I used to like the Avengers books until OMD confused the hell out of them. I guess there is no point in picking up any more issues as the ones I already bought have been rendered dysfunctional.
> > > http://www.comicbookresources.com/columns/index.cgi?column=pipeline&article=2956
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> > > Apologies for the long link but I'll be a wheatcake eatin' fool if this doesn't actually sound plausible. . .
> > The hullaballoo over the end of the marriage will be over in a couple of months. Indeed most of the feedback I've seen across the net on #546 is broadly positive - at least 70/30. Marvel got this kind of flak over "Avengers Disassembled" and yet in the three years since they have only ever moved forward...
> Yes, but the New Avengers and Mighty Avengers is probably the worst rubbish on the market right now. In my opinion there is no Avengers book anymore. I hope this doesn't happen to Spiderman also. Strong start that quickly fades into crap because Marvel no longer thinks beyond the next story arc that they can quickly release as a trade or fancy hardcover. They have ruined the Avengers and Iron Man with their short sited ideas. How will they hype the Iron Man movie now that they have turned Stark into a self righteous ass. Oh, I know. Just before summer we'll make everyone forget that Civil War happened. No problem.
> I used to like the Avengers books until OMD confused the hell out of them. I guess there is no point in picking up any more issues as the ones I already bought have been rendered dysfunctional.
The marriage was referred to in approximately two issues. And it was pivotal to the plot in exactly none of them. So, how have any of them been rendered disfunctional?