Been reading Secret Avengers since 21.1 and loving it so have decided to try the other Avengers titles, will get Avengers from the point one they have soon 23.1? perhaps but where do i start with New Avengers and Avengers Academy?
Ive purchased Disassembled abd Secret War to read too but where in New Avengers and Avengers Academy is last/next hop on point?
For old school epic Avenger titles, I can't recommend Kang Dynasty by Busiek highly enough. It rocks your red hot chili pepper socks off.
Has Roger Stern's Hulk run ever been collected?
I'd just like everyone to know that not only am I dropping Marvel, I'm dropping this forum considering I'm not even allowed to voice a negative opinion because a thread "isn't about me".
Any good Captain America stories set during WW2?
I suggest reading these to catch up on the Avengers. I've included a mix of stuff that's important (i.e. events) and stuff that's actually good (e.g. Avengers: The Initiative). I've included a line break at each event.
The Death of Captain America
Mighty Avengers: Assemble
Thor by J Michael Stracynzki vol 1
Avengers: The Initiative vol 1
Avengers: The Initiative vol 2
World War Hulk
Avengers: The Initiative vol 3
Dark Avengers vol 1
Mighty Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
Thor by J Michael Stracynzki vol 2
Mighty Avengers: The Unspoken
Thor by J Michael Stracynzki vol 3
Thor: Latverian Prometheus
Captain America: Reborn
Mighty Avengers: Siege
Avengers: The Initiative: Siege
Iron Man/Thor: God Complex
Thor: The World Eaters
Avengers vol 1
Avengers vol 2
Mighty Thor vol 1: The Galactus Seed
Journey Into Mystery: Fear Itself
Fear Itself: The Fearless
Avengers vol 3
Avengers: The Children's Crusade
Last edited by Telos; 02-24-2012 at 03:39 PM.
Not sure where you live, but you may also want to check out your local library.
The ones in my area have large comic/gn selections.
Avengers Academy isn't so important to catching up but it is a really good series. And features Quicksilver, Pym, Tigra and now Hawkeye (now) working out of the west coast avengers compound training young heroes.
Another great way to "catch up" is a Marvel digital Unlimited Subscription. A HUGE archive of Avengers and others, i think its like 50-60 bucks a year. And has stuff as recent as a year ago. (sometimes more recent)
I've found that libraries are great for taking naps, especially when you're between "house" or kicked out of your current arrangement.
Uncanny X-Force Wolverine & the X-Men Batwoman Daredevil Animal Man Swamp Thing Saga Secret Avengers Angel & Faith Manhattan Projects UXM