Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Brandon Peterson
Color Artist: Paul Mounts
Letterer: Cory Petit
Publisher: Marvel Comics (Dan Buckley)
Release Date: May 15th, 2013
This issue focused heavily on the repercussions of what Sue Storm and Logan did in the past. There wasn't a ton of forward momentum in the sense of the Age of Ultron, but a lot of movement in the world that our heroes are now trapped in. It is impressive to see how the death of one man can lead to so much crap and allow for a single villain to gain so much power but this isn't exactly what I was expecting from this event.
I can't help but feel that a lot of this middle stuff is going to be unnecessary. There seems to be a pull for Sue and Logan to bounce back, stop themselves from killing Pym and then figuring out some other way to help their friends in their own timeline which would make this issue and the last relatively pointless. I do hope that everything ties together neatly in the end but I am beginning to lose a little faith.
Oh well, eight issues in with the main story and quite a few tie-ins it is impossible to give up now. I hope we get some sort of explosive conclusion. Once again, I am not saying that I am not interested in this event, it is just that it was supposed to have massive ramifications to the Marvel Universe and I fail to see how that is going to be the case.