Has anyone read this yet? I don't read any Avenger titles mainly because I don't like the writing style of Bendis. I picked this up only because I'm a Wonder Man fan. That being said after reading the issue I was reminded as to why I don't like Bendis writing. There was no character development for any of the Revengers or Avengers except for a few snide comments here and there. You would think that characters like Thing who is one of Wondy's best friends and Spider Man would try to reason with Wondy. Only Ms Marvel tried to talk to Wondy and get him to stop the assault. At the end you ask yourself what was the purpose of it all? Does Wondy expect the Avengers to just disband after all is said and done? The only positive thing about the issue is Wondy looking like a effective leader and the team following his instructions.
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