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The horrific secret of Kulan Gath's power is revealed! Steel yourself, True Believers - this one is a bummer for the ages. Can Doctor Strange and Elektra deal with this unbelievable horror? Speaking of horror, something is killing the Shuma-Goraths! That would usually be great news, but Kulan Gath thinks he's fi nally fi gured out how to consume the Elder God - and that's The horrific secret of Kulan Gath's power is revealed! Steel yourself, True Believers - this one is a bummer for the ages. Can Doctor Strange and Elektra deal with this unbelievable horror? Speaking of horror, something is killing the Shuma-Goraths! That would usually be great news, but Kulan Gath thinks he's fi nally fi gured out how to consume the Elder God - and that's very bad news for our plane of existence! Strange and Elektra have a plan, though...and the Savage Avengers will assemble! Conan the Barbarian, Wolverine, Doctor Strange, Elektra, Black Widow, Hellstrom, Brother Voodoo, Magik...and more! The heroes draw up a last-ditch battle plan against Kulan Gath - and Conan must wield a most unexpected weapon in the fight against darkness! COLLECTING: SAVAGE AVENGERS (2019) 11-16


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The horrific secret of Kulan Gath's power is revealed! Steel yourself, True Believers - this one is a bummer for the ages. Can Doctor Strange and Elektra deal with this unbelievable horror? Speaking of horror, something is killing the Shuma-Goraths! That would usually be great news, but Kulan Gath thinks he's fi nally fi gured out how to consume the Elder God - and that's The horrific secret of Kulan Gath's power is revealed! Steel yourself, True Believers - this one is a bummer for the ages. Can Doctor Strange and Elektra deal with this unbelievable horror? Speaking of horror, something is killing the Shuma-Goraths! That would usually be great news, but Kulan Gath thinks he's fi nally fi gured out how to consume the Elder God - and that's very bad news for our plane of existence! Strange and Elektra have a plan, though...and the Savage Avengers will assemble! Conan the Barbarian, Wolverine, Doctor Strange, Elektra, Black Widow, Hellstrom, Brother Voodoo, Magik...and more! The heroes draw up a last-ditch battle plan against Kulan Gath - and Conan must wield a most unexpected weapon in the fight against darkness! COLLECTING: SAVAGE AVENGERS (2019) 11-16

30 review for Savage Avengers, Vol. 3: Enter the Dragon

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jesús De la Jara

    Siempre que Magik está en un crossover u otro de mis personajes favoritos trato de verlos. En este caso ahora vemos que Conan el bárbaro (!) está en Marvel y no sólo eso en un equipo de Avengers (Savage Avengers) está inmerso en una aventura mágica. El poderoso y maligno hechizero Kulan Gath que tiene un dominio de las artes mágicas e incluso el espacio y tiempo gracias a comerse literalmente a los hechizeros más poderosos de todas las eras amenaza con acabar con la existencia del mundo. Para el Siempre que Magik está en un crossover u otro de mis personajes favoritos trato de verlos. En este caso ahora vemos que Conan el bárbaro (!) está en Marvel y no sólo eso en un equipo de Avengers (Savage Avengers) está inmerso en una aventura mágica. El poderoso y maligno hechizero Kulan Gath que tiene un dominio de las artes mágicas e incluso el espacio y tiempo gracias a comerse literalmente a los hechizeros más poderosos de todas las eras amenaza con acabar con la existencia del mundo. Para ello el Dr. Strange reunirá un equipo con Wolverine, Black Knight, Magik, Viuda Negra, Elektra y otros para poder pararlo, lo primero es recuperar uno de los tres ojos de Agamoto que está en posesión del dragón Sadurang (asgardiano) y de paso combatir la influencia de Kulan Gath donde se pueda. El argumento es simple y la división de los episodios muy bueno te permite seguir la caza del malvado mago. Y desde luego mis partes favoritas donde sale Magik, pasé un buen rato también viéndola darle de golpes a un dragón jaja.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Khurram

    I love the Savage Avengers. I will admit I am a bit biased as Conan, Elektra and Doctor Strange are 3 of my favourite Marvel characters. The book has it all for me. Great artwork, good story and a lots of action. The Savages use every weapon at their disposal, whatever comes to hand. They even manage to use some team work. This volume contains the origin of Kulan Gath's power, a couple of new recruits, dragons, demons, cultists, and gangsters (they did need a reason for the Punisher to be there). A I love the Savage Avengers. I will admit I am a bit biased as Conan, Elektra and Doctor Strange are 3 of my favourite Marvel characters. The book has it all for me. Great artwork, good story and a lots of action. The Savages use every weapon at their disposal, whatever comes to hand. They even manage to use some team work. This volume contains the origin of Kulan Gath's power, a couple of new recruits, dragons, demons, cultists, and gangsters (they did need a reason for the Punisher to be there). A great volume that reall luves up to the Savage moniker. As much action that is in this book, this is still only the setup to the final battle. I can't wait to see that. Every chapter starts with that issue cover the cover gallery at the end contains full page spreads of the varients covers

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Another lacklustre volume of Savage Avengers with the added demerit of having a bunch of female near-nudity in it for absolutely no good reason, story-wise. Elektra and the Black Widow both all-but get their tits out in this one and the pandering to the 'male gaze' made me feel sleazy. It's like they think they need to include this stuff for the old school Conan fans, because the old Conan comics used to contain topless females semi-regularly. I just feel we should be past this kind of shit by no Another lacklustre volume of Savage Avengers with the added demerit of having a bunch of female near-nudity in it for absolutely no good reason, story-wise. Elektra and the Black Widow both all-but get their tits out in this one and the pandering to the 'male gaze' made me feel sleazy. It's like they think they need to include this stuff for the old school Conan fans, because the old Conan comics used to contain topless females semi-regularly. I just feel we should be past this kind of shit by now, personally, but what do I know? Anyway, my biggest issues with this title remain that I think it's stupid to have Conan running around in the present-day Marvel Universe and that they slap the Avengers name on this book for sales purposes despite it having absolutely nothing to do with the Avengers. My next book: Falcon & Winter Soldier: Cut Off One Head

  4. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    The insanity has toned down somewhat, which is a shame. But any time Conan has to get into a fight with a cosmic abomination that he just finished, uh, bedding is a fun time. Plus, Magik is great here, especially in #16.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Dr. Strange time travels to view Kulan Gath's origin and then assembles a team of antiheroes to . . . disrupt supply lines and gather matériel. Okay, this is not going to be a quick campaign. It's gotten sooo dark magic serious and dreary with Conan popping up for comic relief with his barbaric flirting, constant drinking, and shouts of, "Meet your doom!" I'm won't avoid future volumes, nor will I seek them out. Dr. Strange time travels to view Kulan Gath's origin and then assembles a team of antiheroes to . . . disrupt supply lines and gather matériel. Okay, this is not going to be a quick campaign. It's gotten sooo dark magic serious and dreary with Conan popping up for comic relief with his barbaric flirting, constant drinking, and shouts of, "Meet your doom!" I'm won't avoid future volumes, nor will I seek them out.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The Savage Avengers have some preparations to make once Doctor Strange and Elektra finally discover the source of Kulan Gath's power. These preparations include fighting a dragon, and beating up demonically possessed drug addicts. Because of course they do. This volume opens with two one and done stories - the first is a flashback to Kulan Gath's new origin (although I don't know if it contradicts his previous origins, since I'm not overly familiar with the character), while the second is a side The Savage Avengers have some preparations to make once Doctor Strange and Elektra finally discover the source of Kulan Gath's power. These preparations include fighting a dragon, and beating up demonically possessed drug addicts. Because of course they do. This volume opens with two one and done stories - the first is a flashback to Kulan Gath's new origin (although I don't know if it contradicts his previous origins, since I'm not overly familiar with the character), while the second is a side story featuring Conan beating up a monster with a prosthetic leg. This series is bonkers, and I really enjoy it. The bulk of the volume is then the remaining four issues, which splits the team in half as they go after the previously mentioned dragon and drug addicts; each team contributes something towards the larger battle with Kulan Gath, but he feels very passive in this volume, only really appearing for some creepy monologues rather than battling the team directly, so it feels a bit lacklustre in terms f the overall plot. The artwork's fairly solid - Butch Guice draws the flashback issue, Adam Gorham handles the set-up prelude, and then Patrick Zircher returns for the four main issues. I'm glad we've shed Mike Deodato entirely at this point, and while the book isn't completely consistent artwise, this one's probably the closest we've come thus far. Savage Avengers stalls its momentum a little with some side stories that are enjoyable, but seem like a detour from the driving force of the book. They're tangentially linked, and the dialogue between the characters (including some fun guest stars) is still great, as is the artwork, but there's definitely a hint of spinning wheels.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Westen

    Good job with portraying the female characters in this volume, really liked that. Only criticism is that apparently no one can keep track of which eye of Agamotto Dr. Strange has, the Dragon has, and which one is lost. If you compare the exposition in volume 2 to volume 3, you'll find that the numerical order is not consistent at all. In Vol. 2 Dr. Strange has the first eye of Agamotto, by the time we reach Vol.3, he actually has the third eye of Agamotto, which was supposedly lost to time in Vol Good job with portraying the female characters in this volume, really liked that. Only criticism is that apparently no one can keep track of which eye of Agamotto Dr. Strange has, the Dragon has, and which one is lost. If you compare the exposition in volume 2 to volume 3, you'll find that the numerical order is not consistent at all. In Vol. 2 Dr. Strange has the first eye of Agamotto, by the time we reach Vol.3, he actually has the third eye of Agamotto, which was supposedly lost to time in Vol. 2. It doesn't ruin the plot, but if you have OCD it will bug the ever-loving heck out of you.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Dinges

    Savage Avengers isn't on Marvel Unlimited due to licensing issues with Conan so I checked out the first 3 volumes from the library. The first 2 volumes were fine but I felt like volume 3 helped the series find its legs a bit more. The creative team is leaning a bit more into the savage namesake and I think the book is better off for it. It's nothing special but it's fun and packed with action. I'm not sure it's a 3 star book, but Magik is heavily involved so that's enough to earn an extra star fr Savage Avengers isn't on Marvel Unlimited due to licensing issues with Conan so I checked out the first 3 volumes from the library. The first 2 volumes were fine but I felt like volume 3 helped the series find its legs a bit more. The creative team is leaning a bit more into the savage namesake and I think the book is better off for it. It's nothing special but it's fun and packed with action. I'm not sure it's a 3 star book, but Magik is heavily involved so that's enough to earn an extra star from me.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Brannigan

    Well this team book has been all over the place. The first volume was good then the second volume was bad and now we have a better volume three. Volume three ended on a good cliff not quite hanger so I’m hopeful. I enjoy the book when they don’t focus so much on Conan.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Frank Jarome

    Now we have a bit of a team going on. The fun factor is down a notch, as the main storyline is well underway now. This is definitely a series with a set ending, whenever that may be (I’m guessing around issue 25)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paxton Holley

    Love this gritty collection of heroes featuring Conan, Dr Strange, Elektra, Wolverine, and several others in battle with one of the most powerful evil sorcerers of all time, Kulan Gath. Lots of occult-y fun.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Donald Ozello

    Action packed.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ed

    Takes a long time to set everything up. The battles at the end were a bit overstuffed but there’s lots to like here.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Derek Moreland

    The inclusion of the Juggernaut, Hellstrom, and Majik to the roster (however shortly that will end up being the case) guarantees this title will continue to be a joy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Timo

    Where did the silly fun fun go? But still one of the best team books ever.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth

    This title just gets better as it goes along. If they'd taken this kind of time to let Serpent War develop it could have been so much better than it was. This title just gets better as it goes along. If they'd taken this kind of time to let Serpent War develop it could have been so much better than it was.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Steve Schafer

  18. 4 out of 5

    Igor Toscano

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dan Mauric

  21. 5 out of 5

    Terrance

  22. 5 out of 5

    Steve Llamb

  23. 4 out of 5

    Roman

  24. 4 out of 5

    Andson Rebello

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brett Crossley

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Juffer

  27. 4 out of 5

    Raphael

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bruce

  29. 4 out of 5

    Matt

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maurício Dantas

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