It's Teen Heroes R Us, with four scans apiece from Dark Reign: Young Avengers #4 and Nomad: Girl Without A World #1.
Starting with DR: YA, the issue opens with Princess Python, her son Executioner II, and Hawkeye all attending some big social event in their civilian garb. Suddenly, a group of the Young Avengers arrive chasing a villain; Hawkeye II is among them, and she briefly stops to compliment Kate's dress ("Did you see that? That was Hawkeye! And she said she liked my dress!").
I've read fics that say different, Cassie. Incidentally, I like that Cornell tries to give Vision II a teenaged personality, rather than being Robot Guy.
The next day, the YA go to the putative Young Masters and tell them that they want Coat-of-Arms and Enchantress in the group ("It beith for the win!"), but the rest have to get a new name (though they say they want to keep in touch). Melter is super-annoyed, and ends up using the business card that Norman Osborn gave CoA a while ago to call him; he's surprised to learn that Osborn can see him.
Speaking of her, the YA take her to the ruined Mansion they hang out in.
This bit is...really weird, honestly, because there's no followup to whatever she's trying to do. This cuts to a scene with Cassie and Vision II dining out, and Egghead ambushes them and downloads a bunch of files into Vision, which cause him to doubt Enchantress II for whatever reason; and then we cut to her back with the Young Masters, sobbing about how they sent her home without saying why.
Anyway, at issue's end, the YA get called to a meeting with the YM, and find themselves confronted not just by them, but also by Iron Patriot, Wolverine, and Bullseye.
Over in Nomad, Rikki is trying to meet up with New Cap, and using her police radio actually arrives on the scene of one of his adventures. However, she's interrupted by Black Widow:
Unless there's something further here, this sort of confirms what I thought when I first heard the premise of this miniseries: namely, that they're going to be stretching things a bit in order to keep Rikki meeting Bucky off until the final issue. With Patriot back in Cap #600, it wasn't clear if he knew she was Rikki Barnes or not - Natasha here explicitly does, and the brush-off is pretty cold on her part.
She goes on about how John was basically a villain on her world, but that he's really nice here, and she enjoys hanging around with him, since it makes her feel like she could fit in on this world and she always wished that she and her brother had been close back on Counter-Earth.
Two things about this:
1) Is he adopted or something? Because from what I understand about Rikki's parentage, he shouldn't be genetically possible here. Whatever, just go with it.
2) I'm sure you've thought this through very well Rikki, from his perspective. Look up "Westermarck Effect" in the dictionary (assuming he is a genetic relative of yours somehow).
Moving on from that squicky thought (there's a lot of weird teen sexuality in this post; thus, it is perfect for Scans_daily), Rikki spends her time investigating some weird kid running for student council president who seems to have mind-control powers or something, and discovers they're hiding something in the basement of the school guarded by a feral beast. She gets beat up pretty bad by it, and goes home to find someone has left something in her room:
Anyway, a pretty good first issue. Certainly better than anything McKeever wrote while at DC; maybe there was something in the water over there.