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The Hulk as an Agent of T.I.M.E. arc continues and this issue sees Hulk in Camelot. This book, like Thor: God of Thunder, has yet to disappoint me and I look forward to seeing this Banner/Hulk in the MCU.
The focus here is on the group of heroes led by Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers and their interrogation by the builders. Avengers has had a few iffy issues but the tie-ins to Infinity are not among them. Solid issue from a very solid book that promises to see some changes after the events of Infinity.
Mighty Avengers #1
Yes, yes, yes. The return of Luke Cage...that's all you had to say for me to want to check out this book. Basically Cage leads a squad of heroes on to protect the Earth from Thanos and his forces while the A-list Avengers are off on their Cosmic jaunt. This is more about giving some other heroes a chance to get back into people's minds than anything and I think it is a great idea. Looking forward to more of this title and more Cage. Can't get enough!
Captain America #11 NOW 2013 *Marvel Comics*
Rick Remender bring Cap back from Dimension Z and, honestly, back to being interesting. This is probably the best book in this series so far. While Cap is out of Dimension Z he has not escaped the events of it. I am thrilled to see this title take a turn for the better and it starts with this issue.
INFINITY #3 (OF 6)
With this we are halfway through what I believe to be Marvel's most ambitious crossover event yet. This book is out 9/18.
Next week will also give us Thor: God of Thunder #13, which sees the return of Malekith to the pages of the comics just in time for his big screen debut, New Avengers #10 (an Infinity tie-in), a few X-books continuing the Battle of the Atom, a new Captain Marvel and Daredevil #31 featuring the return of The Jester...