Some general thoughts on this double-episode, which I thought an inferior effort with a paper-thin plot, and horrible dialogue. * Ghost says the entire world knows about Stark being held in the other dimension. Why the heck would they inform the whole world (especially the part with villains in it)? Trying to bankrupt Stark Industries? I can just imagine the stock sell-off. * A Jane Foster who looks nothing like any of the other Janes Foster incarnations. * The pseudo-Stretch Armstrong goons were really... disappointing. * If only scientists in the Marvel Universe kept notes of what they built, and did backups of programming, like, y'know, responsible professionals. No prototype is irreplaceable unless one of the components (say, being powered by Thor's hammer) is irreplaceable. But no, apparently they don't keep notes, release versions, multiple prototypes in construction, a bill of materials... what the hell happens if they have a faulty power relay? Start all over? Ye Gods, the stupidity. * Scaring a firewall minion brain into surrender. Ye Gods, again!. * Not a big fan of the Enchantress' new swimsuit uniform. * Kang is still too big of a villain to play with the Cabal, even if he is a "young" Kang from the ...oh, 23rd Century? If he can manipulate the timestream (which is kind of the fundamental defining characteristic of a Kang from any century, then he could have gone back in time and taken Vibranium before mankind was able to stop him, for example. * Zola as a combatant seems mischaracterized and wrong. He's a brain with scientific schemes, and to reduce him to a ray-gun zapping idiot is an insult to the character. * And the trademark "Avengers standing in a circle" scene. /yawn * Sending Scourge after the Black Panther isn't really a fair fight; it's not like the entire Cabal could hold him. I guess the Leader's brain isn't very smart after all. * At least the Black Widow is not the only female Avenger anywhere. * The Enchantress seems a lot less intelligent in this incarnation. Or at least a lot lesws subtle than she has been portrayed elsewhere. * Oh look - the old Justice League "Switch Dancing Partners" tactic. /yawn again * The Leader really doesn't bring anything to the table - he's not that smart, his plan is insipid, and his leadership is non-existent. OK, so it is revealed that he's a dupe - but why did the other members of the Cabal need a dupe in the fist place? The overly-complex device used on the Avengers? Surely not - Kang could have looted something better elsewhere. Of course, all this might be revealed in the future why they needed a dupe instead of just doing without the so-called "Leader" - but as of now, he seems to be a really pointless and unnecessary complication. So... pretty much a failure from a writing standpoint, IMO. Not quite so bad that I couldn't finish, but close.