Avengers #19



Comic series


Release date

September 11, 2013
4 out of 5
Leinil Francis Yu is just awesome in this issue, as always. All the different aliens and space shots are very cool. I think the only thing that stuck out like a sore thumb was when the female Gardener kinda of caressed a tied up Ms. Marvel in a sexual manner that just didn’t make sense. Other than that the issue was really good.
4.5 out of 5 stars
I really did enjoy this issue, and I’m happy that it’s only a week until the next two parts are published. If you are reading Infinity but not Avengers or New Avengers then I highly implore you to pick up these tie-ins because they’re much more essential than they’re advertised as.
4 out of 5 stars
Infinity is incredibly interesting and with the story sweeping several titles, there is time to take a little piece of the story and run with it. This issue isn’t perfect, but the political intrigue and characterization (aside from Carol Danvers) are enough to warrant reading it. I’m not kidding. Captain America needs to knock J-Son out.
Grade: B+
There may be some rough and questionable spots in Yu’s art, but the colorization, the focus on the Avengers, the Builders and the Galactic Council makes this issue a very satisfying read nonetheless, which really enhance the whole picture that is Infinity.
7.2 out of 10
Even though it sounds like I was a bit harsh on “Avengers” #19, it’s still a pretty good book. While it’s not nearly as strong as some of the other components of Infinity, it’s still an incredibly solid book on its own.
7.8 out of 10 (Good)
This Avengers issue focuses half on Captain Marvel’s captured team and half on the remaining members struggling to come up with a way to win, and even though this is a dialogue-heavy installment, it’s nonetheless exciting and tense because the stakes are as high as can be.