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Il fumetto in se, per essere un free comic book day comic, è della lunghezza classica, finito in qualche minuto. La trama è scorrevole, grafiche ottime ma ci sono stati fumetti migliori. Continuerò ogni anno a leggerli con piacere
It's Free Comic Book Day time again. Essentially a way for publishers to promote upcoming series by handing out free comics around May 5th every year so far. Like with the two I reviewed last year, Marvel released one for the Avengers and one for Spider-Man. I've started with the Avengers issue. The story is split into two parts. The first is by Jason Aaron, and continues his work on the main Avengers title he's been working on since 2018. It's a pretty engaging tease of what's to come and its obvious Aaron has long term plans for this series like he did with his work on Thor. Stefano Caselli's art brings the story together with vibrant visuals. The second part is by Gerry Duggan, introducing us to his extremely new Savage Avengers series. It too builds its mystery well but it seems from this story that the main book will be a slow build. Mike Deadato Jr. is well known for his work and his grainy noir style fits the tone of Duggan's story perfectly. I don't know if I'll have the time to read either of these series in the future but this comic got me interested. That's as good as this comic could hope to accomplish. 4/5