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

Nick Spencer Ales Kot Luke Ross Jackson Butch Guice

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

Secret Avengers Volume How to MA I M a Mockingbird Mockingbird is undercover infiltrating Advanced Idea Mechanicsbut as her deception crumbles can she escape before the High Council of A discovers her true identity As Maria Hill gets a mind bending

  • Title: Secret Avengers, Volume 3: How to MA.I.M. a Mockingbird
  • Author: Nick Spencer Ales Kot Luke Ross Jackson Butch Guice
  • ISBN: 9780785184829
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mockingbird is undercover, infiltrating Advanced Idea Mechanicsbut as her deception crumbles, can she escape before the High Council of A discovers her true identity As Maria Hill gets a mind bending offer from a rogue A.I.M operative that you ll probably recognize, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Fury plumb the organization s depths But when A.I.M strikes and takes ouMockingbird is undercover, infiltrating Advanced Idea Mechanicsbut as her deception crumbles, can she escape before the High Council of A discovers her true identity As Maria Hill gets a mind bending offer from a rogue A.I.M operative that you ll probably recognize, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Fury plumb the organization s depths But when A.I.M strikes and takes out the team, Taskmaster and Mockingbird must go full stealth mode as the entire A.I.M Island searches for them As A.I.M s secrets are spilled, Forson s wild card is revealed, a traitor at the heart of the group comes to lightd Mockingbird faces a crossroads that threatens to tear her apart.Collecting Secret Avengers 12 16

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

    1. Lono on said:

      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 quirky 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 fort [...]

    2. Terence on said:

      Mockingbird is trapped on AIM island posing as a scientist,MODOK is trying to join SHIELD,and the Secret Avengers are trying to escape with their lives.All part of a day's work as an Agent of SHIELD.I 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 hammerI 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 se [...]

    3. Anthony on said:

      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 more 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 more consistently good titles.

    4. Lono on said:

      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 quirky 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 fort [...]

    5. Sesana on said:

      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 on said:

      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 M.O.D.O.K.It's another huge battle with A.I.M 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 intrig [...]

    7. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      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 memorable.Despite that, this version of Secret Avengers also managed to have an overly abrupt ending. It just stopped. Overall, Marvel's constant reinvention o [...]

    8. Chris Lemmerman on said:

      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 tha [...]

    9. Christopher on said:

      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. Rachel on said:

      I'm so confused and worried about Bobbi. What just happened? What is the truth?

    11. B on said:

      Weird and kind of fun. It moves a little too fast and has too many moving pieces. A tighter focus would have made it shine.

    12. J'aime on said:

      This third volume of the series moves at break-neck speed. Plot threads are untangled at the same time new threads are woven and there is non-stop action. Mockingbird is discovered by AIM, but she may not be who anyone thinks she is. MODOK surrenders to Maria Hill in a bid to exchange information for the chance to develop stuff for SHIELD (and his own personal agenda, no doubt). Various teams are sent to AIM installations that turn out to be traps. And Daisy is working with the Winter Soldier?! [...]

    13. Kelsey on said:

      In all fairness to this book, it *is* volume 3, and presumably some shit went down in volumes 1 and 2. I really just picked it up because I've been wanting to read Ales Kot's Secret Avengers run since I enjoyed his short stint on the Suicide Squad, and he co-wrote this volume in preparation for his run. And it was on sale at my local store, $3, hard to beat that.However, I really had no idea what was going on this entire book, especially with Bobbi. The quippy dialogue was fun, especially with M [...]

    14. Alex Sarll on said:

      Read out of order, thanks to the vagaries of the London library system; but before the library system got so much better with comics, that was the best result you were likely to get for a series you weren't buying yourself, so I can't complain too much. Bridging Spencer and Kot's runs, written by both, it would have made much more sense in the days when a book could just be handed over gently, without the need for a bogus new Issue 1. Kot's mad ideas meld with the more noir tone of Spencer's run [...]

    15. Sean Kennedy on said:

      And so Secret Avengers comes to an unwieldily, over-convoluted end - and then ties things up to almost make you really care about the characters after fifteen issues of there being barely any heart in it at all.I feel that's missing from a lot of Marvel titles at the moment - and the ones that were successful are coming to premature ends, such as Hawkeye, Young Avengers and the first run of Captain Marvel. I'm looking forward to Black Widow, Rocket Raccoon and Ms. Marvel but overall Marvel seems [...]

    16. Anchorpete on said:

      I am not sure why the average rating of this book is a 3.6. I think this book is a real gem. I am not really sure what the hell happened with Mockingbird, Task Master or Mentallo, but besides that ambiguous ending, which led to a lot of confusion, I think the book was excellent. All of the Modok stuff was great.

    17. Silas on said:

      This volume is not terribly clear due to its sloppy art style and convoluted plot. It had decent action scenes, but the characters felt a bit off throughout, and I guess they were trying to set up something with Mockingbird then had the series end abruptly. Overall, this was an okay volume, but not exceptional in any way.

    18. Mitchell on said:

      I liked all 3 volumes and Secret War. But this volume wasn't nearly as good. It was too subtle, too confusing. It just wasn't absolutely clear who was actually controlling the mission. Or how many missions there were. And with Mockingbird supposed to show up on Agents of SHIELD, I wonder if we are going to see some of Secret War as well.

    19. Patrick on said:

      The artwork is good, but has a slightly 'off' taste to it, The storyline is a bit hard to accept (Mockingbird deep undercover and apparently hypnotized . The rogue A.I.M. agent who comes to Maria(S.H.I.E.L.D

    20. Shelley on said:

      I like all the characters, but the story just got more incomprehensible the more it went on. The epilogue had promise. Secret secret Avengers, ahoy.

    21. Christopher on said:

      Everything featuring Maria Hill and M.O.D.O.K. is golden ("M.O.D.O.K. enjoys ice cream."), but outside of that, the book is a bit of a muddled slog. The art is uniformly nice, though.

    22. John on said:

      Finally rose above the secret spies genre, with some smart misdirections in the back half, and MODOK stealing every scene he gets.

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