October 24, 2013 - BACK to the set.
Easy - for now.
I like Avengers better now. But that could easily change.
Not certain how I feel.
I love the flavor of this comic. It's mysterious, and it feels like it's growing on much of the universe established already - even though I am reading this pretty out of order, most certainly.
But a lot of the comic doesn't quite fit into the world established in here. It's a crazy set back and forth. I will probably need to go back in again to feel my way through this comic when I get back to the set-up from previously, but it's a decent feel.
Much of the comic showed itself as a problem to be solved - and didn't really get around to that until the end. My jury is still out until I finish the small run.
No wonder Avengers was beating the PANTS off!
A great story - and although it involved a lot of reference to the whole amnesia thing - and WHY in the world would Wasp keep it to herself that she realized that Yellowjacket was in fact Hank Pym in disguise for the wedding - who knows...
But the story comes off without a hitch - even if it brings in the Ringmaster - a great character - and the army of circus clowns - a bunch of pathetic ones.
The book was pretty well conceived - and Vision has very quickly become a relatively integral part of the company - even if the old Black Panther might not ever be.
I did like that some of the team really got hung up in a variety of stuff - and they couldn't even make much reference to them, as well. Great.