Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird

Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird



10 thoughts on “Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird

  1. Lono Lono says:

    In preparation for Ales Kot’s run on Secret Avengers I thought I should pick up the last volume of Nick Spenser’s run since Ales co wrote the issues collected It shows Kot’s uirky fingerprints are all over this bitchThis volume seems like something of a lead in for Ales’ 3 volume stint on the team It puts most of the pieces in place so he can hit the ground running with Secret Avengers Vol 1 Let’s Have a Problem Really loved MODOK’s introduction in this one The back and forth between him and Maria Hill was ridiculous throughout I think Ales does a really good job of riding the line between cornball and serious with this book That’s tough to pull off for anyone in my opinion Taskmaster’s also good for a few laughs Hawkeye Nick Fury Sam Jackson Fury that is and Black Widow are all pretty much by the numbers I think I prefer Nick as an agent as opposed to the SHIELD director Hawkeye’s true to form and appears to be taken right from his own current super popular solo title Most of the book as the title implies focuses on Mockingbird Not a fan of hers but the rest of the ensemble cast gets enough face time while taking on AIM to make up for itThe art was decent Never a fan of Butch Guice or Luke Ross Not my brand But whatever it certainly didn’t suckThis collection along with Anne and Chris’ reviews of the first book is pretty much a guarantee that Ales' 3 volume run on the Secret Avengers that follows this is gonna kick some ass I’d say pick up this book if you’re plannin’ on reading those collections It doesn’t seem like you need to read Spenser’s 2 previous volumes to get the idea as to what’s going on here I didn’t and it’s a good preface to Kot’s take on the team Now I’m even fuckin’ stoked to keep on with this title Bring itGet this review and at


  2. Terence Terence says:

    Mockingbird is trapped on AIM island posing as a scientistMODOK is trying to join SHIELDand the Secret Avengers are trying to escape with their livesAll part of a day's work as an Agent of SHIELDI don't want to recap this volume because all of my prior disappointments remain This entire series was just subpar It was like watching someone use smartphone as a hammer I guess you can hammer nails like that but I wouldn't I'm done reading the series so I'm relieved It was like Heroes from season 2 on I kept waiting for it to get better but it just couldn't or wouldn't25 out of 5 stars


  3. Anthony Anthony says:

    This was really good A well written spy story in the Marvel Universe with a few twists and villains you don't see much of This is also the best work from Butch Guice I've ever seen improved on by Matt Wilsons colours Secret Avengers was a Marvel NOW book I wasn't initially interested in but it turned out to be one of the consistently good titles


  4. Lono Lono says:

    In preparation for Ales Kot’s run on Secret Avengers I thought I should pick up the last volume of Nick Spenser’s run since Ales co wrote the issues collected It shows Kot’s uirky fingerprints are all over this bitch This volume seems like something of a lead in for Ales’ 3 volume stint on the team It puts most of the pieces in place so he can hit the ground running with Secret Avengers Vol 1 Let’s Have a Problem Really loved MODOK’s introduction in this one The back and forth between him and Maria Hill was ridiculous throughout I think Ales does a really good job of riding the line between cornball and serious with this book That’s tough to pull off for anyone in my opinion Taskmaster’s also good for a few laughs Hawkeye Nick Fury Sam Jackson Fury that is and Black Widow are all pretty much by the numbers I think I prefer Nick as an agent as opposed to the SHIELD director Hawkeye’s true to form and appears to be taken right from his own current super popular solo title Most of the book as the title implies focuses on Mockingbird Not a fan of hers but the rest of the ensemble cast gets enough face time while taking on AIM to make up for it The art was decent Never a fan of Butch Guice or Luke Ross Not my brand But whatever it certainly didn’t suck This collection along with Anne and Chris’ reviews of the first book is pretty much a guarantee that Ales' 3 volume run on the Secret Avengers that follows this is gonna kick some ass I’d say pick up this book if you’re plannin’ on reading those collections It doesn’t seem like you need to read Spenser’s 2 previous volumes to get the idea as to what’s going on here I didn’t and it’s a good preface to Kot’s take on the team Now I’m even fuckin’ stoked to keep on with this title Bring itGet this review and at


  5. Sesana Sesana says:

    A really entertaining and well written spy story in the heart of the Marvel universe This has been a really good series much better than I had thought it would be


  6. Matt Matt says:

    Collects Secret Avengers 2012 issues #12 16This is a great finale to Nick Spencer's run on Secret Avengers I actually think this is the best of the three volumes The story revolved around Mockingbird but also featured Hawkeye Black Widow Nick Fury Jr Maria Hill and MODOKIt's another huge battle with AIM and there were so many twists and turns that I'm not 100% sure what happened in every scene This is one of the better spy books that I've read full of some fun political intrigue backstabbing double agents and sleeper agents From all indications this book ends in a way that directly sets up the new run on Secret Avengers written by Ales Klot who was also credited as writing this script with Nick Spencer THE SMALLEST OF SPOILERS BELOWThe epilogue to this collection was one of my favorite parts of the book Without spoiling who was involved three Marvel heroes previously unconnected as far as I know other than the fact that they have all worked for SHIELD at some point come together and we find out that they now consider themselves free agents It is as if they are forming a new groupthe Secret Secret Avengers credit to my friend Daniel Butcher for coming up with this name for the new group


  7. Chris Lemmerman Chris Lemmerman says:

    Nick Spencer's Secret Avengers has been excellent throughout and this final volume brings their adventures on AIM Island to a spectacular close The wheels within wheels that Spencer has been spinning all come crashing down with betrayals double crosses and plot twists aplenty packed into the five final issues of the series It's a shame that the most important plot points will likely be forgotten such as the final fate of Mockingbird Winter Soldier and Daisy Johnson but it does seem that MODOK's new status uo is continuing into the next incarnation of this series The art is superb from both Guice and Ross the pair have tag teamed very well across this series and whilst it's a shame to see it go it does come to a satisfying conclusion


  8. Shannon Appelcline Shannon Appelcline says:

    To a certain extent I feel like this comic outstayed its welcome Spending 16 issues on a single pretty tight storyline was overkill and it was obvious by this volume that what there was to say had already been said There were still nice moments of humor in this volume and the occasional surprise but it wasn't enough to make it very memorableDespite that this version of Secret Avengers also managed to have an overly abrupt ending It just stopped Overall Marvel's constant reinvention of Secret Avengers has gotten tiresome Of all the writing teams on it only Remender has had the opportunity to tell a really complete story and even that was a short run I'm not sure I'm ready to give it another try when Marvel has failed at the comic so often


  9. Christopher Christopher says:

    Well I can't speak as a first hand witness but it seems like Kot was brought in to tie up some very very loose disconnected ends Thankfully he succeeded admirably bringing a long overdue sense of humor to the proceedings as well as sense of adventure in terms of writing and not feeling like there's a delicate plot that's in danger of being upset


  10. Villain E Villain E says:

    On the one hand this was a lot fun than the previous volumes On the other hand it was complete nonsense There's double crosses and double double crosses Characters get shot and killed but don't actually die Everybody's manipulating everybody And MODOK wants ice creamThe art felt better even though these are the same artists The tired old MODOK looks amazing Taskmaster gets some great facial expressions even though he's wearing a mask Really I think the writing was better There's some humor There are some really well staged scenes It was a fun read But it ends with a feeling of what just happened?


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Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird ❮Download❯ ➼ Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird Author Nick Spencer – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Mockingbird is undercover infiltrating Advanced Idea Mechanicsbut as her deception crumbles can she escape before the High Council of AIM discovers her true identity As Maria Hill gets a mind bending Mockingbird is undercover infiltrating Advanced Volume 3: MOBI ó Idea Mechanicsbut as her deception crumbles can she escape before the High Council of AIM discovers her true identity As Maria Hill gets a mind bending offer from a rogue AIM operative that you'll probably recognize Hawkeye Black Widow and Fury plumb the organization's depths But when AIM strikes and takes out the team Taskmaster and Mockingbird must go full stealth mode as Secret Avengers, Kindle - the entire AIM Island searches for them As AIM's secrets are spilled Forson's wild card is revealed a traitor at the heart of the group comes to lightand Mockingbird faces a crossroads that threatens to tear her apartCollecting Secret Avengers .