Here's a comic that may hold some promise, the first issue of the second Annihilators mini-series. I'll admit, I wasn't that fond of the first Annihilators mini, but since I like the characters and the writers of this mini, I'm more than willing to give this one a shot.
Annihilators: Earthfall #1(of 4):
Summary: We open this mini up with the Annihilators(that would be Quasar, Ronan, Gladiator, Cosmo, Ikon and Beta Ray Bill) attacking a formation of Universal Church of Truth spaceships to prevent the ships from destroying the ships of a rival UCT faction. It seems with Magus dead(again) the UCT has broken into factions and are attacking each other. The Annihilators make quick work of the UCT ships and capture the leader of that band of ships, the Matriarch. Cosmo manages to catch a glimpse of something not very good in the head of the Matriarch and tells the team to teleport to the Earth immediately. The team heads to Earth and attacks a UCT cell that was operating out of Colorado. The UCT members change to their true alien forms and attack the Annihilators on sight, but are no real match for the Annihilators. The UCT members suddenly change back into their human disguises just as the Avengers arrive on the scene, making it look as if the alien Annihilators were picking on poor, defenseless humans. There was a Rocket Raccoon and Groot back-up feature in this comic as well, but upon flipping through it and seeing Mojo, it should be no surprise that I didn't bother reading it.
Thoughts: Yeah, this wasn't that good... The story itself isn't that interesting, and the cliffhanger doesn't really make all that much sense, because it should be very easy to fix. So the Avengers arrive on the scene and see the Annihilators attacking some humans. Naturally that will lead to one of those good, old fashioned superhero misunderstandings and subsequent throwdowns. But here's the thing... Quasar WAS an Avenger. That right there should head off any trouble as Quasar sees Captain America(the Avenger he was closest with during his initial Avengers run), and says, “Hey Cap, these are actually aliens! Have Iron Man or somebody else scan the area to see that we're telling the truth!” thus taking away any potential misunderstanding/fight. But of course that won't happen. The Annihilators and the Avengers will duke it out for an issue or two, before the Avengers realize the error of their way, probably after the UCT members make some sort of nefarious move, and then the heroes will all join forces to defeat the ne'er-do-wells. Hopefully things turn out a bit more exciting than that, but with the way this issue set things up, I don't have very high hopes for this series at all...
Score: 5 out of 10.Why is Cap levitating?