The artwork is great, another masterpiece by my favourite artist Mike Deodato. The plot is also interesting. Norman Osborn, gaining control of SHIELD, now HAMMER, has also gained control of the Mighty Avengers and Avengers Tower. Not wanting to join Osborn, Ms Marvel leaves to join the Secret Avengers, while Ares and Sentry stay (Ares likes war and Osborn tells Sentry he will help him with the Void). And with Iron Man being on the run from Osborn, and Wasp having died during the Secret Invasion, Norman needs more Avengers. So he interestingly promotes his Thunderbolts to Avengers: Bullseye to Hawkeye, Venom to Spider-Man, and Moonstone to Ms Marvel. Osborn also recruits Daken as his father Wolverine and No-Vah as Captain Marvel, and lies to the media and public, pretending his fake Avengers are the real heroes, provoking real Hawkeye Clint Barton of the Secret Avengers to launch a media campaign against Osborn. (By the way, I have been careful not to reveal spoilers, as I haven't told you anything that dosen't either get reveled at the very beginning of the book or Marvel have alreay revealed in advertising).
The plot is also interesting, as the new Avengers go to defend Doctor Doom from Morgana Le Fay's time-traveling army of demons who are attacking him and his castle in Latveria. There are also some interesting sub-plots, including Sentry's struggle against the evil Void inside him, Osborn's Cable and Clint Barton's campaign against Osborn.
Also, a group of Atlantean terrorists attacks New York and Osborn sends Sentry to hunt them.