This was an enjoyable read even if the Avengers DID look incompetantly bad, though, to make Frank look good.
Spider-man's joke about getting her name right was funny - but upon reconsideration it's curious how he knew that was a quirk of hers.
Cap was NOT funny. I didn't like his portrayal. What kind of planning and character analysis is he content with here? He sent in Thor to give a Marine a pep talk to do the honorable thing and break Rachel out of jail? Huh? Then he praises Punisher(the fugitive)'s loyalties anticipating he will break the law. Then he misjudges horribly what number and what specific Avengers (from the much bigger lineup) to call in for this stake out (better suited for the Secret Avengers). He sidelines Iron Man for being bullet-proof. Huh? He is only miffed for Wolverine's alleged insubordination. Huh? And as mentioned above leaving ONLY Spidey to guard a virtually unguarded Rachel at the courthouse. Huh? Terrible strategizing by him yet again. No wonder it's taking him longer than a year to get to Zola.