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New Avengers Volume 10: Power TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) Paperback – 11 Nov 2009

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  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; 01 edition (11 Nov. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 078513560X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785135609
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 0.6 x 25.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 419,369 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS is an award winning comics creator, New York Times bestseller, and is the current writer of All New X-Men and Uncanny X-Men, which debuted at number one on national sales charts. He is one of the premier architects of Marvel's Ultimate comics line and has won five Eisner awards, including two 'Best Writer of the year' and was honored with the prestigious Inkpot award for comic art excellence. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Having enjoyed the previous two volumes I immediately ordered this one and enjoyed it immensley. Bendis's writing is solid and Billy Tan's artwork is superb, well suited (I wish he pencilled more Marvel books and he should be the sole penciller on this title) and gives the volume a consistent feeling, at least in terms of presentation (one criticism I have of previous volumes is the varying quality [Leinil Yu - yuck!] of artwork by chopping and changing artists).

Overrall a good, well visualised story that continues on from the Secret Invasion stories (vols. 8&9), heading into Norman Osborn's Dark Reign as the New Avengers plot to take on Osborn's psycopathic Dark Avengers. Recommended if you're following the Marvel universe at the moment.
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4.0 out of 5 stars New beginnings 1 Aug. 2009
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Power, the 10th collected volume of New Avengers, finds the team going through some changes. In the aftermath of Secret Invasion, the team is re-formed, with none other than the new Captain America joining the ranks. In the meantime, we get a glimpse of Norman Osborne's team of Dark Avengers, as the Dark Reign begins to take shape in these pages. Brian Michael Bendis easily remains the best superhero writer in Marvel's stable today (with Ed Brubaker running up right behind) as he ties up some loose ends that have been around since the mid-point between House of M and Civil War, and there's great artwork to behold from frequent collaborators Billy Tan and Alex Maleev. All in all, New Avengers: Power marks a new beginning for the team and the book as a whole, and is definitely more than worth your time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Same level of great storytelling continues... 25 Oct. 2009
By J. Murray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Bendis's treatment of New Avengers and all of the intertwined books (including Mighty Avengers, Secret Invasion, Illuminati, etc.) continues to be fresh and extremely enjoyable. His ensemble dialog can range from hilarious to powefully emotional, but is never gratuitous and always adds to the story and character development. The plotlines continue to bring cool new twists and developments without getting stale and repetetive.

As for the art, the various artists have different styles and definitely each effect the mood in different ways, yet somehow it they all fit in nicely with Bendis's writing.
(One chapter is especially neat, with one or two pages written from the perspective of each of the Avengers, and drawn by the different artists currently handling those characters in other books)

Be warned that this particular book (Vol 10) is not a comprehensive story arc for new readers to jump in on, but is a worthy continuation of the afore-mentioned books. Interested readers should start with Avengers Disassembled and on to the intervening Bendis books of the past couple of years, as well as current parallel titles, to get the most out of this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awsome!!! 30 July 2009
By Amer I. Adawiya - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Finally things are starting to die down just a little bit, i mean with the Civil War, Death of Cap, and Secret Invasion is was getting kinda of too much and I was like how much more can the Avengers and the Marvel Community take!??. Being a fan of the Avengers series I must say Volume 10 was a great issue to tie up some loose ends from secret invasion and a good way to introduce Dark Avengers (Now which is a new team of Avengers ( former villains) run by Norman Osborn which i am planning to get the second it comes out and New Avengers Volume 11. Great Job Bendis!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars This isn’t the best comic you’ll ever read 26 Nov. 2014
By Bradley P. Valentine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Look. This isn’t the best comic you’ll ever read. It’s a blast. It’s just a small piece of a larger puzzle going on at the time. I still LOVED it. This part of the Skrull invasion helped get me back into comics. Winter Soldier and Bucky’s drama is what did it at the time. The thing is while it’s not action packed and nothing pivotal exactly, nothing absolutely classic, but as a character piece and an art showcase it’s FUN. It’s a page turner. It does what Bendis does so well and what Marvel allowed its writers back from around 2003 to 2009 to do a lot of all the time -- allowed its characters to naturalistically EXIST in the Marvel Universe and INTERACT with the same first world problems we suffer and deal with and not to mention the usual comic book action orgies we’re sued to. And the plots were usually pretty smart. Like almost novelist smart in terms of populist stuff like Lee Child or Barry Eisler might consider. Good, smart stuff that still delivered the pulp. These characters are still our modern day gods. But they’re also MEN and WOMEN in this period. In retrospect, I think this period could be looked back upon as a golden age somewhat like the 70s for Hollywood. Or something like that, ha. (FYI the really good writers with Marvel and DC staged a mass exodus around 2010 and all either joined or started their own creator owned labels because Marvel and DC treat their writers poorly -- they’ve never respected their writers or artists and finally those guys found themselves in a position to say ‘kiss my grits’ and walk...with a few shining examples like whatever Bendis does or stuff by Matt Fraction like Hawkeye it simply hasn’t been the same...it has been event after event, the best writers with a knack doing what the guys before them did and leaving ASAP because they aren’t getting paid, don’t own their ideas and are over edited by management).

Forgive my bad and sloppy writing. I hope you at least have an idea what I’m talking about. I’m sure many of you know all this better than I do. I’m writing this for the kids and men and women who are just finding their “in” with comics.
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best volumes in the New Avengers collection 9 July 2014
By Ben Martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I was a bit disappointed in about half of these "New Avengers" volumes after having high expectations of Bendis, but this volume really tells one of the best stories of this run. You should read Secret Invasion before reading this though, as this mostly deals with the aftermath of that event.

This was a great way to begin the "Dark Reign" era for the Avengers, in which Norman Osborne (the former Green Goblin) has his own team of Avengers under the government umbrella and the New Avengers are on the run from the law. We see the New Avengers reassembling after the events of Secret Invasion with leftover trust issues still lingering while they figure out what comes next, and at least one moment that literally made me laugh out loud when the New Avengers take a look at the roster of Osborne's Avengers when they make a TV appearance.

Most of this story deals with Luke Cage going to great lengths to get his daughter back from the Skrull who kidnapped her at the end of Secret Invasion. Coming from someone who has grown to really love the character through his appearances in the Daredevil books from Bendis and Ed Burbaker as well as New Avengers, I liked seeing this side of Cage.
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