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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Panini Books (6 Mar. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905239238
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905239238
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 1.2 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,360,061 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dipesh Patel on 30 Aug. 2008
Format: Paperback
This is definitely a good addition to the collection, however be warned that it is not volume two! Volume two should comprise of issues #7 - 10, but this graphic novel covers issues #7-13. I bought volumes 1 through to 7 and whilst reading through them, to my disappointment i realised that although this novel covers all of volume two, it also covers the next three issues, which is part of volume three! I suggest buying "New Avengers volume 2" ASIN:B000LSBT7E.
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The best of "Secret Invasion" 8 May 2009
By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
"The New Avengers, v.9"
by Brian Michael Bendis, et. al
(Marvel Comics, 2009)
This is one of the best books in the "Secret Invasion" crossover series, with a hefty dose of gritty violence and some dark, alien psychology. Bendis' writing is notably stronger here than on the companion "Mighty Avengers" book (is he playing favorites) and the feel of this collection is more cohesive as well. Here we see the nuts-and-bolts of the Skrull campaign to replace humans with Skrull agents, including several deeply disturbing medical experiments as they perfect their technique. Some of the issues are top-quality, right up there along with the best that Bendis has done elsewhere. In one issue he tracks the underworld's reaction to the invasion (hmmm... guess I *will* have to check out the Hood, after all..) and the last episode features a break from the action as we revisit "Alias" star Jessica Jones and see her courtship with Luke Cage. As with both of the rebooted Avengers titles, we see very little of the team itself, amid all the uber-plot crossover stuff: will these books ever show the teams in action again, or will they always be part of some grand scheme? Anyway, this is one of the best SI books so far... It's gettin' mighty Skrully, for sure! (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain book reviews)
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The Invasion heats up 15 Jan. 2009
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
With Secret Invasion in full-swing, writer Brian Michael Bendis continues to spin some side-stories and back-stories in the New Avengers and Mighty Avengers titles. Be warned that spoilers are ahead here. The second collected hardcover volume of the Secret Invasion-laced New Avengers tells the stories of the origin of the Captain America-guised Skrull that the heroes and Ka-Zar encounter in the Savage Land. The book gets even better as we see how the Skrulls perfected their technology of disguising themselves in the wake of the battle with the Illuminati, followed by a very interesting look at just what happened to the Skrull Queen/Spider-Woman during the House of M event, and just how the massive universe shattering Annihilation saga played into the events happening afterward. The book ends with would-be crime boss The Hood discovering the origin of his demonic powers as the villains decide who's side to take, and there's even more tragedy to befall star-crossed lovers Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. There's great artwork throughout from Jim Cheung, Billy Tan, and Michael Gaydos, while Bendis continues to illustrate just how long he's had Secret Invasion waiting in the wings as nearly everything he's done since taking over the Avengers books has been pointing to the cataclysmic events in the main Secret Invasion mini. All in all, the varying New Avengers and Mighty Avengers Secret Invasion tie-in hardcovers are definitely worth your time if you've been enjoying Secret Invasion, which in itself is a nice change of pace considering how many tie-in's to past Marvel events fell way low of the mark.
Tired of Secret Invasion 29 Dec. 2014
By zombie phreak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I followed the Secret Invasion storyline back when it came out a while back, but honestly I'm tired of the side stories. This comic has very little of the Avengers in it, or the so-called New Avengers. It has Luke Cage being a new father and being kinda scared of his new baby, and it has the Skrulls showing their side and history of the Secret Invasion.

I've used this analogy before, but I'll use it here again, I don't want to read about Secret Invasion from the Skrulls' POV anymore than I want to read Jurassic Park from the POV of the T-Rex.

The stories in this comic are just boring and repetitive and honestly it feels like Bendis was just reaching with this comic and was just throwing things against the wall to see what would stick. And did this stick? Not really. The only good parts were the ones with Luke Cage fighting the SHIELD agents and the fake Captain America fighting with Spidey and crew in the Savage Land.

I just can't really recommend this comic. I think it's time that I leave Secret Invasion in the past and move on to other storylines.
It is a good story though if you enjoyed the main Secret Invasion ... 9 July 2014
By Ben Martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Be warned: This collection doesn't actually feature many Avengers for about half the book, new or otherwise. It is a good story though if you enjoyed the main Secret Invasion story and want a more complete background on how the Skrulls infiltrated Earth. It also has a great chapter in which we see the Skrulls' reaction to the House of M, which I thought was a great touch, since the main story revealed Skrulls had been here for a while, and it made sense to see them reacting to events we had already seen from a more straightforward view.

That makes up about half of this collection. The rest are pieces best read alongside the main story, as they pick up in the middle of other scenes taking place in the main collection.

This was easily better than Book 1, simply because it at least told a continuous story for much of the volume. Definitely pick this up if you liked Secret Invasion.
Best of the Secret Invasion tie ins 5 Jun. 2014
By Frank Provo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Secret Invasion was a neat idea but let's face it: cohesion is not the arc's strong suit. New Avengers Vols 8 and 9 are just as choppy as the main Secret Invasion book, but they're also the two best tie-ins and arguably better than the main book itself (which you still need to read to know WTF is going on). We get to see Luke Cage and Jessica Jones arguing, we're given the details on Spider-Woman's triple-agent status, and holy shnikes the skinny on how the Skrulls managed to hide in plain sight is freaky disturbing... and awesome. Bendis' writing is better here than in the main book and ultimately elevates the overall arc from "eh" status to "pretty good."
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