Not bad, I have had pretty good luck with Brubaker.
Unlike other apparently proactive superhero groups by Marvel in the past like the 90's X-force this one's cast of obscure but not uncommon characters and it's espionage angle work.
Outstanding first volume by Brubaker. As was the case with Dan Slott's run on Mighty Avengers before this series, Secret Avengers is the best of the Avengers franchise. Not that hard, when you consider the other two books of the franchise are being written by a guy who seems utterly incapable of writing characters with their own distinct voices, and who has no regard at all for continuity and history. Brubaker selects a team that works well together for his book; three of them have never been Avengers before, while it's been awhile for three others in the ranks. He admittedly lets Steve Rogers dominate the book, which is understandable given that Brubaker has been writing Captain America for a number of years now. His team dynamics work well, and the pacing is just right. And he's paired with Deodato for most of the volume, which is a good thing. Now, if someone would just get rid of the idiot writing the other two Avengers books in the franchise....
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