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By Mark Waid

The Avengers are dead--long stay the Avengers! Earth's Mightiest Heroes--Captain the United States, Thor, imaginative and prescient, and Iron Man--are residing separate lives, no longer tied to any team--but whilst a chance from past the celebrities goals our international, destiny attracts them jointly once again, along Nova, Ms. surprise, and Miles Morales a.k.a. Spider-Man!

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In my critical and psychological naivety, I assume—as the paragraphs above show—that Albee’s plays are really about the accommodations forced on man by his condition and his society. It is impossible, however, to get through a discussion of Albee without facing up to what might be called—on the analogy of the fashionable critical term subtext—his sub-subject matter. That is the “masochistic-homosexual perfume” that Robert Brustein found hanging so heavily over The Zoo Story. It is a perfume of little importance except insofar as it throws the audience off the scent of the play’s real quarry.

This was the prevailing cliché of the serious Broadway play of the 1950’s, and it was still viable enough in the 1960’s to take over the last act of Lorraine Hansberry’s The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window and turn an interesting play into a conventional one. Virginia Woolf uses, or is used by, this cliché. Although the central device of the play is the quarrel between George Edward Albee: Don’t Make Waves 31 and Martha, the plot concerns their nonexistent son. From George’s “Just don’t start on the bit, that’s all,” before Nick and Honey enter, the play builds through hints, warnings, revelations until “sonny-Jim”5 is created and then destroyed.

The opening scene between Cardinal and Lawyer is an exercise in bitchiness, primly nasty and insinuating, a marked contrast to the verbal exchanges between Martha and George. It passes from Lawyer’s sneering comment on the caged cardinals (“uh, together ... in conversation, as it were”) to a variation on the old joke about the suitability of a boy or a clean old man, to hints of a schoolboy affair between the two men (Lawyer: “I’ll have you do your obeisances. As you used to, old friend”), to mutual accusations in which Lawyer becomes an anus-entering hyena and Cardinal a mating bird.

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