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Enfolded in a conversation between Black Panther and Odin, the story set-up in this Avengers tale grabbed me almost immediately. There is enough detail to intrigue the reader and stir up an interest in the Avengers arc that follows. It's impossible not to see where the stories and characters have been influenced by the cinematic universe over the last few years, which gives a sense of familiarity to some characters while giving a bit of a jolt to readers well-versed in the canon that existed prior to the films. Perhaps that is just in this issue, intended, as it seems, to be an introduction to the comic books through the beginning of this story arc.
Having already read the six issues of Captain America's current title that have published at the time of this writing, the second story, setting up that story arc, was a bit anti-climactic for me. But, for readers who have not yet delved into that title, it should serve as a mysterious tease of the story. There is less of the connection to the cinematic universe in this tale, coming as it does on the heels of the Secret Empire arc and Steve's attempts to deal with his personal issues after that crossover