Agggghh!!! Why is this damn series going so slow!? Do they really just have THAT little to work with, or what?! I mean, cool, great, the X-Men and the New Avengers are all somewhat reunited and back to normal. Awesome. But why did it take an entire fucking issue to have this happen!? Remember GLA #2? "The No-List"? With, like, 3 or 4 pages of like 30 or 40 heroes all saying, "No"? That sort of thing would've worked great here (although I confess to letting out a little, "Yay!" each time they showed a character I liked getting "woken up"). The last page is a real shocker, though...I wonder if it's a farce, or if it's the real deal. In any case, I'm also concerned about HoM: Spider-Man...seeing as how this issue basically sets up that he's back to normal now, does that make his HoM miniseries defunct now? Or is this spoiling said series by implying that Peter's life doesn't go to total, homeless shit after the mini? In any case...we're 3 issues away from the big finale of House of M, and I feel like, instead of doing several tie-ins and miniseries in the rest of the MU, we'd benefit more from a slightly more consolidated (or simply more pages per issue) story that talked about what the heroes were up to, with various stories and "Tales from the House of M" or whatever (see Daredevil: Decalogue for a decent example of what they should've done). Right now, HoM feels like a very spongy cake...might be yummy, but it's practically like consuming air...no sensation of being "full" at all.