G L A Misassembled Great Lakes Avengers They are the Great Lake Avengers the guys who got the shortest end of the super hero stick But with the real Avengers disassembled they re going to try to step up to the plate and deal with one of t

  • Title: G.L.A.: Misassembled (Great Lakes Avengers)
  • Author: Dan Slott Rick Magyar
  • ISBN: 9780785116219
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • They are the Great Lake Avengers, the guys who got the shortest end of the super hero stick But with the real Avengers disassembled, they re going to try to step up to the plate and deal with one of their most powerful villains Can they save the day Well, we just hope these guys can save themselves Collects G.L.A 1 4 and West Coast Avengers 46.

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    1. This is Dan Slott before Slott found his groove on Spider-man. The only other Slott I remember from this era was Mighty Avengers, and I couldn't stand that hyperventilating-about-the-unsung-heroism-of-Hank-Pym tripe, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear over & over how great Slott's Spidey run was (until I finally broke down and tried it myself). (Somehow I've completely forgotten reading his run of She-Hulk, and I think I'm gonna remedy that very soon.)I'm a big fan of the underdog, the al [...]

    2. Dan Slott is one of my favorite comic writers. He tells great super hero stories in the mold of classic comics, and he's hilarious to boot. Somehow his humor also seems just appropriate for the story. It doesn't go overboard like Justice League International (which I love as well, just in a different way) often did. Plus the Great Lakes Avengers are a really fun squad. And are much more interesting than other more serious super teams.

    3. Really hard book to find. I can see why Dan Slott is such a pop-cult writer. The more I read of his work the more I find to admire. This one's a comedy. Think Terry Pratchett style humor but super-heroed. Need to find more Dan Slott! Next up is his run on She-Hulk.

    4. Very funny and not a bad story, so I think you should read it.A bunch of loser heroes get together and try to help people. Squirrel Girl is in it.

    5. Collects G.L.A. issues #1-4, West Coast Avengers #46, and Marvel Super-Heroes #8I'm giving this collection a 4-star rating, not just for the story, but because I think this is a well-done collection for Great Lakes Avengers fans. The story itself probably deserves a 3 or 3.5-star rating. The main reason I read this is because I am a huge fan of Dan Slott, and I was interested to see what he would do with the GLA. I think he did a good job with this oddball team. I had never read anything with th [...]

    6. Marvel's version of the 'Mystery men' get their own adventure and along with their screw ups, and a couple deaths manage to save the world.Fun read, as the GLA are treated as goofs, but goofs that want to do the right thing and be heroes. The humor doesn't feel forced or only there to make the heroes look like idiots. Unlike Kieth Giffen's JLA run or a lot of what passes for 'humor' in comics these days.You laugh, but also root for these guys.Plus, who doesn't love Squirrel girl?

    7. This is beautiful and nothing hurts. I laughed, I got the feels (not Monkey Joe!!), and I loved every minute of it. Between weird jokes about Wisconsin and genuine character depth, you almost forget that this book essentially only exists to make fun of the 'dark' turn in superhero comics of the 90's/00's. A classic!

    8. There are some weird issues of tone here as it tries to be simultaneous dark and cheery, thrilling and funny. It kind of feels garbled as a whole. I'm not sure any of it is better than the original GLA / Deadpool, but what is?

    9. While John Byrne may have created the Great Lakes Avengers, I think that Dan Slott thrust them into greatness in this series. Balancing the darkness of today's comics with some amazing humor, this series proves that any character can be fun to read. Even Squirrel Girl.

    10. The only superhero team from my hometownMilwaukee, WIAll their powers suck, less Mr Immortal, but whats the point of being able to reincarnate

    11. I really enjoyed this book. The GLA are funny and 4th wall breaking kind of like a PG 13 Deadpool. This book balanced the line between funny and dark.

    12. Really fun read with great characters. The whole team has such a big heart and just cant catch a break. Its the other side of super heroes that we dont get to see in the more serious Marvel comics.

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