If anything sticks out at the moment, it's the appearances by established Marvel villains. As with issue #1, the Red Skull segment feels completely divorced from anything occurring elsewhere in the book. Meanwhile, the involvement of Bullseye and Lady Bullseye is a bit forced. Casey handles his characters and their collective desire to supplant the older generation well enough that these appearances become superfluous. Read Full Review
Recommended again with a caveat. This book was better overall. It was less confusing as a stand alone story, but as part of a larger story in this mini, things still seem to be missing the target. I do believe it fits well with the rest of the mini-series though, so if you are a collector and/or like the story line, this issue might be for you. Read Full Review
Joe Casey is doing to the Marvel Universe what Tyler Durden did to kid's flicks. You have to pay close attention, and not blink, and you'll get your perverse delight. Casey fans will love this because it's just what he says he'll set out to do. There's a wicked pleasure seeing this book occur in the same playing field as the usual friendly standbys. It's like someone just relieved themselves in the office watercooler and live streamed the rest of the day. "Vengeance" is a fun book, it's certainly well made, but it's going to have to work to find its audience. Read Full Review
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