If this is the last we’ll see from Noh-Varr as an Avenger, it was a pretty good way for him to go out, albeit a rather tragic one. After betraying the Avengers, he then betrays the Kree and destroys the Supreme Intelligence to save the Earth. Pretty heroic no? But of course, the Avengers are still pissed with him, so they ban him from Earth. And then his own people understandably are after him too. What next for Noh? He’s a man without a world now, his real homeworld and his adopted one both hate him, so it’s going to be interesting to see where he turns up next. Bendis hasn’t often done right by the character, he was pretty much always in the background, but this last story was a good spotlight, and he’s now in a very interesting place. Godspeed Alien Boy! There’s more here than just Protector though, as we also see how the Space Avengers escaped from certain death, it was great that Bendis put the main focus on Thor, because really, he’s the guy we want to see Simonson draw, and he drew the heck out of him flying them away from that Sun. Looks like the next issue is bringing things back down to Earth with a focus on Red Hulk, which should be good, I want more info about that time when he donkey-punched Colossus.