The battle for the eye continues as a super-powered Wolverine battles Agamotto in the light dimension.
There is some great and a bit trippy artwork in the light dimension by Stuart Immonen (pencils), Wade Von Grawbadger (ink), Laura Martin, and Rain Beredo (colors). This was the most entertaining aspect of the issue. I'm usually not the biggest fan of the mystical aspects of comics, but this was a pretty cool issue with a lot of fun fight scenes. Aside from that, I wasn't too excited about this book though. It was just "okay," and it was a quick read.
It's one of my least favorite cover trends... "Someone on this cover will die!" (It's Wolverine... j/k) I think the cover would have been fine on it's own without the giant block lettering on the bottom. And yes, someone does die, and it's a bummer to me. As of right now, this is my least favorite of the on-going Avengers books, but it has the most potential. Nothing really grabbed me here, other than the light dimension art.
The Verdict 3.5 - Borrow
Jump in on the next issue because a new storyline will be starting, and it's most likely going to be all mystical related stories. It should be pretty good, but as for this issue, you're really not missing too much other than the death of a character.