Avengers: The Childrens Crusade by Allan HeinbergThe Young Avengers return in an epic saga by series creators Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung. When Wiccans reality-altering powers begin to rival those of the Scarlet Witch, the young hero sets out on a quest to find her that spans the Marvel Universe and pits Wiccan against both the Avengers and the Young Avengers. But will Wiccans desire to solve the mystery of his parentage be his salvation or his undoing? With three words, the Scarlet Witch changed the world forever...and now with her return, nothing will ever be the same for the Marvel Universe. This self-contained Marvel event reintroduces and redefines the Young Avengers and the Scarlet Witch for the Heroic Age, and is essential reading for any Avengers fan.
Collecting: material from Uncanny X-Men 526; Avengers: The Childrens Crusade 1-9, Young Avengers 1
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He gathers his teammates and tells them that he has found Wiccan and the Scarlet Witch. Speed contradicts that claim, having been searching all around the city. At the moment, Doctor Doom is attempting to kill Wiccan, believing that he had escaped, contact his allies and kidnap Wanda. Wanda explains that he didn't do any of that and she was more interested in what she believes may be her true identity. More over, she is concerned as to why he is afraid of the truth. Magneto then pounces on Doom, giving the opening for Wiccan and Wanda to escape and meet up with the Young Avengers.
I hate to say this, but with each new issue of "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" I'm growing increasingly convinced that the incredibly long wait for this mini-series was well worth it. Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung are reminding all of us that it was their talents working together that made "Young Avengers" so much fun, and we're getting a lot more of the same here. Heinberg is continuing to keep the story moving forward at a brisk pace; with a bi-monthly schedule, that's a good thing. Each issue has a big plot development to keep readers interested, and this is a comic that shifts setting often but without feeling disorienting at the same time. It helps that Heinberg is one of the few writers who can manage an exposition dump without making it feel unwieldy. After his last-page appearance in the previous issue, Heinberg catches old and new readers up on Iron Lad's history and motives, but it doesn't feel like a lecture, or something that's slowing down the story. Likewise, when the story hops settings, the new location and its significance is explained in a way that feels organic.
The big climax that sets the stage big time for what is to come in ! The final fate of the Scarlet Witch. A new lineup and a new direction for the Young Avengers. The Death of an Avenger. In this penultimate Plus, when the origin
No recent wiki edits to this page. Latveria becomes a battle-ground as Magneto battles Doctor Doom -- and the Young Avengers take on the Avengers -- to determine the ultimate fate of the Scarlet Witch. But the mysterious reappearance of the time-traveling Iron Lad unleashes Wanda's reality-altering powers upon the timestream itself, changing the game, and the Marvel Universe, forever. Avengers: The Children's Crusade 5 by gmanfromheck on April 06, Another issue of Avengers: Children's Crusade is here and it's time to celebrate Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung deliver a solid action packed issue. Last issue we saw the return of Iron Lad and all let out a collective "Whaaaa?!?