As The Heroic Age dawns on the Marvel Universe, Ed Brubaker tries his hand at writing his own Avengers team, bent on cleaning up the messes of the previous administration.Head on over to read the full review.
As in our own universe, the problem with suddenly deciding that things are going to be better now is that there are still problems left behind. Under the care of Norman Osborn, powerful artifacts were sold off to the highest bidder, or just neglected so that any random do-no-gooder could grab them where they were left lying around. Steve Rogers (the former Captain America), now in charge of the nation’s national security, has assembled a group of agents with the intention of using them to gather these objects. Unfortunately, these things never are as easy as they seem. When stealing back the Serpent Crown from Roxxon Oil, they discover that this was not the crown they were looking for, and that it may be related to Roxxon’s efforts to find oil on Mars, efforts that were suddenly abandoned and scrubbed from their records.
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Review @ PopSyndicate: Secret Avengers #1
Almost forgot to mention that I have a review up at PopSyndicate for Secret Avengers #1: