In the wake of Siege, the Avengers track down the hood to make him pay.
The GoodTwo words... Bryan Hitch. Every comic he does is a blockbuster and this is no exception. The landscapes feel expansive, the panels are iconic, the characters look like real people. He's a living legend. Bendis' writing style matches Hitch's storytelling surprisingly well and there was a great sense of both realism and spectacle to this whole special. Luke Cage is, more or less, the star of this book and you can really get behind his drawing a line in the sand over the Hood's escape. Also, the reveal of how Cage decides to "play it smart" is really memorable.
As great as Hitch's work is, the procession of guest pin-ups at the end by the likes of Leinil Francis Yu, Steve McNiven and others is a real treat. A great way to sum up the past six issues of storylines (even if Cage's whole accompanying monologue gets a little meandering).