Re: Marvel Now/ReEvolution Ongoing Discussion (Spoilers) Next week... Astonishing X-Men #59 Avengers Arena #5 Avenging Spider-Man #17 Deadpool Killustrated #2 FF #4 Gambit #9 Guardians of the Galaxy #0.1 Hawkeye #8 Journey Into Mystery #649 Marvel Universe Ultimate Spider-Man #11 Punisher War Zone #5 Thunderbolts #5 Ultimate Comics X-Men #23 Uncanny Avengers #4 Uncanny X-Men #2 Uncanny X-Force #2 X-Men Legacy #6 X-Treme X-Men #11 Young Avengers #2 My pulls-- FF, Hawkeye, Uncanny Avengers, Uncanny X-Men and Young Avengers. Some quick thoughts on this week's purchases-- Indestructible Hulk #4-- Green skinned Hulk vs Blue skinned Attuma on the ocean's floor, with Lemurian sea-monsters thrown in for good measure. Fun stuff and Mark Waid continues to deliver. First two-parter of the series. I like that Marvel seems to be doing more done-in-one and shorter arcs since Marvel Now! started. Savage Wolverine 2-- This is actually refreshing. After so much of Wolverine being shown as an invincible fighting machine that can't be harmed, it's nice to see him actually injured and vulnerable to harm. Of course, it gave Shanna a moment to shine in pulling his ass out of the fire long enough for his healing factor to kick in. Amadeus Cho arrived on the island in the same manner as Wolverine and within moments has the natives worshipping him as a God. Figures. This is another fun book, although the story didn't really progress much outside of the introduction of Cho to the mix, I enjoyed muchly. Avengers 6-- The origin of Captain Universe, Doctor Spider-Ock raids the fridge, and... The White Event. Another good read from Jonathon Hickman. He continues to put his pieces on the board, and I get the feeling that things are about to get good. Daredevil 23-- Foggy gets some bad news. Also, someone is trying to recreate the accident that gave Matt his powers by exposing transients to the same toxin that blinded Matt. This issue would be a good jumping on point for anyone thinking of picking up this title.