West Coast Avengers, Vol. 1: Best Coast by Kelly ThompsonThe Avengers go West once again - but these aint your daddys Whackos! A bold new era begins for the mightiest heroes to ever live on the Pacifi c Coast. That means Hawkeye (your favorite one, Kate Bishop)! Hawkeye (the other one, Clint Barton)! America Chavez! Kid Omega! Gwenpool! And a guy named Fuse! Wait, what? Thats right, these are the new West Coast Avengers. And you better hope they can figure out how to save the world, and fast -because big things are headed for their part of the planet! Including the attack of the 50-foot werewoman - better known as original WCA member Tigra! The West Coast Avengers are back, and youre going to love what comes next!
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In fact, that first page with the lipstick business would ultimately prove to be consistent with the overall style the old book developed as it charted a course in a separate direction from its parent title, The Avengers back on the East Coast. See, West Coast Avengers 1 was essentially a soap opera that just happened to guest star Ultron 12 and his henchmen, Man-Ape and Goliath. Writer Steve Engelhart spent most of the issue following personal drama rather than focusing on action. These motivations reverberated throughout the issue, coming up repeatedly in both private moments and group scenes. Artists Allen Milgrom, Joe Sinnot, and Petra Scotese complemented this soap opera scripting with superb rendering of the characters.
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Marvel continues to roll out a large number of niche titles. West Coast Avengers 1 is yet another niche title looking for an audience.
Written by Kelly Thompson, drawn by Stefano Caselli, colored by Triona Farrell, and lettered by Joe Caramagna, this comic is filled with the type of thing that makes comics so fun and entertaining. Thompson sets up readers with a reality TV-style introduction and moves forward from there to show that the West Coast needs a team of heroes banded together to fight. Fuse is given a heroic debut in this comic, and Quentin Quite Kid Omega comes along later in the issue, to stir the pot in the way only Quentin Quire can. Through her characters, Thompson identifies the need for the team and propels them into purpose. Hawkeye Kate and Fuse giving the reader side eyes as things get goofy, the nascent team attacking pizza as they debrief after said land shark attack, and the range of expressions each character displays during their reality interviews is simply wonderful. Some of these things would be out of place in the core Avengers title, but here, as this team is forming and storming, these things are welcome.
The West Coast Avengers is a fictional group of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. It was the first spin-off publication for the Avengers. The West Coast Avengers first appear in a four-issue limited series published from September to December It was the first spin-off series for the Avengers. The series was renamed Avengers West Coast on the cover of issue 47 August and in the indicia in issue 48 September The second series was accompanied by eight annuals published from to