For The Masters Of Evil. I remember him saying that his favorite Avengers storyline was the classic Under Siege. So, I definitely would have really liked to have seen that story, as Geoff does really well with the villains and the bad guys. You can tell that he cares for the DC characters more (So do Grant Morrison and Mark Millar, for that matter.), but I was really excited when I heard that. Does anyone know what else he had planned for the book?
Rather than have Austen? You betcha!
Johns wasn't great, but he was good-- the only real "bad" point was the Hank/Janet sex scene, I think. But I'm still mostly in favour of that.