This book is right up my alley. It's a team book. It features and all female cast. These two reasons alone should mean I love this book. But I don't. I like it very much, but I don't love it. And that's a shame, because Marvel could do better. And it wouldn't take much effort to turn this from a decent book to an amazing book. My advice is simple. First, give the book a foundation. It's a female Avengers team, but it stars a bunch of heroes who just happen to find themselves working together. One quick one issue story to set them up as an official line-up with an official headquarters and all that jazz. Then they'll feel like a real team. Second, rethink the line up just a little bit. Singularity has got to go. Singularity, if you aren't familiar with her, is a sentient pocket universe. Yes, you read that right. She's gotta go. And Medusa. I love Medusa, but I feel she's in this book to push Marvel's "Everything Inhuman" agenda. Which is fine, but actually use her, dammit. She feels like an afterthought. The rest of this book has a lot going for it. The women are all over the board personality and motivation wise. I like that. And despite me hating Dazzler's current look, she's quickly becoming my favorite member of this team. She's the moral conscience of this team and I love it.
A-Force Vol 2: Rage Against The Dying Of The Light
Writer: Kelly Thompson
Artist: Ben Caldwell, Paulo Siqueira, Joe Bennett, Scott Hanna