- that’s just plain rude
- tom brevoort you manipulative bastard
- isn’t it pretty?
Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #8 Icons Part 1
Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #8 Previews
The first 4 are in order - no idea about the rest- one of them is page 11 or something.
"Family means no one gets left behind…"
I get so excited when a new a:cc cover comes out…and then I cry when Tommy isn’t on it…
so when nine comes out, I know that someone dies in eight, and the one person who isn’t there is what I expected…and I feel like I’ve been shot in the chest.
Thomas freaking Shepherd/Maximoff/whatever we call him now.
And I know it’s him. He’s the only one not there. WHO ELSE! WHY?
Fuck you Allan Heinberg. Even though you’re on my wall of legends and you’re actually my hero, this just…i can’t even put it words how much..I-
Fuck everyone. Fuck my life.
"How do you not get that if Doom is powerful enough to have captured the Scarlet Witch, he’s not likely to be threatened by a tenth grade wizard and a guy who can run really fast? I have tried to be supportive of Billy’s connecting to his family, because god knows how much he supported me through the Kree-Skrull jamboree which was my family reunion. But do you know what’s worse that a Kree-Skrull jamboree? THE MAXIMOFF FAMILY! You people are every bit as toxic as i thought you’d be, but you’re no where near as smart. You want to sneak off to Latveria without us? Please do. The less my friends and I have to do with you —or your father — or Doctor Doom — the better. But if you somehow manage to convince my idiot boyfriend to go with you…I WILL RIP YOUR LEGS OFF! Do we understand each other Pietro?" - Teddy Altman (Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #3)
Things Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #7 Taught Me
1. Eli fucking Bradley needs to take some archery lessons from Kate.
2. I never knew how hot Victor is under that thing he wears.
3. Allan Heinberg can fix whatever Brian Michael Bendis screws up extremely well.
4. Scott = Biggest Douche. Ever.
5. Auntie Emma is the best scene in the whole thing.
6. Wanda’s cape is just perfectly awesome.
7. Tommy is perfect. Always
8. I NEED THE NEXT ONE SO BADLY!
Young Avengers - Sink or Swim
:Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #4:
Tommy is looking insanely sexy in the top panel :)
Never again in my life will I have ever freaked out on the scale I did a couple of days ago. Never ever.
All morning I was never more excited in my life, cause it Children’s Crusade, and it’s been freaking forever.
I finally got to the comic shop, but it was still closed so I stalked the place until the quite cute guy opened it, eyeing me suspiciously.
I don’t know if it was because I was a girl, or because it was 7 in the morning and I was in a Captain America hoodie, trackies, hair a complete mess and drinking coffee. I’m sure the ‘warning wild fangirl’ was all over me.
bolted like a complete fangirl walked to the stand and stood there, and I realised that it wasn’t there. I picked up Fear Itself: Home Front and X-Men Legacy to try and calm myself down as I went up the counter and asked if they had it.
The guy just looked at me and the shelf and said someone might have hidden it behind something else. He went to check and he looked behind the spot where Avengers Academy was…but it wasn’t there. And then he said that they all sold out in the first hour or so and they didn’t order enough in because of the DC Reboot.
I could tell he knew that I was going to burst into tears and started breaking shit.
Which on the inside…I was.
But it’s okay, they ordered more in a gave me a copy today. Life is okay, for now…
But DC Reboot?
Anything or anybody that gets in between me and an issue of Avengers: The Children’s Crusade…you don’t deserve to even live.
Wanda’s Cape = Awesomeness
CRUSADE #7 sparks a war between the Avengers and the X-Men over the fate of The Scarlet Witch. It also reveals the fate of the de-powered mutants, the secret origin of Wanda’s latent reality-altering powers, and the hidden truth about her involvement in “Avengers: Disassembled” and House of M. It also features the debut of a powerful new super hero in the Marvel Universe.
Issue #8 tells the story of the final, bloody battle between the Avengers, the X-Men, and X-Factor over the fate of The Scarlet Witch, whose tragic outcome will be the death of an Avenger.
Issue #9 deals with the aftermath of that death and the loss of several other heroes, as well. It sets the stage for the next big Marvel Universe event and spins the Young Avengers off in a brand-new direction." -
Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #7 Preview
: I want this so much, I’ve gone into a Children’s Crusade Coma: