Great Lakes Avengers
“All New, All Different?” No, thank you! New things are bad and different things are scary!Instead, why not join everybody’s least favorite super-hero team, the Great Lakes Avengers in their brand new — but not too brand new — ongoing series, Same Old, Same Old, Great Lakes Avengers!When the team gets reinstated as permanent members of the Avengers and uprooted to Detroit, the GLA has one more shot at super hero glory…but can they answer the call? Do they even have 4G coverage here? Find out!Collecting: Great Lakes Avengers 1-7

Great Lakes Avengers Details

TitleGreat Lakes Avengers
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 13th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN1302906216
ISBN-139781302906214
Number of pages160 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels

Great Lakes Avengers Review

  • Rachel
    May 8, 2017
    Read in single issues. A sadly short-lived run with these lovable losers. Not required reading, but if you're into the comedically mundane side of superhero life, it's fun.
  • Brian
    April 28, 2017
    Read in single issues.This series was a lot of fun. The opening issue is brilliant, especially Flatman's portayal of an enthusiastic wannabe super-scientist. He reads like a cross between Dr. Impossible and Finn the Human.The story suffers a bit of meandering overall, but the character interactions are what make this a good read. The art is a perfect fit for the tone, and conveys a lot of humor through facial expressions and body language. Give this a read when you are in the mood for a witty ta Read in single issues.This series was a lot of fun. The opening issue is brilliant, especially Flatman's portayal of an enthusiastic wannabe super-scientist. He reads like a cross between Dr. Impossible and Finn the Human.The story suffers a bit of meandering overall, but the character interactions are what make this a good read. The art is a perfect fit for the tone, and conveys a lot of humor through facial expressions and body language. Give this a read when you are in the mood for a witty tale about being on the periphery of the superhero lifestyle.
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  • Alex Sarll
    April 26, 2017
    While the core Marvel books are caught up in ever decreasing circles of event, reboot and renumbering, the more whimsical and marginal titles like Squirrel Girl and Hellcat have been a blessed relief. Alas, even here diminishing returns can set in. Bringing back the perennial loser superteam who first reintroduced Doreen Green, but now minus her star power*, this short-lived series had the odd good gag, but never quite found its groove, or came close to matching the charm of its stablemates.*I'm While the core Marvel books are caught up in ever decreasing circles of event, reboot and renumbering, the more whimsical and marginal titles like Squirrel Girl and Hellcat have been a blessed relief. Alas, even here diminishing returns can set in. Bringing back the perennial loser superteam who first reintroduced Doreen Green, but now minus her star power*, this short-lived series had the odd good gag, but never quite found its groove, or came close to matching the charm of its stablemates.*I'm sure there was meant to be a subplot where the GLA now has a cardboard cut-out of Squirrel Girl instead, but either editorial nixed that at the last minute, or those scenes were entirely unmemorable.
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