This is the further adventures of the Avengers from the M2 universe, most notable as the home of the Spider-Girl comics. They had their own continuing series back when, but more recently have been stuck with guest appearances in Spider-Girl and a couple of limited series.
The Avengers are down to about half-strength, with several of their members injured, retired or in the case of Kevin Masterson (aka Thunderstrike), depowered. The remaining team members debate whether to disband, and if they stay together, what recruitment strategy to follow.
Meanwhile, a mysterious young man steals something from the mansion's medical lab. He (Warp) then teleports away to meet his clients, an ugly old woman in an orange pantsuit, and a huge fellow in a purple pimp outfit (face carefully hidden, but longtime readers will have no trouble figuring out who he is.)
American Dream and Kevin wonder why anyone would want old Avenger tissue samples. Their discussion is interrupted by the arrival of Sabreclaw, one of the Avengers' longtime enemies. He claims to have reformed somewhat, and wants to join the team.
He quickly gets a chance to show off his chops, when the Mansion is attacked by zombified versions of many past Avengers. A general call goes out, and Blue Streak & J2 quickly join the fight. Spider-Girl gets the message as well, but since she no longer has a costume (see her own series for details), May has to assemble her Hoodie Girl outfit.
The Avengers fight a pretty even battle with the zombies, and we learn that the old woman from earlier is responsible for animating the duplicates. Meanwhile, Warp and the big guy use the distraction to slip inside the mansion.
The Avengers are beginning to tire as the intruders confront Kevin, who reveals that the big guy is someone he already knows.
Spider-Girl finally arrives and distracts the Hag enough to disrupt the simulacrum spell. The old woman beats a hasty retreat, and the Avengers regroup, only to learn that Kevin's been kidnapped.
A fairly decent issue, not great but perfectly decent, and at least it's about Avengers who are an actual team.