I'd love it if NA turned out a book featuring teen/young characters, but I don't think it's gonna happen. Probably a couple of the YA/AA students will feature, but that'll be it, IMO.
I'm not Captain America, but I wish I was.
Captain Universe is not Monica Rambeau. Monica Rambeau is not in Avengers.
Looking forward to Avengers by Hickman.
And is good to see that there will not be story arcs that take forever to be resolved in the Avengers.
"The way I've set this up is we'll do bigger stories where our entire cast or almost all of our cast take part in a really big adventure.We'll do around three-issue arcs of bigger stories, and then we'll do three done-in-one issues where we focus on a smaller group of characters,"
Thats something i apreciate in the comics.
The larger cast of the Avengers is a promising concept to be explored and the way the team is steping up to be a more pro active team to deal with world menaces is cool.
This looks like a set of great Avengers stories in the making.
Pull List:Daredevil,Daredevil:Dark Nights,Infinity,Swamp Thing,Uncanny Avengers,Superior Spider-Man,Thor,New Avengers,Phantom Stranger,Superior Foes of Spider-Man.
I'm guessing new Avengers is going to be a mix of Avengers Accademy and Young Avengers. It will be where the 'Graduates' end up.
I've been burned too many times by Marvel over the past decade to be optimistic about this relaunch, but I'll give the first issue a shot. Hopefully Hickman can wash away the taint of the Bendis years quickly and create an Avengers title worth reading.
I've enjoyed Hickman's creator-owned books but wasn't really impressed with his FF run. I feel that his character work is sometimes lacking but his ideas are excellent. This interview doesn't do much to excite me as there is very little detail presented but he at least seems to understand the concept of the Avengers, at least better than his predecessor did.
You know, depending how it looks, I might pick this up.