Marvel Legacy #1 -- It was okay. It worked. There isn't a lot of story here, and what story there is could probably be told in about 22 pages -- Loki sends a team of Frost Giants to Earth to steal an artifact from a SHIELD facility, whereupon they're met by Thor, Falcon, and Ironheart, and meanwhile Ghost Rider goes to South Africa (as a dream/sleep drive, somehow crossing oceans) and is attacked by Star Brand who is trying to keep from from waking something buried there. Everything else about the issue that bulks it out amounts to a one or two page blurb showing readers the post-Secret Empire set-up for various Marvel characters. The prologue with the "Avengers" of 1 million BCE works in a vacuum on its own terms (ie., ignore history, anthropology, and biology), the framing device for the issue didn't work for me (as I have no emotional investment in those characters), the big character return near the end was fine, and there's a big Kirby-esque idea at the heart of this (which made me think of 2001 rather than the Eternals, to be honest). It didn't resonate for me the way DC Universe Rebirth #1 did. There were no moments where I went, "Oh my god," like I did with DC's similarly positioned book. But Marvel Legacy #1 accomplishes similar things; the characters recognize how fucked up things are and yearn for happier times. It's more course correction than bold new direction, imho.