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The world needs heroes, and they are the Champions! Ms. Marvel! Cyclops! Nova! Spider-Man! Viv Vision! And the Totally Awesome Hulk! They’re young and idealistic, and their movement is gaining speed — but the newly minted Champions will get a harsh dose of reality when they’re forced to throw down with the Freelancers! Plus: After what became of her family, Viv willingly s

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    Justin

    Dec 29, 2017

    rated it
    it was ok

    Shelves:
    graphic-novels

    I wanted to like this volume, I really did. And the damning part is that, I don’t think it’s the book itself that’s to blame for why it falls apart like it does. See, Champions, Volume 2 is a perfect example of what’s wrong with the “big two” in the American comics industry: A story can be going along quite nicely, when all of a sudden, some huge, world-changing event happens in the surrounding comics universe, and anything that had been happening in the series has to take a backseat for Mandato

    The first three pre-MEP issues are a little jarring at first, too, introducing us to a team that’s essentially an evil version of the Champions…who everyone in the book already seems familiar with. It’s been awhile since I read volume 1, but I don’t think we as readers had met them before this point, so there’s a weird bit of narrative dissonance there. But it tells a decent enough story, once you get beyond that hurdle. Then there’s a throwaway issue, where we meet the Red Locust (the one I mentioned who never appears again), before we dive into the “Secret Empire” event, and everything goes to crap.

    Issue #10 feels the most like it belongs in this series, with the Champions trying to free what amounts to an internment camp of Inhumans from Hydra’s grasp. It still comes entirely out of left field, compared to events leading up to it, but it at least tries to maintain some of the themes of combating oppression, and looking out for people first and foremost.

    Then we get to issue #11, and suddenly the team is split up around the world, teamed up with random, less well-known members of the Avengers, trying to conduct rescue operations for survivors of large-scale Hydra attacks…that have all happened off-page. So what we do see on-page is a lot of heavy-handed moralizing, and bonding with characters who are gone, after this issue ends. It’s quite frankly, a mess.

    …and it gets worse with issue #12, which begins with the team singing karaoke(?!) Didn’t the previous issue just end with the Champions (and their new friends) vowing to take the fight to Hydra? Did that happen, off-page? Is that threat over now? We’re never told. Instead, we flash ahead three hours to the team fighting a villain named Psycho-Man (how they ran across him, or why is also never explained). Plot contrivances happen, to give us a little bit of a character sketch for Cyclops, but really, this issue just felt very “villain of the week,” with seemingly no connection at all to anything that came before it.

    I hate this phenomenon in American comics, where entire series can get commandeered by MEP. I’d been reading a couple other Marvel comics at the time these issues would have come out, so I have at least some knowledge of what was going on in the world at large, but if you were someone who was just reading Champions? Man, would you be lost. And that’s why this sort of thing ticks me off so much–it’s sacrificing reader enjoyment for line-wide conformity, regardless of whether it makes sense or not. And in a darkly cynical way, if we look at it through the lens of what Champions is supposed to be about, Marvel itself represents just the sort of thing the team is supposed to be fighting against: an old guard that’s blindly chasing glory, or the “next big thing,” with no regard to the little people caught in the crossfire. We the readers, as the “little people” have no control over the events that such large juggernauts (Marvel, DC) are partaking in; we’re just trying to get by (enjoy good stories), when sometimes (often), something huge and unstoppable crops up to get in the way of that.

    …with that off-the-cuff analysis, I almost talked myself into giving this volume one more star. Almost. But meta-commentary aside, Champions Volume 2 is still disappointing. It was a great book that had a lot of potential, but I don’t know how or if it’s going to pull itself back together, following this derailment it had no control over. And given how this volume ended, I’m not sure I’m entirely keen on finding out, and that makes me rather sad.
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    Megan

    Feb 03, 2018

    rated it
    it was ok

    Shelves:
    superhero-comics

    Volume 2 of the Champions series is a bit of a mess story-wise and an excellent example of how company-wide events can really mess with individual series at Marvel and DC.

    It starts off well enough with the Champions having to deal with a teen mercenary group that oppose everything the Champions are trying to stand for. It’s not the greatest plot since the villains are too one-dimensional for my liking, but the first couple issues of this book at least form a cohesive story. Since this volume’s t

    It starts off well enough with the Champions having to deal with a teen mercenary group that oppose everything the Champions are trying to stand for. It’s not the greatest plot since the villains are too one-dimensional for my liking, but the first couple issues of this book at least form a cohesive story. Since this volume’s title references the mercenary group’s name, I thought the Champions would be dealing with them for the majority of the book, but they just disappear from the story after a few issues.

    Things get jarring once the Freelancers arc ends. At the very end of that arc, one of the members of the Champions is literally locked in their home with security measures that neutralize their powers because they are grounded. The very next issue has that character on a solo mission some time later on the opposite side of the country. When did the grounding end? Did their parent just release them? Or did they have to escape? No clue on any of that. No reference is made to them being locked up at any point afterward. On their solo mission, they meet a new teen hero that they team up with for this issue. At the end, they offer the new hero a chance to join the Champions. This hero is then never mentioned again.

    The next issue takes place during the Secret Empire event where Hydra is in charge. One of the Champions is in an internment camp, and the others are trying to locate and rescue their team member. How did this member get captured in the first place? What was everyone else doing when they were captured? No answers on any of that. The character isn’t rescued or even found by the end of the issue either. They are back with everyone by the next issue though with no explanation how that went down. And the Champions have joined with several other teen heroes to try to rescue any survivors from a Hydra attack that killed over half a million citizens. The issues just keep jumping forward in time with no details on how we got to this point. The abrupt transitions were jarring.

    This was especially true for the final issue. The previous one ended with the Champions vowing to keep fighting against Hydra after they killed over half a million people. The very next issue opens with the Champions singing karaoke. Between the two issues, Hydra was defeated apparently.

    This volume of Champions left me constantly feeling like I was skipping a ton of issues because I was missing huge chunks of the story. After the first mini arc, the rest of the book was a mess that had jarring transitions and failed to form a cohesive story by constantly skipping ahead. It’s hard to enjoy a story when I’m only given random portions of it.
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    Riah

    Jan 08, 2018

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    comics

    I really like the Champions team, but this volume did not have a cohesive plot at all. I was intrigued by the Red Locust, but sad that she just vanished. In general I’m not a fan of the secret empire storyline and wish my comics could just stand on their own without confusing world shifts that happen elsewhere in the marvelverse affecting them. I was particularly disappointed to see Riri/Ironheart show up here and barely do anything, since havingbher interact meaningfully with the Champions woul

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