I don't really care who reports to who, but these movies better not turn into something that doesn't respect the source material or isn't connected enough just so directors can do whatever the fuck they want.
I've liked the first couple of issues of Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders. Alan Davis rockin' it on the art. Inferno has been pretty good since that was a big X-men event back in the day. I've enjoyed Thors as well. A police procedural with Thors instead of cops. Win. A-force has been excellent with great art to go with it. Years of Future Past has bee solid as well. Art doesn't blow me away but it's decent enough not to detract from the book. I really wanted to get into X-men '92 as well but the art was terrible just like a lot of 90's art was. Covers by Pepe Larraz were the best part of that book. If he would have been doing the interiors, it would have been a win.
Old Man Logan #4: This has definitely been one of my favourite Secret Wars tie in books and I'm pretty sure I've mentioned this previously. I love Sorrentino's art so much and it suits the book and content to a "T". This issue has Logan being punished for breaking boundaries, having to cut and slash he way through the land of the dead and ultrons. Get's a helping hand from a friend. I'm actually excited to see Old Man Logan transplanted into a world where all the people that he killed are still alive. Now that's an interesting way to bring back Wolverine from the dead. 8.5/10
Well, that was a long time ago and I don't remember it being better than it is now. Why would it be better? You'd have to throw me out a few examples. It was pretty much shit from 1993 to 2004 and I remember paying $85 to $90 for games.