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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Siege | Comics

Norman Osborn became the head of United States security system after thwarting Secret Invasion of The Skrulls by killing their Queen. Following the betrayal of Emma Frost and Namor from his alliance; Cabal (Avengers/X-Men – Utopia), Taskmaster is recruited in their place and Osborn arranges a meeting with his secret super villains union to discuss about Asgard, where things goes a bit awry with Doctor Doom and it ends in a brawl with The Sentry, only to find out that it was actually a mere Doombot.

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Siege | Comics

This incident left Cabal disbanded and Osborn devising a sinister plan with Loki, similar to the infamous "Stamford Incident" that resulted in the super-hero Civil War to get approval from the President of United States for an all-out assault on Asgard.

Meanwhile, Osborn’s Green Goblin persona tries to resurface as well as The Sentry acts unstable, letting The Void come out every once in a while. To keep Sentry in his fold, Osborn assigns Bullseye with a specific task. To seek adventures on Earth, Volstagg of Warriors Three fell into the tricks staged by Osborn and Loki, where his fight with U-Foes destroyed Soldier Field and everyone in the stadium is killed by the blast Volstagg deflected from them.

Declaring Asgard as a threat to national security after the accident, Osborn as Iron Patriot, along with his Dark Avengers and an invading military troop heads to Asgard to lay siege. Captain America assembled The Avengers, heading to the scene to stop Osborn and his goons in Dark Avengers.

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Siege (Comics) Wikipedia


Siege (Comics) Marvel Wikia



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Sentry Rips Ares Apart

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Thor – Siege Aftermath

"Siege" is a four issue limited series by writer Brian Michael Bendis (Age of Ultron, Civil War II) and artist Olivier Coipel (Avengers Vs. X-Men, House of M), that served as a core story arc of the crossover event released by Marvel Comics in 2010 following the company-wide crossover Dark Reign. Also many monthly ongoing series like Avengers – The Initiative, Dark Avengers, Dark Wolverine, Mighty Avengers, New Avengers, Thor and Thunderbolts involved as well tie-in and a few one-shot issues which are connected to the main series.

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On The Brink of Madness

The "Siege" story-arc occurs after the events of Dark Reign and later, following the inevitable happenings of "Siege", a Heroic Age comes.
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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man | Comics

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Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man
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Previously known as the second-string villain Scorpion, Mac Gargan, have bonded with the alien symbiote Klyntar and became the third host, and the second Venom. Now on the Dark Reign period, he took the place of Spider-Man in Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers as Sinister Spider-Man. With the traditional super heroes out of the scene, Gargan is perhaps having the best time of life as people sees him as a celebrated hero and they also thinks him to be the actual Spider-Man. Though Osborn has a positive image of him and his team to maintain, Gargan goes out to play hero when he met another second string villain General Wolfram robbing a bank. He stops Wolfram with almost no effort at all, to impress by standing girls to take out and steals the money of loot from Wolfram after chewing his hand off for no apparent good reason.

He then goes to a stripper club to spend the loot, where he found a stripper to fall for named Cherri and then calling her Candy, Gargan took her with him to the Avengers Tower. But upon having a conversation about his reckless behavior with Osborn, he kills the stripper later and set her body to the apartment of J. Jonah Jameson; Mayor of New York City, to frame him. As Jonah approached Osborn regarding the matter, Gargan is sent to help him up. Meanwhile, a group called “The Redeemers” visits Wolfram to join them along with The Redeemer, Hippo, Doctor Everything, Dementoid and Eleven; villains who formerly lost limbs to the Sinister Spider-Man and wants revenge on him.

For more information on Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man tie-in limited series, you can check out the link below.

Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man (Comics) Wikipedia

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Everyone's Favorite Sinister Spidey
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Mac Gargan Rejoices

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In 2009, writer Brian Reed (New Avengers – Illuminati, Spider-Woman – Origin) and artist Chris Bachalo (Captain America – Homeland, New X-Men – Assault on Weapon Plus) teams up to bring up the tie-in story of Dark Reign event, titled "Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man" published by Marvel Comics. The storyline ran for four issues in the self titled limited series that chronicles the journey of a new Spider-Man, posed by one of Spider-Man’s oldest rival where he tussled with a bunch of low level super criminals and causes some mess up to the already messed-up Marvel Universe.
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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Deadpool – Dark Reign | Comics

After helping save Earth from the Skrulls, Deadpool was on his way to payday but someone ripped him off!

When he took a job from Nick Fury for infiltrating and acquiring sensitive data on the shape-shifting alien race of invading Skrulls, Deadpool accidentally had things mixed up and his second attempt for another job goes wrong as well. When he was headed back home two days later hopping in a cargo ship, he was suddenly attacked by Tiger Shark and drowned. He then finds himself on the news for beating Shark up in a fight as a group of journalists were asking him questions about it and one of them starts flirting.

All of these were what he was daydreaming about but in actual, two children on shore were poking into his eye-socket when he washed up on Newport Beach. In San Diego, Tiger Shark receives a call from his employer regarding a contract that has not being fulfilled as in, Deadpool is very much alive and he recently escaped from local morgue upon regaining consciousness. So, he is tasked to bring the head of the merc this time. Next morning, Wade wakes up in a homeless shelter and despite finding a really hot chick there; he decides to go out looking for a payback on Shark.

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Deadpool – Dark Reign | Comics

Just as he stepped outside, he sees Tiger Shark in the alley came looking for him with a big machete. He immediately got inside but the savage man-fish broke in to chop his head off but Wade quickly turned the table by taking his weapon from him but the local police came firing in believing that Deadpool was actually killing hostages and his enemy escaped. Before he could improve his chances with that attractive nurse, he is riddled with bullets by cops. When he unzips himself from a body bag, he was on a pier instead of a morgue.

The Man-Shark suddenly returns to take Wade by surprise but his old buddy Bob, Agent of HYDRA showed up to rescue. However, he is a big wuss who couldn't even throw his rifle back at DP without dropping it on water. Bob was actually here to assist Shark but ending up choosing Wilson's side and he eventually admits that after helping defeat the villain. Settling scores with Shark, Deadpool is now looking for the person responsible for this attack on him and he is none other than, Norman Osborn, director of H.A.M.M.E.R.

He heads to Avengers Tower for a huge payday that he believes Osborn owes him for the help in defeating the Skrulls, only to be facing the new team of Thunderbolts. Newest Black Widow managed to charm him and he wanted to hang out with her but due to interruption from her teammates, he flew. He calls Taskmaster for help, who also wants to take down Osborn. To deal with the merc for good, Osborn sends the new Hawkeye of Dark Avengers team; the expert marksman and psychotic villain known as Bullseye.

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Sharks Don't Sleep

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Whether many people agree to that or not, Deadpool has played an important part in saving the world during Secret Invasion event and he has returned to break the fourth wall on Dark Reign. So, comic-book writer Daniel Way (Bullseye – Greatest Hits, Ghost Rider – Vicious Cycle) joins with artist Paco Medina (Legendary Star-Lord – Face It, I Rule, Venom – Run) to create this tie-in story "Deadpool – Dark Reign", while Jason Pearson (Deadpool – Wade Wilson's War, Legion of Super-Heroes) exclusively delivers cover art for the issues involved. Previous arc, "Deadpool – Secret Invasion" has started a prologue for the current one.

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Killer Vs. Mercenary

DP has faced the dreaded Man-Shark for the first time in his life and his long-time best bud Bob has also sort of turned on him for a while. The story collects issue #06-07 and #10-12 from second ongoing volume of Deadpool monthly series from Marvel Comics, which came out in 2009. The issues from in-between continuation were collected in another story titled "Dark Reign – Deadpool/Thunderbolts", which has more focus on the team members of Thunderbolts taking on the Merc with a Mouth. In course of this adventure, Wade Wilson briefly tries to flirt with Yelena Belova from Osborn's team.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Dark Reign | Comics

With information stolen from Deadpool, Norman Osborn successfully ended "Secret Invasion" on by killing the Skrull Queen after replacing Iron Man from his role as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Osborn forms his own organization H.A.M.M.E.R. with his own agenda and changed Fifty State Initiative into Thunderbolts Initiative. Meanwhile, Luke Cage, Spider-Man, Ronin and Wolverine of New Avengers reunites and Ronin even decides to go solo to attack Osborn.

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Dark Reign | Comics

The Avengers are replaced with his own version of Dark Avengers with aid from his personal secretary Victoria Hand, consisting Bullseye as Hawkeye, former Scorpion and current Venom Mac Gargan as Sinister Spider-Man, Moonstone as Ms. Marvel, Daken as Dark Wolverine and Osborn himself as Iron Patriot.

He also formed a secret alliance of super-villains called The Cabal with Namor, Emma Frost, Doctor Doom, Loki and The Hood, as well as enlisting a mentally unstable Sentry to his team. Then, to make sure nobody becomes a threat to him, he made a list of people to tick off to including DaredevilNick Fury, PunisherHulk and Wolverine.

Upon New Warriors' fight with an unstable Thor-Clone from Civil War, Camp Hammond is officially shut down (Avengers - The Initiative – Disassembled). Osborn totally took over by convincing President and will stop at nothing to maintain his newly grown heroic figure to public. But his actions and agendas start to build rebellion among some heroes and villains to oppose him before it's too late for everyone.

For more information on Dark Reign event, you can check out these links below.

Dark Reign (Comics) Wikipedia

Dark Reign (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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The Formation of Cabal

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Dark Avengers Vol 01 – Dark Avengers Assemble (Softcover)

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New Avengers Vol 11 – Search for the Sorcerer Supreme (Softcover)

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Ms. Marvel Vol 08 – War of The Marvels (Softcover)

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Siege Prelude

Secret Warriors Vol 02 – God of Fear, God of War (Softcover)

Secret Warriors Vol 02 – God of Fear, God of War (Hardcover)

Dark Reign – The List (Softcover)

Dark Reign – The List (Hardcover)

Dark Avengers – Ares

War Machine Vol 02 – Dark Reign

Spider-Man – Anti-Venom

Dark Avengers Vol 02 – Molecule Man (Softcover)

Dark Avengers Vol 02 – Molecule Man (Hardcover)

Dark Wolverine Vol 02 – My Hero (Softcover)

Dark Wolverine Vol 02 – My Hero (Hardcover)

Spider-Man – The Gauntlet Book 1 – Electro and Sandman (Softcover)

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Wolverine – Weapon X Vol 02 – Insane In the Brain (Softcover)

Wolverine – Weapon X Vol 02 – Insane In the Brain (Hardcover)

Uncanny X-Men – Nation X (Softcover)

Uncanny X-Men – Nation X (Hardcover)

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Mighty Avengers – Dark Reign

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Dark Avengers – Siege (Softcover)

Dark Avengers – Siege (Hardcover)

Daredevil – The Devil's Hand

Wolverine – The Reckoning (Softcover)

Wolverine – The Reckoning (Hardcover)

Punisher Vol 03 – Franken-Castle (Softcover)

Punisher Vol 03 – Franken-Castle (Hardcover)

What If? Dark Avengers

Daken – Dark Wolverine Empire (Softcover)

Daken – Dark Wolverine Empire (Hardcover)

Following the major crossover ‘Secret Invasion’, Marvel Comics had launched a new era in 2008 that lasted for almost over a year and was branded as "Dark Reign" event, which is later succeeded by 'Siege' crossover event. This event doesn't contain any titled mini-series or core plot of its own; instead it is filled with lots of self contained limited series depicting the era.

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An Evil Reigns Supreme

Notable writers like Brian Michael Bendis (Avengers Disassembled, Civil War II), Dan Slott (Silver Surfer, The Thing), Daniel Way (Bullseye – Greatest Hits, Punisher Vs. Bullseye), Greg Pak (Iron Man – House of M, Magneto – Testament), Jonathan Hickman (Secret Wars, Time Runs Out), Rick Remender (Fear Agent, Sea of Red) and artists Billy Tan (Shadowland, X-23), Chris Bachalo (Generation X, Uncanny X-Men), Clay Mann (Dark Reign – Elektra, Magneto – Not a Hero), Humberto Ramos (Crimson, Revelations), Mike Deodato Jr. (Guardians of Knowhere, Original Sin) as well as Paco Medina (New X-Men, X-Men) have contributed to this mega-crossover event and made it successful.
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