cafeterialoca's Avengers: The Initiative #35 - The Hammer Falls, Conclusion review

Last Issue

I think the last issue handle what was on its plate very well, even if it wasn't exactly a bang.
It was nice to see everything just start to wind down and the wrap up of the leftover matter.  It was nice to see the rookie recruits again and Taskmaster dissing Osborn on his way out.
Overall, solid way to end the series, though the art felt a little odd here and there.


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