, the super-criminal lockup, in order to get Suaron. During his attempt he frees all the inmates and a combined force of Captain America, Spider-Man, Spider Woman, Daredevil and Luke Cage help contain the breakout. In the follow up we see the nucleus of the new team. Especially when they go to the Savage [...]

    14. After watching "Jessica Jones," Luke Cage came onto my radar. Not having encountered him in the select few stories I'd read in the reams of Avenger material, I poked around on the internet and was recommended this compilation, in which he joins the New Avengers. I didn't learn much about him, honestly, but I did get a rollicking story. Did I understand most of what was happening? Nope. Half the time I couldn't even decipher the action through the "art." But it was still what a good superhero sto [...]

    15. This must be my third or fourth reading, and I still love this book.2 thirds of the holy trinity (Cap, Tony, Thor) put the band back together with Spidey, Spider Woman, and Luke Cagewith an assist from Sentry, and a later arrival of Wolverine. One of the better teams I can recall. Bendis is solid here, and gets the different dynamics of the gang.

    16. The team of Brian Michael Bendis and David Fitch relaunched the Avengers franchise in a way that would quickly make it one of the world’s best-selling comics. A mysterious figure hired Electro to engineer a breakout at The Raft, an island prison for super-powered criminals in New York Harbor, which attracted several heroes: Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Luke Cage, Spider-Woman, Daredevil (in his civilian identity) and the long lost Sentry (a voluntary prisoner on the Raft). In the aft [...]

    17. A problem with fans of the genre and Marvel die-hards is that they are loath to provide an honest review that may run the risk and wrath of being branded with disloyalty to the golden fleece of Marvel Lamb. Being an honest Scouser though, as rare as it may sound, I shall endeavour to do this sheepskin it's fair due.It is indeed, a fleece. For £10.99 and the time that will never be given back, this was a dull and painful read, with milestones and events dropped in haphazardly like cheap hunks of [...]

    18. I dunno man, Bendis is weird. He's got an ear for naturalistic dialogue, but that often leads to all of his characters having the same voice. He knows how to make a page-turner but it all feels like fluff in the end. Like all of this era's Bendis stuff, this is extremely post-9/11 material. Slightly deconstructionist. I mean look, the original Avengers were formed to fight a mythological trickster god. This iteration is to stop something as mundane as a prison break (super-villainy notwithstandi [...]

    19. In the aftermath of Avengers Disassembled, with the X-Men and the Fantastic Four currently occupied elsewhere, and the Avengers disbanded, a mysterious organisation sees an opportunity to stage a large breakout from the Raft, a prison facility for super-powered criminals. Purely by chance, a motley group of superheroes are at the Raft when it happens. Could this be the rebirth of the Avengers - or will it be their death rattle?I'm not going to beat about the bush. I loved this. The opening issue [...]

    20. Очередная работа Бендиса, которого я вдруг стал так тщательно изучать. В прошлый раз Брайан с удовольствием и с чувством, по кирпичику разрушал спокойную жизнь Мстителей, после чего команда распалась, в этом же сюжете он всё делает строго наоборот – собирает новую команду [...]

    21. I really liked the idea of this book: The world needs the Avengers, they're crutial in the balance of the planet, but it didn't deliver as I wanted it to.The beggining is really cool with the breakout, we get to see Daredevil and Sentry but they never appear after that (which is a shame).The last couple of issues are really anti-climatics, with the new avengers fighting that man/vampire dinossaur and in which the plot doesn't really clear out.I really liked the team, they're all so different, yo [...]

    22. AWESOMEOnce upon a time, there was a friend with obsession for collecting comics in super state :-)When friend gave me this book I was hooked up. Honestly, not typical for girl to love comics and adventure but that's me. Even tho got soft spot for X-Men so lucky me I got Wolverine here. when I lost my Hawkeye straight on begining but received Spidey on other hand.It's really hard to write any review about this. would still say awesome. Liked the story, liked the painting (ok, some more some less [...]

    23. On second reading, I think I enjoyed it even more. Bendis sure does write some snappy, funny dialog. Of course, nothing is resolved in this book, but it's a good, solid adventure, and a nice setup for future storylines. I really appreciate that Bendis can fully utilize the wide Marvel universe, but without losing readers who aren't steeped in the whole mythology. At least, my wife (who doesn't read mainstream nor superhero comics much) enjoyed it, and wasn't lost.

    24. I actually really, really enjoyed this, and got a lot more into it and engaged in the story than I usually do with comics. It was a solid story, the dialogue was funny, and I liked the character dynamic within the team.

    25. Fateful meeting of the new superhero team as they try to overcome odds they wouldn't be able to on their own. It was a fun action packed piece with interesting personalities.

    26. I'm going to keep this short and straight to the point. It was decent at best. Great artwork but the story was just mediocre.You see? I told you, nice and short.

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