But I don't really care about The Hulk's new look, or Iron Heart's new look. That felt like a really forced scene, too, but it got better once they got a mission: to help a small African village with water issues, if I'm remembering correctly.
Very liberal, very open to diversity, this series talks about a lot of real world issues, couching them in fictional places and people to not target any one country or people in particular. But I like that it does tackle real world issues with a good deal of thought given as to how to do so.
And to be quite, well, frank, I didn't see that ending coming. I don't think anyone realized he was going after Hydra, though. So the dynamics changed at the end.
The first part of this comic is Iron Punisher going after Baron Zemo, and the rest is Zemo vs. Punisher vs. Avengers (or former Avengers.)
Anyway, it was a fun time all around. Although I have one question: why does Castle know Hunger Games but not Star Wars?
And has the same problem the previous issue did: far, far too heavy handed. I still love how optimistic and cheerful and helpful this group is, without losing sight of the fact that they have to question what's good and bad and who's good and bad and be willing to change along with their understanding of the world.
Very left leaning, very liberal, but my thing. So long as they don't shit on Israel like so-called progressives like to do, I'm good with left leaning liberalism.
I love this series so far. Deadpool has a weapon that can stop a Celestial on Earth. But he'll only help if the Avengers hire him, which they won't.
The real question is why are they cool with him not remembering everything after he literally made them barf all over NYC.
Funny, lighter than the last series, and I'm enjoying this new direction!