Showing posts with label Hydra. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hydra. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

All-New Captain America – Hydra Ascendant | Comics

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All-New Captain America – Hydra Ascendant
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Steve Rogers was kidnapped and taken to Dimension Z by his long-time enemy Arnim Zola. Sharon Carter followed him to rescue but left behind while Rogers escaped successfully. In a fight against Iron Nail, the Super-Soldier Serum was drained from his body and he starts aging rapidly. Passing his shield to friend Sam Wilson, who used to be The Falcon, Steve chooses a normal life with Sharon and his adopted son Ian, who eventually made it back home. Now as Captain America, Sam heads to a new Hydra base in Ecuador to uncover their latest scheme with his trusty sidekick Redwing. He is spotted at the entrance by a Hydra agent and upon engaging, he led Cap right into the heart of their operation. Steve's son Ian Rogers came to help Sam as Nomad.

They discover a boy, who seems to be Hydra's new secret weapon guarded by Batroc the Leaper. In his effort to save Sam's life, Ian seemingly killed Batroc. Fleeing with the boy, Cap and Nomad stumbled onto more Hydra goons and is forced to flee in an elevator that led to Hydra's new leader Baron Helmut Zemo and his squad of villains consisting Armadillo, Baron Blood, Crossbones, King Cobra, Madame Hydra, Sinthea Shmidt and Taskmaster. Cap fled with the boy Lucas as Nomad held the others off. As Sam was having is butt kicked by Brock Rumlow, he received help from the most unexpected person ever. Meanwhile, Zemo plans to spread the blood of the Inhuman kid Lucas in the atmosphere as his blood can sterilize the entire human race.
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Successor of Mantles
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Cabal of New Hydra

All-New Captain America – Hydra Ascendant (Softcover)

All-New Captain America – Hydra Ascendant (Hardcover)

Writer Rick Remender (Black Science, Fear Agent) returns with a new Captain America storyline "Hydra Ascendant" from the brand-new monthly ongoing series All-New Captain America, with aid from artist Stuart Immonen (Fear Itself, Inferno). The story collects issues #01-06 from the monthly series and flashbacks into the Castaway in Dimension Z storyline as well as Infinity crossover event to build up a fresh status-quo for Sam Wilson's Captain America. As a new bearer of the torch of Sentinel of Liberty, Sam finds himself against a lot of challenges that clearly overwhelms him but he sticks to his cause till the end. Alex Ross, Kris Anka, Laura Martin, Paul Pope and Sara Pichelli (Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Men) has provided variant covers for the issues involved in this story arc from Marvel Comics.
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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Avengers - The Initiative – Disassembled | Comics

After the events of "Civil War" in terms of the controversial Superhuman Registration Act, the way of lives for all hero was changed drastically and the entire superheroes was divided. A new initiative is taken by the government and they now have to follow a couple of conditions like, to register their identities and to be trained with them.

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Avengers - The Initiative – Disassembled | Comics

Following the Secret Invasion of Skrulls, superheroes started losing their faith and credibility from people's mind; ushering a "Dark Reign" of evil on the nation. Under Norman Osborn's control, Iron Man is replaced as the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Initiative and everything it used to stand for is now completely changed. Worst of all, The Avengers are gone from the scene, now acting from the shadows as Secret Avengers.

After scientist Henry Pym left The Initiative, Gauntlet is in charge at Camp Hammond and is maintaining the cadets currently. To avenge their defeat over Earth and its populace, the Skrulls have implanted a mole of their own; the murderous Thor clone known as Ragnarok (who killed Goliath during Civil War) that has recently resurfaced after blasting Baron Von Blitzschlag upon mentioning that he is not the real “one”.

He went on rampage, only to be opposed by the currently outlaw team of New Warriors led by former Avenger member Justice. Last but not least, the identity of the mysterious member of the Shadow Initiative member Mutant Zero is finally revealed to everyone else of the team by Taskmaster and they are shocked at the revelation of the person who has four different persona to deal with and a history with Daredevil.

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Ragnarok on Rampage

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Avengers - The Initiative – Disassembled (Softcover)

"Disassembled " is a story arc that took place in the Avengers - The Initiative monthly series and ran from issues #21-25 from the monthly ongoing. This story arc was published by Marvel Comics in 2009, developed by writer Christos Gage (Annihilation – Conquest - Quasar, World War Hulk – X-Men) and manga styled artist Humberto Ramos (Superior Spider-Man, Wolverine).

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Mutant Zero Is Revealed

Serving as a tie-in to the company wide major crossover Dark Reign, "Disassembled" changed the very basics of the Avengers - The Initiative monthly title and features many fan favorite characters again in the lime light, as many significant character joins the team while others just leaves.
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Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Wolverine – Enemy of the State | Comics

In order to investigate a kidnapping case of a close friend's son, Wolverine went to Japan when all authorities failed. During the ransom exchange, Logan was ambushed in a graveyard by a horde of undead ninjas from The Hand. While he was slicing and dicing all those rotten corpses, The Gorgon secretly observes his moves and waiting for him to tire out. After trashing them all into pieces, he gets his hands on the kidnapper but before they could react, his mysterious enemy murders him by surprise attacking him with his sword.

X-Men member Shadowcat visits the boy's family after Logan has disappeared but they already given up on finding both. Director of S.H.I.L.E.D., Nick Fury has recruited the master assassin Elektra to locate Wolverine and bring him back. He told her about a smoked out plan to take down major super powered people by Hand and Hydra is found and Wolverine was on top of their choice from the list. A badly-burned up but barely alive Logan is later found in one of S.H.E.I.L.D.'s aircraft carrier and Elektra quickly rushed to the spot.

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Wolverine – Enemy of the State | Comics

He slowly regains consciousness to discover an unknown voice in his head that tells him that he is on a mission from Hydra and must oblige. A brainwashed Wolverine then goes total berserk and after killing the nurse on duty, he unleashes a mindless killing spree on board. When power goes down, Elektra warned her fellow agents about his presence and telling them not to open fire. As those men were getting butchered by him, Natchios patiently waits for her chance to get him. She attacked Wolvie on the right moment and successfully incapacitating him into submission using her twin Sai.

She tries to reason with him while Hydra helped him break free, causing a brief fight between these two. After locking her up to drown her, the latter managed to make an escape. Later, he unwillingly starts working for the alliance of The Hand, Hydra and The Dawn of the White Light, all assembled together by Baron von Strucker. Their plan is to kill major known superheroes and turn them into their weapon to fight for their cause. The entire super-human community is put under Red Alert by Nick Fury. The Fantastic Four and X-Men are the primary targets of Hydra as well as Captain America and Iron Man.

Emma Frost, Kitty Pryde and Storm brief their terrified young students at X-Mansion about what's at stake. Baxter Building also evacuates of all non-super-powered individuals for safety before generating a forcefield over. However, Wolverine was already inside by then and was waiting to prey on them. Picking up his presence, Mister Fantastic orders Human Torch and The Thing to bring him down using maximum force but the former Weapon X operative doesn't go down easy. Invisible Woman managed to get a hold on him before he escaped stealing Reed's latest genius invention.

In his next mission, he leads an assault against the Stark International with an army of Hydra agents. Upon encounter, Logan gutted down Spider-Man pretty badly and killed a lesser-known hero named Hornet of The Slingers. Then he sneaked up on Daredevil in his home with dozens of Hand ninjas. While Matt was fighting against Logan, Elektra was suddenly ambushed by The Gorgon on a nearby roof. After killing off all those agents who came with her, Gorgon took her out and kidnapped her for recruiting within their ranks.

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Assault on S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier

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In occasion of thirtieth anniversary of Marvel's most mysterious and dangerous character, an X-Man known as Wolverine, famous comic-book writer Mark Miller (Civil War, Kick-Ass) teamed up with another legendary artist John Romita Jr. (Avengers Vs. X-Men, World War Hulk) to celebrate. Together they created one of the greatest Wolverine story ever told till date that will be considered as a milestone arc in mainline Marvel Universe. The story ran through third volume of monthly ongoing titular series, collecting issue #20-25 and this twelve issue storyline is actually parted in two pieces.

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Agent of Hydra

The first part being "Enemy of the State" and second one is "Agent of S.H.I.L.E.D.", depicting Logan's journey from being captured to getting back to his feet to fight the good fight alongside the heroes. Entire plot setting has treated us with guest appearance of Captain America, Daredevil, Elektra, Falcon, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Spider-Man and several members of X-Men team. There was also a huge assemble of bad guys from top to bottom class, all appearing for just a cameo. As far as story goes, we see the most brutal version of Wolvie causing maximum bloodshed to whoever comes in his way.
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Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Elektra | Comics

An Olympic level athlete and a master assassin trained by ninja cult The Hand, Elektra Natchios was the daughter of a Greek Ambassador. During her time in college, she started a relationship with the blind lawyer Matt Murdock, who would later become Daredevil. After she lost her father in an accident during a hostage situation, she gave up on law and traveled to Japan.

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Elektra | Comics

Her master Stick; who also trained Matt, trained her up well enough but she later joined the ranks of The Hand. Elektra become their top assassin but eventually left them after sometime to be a bounty hunter. Soon, in New York, she earned the place of Kingpin’s top assassin and encountered her former lover Daredevil again.

One of Kingpin’s former hitman Bullseye impaled her with her own sais in retaliation to get his old position back. She was resurrected and revived by Stone, yet she did not appear to Matt for years. She even tangled with the feral mutant Wolverine several times; especially when he lost his Adamantium and also when he went rogue as “The Enemy of the State” after being re-programmed by Hydra.

She was then captured and replaced by the Skrulls before their “Secret Invasion” on Earth which is revealed after the imposter died in a battle with New Avengers. Norman Osborn's Dark Reign brought her imprisonment to a H.A.M.M.E.R. facility, which she escaped soon. She is offered a place in the ranks of the newly reformed Thunderbolts strike team alongside Agent Venom, Deadpool, Red Hulk, Punisher and The Leader.

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Agent of The Hand

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During his run on the monthly ongoing Daredevil series in 1981, legendary comic book creator Frank Miller (All Star Batman & Robin, Batman – Year One) created the character Elektra. Over time, she appeared on many limited series as well as a couple of her own monthly ongoing and that’s not all; this popular heroine was involved in many of the important crossover events and stories of Marvel Comics.

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Resurrection and Beyond

Actress Jennifer Garner portrayed the character adaptation in both motion picture of Daredevil (2003) and its spin-off, Elektra (2005). Later, when Marvel's Daredevil premiered on Netflix, the character appeared in Season 2 of the show, played by Élodie Yung.
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