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Avengers vs. X-Men [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Brian Michael Bendis , Jason Aaron , Ed Brubaker , Jonathan Hickman , Matt Fraction , Frank Cho , John Romita
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21. November 2012 Avengers Vs X-Men
The Avengers and the X-Men - the two most popular super-hero teams in history - go to war! This landmark pop-culture event brings together Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Magneto and more in the story that changes them forever! And in AVX: Vs., experience the larger-than-life battles too big for any other comic to contain! Iron Man vs. Magneto! Spider-Man vs. Colossus! Captain America vs. Gambit! And more! Plus: For the first time ever in print, Marvel's groundbreaking Infinite Comics are collected, revealing key events through the eyes of Marvel's major players. It's Marvel's biggest event ever - but will the Avengers or the X-Men emerge triumphant? Collecting Avengers vs. X-Men 0-12, Point One (AVX story), AVX: VS 1-6, Avengers vs. X-Men: Infinite 1, 6, 10. Each collection includes a code for a free digital copy available exclusively through the Marvel Comics App!

"4 Stars (out of 4)" - CBR
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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 568 Seiten
  • Verlag: Marvel; Auflage: Har/Psc Lt (21. November 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Action geladenes Superhelden Epos!! 16. Juli 2013
Von R. Becker
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Großer MARVEL fan, seit ich alt genug bin zu lesen und die X-MEN & the Avengers waren schon immer meine liebsten Superhelden Teams. Jedoch, als ich von diesem Sequel hörte, konnte ich mir bei besten Willen nicht vorstellen, was der Auslöser dafür hätte sein können:

Story
Der Phönix kehrt zurück! Die gleiche unheilvolle Macht die einst von Jean Grey besitzt ergriffen hat kommt erneut Richtung Erde. Während Scott und die anderen X-Men die Chance sehen ihre stark dezimierte Rasse zu erhalten befürchten The Avengers Zerstörung in ungeahntem Ausmaß. Natürlich versuchen beide Parteien zuzugreifen.
Die in die Enge getriebenen X-Men sehen keinen anderen Ausweg als zu kämpfen doch auch The Avengers weichen nicht von ihrem Kurs ab. Die Kosequenz: Krieg!

Sehr gutes Spektakel, wobei die Dialoge ein kleines bisschen kurz kommen. Der innere Konflikt und die Handlungen der Charaktere ist (wenn auch dumm und engstirnig) nachvollziehbar. Ich war die ganze Zeit am mitfiebern und ganz ehrlich: es ist von Anfang bis Ende das pure Spektakel.

Habe es mir im nicht Hardcover bestellt, weil ich momentan etwas knapp mit dem Geld bin und ärger mich ziemlich. Für mich als Fan hätten sich 20 euro mehr, sicher gelohnt.

Dieses Sequel leitet die MARVEL Now! Ära mit einem gewaltigen Knall ein
Wer noch nicht A VS X: Kosequenzen & The Uncanny Avengers gekauft hat: Sofort nachholen.

Der Band ist übrigens komplett auf Englisch, was ihn für mich nur noch begehrenswerter machte.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Ambitioniertes Event ohne die Klasse von Civil War 16. Januar 2013
Von D. Suess
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Avengers vs X-Men hatte durchaus das Potential die Klasse von Civil War zu erreichen. Allerdings wird der Leser meiner Meinung nach zu sehr in das Lager einer Seite gedrängt. Deshalb gibt es von mir nur 3 Sterne, da doch noch viel Luft nach oben frei ist. Obwohl das Event doch wesentlich besser ist als Secret Invasion oder Siege.

Wer aber die Story aufmerksam liest, wird eventuell zum gleichen Fazit kommen wie ich. Eine gute Kommunikation kann viele Konflikte schon im Keim ersticken, allerdings würden wir dann natürlich nicht solche spektakulären Kämpfe zwischen den beiden mächtigsten Teams des Marvel-Universums zu sehen bekommen :D

Zum Schluss noch einige Worte zur Hardcover Edition. Ein wirklich schönes Teil, dass sich in jeder Comicsammlung schön einfügt. Der Inhalt ist zum Verständnis des Events vollkommen ausreichend. Man bekommt die komplette 13-teilige Mini-Serie und die VS-Ausgaben in denen man sich nochmal den einzelnen Kämpfen widmet. Dazu gibt es noch einen Code für die Digital-Ausgabe. Also kann man sich sofern man die Marvel-App auf seinem Smartphone oder Tablet hat, die komplette Story nochmal digital runterladen.
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absolut hammergeil! unbedingt lesen! ich kann dieses limietierte teil nur jedem marvel fan wärmstens ans herz legen, englisch sollte man einigermaßen können.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Could Have Been Epic... 8. November 2012
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* * * INTRO * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Avengers Vs X-Men is the culmination of a long and intricate Marvel macro-saga that started in the year 2004 with Avengers Disassembled and continued with House Of M, Messiah Complex, Second Coming and The Children's Crusade (and pretty much every other Marvel event from Civil War to Schism, though those mentioned before are the most relevant ones to AVX, as they deal directly with the Scarlet Witch and Hope). But AVX not only is the culmination of an entire age of Marvel events, it also sets the stage for a new era of storylines that start with the "Marvel NOW!" initiative.

* * * CONTENTS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
This volume includes:

- Avengers Vs. X-Men #0 to 12 - This is the main series, where pretty much everything happens.

- AVX: VS #1 to 6 - Each issue of this series features two 10-pages long short stories "expanding" fight scenes from the main series. Nothing really relevant happens here, it's only fight scenes, some of them pretty good, but others a little weak and irrelevant.

- Avengers Vs X-Men: Infinite Comics #1, 6 and 10 - Now for the first time in print, this issues were originaly released only in digital form, serving as prologues to issues #1, 6 and 10 of the main series respectively, as those are turning points in the story. (NOTE: These three issues are the only ones ever created for the Infinite Comics series, don't mind the interrupted numbering, issues #2, 3, 4, etc, DON'T EXIST)

- Point One - A 7-pages short story introducing the new Nova character for the first time. This story acts as a prologue to the AVX series. Point One originally featured seven different short-stories, but only this one is printed here, as the rest of them are not related to the AVX event.

IMPORTANT NOTE: AVX had a lot of tie-ins running in other ongoing series, such as Avengers, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine & The X-Men. Those tie-in issues are NOT INCLUDED in this volume. Don't worry, they are not really necessary to understand the story, as most of them rather focus on characters and situations of those specific ongoing series.

* * * ABOUT THE STORY * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
I'll try to be as objective and spoiler-free as I can. This event is written by Brian Bendis, Jason Aaron, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction and Jonathan Hickman. All of them plotted the whole series and then each of them wrote the script for 2 (or 3, in some cases) individual issues. The Infinite Comics issues are written by Mark Waid with Ives Bigerel, and the short stories from AVX VS feature Jason Aaron, Matt Fraction, Kieron Gillen, Rick Remender, Jeph Loeb, Christopher Yost, Kathryn Immonen, Kaare Andrews and Steve McNiven.

About Avengers Vs X-Men (main series): Issue #0 features two short stories, one focusing on the Scarlet Witch, the responsible for the near extinction of the mutant race and the other one features Hope, the first mutant to be born after the near extinction event caused by the Scarlet Witch. These two are going to be major player in the story, that's why they are introduced here. Issue #1 pretty much sets up the story: the Phoenix Force is coming to Earth and no one is safe. The X-Men lead by Cyclops think that Hope, the "Mutant Messiah", is destined to channel the Phoenix and kickstart the rebirth of the mutant race. However, the Avengers and Wolverine (who is leading his own team of X-Men) think that the arrival of the Phoenix can only mean the obliteration of our planet and want to stop it from reaching Hope. The problem comes with issues #2 to 5: they are a complete mess of inconsequentional fight after fight, which are cut in the middle of the action to then be ill-expanded in the respective AVX VS issues. This hurts the sense of narrative in a very serious way. I love action as anyone else (and expect it from this particular title), but this is completely senseless action and does no good to the book.

With issue #6 the story picks up: there's a major turning point, the writers start to put more meaning into the action and the narrative improves as well (the battles are much better accomplished and the AVX VS complements stories are well-designed to expand them without hurting the narrative so much). I won't tell what happens in issue #6, but suffice to say that the conflict between the Avengers and the X-Men escalates exponentially.

The last 3 issues of the series take the conflict to its climax, setting up the stage for a new status quo in the Marvel Universe, at least for short-term and maybe medium-term future (probably in the same way Avengers Disassembled and House Of M did a few years ago). The problem with the resolution of the story is that it becomes a bit predicatable and feels too editorially-driven. There are some shocking events nearing the end of the book, but they aren't surprising at all: maybe event after event, year after year, developed a numbing effect to this kind of shocks and nothing surprises anymore.

* * * ABOUT THE ART * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
John Romita Jr. illustrates the 5 first issues of the series, and they are the most unattractive of the whole book. I usually like (even love) Romita Jr.'s art, but in this case his pages look very rushed and uninspired. Fortunately issues 6, 7 and 11 are illustrated by Oliver Coipel, and issues 8 to 10 and 12 by Adam Kubert. Both of them do a great job, showcasing beautiful art and raising the bar of the series immediately.

Additional art in the AVX VS series and Infinite Comics feature a cast of notable artists, including: Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Adam Kubert, Steve McNiven, Leinil Yu, Salvador Larroca, Terry Dodson, Brandon Peterson, Kaare Andrews, Tom Raney, Carlo Barberi and Reilly Brown. Many of them are well-known stars and deliver high quality performances, so you won't be disappointed with their art.

* * * ABOUT THE EDITION * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
POSITIVE aspects:
+ This is an over-sized hardcover edition (with larger trim size than standard comic-books).
+ It's a high quality book, with glossy paper stock and excellent printing quality: colors are vibrant and line art is sharp.
+ Extras include 9 pages of pencil pages, sketches and designs by the main artists and a 4-pages "Scorecard" with a well-designed index of all the battles accross the book. There's also a 2-pages introduction by WWE Champion CM Punk.
+ This edition includes a code to be redeemed for a FREE Digital Copy if you use the Marvel Comics app. (Unfortunately I can't give you any insight about this feature, because I don't use the Marvel Comics app).

NEGATIVE aspects:
- This is NOT a sewn-binding book. This hardcover features a glued-binding and this causes gutter loss that prevents from fully appreciating the art in double-page spreads. The book still reads well and the binding is solid, so it will last for a very long time, but with an expensive $75 edition, one would expect the highest quality standards of the Marvel Omnibus line.
- The variant covers are NOT reproduced in full-page size, instead we get a gallery that showcases 4 variant covers per page. These covers are illustrated by some top talent artists like Jerome Opeña and Esad Ribic among many others, so they'd deserve to be printed in full size so one could appreciate the detail properly.

SPECIAL NOTE:
The issues are NOT presented in chronological order. They are printed in the following order: Point One's Nova story, Avengers Vs X-Men #0 to 12, AVX #1 to 6, Avengers Vs X-Men Infinite Comics.

* * * CONCLUSION * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Avengers Vs X-Men could have been an epic series, but in the end I can't help but feel it formulaic and flawed. I really wanted to enjoy the series and had high hopes in the star-ensemble of writers, featuring veteran Marvel architects like Bendis and Brubaker and promising newcomers like Aaron and Hickman, but in the end there's not really a lot of difference between AVX and other Marvel events like Siege or Civil War: rushed action, some out of character depictions and incidents for editorial sake. However this story has its positive aspects also: I think it sucessfuly closes a lot of loose ends and brings closure to the 9-years of continued events that Bendis inaugurated with Avengers Disassembled, while setting up a new and promising status for the Marvel Universe, for both Avengers and X-Men franchises. In the end Avengers Vs X-Men is just a "good" story: it's not bad at all, but it doesn't really excel in any aspect. It could have been epic, but it just limits itself to decently tell a story in order to set up a new stage for new stories in the Marvel Universe.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen An Average Event 8. November 2012
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To be honest this is one of the cases where I wish Amazon had a more robust rating system. I really feel this book is a solid C grade, 7 out of 10, 3.5 out of 5 stars, however you want to put it. Since I can't pick that option I have to go with the lower end of the spectrum.

Avengers vs X-Men doesn't have the most logical premise in the world, it is after all just an excuse to see the Avengers fight the X-Men. The Phoenix is returning to Earth and no one really knows what to do about it so the Avengers decide they should attack the X-Men and kidnap a girl who is the most likely host. With the Avengers decision making being as ludicrous as it is the X-Men aren't very happy about it and conflict ensues. The fighting eventually devolves into marvel characters chasing Hope across the globe, pretty standard for an X-Men event (see Messiah Complex and Second Coming). These issues are loud and fast, you get a lot of action but not much in the way of character development. If that's your thing don't get too excited because just 5 issues in Avengers vs X-Men changes things up...well somewhat.

Once the Phoenix finds its host you see an even bigger (but no less logical) divide come between the Avengers and the X-Men. The X-Men proceed to go about fixing the world's problems (whether the world likes it or not) and the Avengers continue with their strategy of attacking the X-Men based on nothing more than suspicion. From this point the X-Men are portrayed as the villains of the series though it could easily be argued every villainous action they take is a direct reaction to aggression brought on by the Avengers. These issues move a little slower (not much) and there are a few attempts at character development. We get a few surprises along the way but don't kid yourself, this is a non-stop action story plain and simple. As such the main area where the event shines is artistically, marvel brought along some of its biggest names and Coipel and Kubert really do a great job with the fight scenes. Aaron, Bendis, and Hickman all do well enough with their scripts; Spider-man's funny, Wolverine's grumpy, Cyclops isn't particularly likable, the writers know their characters unfortunately there isn't much story to be had over so many issues.

The AVX issues span the length of the event and are of widely varying quality. They first issue is probably the weakest since it appears to have been done entirely for shock value (its battles are even mocked by the far more enjoyable issue 6). But overall the quality (and pacing) is fairly consistent with the rest of the event.

In typical marvel fashion the collection department makes no effort to integrate the various "series" together. The Avengers vs X-Men issues are separated from the AVX issues and the infinite bonuses so if you want to read the stories in order, you're going to have to do the leg work on your own (marvel could have at least included a reading guide). There are also a few added bonuses at the end at least one of which is some sort of fight guide I found to be just as confusing as it looked after fully reading through it.

I've already seen complaints the 'included' digital codes are not included, that being said mine was printed plainly on the dust jacket. Of course the code expired on 11/7 and I received my book 11/8 so technically it's not valid but the codes usually remain activated for months beyond their expiration date. As a final side note there is an add for the Marvel Augmented reality app on the last page which while I understand the purpose I found to be disturbingly tacky. Minor Ads are sometimes included at the end of trades but this is the first time I've seen it on a deluxe hardcover and it just doesn't feel the same.

Bottom line, you don't get the depth of storytelling you'll find in Civil War but if you just want to see Super Heroes beating one another up this is your book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen IMPORTANT FOR PAPERBACK PURCHASERS 13. April 2013
Von Brad Y - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The paperback version of Avengers vs X-Men contains ONLY AVX 0-12 and material from Point One. Although the product information states that it also includes AVX: VS 1-6, AVX: Infinite 1, 6, and 10, and a code for a digital copy, these only come with the hardcover edition.
I purchased the paperback through preorder from Amazon Prime and received it the day of its release, like promised and it was fine, although I think Amazon should mail paperbacks with some kind of protection rather than just an envelope, but other than that, no complaints. I was disappointed that the hardcover material was not included, but for $20, more than 13 comics worth of material is still a steal especially considering the cover price of the book is $35. You'll get your money's worth purchasing the paperback, but if you want the other material you may want to invest in the hardcover.
The Infinite comics in the hardcover edition are especially interesting because they have previously only been available through the Marvel Comics app. I'm not sure how they would look in print, because the Infinite comics are designed to work more like animation than normal comics, but the stories in them may be worth reading even if the innovative format of the comics doesn't translate to print.
In regards to the AVX story, its pretty good. It seems like Marvel's most creative ideas happen outside the Marvel universe in the miniseries like Marvel Zombies or some of the other post-apocalyptic stories that take unusual turns and drastically change characters and plotlines. The writers are overly careful with the Marvel universe, however, and often reverse a lot of the impact some of the stories have, such as how major characters are always written back in to the universe (Captain America's death?). AVX is certainly better than Fear Itself, which was weird and had almost no impact at its conclusion, but AVX may not be quite as good as the Dark Reign/Siege arc which eliminated an interesting character and resolved the Asgard conflict. Though AVX certainly does not live up to the brilliant Civil War arc, it gets a lot of things right. AVX resolves the Phoenix and Mutant Messiah conflicts in decent fashion and further develops the fate of an important X-Man and the mutant/homo-sapien politics. At the end, AVX attempts to lead the Marvel universe in to a new age (Marvel NOW). Whether or not it is successful remains to be seen.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Do the End Justify the Means (or is it worth $40-$75 for this hardcover) 11. November 2012
Von Mark Treitel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The reviews for this story have been spot on, even the higher grade reviews revealed the flaws in the story. The writers of the book are some of my favorite, but this was a story where "The end justified the means", where they wanted to mix-up the teams and start fresh and worked backwards to get to that point. I no longer read individual issues, I just buy trades and hardcovers. I'm behind on the latest Avengers and X-Men, but was excited to purchase this book so that it would set up Marvel Now and the new teams. THere were 12 issues in the main story, but not much story really happened and at the end, things kind of went back to normal. I don't blame all the writers, because likely they were told to tell this story, and they did the best they could. If you want to read a more exciting divisional story, read Schism by Jason Aaron, it was the book that got me back into X-Men after a long hiatus. (I also recommend his Wolverine and X-Men). Civil War, inherently, told a better story, as those issues revolved around the choice between Order (Iron Man) and Freedom (Captain America). Here, the story involved protecting Hope Summers (and I didn't know who she was either) and the Phoenix Force. It was clear from the outset, as anyone who has ever read an X-Men book, the Phoenix Force is bad. A bunch of people die, but I can't really tell if they actually die, or they will come back. (And the big character that dies, I'm pretty sure they had already died a few times before). If you really want to read this book, I think you should purchase a chapter version when it comes in TPB, and just read Avengers v. X-Men, the versus books don't add anything. I also think you can likely read Marvel Now without reading this book at all.

Other pet peeves, lots of dialogue, not always clear on the story or location. The art was good in some places, but seemed that everything was rushing to a deadline.

Here are some nitpicks -- where was the rest of the Marvel Universe, e.g. Fantastic Four, when this story was going on?

Note to Marvel, perhaps you don't need the big stories every two years.

I still think there was a more organic way of accomplishing your story than how it was done.

So note to potential buyers, if you're buying for Amazon price of $40, I still wait for TPB. I don't think there are that many changes that you need to read this book. If you're a kid, you may like the fighting scenes more. But they X-Men have done the hero turns bad for a long time, and I thought pretty successfully with the alter reality of Age of Apocalypse and when Xavier merged with Magneto, oh yeah, and the original Dark Phoenix.

At full retail price, $75, there are so many better stories that you should buy first, many by the authors who wrote these books.

Note, upon a night's sleep, I changed my review from 2 stars to 3 stars. I think the story is average. Not horrible. I consider keeping only 4 and 5 star books. If you have unlimited space and are a completist, and have unlimited cash, then buy the hard cover edition.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen A stupid fight between X-men and Avengers 27. Juli 2013
Von Bernard Ng - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Just senseless fighting among the superheroes of Marvel. I can see this being made into a big budget movie and those that do not know the characters will like it. For those comics fan, it will show nothing of the depth of their favorite super heroes.
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