Yeah, Arkon is back and he’s still lame. It’s another fairly generic story about him, but it’s fine for what it is.
The important part of this episode is what happens with Sersi.
Yeah, she kills someone. Gods will do that.
It’s important because soon she’ll be falsely accused of murder, and this issue forms the basis for the team’s difficulty in trusting her.
Avengers is starting to get good again at this point. The next few Proctor issues finally, after about 20 issues of the dude hanging around the fringes, start to pay off.