The Avengers Get In On The Time Travelling Antics In Our First Look At AVENGERS #25
What’s good for the X-Men is good enough for The Avengers? The first unlettered preview pages for Jonathan Hickman‘s Avengers #25 has hit, and it has some pretty interesting words to accompany it. First of all, it appears that the original Avengers will be making the trip through time to face off against their present counterparts. Editor Tom Brevoort seems to be trolling us when he says “That whole All-New X-Men thing with the X-Men from the past has been working out pretty well for Brian Bendis, so we thought we’d jump on the bandwagon. Hence, the All-New Avengers! Sounds like the sort of thing that we’d do, doesn’t it?” Nothing is ever simple or straightforward with Hickman, so we can probably expect a big twist with these ‘past‘ Avengers coming to the present. The issue features art by Salvador Larroca and will hit shops January 22nd. What do you think? Are these the honest to goodness past Avengers in the present, or do you expect a twist or two?
They have come from a different place and time – and today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look at AVENGERS #25, from blockbuster creators Jonathan Hickman and Salvador Larroca. United against threats no single super hero could withstand – the Avengers have faced dangers unlike any other. But what happens when the danger is themselves? From the splintered fringes of time comes….the Avengers?! And the heroes of the past must face the horrors their present has wrought.
“After wrapping up INFINITY, Jonathan and I were pretty tired. Too tired to come up with anything new,” says Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. “That whole All-New X-Men thing with the X-Men from the past has been working out pretty well for Brian Bendis, so we thought we’d jump on the bandwagon. Hence, the All-New Avengers! Sounds like the sort of thing that we’d do, doesn’t it?”
Past and present collide this January in AVENGERS #25. But when the dust settles, will there be a present worth fighting for? Not everyone makes it out alive!
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