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The Civil War is over, and from now on, this is the new face of the Marvel Universe—The Initiative. Whose side were you on? If you were pro-registration, then there's one hell of a price to pay: you're in the army now. Fall in with Yellowjacket, War Machine, She-Hulk, Justice and The Gauntlet as they train the heroes of tomorrow for the super-powered conflicts of today Marv The Civil War is over, and from now on, this is the new face of the Marvel Universe—The Initiative. Whose side were you on? If you were pro-registration, then there's one hell of a price to pay: you're in the army now. Fall in with Yellowjacket, War Machine, She-Hulk, Justice and The Gauntlet as they train the heroes of tomorrow for the super-powered conflicts of today Marvel's army of super heroes has just become a super hero army. Also featuring The Mighty Avengers and a new generation of Marvels. Collecting: Avengers: The Initiative 1-6


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The Civil War is over, and from now on, this is the new face of the Marvel Universe—The Initiative. Whose side were you on? If you were pro-registration, then there's one hell of a price to pay: you're in the army now. Fall in with Yellowjacket, War Machine, She-Hulk, Justice and The Gauntlet as they train the heroes of tomorrow for the super-powered conflicts of today Marv The Civil War is over, and from now on, this is the new face of the Marvel Universe—The Initiative. Whose side were you on? If you were pro-registration, then there's one hell of a price to pay: you're in the army now. Fall in with Yellowjacket, War Machine, She-Hulk, Justice and The Gauntlet as they train the heroes of tomorrow for the super-powered conflicts of today Marvel's army of super heroes has just become a super hero army. Also featuring The Mighty Avengers and a new generation of Marvels. Collecting: Avengers: The Initiative 1-6

30 review for Avengers: The Initiative, Volume 1: Basic Training

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Where: Camp Hammond, Stamford, Connecticut What: Fifty State Initiative, boot camp for young super heroes Gauntlet, Drill sergeant: You are all worthless maggots!! I don’t care if you shoot laser beams out of your butt! I don’t care if you puke thunder and lightning. I don’t care if you can turn yourself into a freaking chihuahua. I don’t care if you can outthink the Leader. Sh*t, the freaking dumb-ass Hulk can do that. I will turn you miserable bunch of losers into a team. When you go up against Where: Camp Hammond, Stamford, Connecticut What: Fifty State Initiative, boot camp for young super heroes Gauntlet, Drill sergeant: You are all worthless maggots!! I don’t care if you shoot laser beams out of your butt! I don’t care if you puke thunder and lightning. I don’t care if you can turn yourself into a freaking chihuahua. I don’t care if you can outthink the Leader. Sh*t, the freaking dumb-ass Hulk can do that. I will turn you miserable bunch of losers into a team. When you go up against Ultron or the Red Skull and you pee yourself, at least you ain’t gonna wait for Tony Stark or Captain America to bail out your miserable behinds. Hey, Emo boy, you eyeballing me, puke! Get on your stinking face! Now! You think that’s funny, Slaphappy? Start running around the base. Keep going until I’m tired. Ready to go home crying to mommy and daddy, Gecko Girl? Look to your left. Your other left, sh*t for brains. Damn, maggots couldn’t take on a bunch of Moloids. You are nothing but disorganized bacteria on a donkey’s ass. Get down and give me fifty. What are you waiting for Ballboy, an engraved invitation?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    In the wake of Civil War, all super-powered individuals must learn to use their powers responsibly or be sent to prison for using them. Enter Avengers Boot Camp where we are training the next generation of heroes. Slott has done a great job of setting up some shady stuff going on behind the scenes at Camp Hammond. It was definitely entertaining. Stefano Caselli's art is so expressive and detailed. I love his style. In the wake of Civil War, all super-powered individuals must learn to use their powers responsibly or be sent to prison for using them. Enter Avengers Boot Camp where we are training the next generation of heroes. Slott has done a great job of setting up some shady stuff going on behind the scenes at Camp Hammond. It was definitely entertaining. Stefano Caselli's art is so expressive and detailed. I love his style.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Terence

    Following the events of Civil War, it's now law that any super powered individual be licensed to use their power. The Avengers are making an army fully equipped with bootcamp for new recruits. The whole Civil War storyline on feels like one big what if story. They decided to take a real life look at what a world full of super beings would more accurately look like. While it logically makes sense it goes against the essence of comic book heroes. The other issue is now rather than having nearly eve Following the events of Civil War, it's now law that any super powered individual be licensed to use their power. The Avengers are making an army fully equipped with bootcamp for new recruits. The whole Civil War storyline on feels like one big what if story. They decided to take a real life look at what a world full of super beings would more accurately look like. While it logically makes sense it goes against the essence of comic book heroes. The other issue is now rather than having nearly ever super powered individual trying to do the right thing, the government is deciding. Is what's good for the government good for the people though? New recruits are put into the pleasures of army bootcamp. The unspoken fact is if recruits ever want to use their powers they have to pass through bootcamp otherwise they get de-powered and sent home. Doesn't matter what that power is the promise is the same, do what you're told or wave good bye to your powers.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ernest

    This was a very fun read. Following immediately on from the events of Civil War, this follows the path of America’s new sanctioned force and the new recruits that will train to be in it. This was not a simple training school where despite everything, everyone turns out to be friends and everyone passes. Early on, characters are established and things are made clear that things are serious. I really enjoyed the story and the characters presented, both old and new. The artwork was also well done, a This was a very fun read. Following immediately on from the events of Civil War, this follows the path of America’s new sanctioned force and the new recruits that will train to be in it. This was not a simple training school where despite everything, everyone turns out to be friends and everyone passes. Early on, characters are established and things are made clear that things are serious. I really enjoyed the story and the characters presented, both old and new. The artwork was also well done, although some of the faces at times felt stilted. Some knowledge of Marvel history makes enjoying and appreciating this text more worthwhile, and you really get the interconnectedness of the Marvel (616) universe when the events of World War Hulk are involved. This is one series that will be worth continuing (especially knowing what happens broadly in the Marvel 616 universe) and has the potential to be well remembered into the future.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    Some of the art in this book was terrible. Some of the storyline was terrible. Some of it wasn't. The interesting part was getting to meet some of the new younger heroes, and finding out about them. Hank Pym really has a lot of blood on his hands...Jim Rhodes sure is Tony Stark's lapdog...Captain America sure wouldn't stand for this. There's a small preview of World War Hulk which was cool, and Spider-Man being his usual self but as an outlaw... So there's good and bad, hit and miss, but Dan Slott Some of the art in this book was terrible. Some of the storyline was terrible. Some of it wasn't. The interesting part was getting to meet some of the new younger heroes, and finding out about them. Hank Pym really has a lot of blood on his hands...Jim Rhodes sure is Tony Stark's lapdog...Captain America sure wouldn't stand for this. There's a small preview of World War Hulk which was cool, and Spider-Man being his usual self but as an outlaw... So there's good and bad, hit and miss, but Dan Slott's dialogue leaves much to be desired in many ways... Not sure if I'll follow up on this or not...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Lahn

    Not a bad start to the series. Still getting to know the characters, buy they seem interesting so far. The only complaint I have is that a lot of these minor characters float in and out of the story without much to do or much introduction. I know from the Marvel wiki that characters like Slapstick and Thor Girl have been around for years, but they hardly get anything to do in this story and seem to just be there for variety.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Automation

    completely pointless tie in to bigger marvel events, not completely horrible but not great, not necessarily either so if it isn't great, whats the point? completely pointless tie in to bigger marvel events, not completely horrible but not great, not necessarily either so if it isn't great, whats the point?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tom Malinowski

    The Civil War is over and The Initiative is in place. A daring objective to put licensed heroes in each of the 50 states. We follow new cadets Cloud 9, Hardball, Komodo, Rage, Slapstick, Trauma and more. Under the tutelage of Avengers - Tigra, War Machine, Justice, Yellowjacket they try to hone these youngsters to be the next defense against the evil in the world. When tragedy strikes quickly, and there's a cover-up, cracks begin to form in The Initiative. The Marvel Universe had such a unique t The Civil War is over and The Initiative is in place. A daring objective to put licensed heroes in each of the 50 states. We follow new cadets Cloud 9, Hardball, Komodo, Rage, Slapstick, Trauma and more. Under the tutelage of Avengers - Tigra, War Machine, Justice, Yellowjacket they try to hone these youngsters to be the next defense against the evil in the world. When tragedy strikes quickly, and there's a cover-up, cracks begin to form in The Initiative. The Marvel Universe had such a unique tone when this was happening 10 years ago. Good to revisit it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Silas

    This was a fairly inconsistent book, particularly the art. The last issue's art is horrendous. The story features some less-used characters along with a few new ones, fleshing out the aftermath of the Civil War storyline, and the establishment of Fifty States Initiative, which establishes a superhero team in every state. It's an interesting idea, but doesn't really come together yet in this volume, which is seeded with hints of storylines to come, but mostly deals with young heroes training, int This was a fairly inconsistent book, particularly the art. The last issue's art is horrendous. The story features some less-used characters along with a few new ones, fleshing out the aftermath of the Civil War storyline, and the establishment of Fifty States Initiative, which establishes a superhero team in every state. It's an interesting idea, but doesn't really come together yet in this volume, which is seeded with hints of storylines to come, but mostly deals with young heroes training, interrupted by a crossover with World War Hulk that rehashes a tired story of young heroes going off against orders that I have seen many times before. I have heard that it gets better, so I will likely carry on, but this is only an average story so far.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    This got kinda stretched out because in the middle of it I realized it crossed over with the World War Hulk event and I hadn't read that yet, so I read it in order with this and a couple other spin offs. It's not bad, lots of new (to me at least) faces here with a couple old ones. Basically showing exactly why there shouldn't have been a registration act, because the government is evil. This got kinda stretched out because in the middle of it I realized it crossed over with the World War Hulk event and I hadn't read that yet, so I read it in order with this and a couple other spin offs. It's not bad, lots of new (to me at least) faces here with a couple old ones. Basically showing exactly why there shouldn't have been a registration act, because the government is evil.

  11. 4 out of 5

    eli

    i wasn’t a huge fan of this at first but it started to pick up in the second half. all of the people running camp hammond and training the younger heroes irritate the fuck outta me (except justice) but i guess they are Supposed to so i am willing to put up with it. i like most of the younger heroes they r cool

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gomezmr

    This comic is so amazing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    This is an interesting concept but so much of the book depends on events happening elsewhere, making it a bit hard to follow at times. Art is all over the place.

  14. 5 out of 5

    guanaeps

    This is the book that made me fall in love with Dan Slott and Stefano Caselli. Well worth the read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    I got this book for my birthday from my sister, but I didn't read it until somewhat recently. I wasn't really sure what to expect, so I didn't have incredibly high hopes for this book. So, when I finally got around to reading it, I was surprised at how much I loved it. Avengers: The Initiative Vol. 1: Basic Training starts out as a few miniature stories, all with different settings, introducing some of the main characters. There a several old faces from the Avengers, such as War Machine, Yellowja I got this book for my birthday from my sister, but I didn't read it until somewhat recently. I wasn't really sure what to expect, so I didn't have incredibly high hopes for this book. So, when I finally got around to reading it, I was surprised at how much I loved it. Avengers: The Initiative Vol. 1: Basic Training starts out as a few miniature stories, all with different settings, introducing some of the main characters. There a several old faces from the Avengers, such as War Machine, Yellowjacket, Justice, and the Thing. In addition, there are tons of new faces, most of them being teenagers or young adults. Some of them include Trauma, Cloud 9, MVP, Komodo, Hardball, and Slapstick. Many times, the book will randomly change setting, but it never got too confusing. The book follows the stories of many of the characters in the book, but no one person has too much time spent on them. The book is about these characters getting taken to be trained to become Avengers. There are many obstacles that have to face and battles they must fight. For example, they have to fight the Hulk and stop him from destroying New York city. There were many things I loved about the book. I think the one thing that I loved most was all of the new characters. My favorite recruit was Terrance Ward, aka Trauma. He has the power to turn into anyone's greatest fear, and I think that's pretty awesome. I recommend this book to people who like the Avengers, Marvel comics, and superheroes. -Alexandra-

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Basic Training (#1-6). Though this first volume of The Initiative is largely made up of one-shots, it tells a larger story, one part soap-opera, one part drama, of what happens to the Marvel Universe after the Civil War. The foundation of that story is a series of strongly defined characters, some of them new, some of them old. Add in some mixed motives and some moral ambiguity. Make sure to repeatedly return to the issue of the New Warriors, something that this comic would rather wonderfully sp Basic Training (#1-6). Though this first volume of The Initiative is largely made up of one-shots, it tells a larger story, one part soap-opera, one part drama, of what happens to the Marvel Universe after the Civil War. The foundation of that story is a series of strongly defined characters, some of them new, some of them old. Add in some mixed motives and some moral ambiguity. Make sure to repeatedly return to the issue of the New Warriors, something that this comic would rather wonderfully spool out over three years. Finally, add in some mysteries, like the fate of MVP and you have a very strong comic that goes beyond typical fightin' superhero fare. Even the two crossovers issues, focused on World War Hulk, are quite good because they tell their story in an unusual way and introduce yet another mystery (who is Mutant Zero!!??) and yet more moral ambiguity (with the Shadow Initiative). [5/5]

  17. 5 out of 5

    Todd

    I really wanted to rate this higher but unfortunately the World War Hulk tie-in falls a little flat and there is too much going on around the Marvel U for this to feel totally complete. I do really like the characters though. Gauntlet makes a great soldier power rather than superhero. Hardball is a bit of a cliche but he has potential. Cloud9 is my favorite here. She's obviously in over her head. She's the poster child for why the Initiative will eventually be taken down. All she wants to do is f I really wanted to rate this higher but unfortunately the World War Hulk tie-in falls a little flat and there is too much going on around the Marvel U for this to feel totally complete. I do really like the characters though. Gauntlet makes a great soldier power rather than superhero. Hardball is a bit of a cliche but he has potential. Cloud9 is my favorite here. She's obviously in over her head. She's the poster child for why the Initiative will eventually be taken down. All she wants to do is fly. The adults are the worst. Gyrich shouldn't have any power left. He's been around so long and had so many mistakes. Pym is Pym (well kind of as we shall learn later). Rhodes is just here to remind us that he's military Iron Man.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Meepelous

    Probably closer to one star, but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt since this is obviously part of a much larger plot arc. EVERYTHING about this book made me uncomfortable. Lots of unnecessarily sexualized female characters and pro conformity/military/government propaganda in buckets. Although the later is conditional on the over arching plot so maybe not? I guess I should read civil war or something but since I came to this from the irredeemable ant-man I'm not sure how much of this I can Probably closer to one star, but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt since this is obviously part of a much larger plot arc. EVERYTHING about this book made me uncomfortable. Lots of unnecessarily sexualized female characters and pro conformity/military/government propaganda in buckets. Although the later is conditional on the over arching plot so maybe not? I guess I should read civil war or something but since I came to this from the irredeemable ant-man I'm not sure how much of this I can take. I would also like to point out that while the art for most of the book is acceptable. The last chapter is shamefully horrible! Marvel is one of the largest comic book publishers in America and they accept this crap?

  19. 4 out of 5

    John Wiswell

    Dan Slott's best writing in some years, restoring some of my faith to him after very disappointing work on other Marvel books. He rapidly introduces aspiring young heroes and jaded empowered youth, putting them through a bootcamp where many of their adult superiors have more issues than they do. It's one part innocent fun and one part horrible gravity, leaving the book very difficult to predict and complusively readable. Most of the established heroes only serve in cameo roles surrounding origin Dan Slott's best writing in some years, restoring some of my faith to him after very disappointing work on other Marvel books. He rapidly introduces aspiring young heroes and jaded empowered youth, putting them through a bootcamp where many of their adult superiors have more issues than they do. It's one part innocent fun and one part horrible gravity, leaving the book very difficult to predict and complusively readable. Most of the established heroes only serve in cameo roles surrounding original characters and older, minor characters who never got the chance to flourish before The Initiative. Easily the best product of Civil War's many convoluted results.

  20. 5 out of 5

    B

    I previously read issue number 1 of this series of Comixology and was super-interested in what happened next. Having read the remainder of this book, I now think that this series suffers from following too many characters. Issue number 1 really makes it seem like we're going to follow Cloud 9 and maybe Gauntlet. But instead we have so many snippets from so many characters that it feels like a cliche parade. All stories are cliches (or as the Internets would put it "tropes") strung together. But I previously read issue number 1 of this series of Comixology and was super-interested in what happened next. Having read the remainder of this book, I now think that this series suffers from following too many characters. Issue number 1 really makes it seem like we're going to follow Cloud 9 and maybe Gauntlet. But instead we have so many snippets from so many characters that it feels like a cliche parade. All stories are cliches (or as the Internets would put it "tropes") strung together. But without allowing the reader to get close to any one character, there's no attachment that covers up the tropiness.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sookie

    Bunch of kids with superpower get roped (read harassed) into joining the initiative as per government directive. Government exercises a propaganda with a Nazi scientist, scientist with questionable decision making capacity, a tool of a politician and the worst possible drill Sargent. The new cadets come with old tropes and known comic book cliches. Being mildly entertaining and generally pointless in large scheme of things, this can be skipped. If its the post Civil War arcs one is looking for t Bunch of kids with superpower get roped (read harassed) into joining the initiative as per government directive. Government exercises a propaganda with a Nazi scientist, scientist with questionable decision making capacity, a tool of a politician and the worst possible drill Sargent. The new cadets come with old tropes and known comic book cliches. Being mildly entertaining and generally pointless in large scheme of things, this can be skipped. If its the post Civil War arcs one is looking for then move along to Dark Reign or Secret Wars. Hopefully the follow-up events post Civil War won't fall flat this bad.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Neil

    I hate Civil War I find the entire premise to be a slap in the face to my thirty years of reading Marvel comics. I really enjoyed The Initiative. The characters were interesting, the story was heavy when it needed to be and had the characteristic Slott lightheartedness when it was appropriate. It was tied to previous Marvel continuity in ways that made me feel at home and the art was pleasing to the eye. Whilst it wasn't so bowel-rendingly good as to have me add it to my DC dominated pull-list, it i I hate Civil War I find the entire premise to be a slap in the face to my thirty years of reading Marvel comics. I really enjoyed The Initiative. The characters were interesting, the story was heavy when it needed to be and had the characteristic Slott lightheartedness when it was appropriate. It was tied to previous Marvel continuity in ways that made me feel at home and the art was pleasing to the eye. Whilst it wasn't so bowel-rendingly good as to have me add it to my DC dominated pull-list, it is definitely something I will be 'reading in trades' from now on.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michael Alexander

    I had taken a break from comics, right around the time that Civil War was wrapping up. I never got a chance to really see what the aftermath of it was. I had heard of The Initiative, and really dug the idea. Finally getting a chance to read some of it, it's good but not great. I know the whole point was to get the spotlight on some of the lower tier characters, but it was hard for me to get in to. Granted, this was only the first 6 issues, so it may get great later on. I'll just have to see. I had taken a break from comics, right around the time that Civil War was wrapping up. I never got a chance to really see what the aftermath of it was. I had heard of The Initiative, and really dug the idea. Finally getting a chance to read some of it, it's good but not great. I know the whole point was to get the spotlight on some of the lower tier characters, but it was hard for me to get in to. Granted, this was only the first 6 issues, so it may get great later on. I'll just have to see.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    I really like this idea. Young heroes, some new some forgotten, trained by the best to be the best. Interesting premise with a handful of twists and turns. I enjoyed Slott's dialogue and the art was good until the last chapter of the trade by Steve Uy, which was disappointing. The drawback for me here was that the book suffers from almost too many characters as it is hard at times to keep everyone straight and the book is involved in other events in the Marvel Universe taking away from the chara I really like this idea. Young heroes, some new some forgotten, trained by the best to be the best. Interesting premise with a handful of twists and turns. I enjoyed Slott's dialogue and the art was good until the last chapter of the trade by Steve Uy, which was disappointing. The drawback for me here was that the book suffers from almost too many characters as it is hard at times to keep everyone straight and the book is involved in other events in the Marvel Universe taking away from the characters growth and spotlight. Overall, a really good book that could be excellent in time.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Fate's Lady

    I am just starting to get into comics, and without all of the background on things like M-Day, World War Hulk, and about a million other things, I had no idea what was going on. I was obviously following a bunch of super-hero recruit kids, but because the background events relied so heavily on events in other books, it was pretty disjointed and annoying, and since characters were mostly recycled from other series, we didn't get much history or personality from them at all; I was just supposed to I am just starting to get into comics, and without all of the background on things like M-Day, World War Hulk, and about a million other things, I had no idea what was going on. I was obviously following a bunch of super-hero recruit kids, but because the background events relied so heavily on events in other books, it was pretty disjointed and annoying, and since characters were mostly recycled from other series, we didn't get much history or personality from them at all; I was just supposed to already know and like them, I guess.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    A very sturdy success that depends on being entrenched in Marvel continuity and orthodoxy. New, possibly-seen-before superpowered brats try to learn how to harness their powers. The format of the book allows for a a revolving cast and plenty of guest-stars and crossovers, but the main story involving what happens to MVP is interesting. Dan Slott writes mainstream Marvel great. A very sturdy success that depends on being entrenched in Marvel continuity and orthodoxy. New, possibly-seen-before superpowered brats try to learn how to harness their powers. The format of the book allows for a a revolving cast and plenty of guest-stars and crossovers, but the main story involving what happens to MVP is interesting. Dan Slott writes mainstream Marvel great.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    I picked this up not really knowing what they were about, I just knew that Dan Slott was a great writer and the volumes were fairly priced at Vintage Villains. Basically this is part of the aftermath of the Civil War, and it honestly surpasses the Civil War in a lot of ways. I love the art, the characters, and pretty much everything about this first volume. I'm looking forward to diving into the next one. I picked this up not really knowing what they were about, I just knew that Dan Slott was a great writer and the volumes were fairly priced at Vintage Villains. Basically this is part of the aftermath of the Civil War, and it honestly surpasses the Civil War in a lot of ways. I love the art, the characters, and pretty much everything about this first volume. I'm looking forward to diving into the next one.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nicky

    This book really took me by surprise. It's easily the best Marvel stuff I've read in a decade or longer. Many classic characters such as Henry Pym and Tony Stark are fairly well written even though thoroughly unlikeable. The new characters such as MVP, Cloud 9, Hardball, Trauma, and Komodo have some interesting personalities and intriguing plots woven around them. This book really took me by surprise. It's easily the best Marvel stuff I've read in a decade or longer. Many classic characters such as Henry Pym and Tony Stark are fairly well written even though thoroughly unlikeable. The new characters such as MVP, Cloud 9, Hardball, Trauma, and Komodo have some interesting personalities and intriguing plots woven around them.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Noah Soudrette

    Wow, you wouldn't think an Avengers title with almost no Avengers in it, that spun off of Civil War would be so good, but it is! We follow a class of new recruits being trained at the Initiative facility in Stamford Connecticut. The characters here are perfectly detailed and the plot has a nice number of twists and turns to keep one on their toes. Make mine Marvel! Wow, you wouldn't think an Avengers title with almost no Avengers in it, that spun off of Civil War would be so good, but it is! We follow a class of new recruits being trained at the Initiative facility in Stamford Connecticut. The characters here are perfectly detailed and the plot has a nice number of twists and turns to keep one on their toes. Make mine Marvel!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mitchell

    Some interesting new characters. But it's hard to take anything about the 50-state initiative program seriously. That and it is so obviously at best flawed and at worse evil. I kind of like the marginal crossover with the New Warriors with the NW graffiti. But the Hulk army crossover was kind of silly. Good enough art and writing though. And the use of Dani as a mentor worked pretty well. Some interesting new characters. But it's hard to take anything about the 50-state initiative program seriously. That and it is so obviously at best flawed and at worse evil. I kind of like the marginal crossover with the New Warriors with the NW graffiti. But the Hulk army crossover was kind of silly. Good enough art and writing though. And the use of Dani as a mentor worked pretty well.

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