Secret Avengers (2014) #2

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• Earth is in danger. Massive decommissioned S.H.I.E.L.D. satellites are about to fall on us all. It’s a P.R. nightmare in the making! • Speaking of things falling from space: Nick Fury and special agent Phil Coulson are about to die painfully. • Unless Hawkeye, Black Widow and Spider-Woman save them! • Maria Hill is wounded. The hitman made it personal. Hill’s potential savior? M.O.D.O.K.!
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960608052600211
  • FOC Date: Mar 26, 2014
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Well, Coulson and Fury had very little to do here, the other three "Heroes" pretty much only had to annoy each other, get to point A and press switch B. The most anyone did was actually M.O.D.O.K., with his brilliant plan of taking out the the way, I do hope we get to know his reasons and methods, because else this would've been even more pointless. Maria Hill was portrayed quite well, I might add...though the ending line was clearly just trailer fodder, and painfully so.

Overall: Though I like the setup, I'm not quite convinced by the execution...since I can read them free with Unlimited, I'm going to continue reading this for now, but I really hope it picks up with #3.

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That's pretty insensitive of Hawkeye making the Invasion of the Body Snatchers comment to Spiderwoman.  He should know how much that would upset her considering the whole Skrull Queen thing.  Too out of character for him especially as they dated (and were still dating or recently broken up or who knows when this comic came out)

I wish I read this when it first came out.  I would have sent a letter complaining about that.  End nerd rant.


Huge error in this issue that I can't believe was not caught, considering the writers and editors usually have a good grasp of science. The book opens showing the flying car that Widow, Spider Woman, and Hawkeye are in as being "2,196 miles up and rising", but yet they are not in space yet, as clouds were seen whipping by. What? The Karman Line, the accepted definition of where space starts by the FIA is just 62 miles up. NASA started Space Shuttle re-entires at 76 miles up. Low earth orbit is between 100 miles and 1200 miles up, which is where the ISS and all other manned spacecraft have orbited. 2,196 miles would therefore have put the flying car well into medium earth orbit. Reed Richards, Tony Stark, Bruce Banner, Hank Pym, and Peter Parker would be ashamed of such scientific negligence.


Part of the reason why I won't buy the new Secret Avengers is that the artwork makes it look like a kids cartoon. If I don't like the art I won't even bother picking up the book.