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This is mainly an Marvel Comics/movies + Lord of the Rings art blog with a slight smattering of Game of Thrones, Parks and Recreation, Community and more.

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I have read it, and thoroughly enjoyed it! Jen Van Meter is one of my favorite writers these days, check out her Iron Age for some fantastic Tony Stark Time Travel Shenanigans.
Avengers Solo is a great book, imo, but it’s not without its flaws. The story does get a little heavy, and I think it might have been better expanded beyond four issues. But as criticism goes, this is very minor when compared to the beautiful art (Roger Robinson), the solid character and the supporting cast that I would love to see more of.
It’s also a good example of the lengths Clint will go to in order to protect his teammates from the shadier sides of things. There’s a great quote about Bucky Barnes, which describes him as the man that kept Captain America’s image one of wholesomeness and fighting the good fight. Bucky was the one who did the dirty jobs that Steve couldn’t be seen doing. Avengers Solo is a good example of Clint filling that role as well.
If you can get the single issues, DO! Just for the Clint-In-Compromising-Position covers. But if you can’t do that, it’s since been collected in a nice little hardcover.
(BONUS. Avengers Solo featured a support story from Avengers Academy, which was loads of fun and a great companion. IIRC, this is in the singles as well as the collected.)

I have read it, and thoroughly enjoyed it! Jen Van Meter is one of my favorite writers these days, check out her Iron Age for some fantastic Tony Stark Time Travel Shenanigans.

Avengers Solo is a great book, imo, but it’s not without its flaws. The story does get a little heavy, and I think it might have been better expanded beyond four issues. But as criticism goes, this is very minor when compared to the beautiful art (Roger Robinson), the solid character and the supporting cast that I would love to see more of.

It’s also a good example of the lengths Clint will go to in order to protect his teammates from the shadier sides of things. There’s a great quote about Bucky Barnes, which describes him as the man that kept Captain America’s image one of wholesomeness and fighting the good fight. Bucky was the one who did the dirty jobs that Steve couldn’t be seen doing. Avengers Solo is a good example of Clint filling that role as well.

If you can get the single issues, DO! Just for the Clint-In-Compromising-Position covers. But if you can’t do that, it’s since been collected in a nice little hardcover.

(BONUS. Avengers Solo featured a support story from Avengers Academy, which was loads of fun and a great companion. IIRC, this is in the singles as well as the collected.)