: It's as though he knows that Marvel will let
: him do whatever he wants, so he just nabs
: any title they'll give him and uses it
: however he pleases. If they offer him a
: Spider-Man title, but he really wants to
: write a Man-Thing series, he'll just take
: the Spider-Man book and use it to write his
: Man-Thing stories. Are they going to stop
: him? Probably not, if his Mighty Avengers
: But Not Really is any indication.
You are exaggerating a bit. The first two arcs of MIGHTY AVENGERS were about the Mighty Avengers team; it is only for this one crossover arc where he is doing something different. And even then, the stories are still focusing on Avengers (like Hank Pym) and their supporting characters (like Maria Hill) or tying up loose ends from other Avengers stories (like the Elektra thing)--as well as including MA members in small roles and cameos (Wasp, Ares, Spider-Woman, etc).
So, although the actual Mighty Avengers team has not been in the current arc, he is still tell Avengers-related stories in an Avengers book.
: See, normally when there is a big crossover
: thing like this, each tie-in book is used to
: show what the title character/team is doing
: during the event.
Yes. But in this case, both of the Avengers teams are in the middle of the action in the main event book, so focusing a tie-in issue on them doing the same thing would be very redundant--much like the WONDER MAN issues that tied into Infinity War; in many cases those issues were just reruns of entire scenes from the latest INFINITY WAR issue.
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