Avengers Assemble: The Forgeries of Jealousy

Avengers Assemble: The Forgeries of Jealousy

Kelly Sue DeConnick / Aug 18, 2019

Avengers Assemble The Forgeries of Jealousy Inhumanity tie in Mad scientist June Covington aka the Toxic Doxie has her very own Inhuman with a unique ability that in the wrong hands could change everything Now Covington s at war with A I M

  • Title: Avengers Assemble: The Forgeries of Jealousy
  • Author: Kelly Sue DeConnick
  • ISBN: 9780785167983
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inhumanity tie in Mad scientist June Covington, aka the Toxic Doxie, has her very own Inhuman with a unique ability that, in the wrong hands, could change everything Now Covington s at war with A.I.M for control of new Inhuman abilities Meanwhile, young hero Spider Girl is being mentored by Spider Woman and Wolverinebut when she follows in the footsteps of herInhumanity tie in Mad scientist June Covington, aka the Toxic Doxie, has her very own Inhuman with a unique ability that, in the wrong hands, could change everything Now Covington s at war with A.I.M for control of new Inhuman abilities Meanwhile, young hero Spider Girl is being mentored by Spider Woman and Wolverinebut when she follows in the footsteps of her investigative reporter father and begins tracking Covington, Spider Girl has to enlist the help of Iron Man to understand what s at stake, how to fight it and, if she s very lucky, how to recover a dear friend without ending up dead COLLECTING Avengers Assemble 21, 22H 23H, 24 25

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    1. This was not what I was expecting at all, and I really, really liked it! Each volume in this series has been different, so you really don't need to read them in any particular order, but this one in particular stands on its own. It's told from the POV of Spider-Girl, Anya Corazon (who wanted her superhero name to be Araña, but no one could pronounce it properly). It could have ended up cutesy, what with the whole point of the story being that Anya wants the Avengers to help her rescue her teach [...]


    2. Bullet Review:Squeeeeeee!! This was so much fun! Snappy dialogue, female characters everywhere!! A fun little storyline about Spidergirl training up with key Avengers. SO MUCH AWESOME. Art was a bit chunky in the last few pages, but otherwise if was solid.I really think Deconnick has fun with Avengers, which is why her writing and dialogue is SO MUCH BETTER than in other titles she's written MUCH FUN!


    3. Who is Anya Corazon aka Spider-Girl? No clue, but she’s the hero of this story as she teams up with the Avengers to rescue one of her schoolteachers!Following the events of Infinity where Black Bolt detonated the Terrigen Bomb, new Inhumans (or NuHumans) are springing up everywhere as humans with latent Kree DNA begin changing and develop superpowers. Mad scientist June Covington aka Toxic Doxie wants to get her hands on a Terrigen cocoon – the form a human transforming into an Inhuman takes [...]


    4. The Forgeries of Jealousy is pretty fun. Unlike Science Bros, it does follow through one story arc, based on a recent event involving the Inhumans. I don't know much about that, but I don't think you need to. The closest POV character is Anya Corazon, Spider-girl, and she doesn't seem to have been involved much in the event up to the point where this starts, though she does know what about the situation. Still, the volume follows Spider-girl as she works with the Avengers to rescue her social st [...]


    5. So it's super light weight and heavily based on that Inhuman event that I neither know nor care much for and it stars a character (Spider-Girl) who I'm not attached to and sort of reads like wish fulfillment for herAnd it's a lot of fun to read. The dialog is great, the action is fun, and the characters feel right. It's kind of a shallow read, but that's ok. It's just so much fun that I don't care.


    6. Toxic Doxie is my current favourite new villain. Totally of its time, very driven, hero of her own story, and lots of potential for tricks up her sleeves/skin/DNA. What a fucking total sociopath!Love how anytime Jessica Drew is in the picture, Hulk becomes her personal lapdog. Nothing says power like taming the legendarily uncontrollable.Love how self-aware everyone in this book is. No flies on these folks, good or bad. Hilarious take on AIM and Avengers' relationship therewith. In fact, I think [...]


    7. The girl power theme of this is pleasing, with the three spiders--Spider-Girl, Spider-Woman, and Black Widow--taking centre stage and confronting a female villain (evil scientist June Covington, the Toxic Doxie), while the male characters have supporting roles. It’s something of an apprentice or coming-of-age story, as the plot centres on Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon), a high-school-aged girl with spider powers, and her quest to rescue her social studies teacher (who, in typical Marvel fashion, h [...]


    8. Good story. This is the first I've ever read with Spider-girl and I liked her. She was a teenager but not overly angsty like teenagers tend to be written.


    9. I love the DeConnick's writing, but parts of this volume feltfan fic-ish. The plot was nice and tight, but I hated the inclusion of spider-girl. We don't need another spider based member inserted into this line up. I get annoyed enough when Spider-woman and Spider-man share too much page time. Having too many characters with the same or extremely similar powers running around gets boring.The plot of this volume focuses on Spider-Girl coming to the Avengers for help finding her social studies tea [...]


    10. Five stars for the writing. DeConnick and Ellis are both brilliantly hilarious, as well as great at writing serious scenes with sufficient gravity and depth, and they're absolutely superb at shifting between those two modes. The villain is fantastic; the storyline is perhaps a little on the slight side, but well-written and involving; and the character dynamics are top-notch. Plus, the story includes a Black Widow/Spider-Woman/Spider-Girl team-up. Awesome!Unfortunately, I'm not that impressed by [...]


    11. This was exactly what I needed last night. I do not know how much of the dialogue to attribute to DeConnick (because of reviews of have read of her Image work) and how much to Ellis. RL has been kicking my ass this past week, and what read like Ellis' trademark cynical, snarky humor helped me get to sleep last night.Take one minor character, Spider-Girl, and watch her pull Joss Whedon snark lines out one after another, especially in her observations about adults. See the evil female scientist ge [...]


    12. 4.5 stars. This is such a fun volume, with really good characterisation. Spider-Girl is at the centre of this, and I’m so glad she received the spotlight. I vaguely remember reading her stuff several years ago, when she was better known as Arana and had slightly different superhero powers, but this version of her was better. I liked her interaction (banter) with almost all of the characters, especially Wolverine and Black Widow. The villain, Toxic Doxie, wasn’t too bad either. I liked her ou [...]


    13. I’ve not been happy with Hickman’s Avengers or New Avengers series, but DeConnick has not only made Captain Marvel a must-read but Avengers Assemble also. The series is much lighter in tone, with emphasis on action and humor.This volume follows the Terrigen bomb event that is transforming many people into Inhumans, or leaving them in cocoons as the transformation continues. As a result, the Avengers are dealing with a global crisis. When Spider-Girl shows up at Avengers Tower looking for hel [...]


    14. *GROAN* Well I had already ready two/thirds of this in that awful "INHUMANITY" reprint/discharge. Where in their eagerness to swindle loyal reader/customers they (MARVEL) did not even print the whole story. They could have easily done this, but I suspect their GREED motivated them to only give us part of the story in an "effort" to push us towards buying other books rather than telling a good or complete story. So if you had shelled out $75 bucks or whatever for that awful "INHUMANITY" book cost [...]


    15. Not as strong as the previous volumes though I really enjoyed Spider-Girl and her interactions with Black Widow and Spider-woman especially.It is a shame the Avengers Assemble has come to a conclusion as it overall was a lot more fun than the main Avengers comic and much more accessible for those who don't know 50 years of comics backstory.Kelly Sue did a great job, the Science Bros arc being my favourite as well as the crossover with Captain Marvel in The Enemy Within.


    16. Nothing works quite as well as a fun Avengers book with a lot going on, and between DeConnick (who is the current scribe on the wonderful Captain Marvel) and Warren Ellis, this achieves that and makes it look easy, like it's always supposed to work this way. Can be read as a standalone volume, as it renders any questions you might ask about status and continuity irrelevant to the plot and story arc.


    17. Each book in this AVENGERS ASSEMBLE series is a complete story in itself. Big love for that concept, it's one that's not used enough. If I had my choice 99% would be like this. This story features Spider-girl. Not a character I'm fond of or know much about. It's an excellent character piece that moves at a more intimate, slower pace. Excellent for casual or new Marvel readers.


    18. This is a great conclusion to Kelly Sue DeConnick's Avengers Assemble stint. Like the two previous paperbacks, I felt like this was the most fun I had while reading an Avengers comic in 10 years. It's the perfect series to read after watching Marvel's The Avengers film. I highly recommend it.




    19. I did *not* expect to have so much fun reading this book. I'm a big fan of both Kelly Sue DeConnick and Warren Ellis (who has co-writer credits in the book, but not on , and it is unclear how much influence he had on the script), but they've both definitely written some doozies.This one follows a character I didn't even know existed through a side story from an world-wide event I didn't even know happened. It's all about the characters and the laughs.I like it when A.I.M. cannon fodder scientist [...]


    20. This graphic novel of the Avenger super hero team shows a clear tilt towards the teen female. Spider-Girl is in the Avengers headquarters and her first action is to complain about Iron Man stepping on her toe. She has something important to say about her missing social studies teacher, but she is brushed off by the Avengers because they are dealing with an inhuman pandemic.Like all teens, Spider-Girl complains about the reaction of the adults until she finally screams out her message. Since it i [...]


    21. This was a bit different than the rest of Avengers Assemble, which was meant as a way to ease new readers who were fans of the Avengers films into the greater Marvel Universe. Instead, this volume showcases Spider-Girl (formerly Araña) developing a relationship with various Avengers through a tie-in story with the Inhumanity event. Oh, and it emphasizes again that Wolverine lacks a healing factor. It was weird and thorny, but I guess if you started reading as a movie reader, you would have gott [...]


    22. A well done Avengers tale that puts a nice focus on some of the Marvel heroines and centers around newbie Spider-Girl a.k.a Arana and her quest to rescue her teacher and also prove herself a worthy and capable hero. She's paired up with Wolverine for much of the story which is a joy because Wolverine is always at his most fun whenever they pair him up with a sassy young upstart (see Kitty Pryde, Jubilee etc) and there is some great back & forth between the two. Spider-Girl is also teamed up [...]


    23. I really miss having half stars. This one is definitely not quite a 5 but it is better than the 4s I've been giving the better run of Marvel Now. I just like the concept behind this one and it was executed well. So a young superhero, Anya Corazon aka Spidergirl, comes to the Avengers with a problem. And what they do is basically treat her like a junior superhero in the same way you might handle a junior software engineer. They basically have her work the problem and hand her from one coach to an [...]


    24. DeConnick continues to write everything I want to read in a superhero comic. There is bleakness here, and hard decisions, but on the whole, these adventures are fun. Witty, smartass banter that feels like it owes a bit of a debt to Whedon, a good mix of familiar characters and fresh (to me, at least) characters. And girls. Girls for days. Female superheroes, female super-villains, female henchmen, female team-leaders, female up-and-coming newbies. And still far from an all-girls club, we still h [...]


    25. Again, the villains are ridiculous, as in the previous volume. Pushing the Inhumans as the new "It" characters is also a maddeningly dull marketing campaign within which DeConnick finds herself mired. However, DeConnick illustrates that you don't need marketing campaigns to make a character interesting. I had ZERO idea who Arana/ Spider-Girl was before reading this, nor did I care about her. But in one slim volume, DeConnick shows the old white dude club how to make the audience care about a cha [...]


    26. There's absolutely nothing wrong with this book. I mean, it's not the Avengers, it's "Spider-Girl Team-up", but besides that it's a good book. Spider-girl is delightfully characterized, June Covington is offered as a great villain, and everything integrates well with the Inhumanity event.Despite that, there's no depth to this book. The Team-up changes are awkward, as such things always are, and the plot all feels like its just a crutch to show us Spider-Girl teaming up with the Avengers. It'll b [...]


    27. This book was a blast! It's a great introduction to Anya Corazon / Spider-girl and I loved every minute of it! The art, the plot, and the dialogue would make for a great film or an arc for an animated series. In addition to Anya, there were great moments with the Avengers (Spider-woman, Black Widow, Captain Marvel, Wolverine, Bruce Banner, Iron Man and Cap). The adults act as side-kicks to Anya and that was awesome to see!This book was a great at showing who the Avengers are meant to be and I hi [...]


    28. If it is not inhumanity tie-in, I would say it is a continuity light. It is unfortunate that a reader needs to understand some plots from the infinity and the inhumanity to understand the story.I love how the writers manage the interaction between the Spider-girl and other well-eatablished Avengers. There arw many nice moments.You don't need to know a lot about the Spider-girl to enjoy the story. I am looking forward to buy a trade hardcopy. (I normally read digital comics but I usually purchase [...]


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