Occupy Avengers, Vol. 1
Super heroes - they're a privileged class. Doing what they want, when they want, and suffering no consequences. They have no regard for the ordinary people who are left behind to suffer in their wake. Who will stand up for the little guy? There is a man. If you can find him, and if he believes in your story, he and his friends will put things right. Some call him an outlaw, rebel, Robin Hood. To others, he is a hero. No powers to speak of - just skills, smarts and a burning drive to take back justice. The man's name is Hawkeye. He doesn't look for trouble, but trouble finds him - and he'll quickly drag Western hero Red Wolf into it as well! It's a shame that they're facing certain death; they would have made a great team. COLLECTING: Occupy Avengers 1-4 and Avengers (1963) 80-81

Occupy Avengers, Vol. 1 Details

TitleOccupy Avengers, Vol. 1
ReleaseJun 20th, 2017
Number of pages136 pages
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Marvel

Occupy Avengers, Vol. 1 Review

  • Craig
    June 21, 2017
    David Walker is doing some really interesting books...the most interesting books at Marvel, Coates aside. Why can't creators be left unfettered to just create? That's what we get here, most especially woth the unique cast. I'm taking off some points because Pacheco seemed rushed here, and I didn't find his work to be a good match for the tone of the book. Having seen some of the art for the next volume, I now know this to be true.
  • Rucha
    May 7, 2017
    Read single issues
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