Black Widow: Deadly Origin #2 - decent issue, though increasingly I wish that John Paul Leon was doing all the art here; Raney is fine, for the most part (Mockingbird at the end is a bit awkward), but Leon's work excels. I do like the white variant of her costume that Natasha uses in the modern day. The flashbacks continue to skip through Natasha's relationship history (given that this was basically conceived as a movie tie-in, the book does lean a bit heavily on you being familiar with her past history), while in the present-day we learn that she's unwittingly given everyone she's ever slept with nano-VD that allows whoever to take control of them. Oops.
Invincible Iron Man #21 - this was my favourite issue of the series in quite a while, actually. I've found a lot of what's going on middling, but it feels like the plot is actually moving now, and the gathering of the supporting characters is quite engaging. Steve's back, which seriously depresses the experience of Reborn, not that the end of that was ever really in doubt; of course, when they decided to add another issue I don't think delaying all these books was really an option. The bits with Pepper are okay character stuff, and Happy's existence is at last actually being acknowledged, but so far she seems to be skipping over the fact that Happy is currently dead because she asked Tony to pull the plug.
We3 - I usually find Grant Morrison's writing rather emotionally uninvolving, but damn, that shit was depressing. In a good way, mind you.
Queen and Country v.3 - mostly good way to end the series, though the transition to the last arc is rather confusing; it might have been nice for some kind of notice that there was a whole novel we should read. I had to look that up after.