She's brought eternal night to all the Earth - all the worlds, in fact. And Voyager, from the previous comic-a-week event, must gather together Avengers - and at least one Guardian of the Galaxy - to stop her.
Except now they seem to be scattered - or maybe in hell? - and apparently living out their most horrible scenarios. Mother of Night is shattered, her soul scattered across the universe and she assures them she is at her weakest. She still wipes them out with barely any effort, not to mention her children, all with the fraction of her power but still formidable opponents.
I peeked at the next issue, and it seems to be, yay, Rocket centered. The first issue was set up, and this issue was narrated by Hawkeye, Clint Barton version. The next one seems to go over what happens to Rocket. Still, it's a Vision and Rocket maxi-series, so I'm pleased to be reading this. In fact, a new one will come out my birthday week, so yay!
But it's another weekly comic, and it stars Rocket and Vision. Yay! My two favorite Marvel boys are... playing together.
And I mean, because I'm super adult:
For a second, Rocket was inside Vision. Marvel sure is weird about sexual innuendo, and actual sex.
And yet, still like 1/100th as weird as Savage Dragon, so I needed a break from the weirder porn-y stuff.
It's clever enough to keep me engaged, even if I feel it lets down both of these fandoms that I love a little. Just a tad.
Still, I'm amused by Fort Tiberius, and I own all the next two issues - up to the end of the series - so I'll certainly keep on, y'know, trucking until then. It's funny because Kirk's crew didn't know what a truck was when they met Optimus.
No, scratch that, I just think it's funny because so tired and burnt out.