Just read this today, so sorry for the delay in posting this.
WWH : Aftersmash sets the scene, with both the escape of Cho and Herc, and the Warbound.
Following on from that, Cho and Herc are hunted down, and caught. Herc is told by his brother to join Shield, where Ares would tell Herc what Herc has to do to work off all the damage he did to a helicarrier, and Herc throws Ares through the wall into the tent where Cho is being intervued
See, this is where I didn't understand what Greg Pak did with Cho. Gabby Jones explained to Cho to help with a plan to relocate 100,000 displaced people from New Jersey, but Cho throws it in Jones face. Yet in WWH aftersmash, Cho was willing to help when asked. It's a contradiction. And when Herc and Cho do escape, what does Cho come up with as a plan? To destroy Shield. It makes no sense.
What could have made Cho behave like this was Jones' guilt trip he was laying on Cho, about all the poor little people losing their homes and businesses - Gabby crying in his coffee about other peoples problems, but NOBODY cared that Chos whole family was wiped out. Instead, Shield want to own Cho, and Cho suspects, Shield will use him to be their weapon against other nations, so he scampers.
It seems there is some left over issues between Ares, Hercules, and some birds, that will be worked out in the next issue. But if Greg Pak goes the way I think he is heading, Pak will be walking Herc through the Hell that made Herc murder his own wife and children. Jones makes this big song and dance about Herc siding with the Hulk in WWH and how Herc is so misguided about the Hulk and what happened to Hulks family. But there is Hercules, being told by his brother about the killing of Hercs wife and kids, (also Ares' family), so we may be getting an expose' on the background of how Hercules murdered his whole family (not extended family).