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A world without Avengers! Tony Stark never built an Iron Man armor. Thor is a hard-drinking atheist who despises hammers. Wakanda is dismissed as a myth. Captain America was never found in the ice - because there were no Avengers to find him. Instead, this planet has always been protected by Earth's Mightiest Heroes: the Squadron Supreme of America! Now Hyperion, Blur, Doc A world without Avengers! Tony Stark never built an Iron Man armor. Thor is a hard-drinking atheist who despises hammers. Wakanda is dismissed as a myth. Captain America was never found in the ice - because there were no Avengers to find him. Instead, this planet has always been protected by Earth's Mightiest Heroes: the Squadron Supreme of America! Now Hyperion, Blur, Doctor Spectrum, Power Princess and Nighthawk face an attack from some of their fiercest enemies - including Dr. Juggernaut, the Black Skull, the Silver Witch, the Goblin and Thanos with his Infinity Rings. But why is Blade the vampire hunter the one man alive who seems to remember that the entire world has somehow been...reborn? And what is the Daywalker going to do about it? Collects Heroes Reborn (2021) #1-7, Heroes Return (2021) #1


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A world without Avengers! Tony Stark never built an Iron Man armor. Thor is a hard-drinking atheist who despises hammers. Wakanda is dismissed as a myth. Captain America was never found in the ice - because there were no Avengers to find him. Instead, this planet has always been protected by Earth's Mightiest Heroes: the Squadron Supreme of America! Now Hyperion, Blur, Doc A world without Avengers! Tony Stark never built an Iron Man armor. Thor is a hard-drinking atheist who despises hammers. Wakanda is dismissed as a myth. Captain America was never found in the ice - because there were no Avengers to find him. Instead, this planet has always been protected by Earth's Mightiest Heroes: the Squadron Supreme of America! Now Hyperion, Blur, Doctor Spectrum, Power Princess and Nighthawk face an attack from some of their fiercest enemies - including Dr. Juggernaut, the Black Skull, the Silver Witch, the Goblin and Thanos with his Infinity Rings. But why is Blade the vampire hunter the one man alive who seems to remember that the entire world has somehow been...reborn? And what is the Daywalker going to do about it? Collects Heroes Reborn (2021) #1-7, Heroes Return (2021) #1

30 review for Heroes Reborn: America’s Mightiest Heroes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    The story is about the Marvel reality being changed and we see glimpses into this Squadron Supreme and its members and their daily Superhero lives like Hyperion, Nighthawk, Blur, Spectrum and Zarda basically rip off of the JL and then finally stories from Marvel being altered or referenced which happened in this reality differently like Civil war and all but the main thing is these Avengers in the background who have been causing chaos and disrupting this reality. The question is who changed thi The story is about the Marvel reality being changed and we see glimpses into this Squadron Supreme and its members and their daily Superhero lives like Hyperion, Nighthawk, Blur, Spectrum and Zarda basically rip off of the JL and then finally stories from Marvel being altered or referenced which happened in this reality differently like Civil war and all but the main thing is these Avengers in the background who have been causing chaos and disrupting this reality. The question is who changed this reality? And will it be restored ever? This story was good and has seminal moments taking time to establish its characters and referencing new villainous versions of characters and its so fun to see but then the ending was sudden and the villain behind it predictable but despite it a good fight and aftermath for bigger things to come but then again this was just like another House of M event with not that big a consequence. The writing was okayish for the most part and the art with so many artists around is pretty good and manages to stay consistent and makes the writing better.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tiag⊗

    If you been reading Jason Aaron's Avengers up to this point, you know what you're gonna get, more mashup characters and over the top emotionless stories that evaporates out of your mind as soon as you close the book, but damn, how cool is that artwork by Ed McGuinness, probably the greatest of the year for me, I'm giving it an extra star because of him. If you're a fan of the Squadron Supreme, this book got you covered, otherwise I wouldn't recommend reading it. Jason Aaron spent three quarters o If you been reading Jason Aaron's Avengers up to this point, you know what you're gonna get, more mashup characters and over the top emotionless stories that evaporates out of your mind as soon as you close the book, but damn, how cool is that artwork by Ed McGuinness, probably the greatest of the year for me, I'm giving it an extra star because of him. If you're a fan of the Squadron Supreme, this book got you covered, otherwise I wouldn't recommend reading it. Jason Aaron spent three quarters of the book focusing on each member and by the time the story starts kicking in, its already over, feels rather pointless, think of it as a new House of M instead of the old Heroes Reborn storyline which has nothing to do with this anyway.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Heroes Reborn (2021) issues #1-7, Heroes Return (2021) issue #1 The concept sucked me in, and it was pretty good, but not amazing. There were lot of one-shot stories in this collection, and some of them were pretty good. Even though there were a lot of one-shots, everything is building towards the main story. Some things are never quite explained, but it was overall a fairly fun read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The world is no longer as it was, and a Mephisto-lead Squadron Supreme reigns! But one man stands against them, and he will scour the newly changed world for those he remembers as the heroes the world needs, rather than the ones that have been thrust upon it. As an event, Heroes Reborn doesn't really do very much. The majority of the actual plot takes place in the back-ups in each issue, as Blade recruits the Heroes Reborn versions of the Avengers in order to try and restore the world to the one The world is no longer as it was, and a Mephisto-lead Squadron Supreme reigns! But one man stands against them, and he will scour the newly changed world for those he remembers as the heroes the world needs, rather than the ones that have been thrust upon it. As an event, Heroes Reborn doesn't really do very much. The majority of the actual plot takes place in the back-ups in each issue, as Blade recruits the Heroes Reborn versions of the Avengers in order to try and restore the world to the one we know and love. The bulk of the story is instead one-shots that deal with the Squadron Supreme's current status quo on the Heroes Reborn world. That's not to say they're not interesting - the reimagining of their origins and the way they play into the grander scheme of things is decent, but it definitely smacks of 'why should I really care?' when we know that this world is inevitably going to revert back at the end of the story. It's something that extends out into the multiple tie-ins as well - they're all decent stories, but I wonder why we needed to spend so much real estate fleshing out a world that isn't going to have any impact on anything. It's similar to DC's recent Future State story, but the difference being that Future State has had an impact on the rest of the DC line when everything reverted back to normal. Other than Aaron's Avengers, I can't see Heroes Reborn doing anything of the sort. The artwork's nothing to complain about though. Aaron's Avengers co-conspirator Ed McGuinness pencils all the back-up stories as well as the first and last issues, while the other issues get the likes of Dale Keown, Federico Vincentini, James Stokoe, R.M. Guera, Erica D'Urso, and Aaron Kuder - almost all of these are artists that struggle with monthly books, so it's nice to see Marvel playing to their strengths. Heroes Reborn is fine, I suppose. It's inoffensive, and furthers Aaron's ongoing Avengers plotline well enough. But I question the decision to blow it up as large as it became - it really could have been just another arc of Avengers and it'd have had the same impact.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    This was real close being a two star review, which was quite surprising because it was the Aaron issues that had me leaning that way. But, the last issue was so good that it was easy to award this one extra star. While this does not end on a cliffhanger, it feels to me that Aaron is setting up some Avengers stories for later in his run. For whatever reason, and on me it was lost, Marvel recycled the Heroes Reborn title for this arc (last used when they allowed multiple creators to "reboot" FF, A This was real close being a two star review, which was quite surprising because it was the Aaron issues that had me leaning that way. But, the last issue was so good that it was easy to award this one extra star. While this does not end on a cliffhanger, it feels to me that Aaron is setting up some Avengers stories for later in his run. For whatever reason, and on me it was lost, Marvel recycled the Heroes Reborn title for this arc (last used when they allowed multiple creators to "reboot" FF, Avengers, Iron Man). What really takes place is that reality has been re-written (oh no not again!) and the Avengers and most Marvel heroes are gone. In their place is Marvel's pastiche of the JLA, the Squadron Supreme. Each Squadron member gets a spotlight issue (read as digital floppies), but in what amounts to say the last chapter and a half both the story and character work are ramped up. SPOILERS (and yeah I don't like using the hide entire review bits because you might want to read what's above). The mild surprise is Philip Coulson hooks up with Mephisto to re-write reality. The end pieces of character work made up for some of the earlier failures. Hyperion comes across more as a Superman type. When reality is restored the Squadron members are all lost to some extent, as to what are they do because their reality is now gone, except... Nighthawk, aka Batman. Aaron sets him as a villain for a later story. I don't mind that Kyle Richmond has been switched from White to Black. What I do mind is that when he was white he was a hero (most of the time) and now he's being set up to be a villain (my interpretation of the end of his part in the story). Then again how many people remember when Dr. Spectrum was first unmasked he was Black man, a government official from Uganda. Upon going from Squadron Sinister to Squadron Supreme he all of sudden became White. Just saying, Marvel you might have some issues.

  6. 4 out of 5

    David Akeroyd

    This felt less like an "event" and a really expanded "whatif" even though it will clearly have some impact on the 616-verse. Both the main storyline and the side books (I'll just review it all here) feel less like a tribute/callback to "Heroes Reborn" and more an homage to classic DC/Marvel. Which I am more than ok with. I've always liked Squadron Supreme as well so I enjoyed seeing them get more to do than they have in recent years. This felt less like an "event" and a really expanded "whatif" even though it will clearly have some impact on the 616-verse. Both the main storyline and the side books (I'll just review it all here) feel less like a tribute/callback to "Heroes Reborn" and more an homage to classic DC/Marvel. Which I am more than ok with. I've always liked Squadron Supreme as well so I enjoyed seeing them get more to do than they have in recent years.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Read as single issues. I love the idea and I love Jason Aaron bing events. (See Original Sin) But this fell a little flat for me with really the Return issue being the only one which really held conflict. And for Heavens Sake…could someone at Marvel figure out how to handle Coulson…does he even have a linking backstory at this point or like 4 random ones.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tobias Wilson

    Read this series on my phone while I had food poisoning. It was a fun marvel satire of DC comics, didn't do anything that exciting with them apart from the idea of Green Lantern as an alien-hating imperialist. Enjoyed but expected more from Aaron. Read this series on my phone while I had food poisoning. It was a fun marvel satire of DC comics, didn't do anything that exciting with them apart from the idea of Green Lantern as an alien-hating imperialist. Enjoyed but expected more from Aaron.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Miga Avalos

    This kicked ass! The best event book Marvel has put out since Secret Wars (2015).

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Naprosto zbytečná fanfikce.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Travis Mccullough

  12. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Williams

  13. 5 out of 5

    Paul Porry

  14. 4 out of 5

    Teri Uktena

  15. 4 out of 5

    Spolk

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chad Nevett

  17. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

  19. 4 out of 5

    Andreas

  20. 4 out of 5

    Andson Rebello

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fred Morlan

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nebojsa

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nikola Dencic

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Bagwell

  25. 5 out of 5

    Christophe Knebeler

  26. 5 out of 5

    C0ld

  27. 4 out of 5

    Roman

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mary Spears

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gene

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ethan Westhoff

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