- Series: Secret Invasion
- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (March 18, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785131760
- ISBN-13: 978-0785131762
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 0.5 x 10.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,201,125 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Secret Invasion: New Warriors (v. 3) Paperback – March 18, 2009
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Despite the volume's title, Kevin Grevioux's story has almost nothing to do with Marvel's Secret Invasion crossover. Civil War fans, however, may appreciate the first two issues as they involve the recovery and burial of the deceased New Warriors' bodies. The majority of this book, however, revolves around a competent but highly predictable time travel story, in which the New Warriors must escape from a future dystopia ruled by Iron Man. There's nothing particularly bad about the writing--though X-Fans will almost certainly object to Grevioux's take on former mutants like Beak and Jubilee. But it's not particularly good either. As for the art, Koi Turnbull's pencils for the first few issues are fun, if occasionally a little crowded. Reilly Brown and Casey Jones's pencils for the remaining issues, on the other hand, are fairly unremarkable.
Unless you're an obsessive Secret Invasion or New Warriors fan, you're better off skipping this collection. Those looking for good post-Civil-War stories involving the original New Warriors will find better stuff in Avengers: The Initiative, Vol. 1: Basic Training (v. 1),Avengers: The Initiative, Vol. 2: Killed in Action (v. 2), and the rest of the Initiative series.
The art was better than the last volume but the story like volumes 1 &2 leave little to be desired.
If you don't know by now this group of New Warriors are actually depowered mutants formerly associated with the X-Men who lost their powers after M-Day. Jubilee is Night Thrasher's second in command and the rest of the depowered mutants are as follows: Chamber, Stacy X, Phaser, Beak, Angel, Tattoo and Redneck.
Although Kevin Grevioux let me down with this series, I'm still a fan of his work
I collected this ebtire series. I really dig it, a bunch of depowered mutants finally finding a place since the events of Decimation and trying to live without powers but still being heroes in the process; also Donyell Taylor trying to live up, and get back, his brother Dwayne.
So the Warriors are hanging out and BAM some Skrulls start invading Earth. Thrash takes this opportunity to go find out if his brother if actually still alive and the body that was destroyed in Stamford is indeed his real brother. But when he goes to his bro's grave the members of the original New Warriors are there to confront him and see if he is the Skrull. A throwdown ensues between the new guard and the old boys. Then in the final arc the Warriors travel forward through time to an America where Iron Man is totally in charge. So Thrash's new mission is to kill Tony Stark, but things are not quite what it seems.
Trust me, this is a cool read. I like the art. The stories aren;t the best you can find but comics are for entertainment, and this is entertaining. So read and enjoy.