A month ago the blog went dark.
No new posts and no talking comics.
Rumor has it that it became a dark time in many people's lives.
Well the story is kind of simple; it was Sponsor Wars time. And if you don't know what that's about, be thankful and just move on to the latter part of this blog. For those of you who do appreciate the roleplaying challenge of being victorious in Sponsor Wars, you must understand how much time and attention it took for me to emerge victorious for the second year in a row. Sadly I had to leave that douchebag Genocide in the dust this time around.
Alright.....the explanation's out of the way, and we're on to the secret.
And it's a good one.
This is for the math geeks out there: Secret Avengers > Avengers.
I picked up Secret Avengers #1 because I've enjoyed Ed's work on Captain America and I felt like I should give him a chance to show me that he can manage the "black ops" team of Avengers who do the jobs that the rest of the world cannot know about. Unlike the first issue of Avengers, this one is something worth writing home about. It had a better pace, and a feel that seemed to be more on the mark.
As of right now, this is the Avengers book I'm going to be recommending to people.