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Savage Avengers #16 – Review
Savage Avengers #16 – Review

Savage Avengers #16 – Review

Savage Avengers #16
PUBLISHER: Marvel Comics
WRITER: Gerry Duggan
ART: Patch Zircher
COLORS: Java Tartaglia
COVER: Valerio Giangiordano & Frank D’Armata
LETTERER: VC’s Travis Lanham

Stan Lee stood by the belief that every comic is somebody’s first comic. This simple philosophy was adopted to help shape the stories in such a fashion that a reader could pick up any book and just dive in with minimal hiccups. Most times it is a quick paragraph or two prefacing the story. Others, you get a talent like Gerry Duggan who drops you in the middle of the fray and fills the mouths of his characters with good old fashioned battlefield smack talk to prime the pumps. Case in point: Conan the Barbarian (yeah, that Conan), Magik (the sister of X-Man Colossus), the Black Knight (a sometimes-Avenger with way too much history to unpack here), and Juggernaut are sent to battle an Asgardian dragon in hopes of retrieving an Eye of Agamotto from him.

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