And then, Secret Avengers got weird(er).
- The team is scattered to the winds.
- But they keep hearing the same thing: Tlön and the Great Culling are on their way.
- Also, Maria Hill is pretty sure that M.O.D.O.K. is actually behind everything, and he DOES have a secret.
- Also, Deadpool drops in to comment on the nature of reality, which is more thematically appropriate than he lets on.
- The book’s second act is far stranger than its first, but its pieces do begin to come together; and having read the series before, it is satisfying to see how they fit together knowing what’s coming next.
- Walsh and Wilson’s art is stylish, weird, and funny; and I love it.
Secret Avengers wears its weirdness on its sleeve. It’s a lot of fun and well worth a read.
- Secret Avengers, Vol. 2: The Labyrinth (#6-10)
Writer: Ales Kot | Artist: Michael Walsh | Colorist: Matthew Wilson | Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles | Covers: Tradd Moore, Matthew Wilson | Assistant Editor: Jon Moisan | Editor: Wil Moss