COMICS: Shang-Chi Takes Centre Stage in AVENGERS WORLD #3 Preview

Before he heads off to his own solo title, Marvel's Master of Kung Fu gets unleashed in the pages of Avengers World #3, along with Wolverine, Falcon and Black Widow. Check out a lettered a preview of Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer and Stefano Caselli's latest issue.

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By staypuffed - 2/13/2014
AVENGERS WORLD #3
Jonathan Hickman & Nick Spencer (writers) Stefano Caselli (art)
Rags Morales (cover) Agustin Alessio (variant)

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• Shang-Chi vs. The Gorgon - a fight to the death for control of The Hand.
• 20 straight pages of bone-crushing martial arts action, like you’ve never seen it before.
















Source: Newsarama
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BlackCondor - 2/13/2014, 11:03 PM
Why is Rags Morales doing the cover? He should be drawing this!
Shua - 2/13/2014, 11:04 PM
Sweet! I love that Marvel has been developing this character.
loki668 - 2/14/2014, 12:42 AM
Now THAT'S a mobile home. Good luck parking, though.
mgeoff88 - 2/14/2014, 4:37 AM
The variant cover is [frick]ing badass!
efcamachopmp - 2/14/2014, 5:33 AM
What bugs me is that it states it is several hundred feet above Asia...O_o

The island itself is large and goes for miles, the mountains on that island are at least a few thousand feet high...The dragon is not a several hundred feet in the air, it should be at least 50-100+ miles into the atmosphere...

Think about it! lol

I love that the lesser known characters are getting a lot of attention.
NightWatcher - 2/14/2014, 6:04 AM
@efcamachopmp

That's true. Good analysis.
KrazyForKomix - 2/14/2014, 8:15 AM
Shang Chi needs no further development. He is complete. It'd be like saying Thanos, Doctor Strange, or Nightwing needs developing. He is the rising and advancing of a spirit. I DO love that he is finally being used, but lets not pretend he wasn't one of the best realized characters of the '70s. The fun in using him now is with the interesting interactions that will occur with other characters. He is NOT to be turned into just another vigilante.

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