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Publisher's Summary

The Avengers journey into deep space, where they unite the intergalactic races against the Builders - deadly aliens who seek to destroy the known galaxy. While the heroes are gone, Thanos sets his sights on Earth, sending the Black Order to launch the assault. It falls to the other heroes of Earth - the Inhumans, the Black Panther, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Doctor Strange, the X-Men, and more - to defend Attilan, Wakanda, Atlantis, and the rest of the planet. To defeat Thanos, the defending forces will need to deploy a new weapon - one that may be as deadly as the invading force.

©2020 Marvel (P)2020 Marvel

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Avengers Assemble

wow this is a really great book lots of great superhero action really good villain storyline running throughout the book lots of Superheroes I didn't even know were around to tell you the truth I started to listen to this and then I ordered the comic I recommend both

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The Graphic Novel must be Sensational..

..because this adaptation is impressive. Marvel Superheroes are incredibly fun, but let's face it.. Comic Books are not generally considered on the same level as more "Adult" Fantasy/SciFi fare. Comics are stories following imaginative but necessarily superficial heroes.. intended for kids and the occasional geek - Not So for this book. James A. Moore does a great job adapting a surprisingly mature Jonathan Hickman comic series. Moore has a nice sense of fun, a great feel for realistic dialogue that drives an involved plot forward, and an understanding that he needn't take himself too seriously. He writes a fabulous interpretation.
To be certain, there is a cartoonish element to the story, but the threats against mankind involve near-omnipotent beings ("The Builders") manipulating Evolution, Interplanetary Cultural Development, and Multiple Universes. Philosophical and Existential themes are explored.. in a COMIC BOOK!! A sinuous plotline following Thanos attacking the remainders of Earth's defenders is added to a fragile alliance/intergalactic war chronicle (led by Captain America). The plot is thus complex, thought-provoking, and absorbing.
Unfortunately, the book suffers from too many characters.. there is actually no opportunity for any character development (which is hard to do with two-dimensonal characters like Comic Book Heroes in the first place). Despite notable ingenuity, this book falls just short of "Adult Fiction" status (as might be seen in a library).

The reading by Dion Graham is average at best. His tone, timbre, cadence, and pacing are spot-on, but he has legitimate trouble with voice-acting (his accents are terrible; the voices for different species are occasionally cringeworthy; he attempts laughable voice modulation/static effects; and he is not good at female characters).

Despite a burdensome pantheon and subpar narration, this eye-opening Avengers story is worth 7.5 stars out of 10. While undoubtedly entertaining, 'Infinity' fails to achieve the optimum balance of pathos and action for a designation as "Science Fiction". Still, this is a Credit well-spent for Marvel fans.. or even Fantasy/SciFi fans in general.

[Incidentally, it feels odd to see Ronan the Accuser depicted as a praiseworthy hero]

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  • Mary A
  • 2021-05-31

good book

a lot going on but a really good story I can see it being moved into the franchise

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  • Augustus W.
  • 2021-04-06

the voice reader did a really great job .i

I like that in the story the voice reader gave his listers the passion to bring it to life.

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  • Kareem
  • 2021-01-11

enjoyable presentation

I still like the idea of real sound effects but this guy is a great storyteller.

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  • Ragnar Magnas
  • 2020-12-11

Alternate Reality Storyline 4 Thanos.

Well produced good story that keeps the entertainment and interest the entire 10 hrs. long.

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  • TR Jensen
  • 2021-05-13

Terrific Audiobook

This is a very cool, interesting and very large scale adventure in the comics. The author does a great job painting a picture and the voice work is fantastic!

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  • TheHatter
  • 2022-03-14

Good story

Great story. the narration was okay. I wasn't too found of the voices for some if the characters but the book was still enjoyable. I just wish the antagonist would win for a change.

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  • Jimmy Young
  • 2022-03-10

This story is not all that interesting.

I wasn’t really too crazy about the story. I only went through half of the book before skipping through the rest of it at the end so I can get the rating and the reviewing out-of-the-way. I honestly prefer the graphic audio versions of the Marvel or DC books.

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  • kenny
  • 2022-02-12

Wow

Thanos was the worst voice I have ever heard EVER. I mean bad. Everyone else was spot on. Again Thanos voice SUCKED. Good book tho

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  • skycrystal
  • 2021-12-30

Great Story; Great Narration

The title says it all. I enjoyed this space opera and the narration - great work!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-09-20

Needs to be proofed before going live.

I loved the story and the narrator is great but it’s as if nobody listened to it before putting it on audible.
The punch-ins are really noticeable and there was even a moment where the narrator fumbled his words and did a retake … all of it was left in haha
Again, otherwise great… I forgive these mistakes , I just find it very funny.

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