The war with Kang is still ongoing, with the Avengers hoping to return baby Kang back to the original point in time to save their own lives. If you haven’t read the first two issues of this series then you’d probably be lost reading this issue, and it’s worth getting caught up. The many versions of Kang saves the semi-common storyline of “going back in time to stop a bad guy”, and the eye-popping action certainly doesn’t hurt.

The Avengers each get their own moment to shine, but it’s Wasp who really gets the spotlight. Vision made a big mistake, and it’s up to Wasp to rectify his mistake. We see her travel through time and, of course, succeed by the end of the issue. The positivity doesn’t stick around for long through, but we’re not sure what’s going to happen next.

The artwork? Wow. The action is complimented by impressive art and energetic colour. This feels like an old school team-up comic in the best way possible. The artwork is very precise and clinical, and it has a painted finish. We don’t want to give it a disservice by not hyping it up enough, so get and check it out for yourself!

In summary, Avengers #3 is a strong, strong instalment in this new series. It pushed the story along nicely while giving it enough attention, the characters all get treated as they deserve, and the artwork is impeccable. The secret Vision whispered the Wasp will be playing on our minds until Issue #4!

8.3 Great

The Avengers put a stop to the war against Kang the Conqueror but the drama doesn't stop there!

  • Artwork 9.5
  • Storyline 6.5
  • Characters 9

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