Still not crazy about these huge events. They usually try to shoehorn something in or are too bombastic for me, or... something. I just don't tend to like them. I'll take a tightly written smaller arc in an ongoing title over events like this any day of the week.
But Vision and Rocket, so, yeah, I was gonna see this through somehow.
That being said, I'm still holding out hope. I'm not sure why this isn't working for me as well, although I suspect it's an even heavier hand as far as message storytelling here. I'm mostly holding out on this one because of Viv: I still love her as a character, even when I'm not crazy about her team's dynamics.
Okay, so I was obsessed with Red Tornado, an obsession that DC stopped fueling which is part of the reason I'm not as heavily into rebirth as I could be. (I know, I know, I'm in the minority and I'm not saying DC isn't right, just that it doesn't draw me in.)
But the plots, the dialogue, and the art are... not what I expect from comics anymore. Just way too juvenile. I mean everything. Would I suggest this series to someone? I mean, not even if they were obsessed with Red Tornado. I was craving more of him last month and tried to reread these and jus couldn't...
Another miss for me in Marvel-land. I used to lap everything up, and now not so much. This is another huge event, and events are burning me out. Not to mention, I lost my appetite for everything Wolverine when they killed him off, and I'm not into his supposedly huge return.
I did like some of this, like how they protected Wolverine's remains, which they knew would be a prize for many a super villain or mad scientist who could do so many awful things with them. But, still meh on this all.