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Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie have taken lesser-known young heroes from the Marvel Universe and crafted a refreshing, fun, and compelling title in Young Avengers, with this issue being a perfect introduction to their world.
In the flood of Avengers titles that followed the end of Siege and the start of the Heroic Age, one of the better reads has been Avengers: The Children's Crusade… which sadly has not received the attention it is due. After a series of disappointing tie-ins with the Marvel event of the moment, the Young Avengers team seemed to have lost a lot of the fun and interest that it’s first two trade paperbacks had sparked in me. But this latest series has brought back the original creative team that made the title so much fun to start with.