GHERU wrote:Uncanny Avengers #6
On the whole, this was the best issue of the book thus far, too bad that's not saying much.
The highlight of the book was the art, which didn't depress me as much as Cassady's did for 5 issues, but it still wasn't anything all that special.
Story wise, I dig on this arrogant Thor but other than that, its just a paint by numbers Thor story
meet bad guy
fight bad guy
get reamed by dad
get tricked by Loki/someone
wash, rinse, repeat
A perfectly average book.
I've lost any faith I had in this comic book, and most of that is due to Rememder's writing. His callous disregard for fans, character traits / development, and his boring approach to this miss-matched team. 6 issues in, and the book I was most excited for is a directionless mess that is too expensive to keep reading.
But the thing about this 'paint by numbers Thor story' as you put it, is how it fits into the larger Kang/Apocalypse story Remender is telling. This is a big time-travel epic and it's cool to see how far it's going.