With only one possible misstep in its entire run, Young Avengers has been an incredible ride. The end is in site and the battle with Mother commences. Most of this book however is the calm, before the storm. The knowing that the end is upon these characters runs through the minds of reader and Avenger alike. For anybody jumping on hoping to know what the hell is going on is probably going to throw you for one hell of a loop as all the threats from the past year come hurtling down towards a singularity known only as the Demiurge.
After a lifetime of decisions both good and bad, Clint and Barney Barton have to realize they are brothers and ultimately, they’re the only ones who can save one another. I mean if they don’t kill each other first. Good luck with that, Barton brothers.
Molecule Man? If you can hear me, please destroy Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Either that, or make the writing better.
Look, up in the sky! Is it a bird? NO! Is it a plane? NO! Is it a Superman parody who may or may not be clinically insane, leading to an unintentionally hilarious episode? YES!
Go west, young lady! Kate Bishop heads to Los Angeles — to get away from New York, life, and Clint Barton? But NOT trouble! But Madame Masque is hanging out at poolside with the rich and famous as well! Who is Kate Bishop? Find out alongside Kate Bishop herself as a wild new status quo comes to HAWKEYE.
Dr. Doom makes his second appearance within Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, if you count his shrouded cameo in the pilot as an appearance.
Reeling from the events of the last issue, even Hawkeye wants to know what his new status quo is. Who’s with him? Who’s against him? Who’s trying to kill him and why? So many dang questions! And just when Clint’s rock bottom couldn’t arrive fast enough… “Then Came Barney.”