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Feature Games Hot. It goes well with Romita Jr. I love a Romita page, and Yang an award-winning graphic novelist might just be the guy to push the story forward.
I usually take issue with Superman's seemingly weaklessness. The solution is always go for those he loves or Kryptonite, and that gets awfully boring, so it's nice to see something so rudimentary and simple present itself as a huge challenge to the Man of Steel. Everyone knows his identity. Now everything is different and harder and a bit more hostile in the city he loves so much.
And when it's revealed that it was Lois Lane who leaked his identity to the world, well, sparks go flying.
We get one sad scene of shaggy-looking Clark living in a dingy motel. Things are going to get interesting in Superman It's not really the Wonder Woman tease I wanted, and I don't think it's a particularly interesting section, highlighting a bit of the old DC everyone desperately wants to get away from. Fabok's intense, mythologizing art is a lot of fun, though, as we're treated to a short story in the site -- the very beginning of the conflict that will erupt through the multiverse.
And it's super grim.
I mean, it punches the fun we just had with Batman and Superman in the face. It's that old imperative that DC comics have to be very serious and grim. Let Marvel have all the fun. I hope Justice League can take a chill pill sometime soon.
Ah, this is the good stuff! Mark Waid takes over Marvel's flagship from the great Jonathan Hickman, who will be busy with his own little Marvel crossover event for the next few months. A new generation, fronted by Ms. Marvel, joins the team in a comedic action sequence that starts on a punchline. Marvel yells, "Avengers Assemble! Nevertheless, the best part of the issue is watching the overzealous newbies get themselves into trouble, as the team faces off against a radioactive dragon.
Waid and artist Mahmud Asrar brilliantly split the team in half for the action sequence.
The pages switch between the old and the young, juxtaposing their techniques and their reactions to the same situations. The adults are a bit more serious while the kids stumble along only a tiny bit , having a great time.
But in the end, the team is unified by their moral code, as Ms. Marvel, Miles, and Nova learn the first rule of being an Avenger: It feels very X-Men to me.
Best of all, Avengers feels like a brand new book. Duh, it's All-New, All Different, right? Yes, but I mean that while Hickman basked in a very continuity-heavy approach, Waid dials it back a bit for newer readers. This feels like a book -- like his Daredevil -- that will be very comfortable having standalone adventures and one-off villians, all while developing these younger characters and solidifying them as Earth's Greatest Heroes.
I'm genuinely excited abou this run, even more-so from this preview.