In any case, we find ourselves following the adventures of Hulkling, Wiccan, and Loki in this issue. The story suffers a bit from pacing problems. Parts of the story felt rushed, while other parts felt unnecessarily drawn out. The tail end of the book is particularly confusing, especially, I suspect, for new readers with no prior experience with any of the characters.
In any case, aesthetically, the book looks fantastic. There is attention to small details that I took notice of which really made the overall experience a little more enjoyable. The little "tumblr" page at the beginning of the issue was a nice touch and really gives the book a very youthful and hip feel.
Young Avengers really isn't starting to feel like an "Avengers" book... At least not yet. The team hasn't been assembled, and it seems that characters are dealing with each of their own problems independently for now. This book certainly isn't a very strong one for the series, but it has no doubt kept my attention with the stunning visuals. I look forward to seeing what these youngsters have to offer in future installments.