Avengers #50 Changes the Marvel Comics Universe

Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: ENDGAME..L to R: Captain America (Chris Evans) in b/g Hulk (Mark Ruffalo, Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman).. Pictured: Still from the film..©Marvel Studios 2019

Marvel Comics’ Avengers will shape the future of the Avengers and the entire Marvel Universe.

Jason Aaron’s Series avengers put Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in some interesting situations.

First, Marvel’s heroes had to defeat several Celestials, resulting in their new base being actually a dead Celestial. But that was only the first series. They then fought Namor and his new crew, Phil Coulson and his Squadron Supreme, Moon Knight and Khonshu, and Vampires. This does not include their other adventure in space and the crowning of a new Phoenix.

Jason Aaron produced 50 issues. As expected, #50 was a must read because it showed us a future for the Avengers that will affect the entire Marvel Universe.

New Avengers Team

With Thor being the king of Asgard, Blade being the vampire town’s sheriff, and She-Hulk taking some time off, it’s time for some new blood on the Avengers. Luckily, new members always seem to show up when they’re needed. It was no different.

First, Jane Foster’s (aka Valkyrie) colleague was working on a deceased person who, as he put it, “wouldn’t stop talking.” It is later revealed to be a Deathlock. Later, Namor also showed up at Avengers Headquarters with a Deathlok. As he explained to T’Challa, Valkyrie also showed up with her talkative Deathlok. But while that was happening, one of the Deathloks disappeared along with Robbie Reyes.

Lisa M. Horner