Many of our readers send us e-mails (podcast@majorspoilers.com) asking what books they should pick up and read.  Marvel has announced a new brand called Marvel Must-Haves! that are three-issue collections of series from 2010.

You can check out Marvel’s recommendations after the jump, and then decide if they truly are Must Haves.

AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE – SEARCH FOR THE SCARLET WITCH #1 (OCT108126)
Written by ALLAN HEINBERG
Pencils & Cover by JIM CHEUNG

72 PGS…$4.99
FOC – 12/10/10, On-Sale – 1/5/10



AVENGERS ACADEMY: MEET THE NEW CLASS #1 (OCT108132)
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE
Pencils & Cover by MIKE McKONE

72 PGS…$3.99
FOC – 12/10/10, On-Sale – 1/5/10

DAKEN: DARK WOLVERINE – EMPIRE #1 (OCT108133)
Written by DANIEL WAY & MARJORIE LIU
Pencils & Cover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI

72 PGS…$3.99
FOC – 12/10/10, On-Sale – 1/5/10

WOLVERINE: WOLVERINE GOES TO HELL #1 (OCT108127)
Written by JASON AARON
Pencils by RENATO GUEDES
Cover by JAE LEE

88 PGS…$4.99
FOC – 12/10/10, On-Sale – 1/5/10

X-23: THE KILLING DREAM #1 (OCT108128)
Written by MARJORIE LIU
Pencils by WILL CONRAD
Cover by DANNI SHINYA LUO

72 PGS…$3.99
FOC – 12/10/10, On-Sale – 1/5/10

via Marvel

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3 Comments

  1. December 6, 2010 at 12:59 pm — Reply

    Avengers Academy is great, the first three issues are well worth $3.99.

  2. Rome
    December 6, 2010 at 2:38 pm — Reply

    Avengers Academy is pretty good. The rest are FAR from must reads.

    As a matter of fact all of those titles will be completely forgotten in two years time.

    • Damascus
      February 17, 2011 at 5:57 pm — Reply

      Apart from not being epic level comics, do any of those three issue arcs tell a cohesive story that deliver any kind of good read. For some characters, I’d just be happy for a decent story that I don’t have to read 40 titles to understand what’s going on. Decent story that wraps in 3 issues sounds pretty good to me, and for only 4-5 bucks isn’t that bad either.

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