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Monday, July 1, 2013

Fear Itself | Comics

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Fear Itself | Comics
The Red Skull and his followers performed a ritual of blood-sacrifice decades ago, during World War II, to resurrect the Asgardian god of fear, The Serpent. His ritual caused the Hammer of Skadi to fall on Earth but even after locating the hammer, he was unable to lift it. In recent days Red Skull's daughter Sin finds it and becomes The Skadi, Herald of the Serpent upon lifting it. The Serpent is freed from his underwater imprisonment and seven divine hammers falls on Earth's various locations. Tony Stark offers help from his company, Stark Resilient to re-construct Asgard, after the demolition caused in "Siege" but on Serpent's return, Odin draws back his men from Earth.

The Serpent actually is Odin's brother Cul, who was defeated by him ages ago for his corrupt rule after their father's death. Soon those seven divine hammers come into contact with the villain Absorbing Man, Attuma, Grey Gargoyle, Hulk, Juggernaut, Titania and The Thing of the Fantastic Four, turning them into Serpent's generals. With the newly gained divine power and in its mystic influence, they start creating havoc around the globe on behalf of their Dark Master. The Avengers and Thor opposes The Skadi and the other generals of The Serpent with everything they got but even after everyone’s best effort, The Serpent is not stalled a bit. Spider-Man, Black Widow, Iron Fist, Wolverine, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, Red She-Hulk and Doctor Strange are assembled to make a final stand against The Serpent and his generals.

For more information on Fear Itself comic event, you can check out these links below.

Fear Itself (Comics) Wikipedia

Fear Itself (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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The Serpent's War
Here is your links for “Fear Itself” limited series from Marvel Comics in issues.

Fear Itself 01

Fear Itself 02

Fear Itself 03

Fear Itself 04

Fear Itself 05

Fear Itself 06

Fear Itself 07

Fear Itself 07.1

Fear Itself 07.2

Fear Itself 07.3

Here is your links for “Fear Itself” limited series from Marvel Comics.
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Last Stand Against Worthies

Fear Itself (Softcover)

Fear Itself (Hardcover)

In 2011, Marvel Comics published a major crossover comic event titled "Fear Itself" by writer Matt Fraction (Satellite Sam, Sex Criminals), who composed the main plot for the event and artist Stuart Immonen (All-New Captain America – Hydra Ascendant, Ultimate Fantastic Four – Doom) delivered the illustrations. Numerous tie-in books were released to fill the gaps of the arc of this seven issue limited series as the likes of The Mighty Thor, The Invincible Iron Man, Avengers, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Avengers Academy, Thunderbolts, Spider-Man, Black Widow, Uncanny X-Men, New Mutants, Uncanny X-Force, Wolverine, Ghost Rider and Deadpool. It is the second event after "Civil War" which is inspired by the real world, through the main story was formed centering on the fables of Asgard.
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Saturday, May 5, 2007

Ultimate X-Men – Return to Weapon X | Comics

After saving New Work City and the life of the President of United States from Magneto’s attempted genocide, for the first time X-Men have found some appreciation from public. With Magneto out of the picture, Cyclops, Storm and Colossus travels to Japan to appear on a Japanese talk show as part of building public relations and improving their image to masses.

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Ultimate X-Men – Return to Weapon X | Comics

Wolverine also heads to track down Weapon X program to settling some of his old scores with them. A mutant-hating Colonel John Wraith, head of the barbaric Weapon X Program was hunting down the teleporter mutant named Nightcrawler, who ran away from the facility. Next, Wraith led his operatives on the X-Mansion to led an ambush attack on the X-Men and captured them all, sans Wolverine.

They released the Juggernaut who took down four of them and the rest also followed. The X-Men were all captured and later forced to act against their will for the threat of a forcible neural implant. Meanwhile, Wraith and General "Thunderbolt" Ross of S.H.I.E.L.D. had a meeting for rescuing Nick Fury from India.

John Wraith plans to use them for his own purpose of deadly covert missions led by his right-hand man Sabretooth. He tasks Sabretooth to find Wolverine out for giving him a terrible face scar on their previous encounter. But Wolverine has a secret plan of his own to rescue his fellow X-Men that he cooked up especially for them. While Ross planned to shut down all the funding for Weapon X, Wraith also kept secret of having Charles Xavier alive in his fold.

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Ultimate Weapon X Recruits

Here is your links to buy “Ultimate X-Men – Return to Weapon X" from Marvel Comics in issues on Amazon.

Ultimate X-Men 07

Ultimate X-Men 08

Ultimate X-Men 09

Ultimate X-Men 10

Ultimate X-Men 11

Ultimate X-Men 12

Here is your link to buy “Ultimate X-Men – Return to Weapon X" from Marvel Comics on Amazon.

Ultimate X-Men – Return to Weapon X

Following the opening story of Ultimate X-Men series from Ultimate Universe of Marvel titled "The Tomorrow People", writer Mark Miller (Kick-Ass, Civil War) and artist Adam Kubert (Superman – Last Son, Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine) returns with "Return to Weapon X" storyline that runs through issue #07-12 of the Ultimate X-Men monthly ongoing comic series in 2001.

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Brotherhood To The Rescue

Lots of character development was on progress throughout the plot and there was an epic brawl between the feral mutant Wolverine and Sabretooth in the end that makes it even better for any fan. This spectacular storyline leads to the hit four part crossover limited series titled "Ultimate War" featuring The Ultimates.
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Monday, August 29, 2005

Generation X | Comics

Mentored by the Irish X-Man with the power of sonic scream; Banshee and the former enemy of the X-Men or better known as the Hellfire Club's White Queen; Emma Frost, Generation X is an institute for young and gifted mutants which is situated in Berkshire county of Western Massachusetts.

The team recruited Jonothon Starsmore A.K.A. Chamber; a mutant capable of projecting powerful energy blasts, Gaia; the former guardian of the Citadel of the Universal Amalgamator and also the sister to the X-Man Cannonball, Paige Guthrie A.K.A. Husk; with powers of shading her skin at will.

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Generation X | Comics

Then there is the young Jubilation Lee; better known as Jubilee with the power of creating explosive energy "fireworks", attended the Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

A physically super strong young woman also capable of flying; Monet St. Croix or simply called M, a mysterious mutant with the razor sharp claws and diamond hard skin named Penance, former teenage gang member Skin, an African American mutant capable of copying others power; Everett Thomas A.K.A. Synch and a mutant capable of camouflaging his body with any object texture touched by him; Mondo.

The team of Generation X mostly dealt with the ongoing troubles in the life of the young heroes and many unsolved mysteries connecting to them. The team was involved in "Operation Zero Tolerance" alongside their mentors and Jubilee were held hostage by the villainous BastionLater, Husk, Jubilee and M joined Banshee's X-Corps.

For more information on Generation X comics series, you can check out these links below.

Generation X (Comics) Wikipedia

Generation X (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Troubled Mutant Youths

Here is your links to buy "Generation X" comics from Marvel Comics on Amazon.

X-Men – Phalanx Covenant

X-Men Rarities

The Origin of Generation X

Generation X Classic Vol 01

X-Men – Age of Apocalypse Prelude

X-Men Visionaries – Joe Madureira

Generation X Classic Vol 02

X-Men – Zero Tolerance

Wolverine – Not Dead Yet

Counter X Vol 02 – Generation X

X-Men are one of the most popular superhero bands in the reign of comic-dom and the mind 90's is considered as the time when too many X-Titles were available out there. During "The Phalanx Covenant" crossover event, writer Scott Lobdell (The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix, Alpha Flight) and artist superstar Chris Bachalo (Amazing Spider-Man, Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man) came up with the idea of a new spin-off series of the popular Uncanny X-Men team, thus creating the new monthly comic series Generation X.

The series started publication from Marvel Comics in 1994 and then concluded its run with issue #75 in 2001. It was one of the top order comic cool on that time. Chris Bachalo did many of the issues from its start and it is always a delight to enjoy his artwork.
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Friday, May 20, 2005

Deadpool – The Circle Chase | Comics

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Deadpool – The Circle Chase | Comics
Wade Wilson takes the alias of Deadpool to pursue a mercenary career, is also known as the merc with a mouth for being such a talker and currently he is fighting off many other mercenaries who actually came looking for him in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. He surprise attacks them to take a couple of them down while making fun of them and fighting them off; eventually taking down every last one of them with efficiency. Deadpool meets his tech-guy cum weapons dealer Weasel in his safe-house and wants to know about his girlfriend Copycat. Deadpool encounters his former fellow Weapon X operative Garrison Kane who has become a cyborg now and they both fight each other for information.

Kane also reveals that Deadpool's old nemesis Gregory Terraerton AKA Slayback has been found alive and currently is looking for Deadpool to kill him. Meanwhile, the unstoppable mutant super-villain Juggernaut breaks into a secret facility for genetic research somewhere in France, looking for his uncle Black Tom Cassidy. A man named Louis Banque greets him and leads him to the room where his uncle is kept. He is surprised to see Black Tom in a way he never expected. A newly patched-up Black Tom and Juggernaut team up and attacks Deadpool to obtain a briefcase he previously stole from Mr. Gezdbadah earlier that holds valuable information of everyone's interest and with Deadpool around, it never happens in a typical way. It has to be very very awkward and a bit weird at the same time for everyone around him.
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Ducks In A Row
Here is your links for the "Deadpool – The Circle Chase" limited series from Marvel Comics in issues.

Deadpool – The Circle Chase 01

Deadpool – The Circle Chase 02

Deadpool – The Circle Chase 03
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Piece of The Prize

Deadpool – The Circle Chase 04

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Deadpool – The Circle Chase

Deadpool – The Circle Chase is the first ever Deadpool title released by Marvel Comics. This four part bullet riddled limited series was written by Fabian Nicieza (Alpha Flight, New Warriors), who co-created the character with artist Rob Liefeld (Onslaught Reborn, X-Force) and the pencil works were done by the awesome Joe Madureira (Astonishing X-Men, Inhuman – Genesis). This limited series is one of Madureira's early works on Marvel that gave his work a great recognition to his fans. Though the series was featuring Deadpool, but the other supporting characters have seemed to got a bit more attention in the story than they should.
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Friday, January 2, 2004

She-Hulk | Comics

Before becoming the sensuous gamma irradiated brute force for The Avengers, Jennifer Walters was a mild mannered lawyer, who was only known as the cousin of renowned scientist Bruce Banner, the alter ego of gamma powered superhero The Incredible Hulk. Following a feud between her father Sheriff Morris Walters and crime boss Nicholas Trask, she was shot by an assailant and injured gravely.

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She-Hulk | Comics

A blood transfusion was needed urgently and in a moment of desperation, Banner stepped on and volunteered with his own irradiated blood. This however, saves her but the presence of the newly gained radioactive blood properties caused a mutation and transformed her skin green, as well as gave her superhuman strength just like the Hulk except for the bulky appearance.

She stayed in a savage state for a while but as she gained control over her powers, she learnt that she cannot transform back to her human self until she accidentally suffers a radiation exposure with her time with the Fantastic Four as a replacement for The Thing. While taking care of the super-heroics, she affiliated herself with team of Mighty Avengers, Incredible Hulks, Heroes for Hire, S.H.I.E.L.D., Defenders and Hulkbusters time to time.

She also has dated Luke Cage and the notorious former X-Men nemesis Juggernaut for a very brief time which did not end up well. She ripped-off The Vision in half, took down Captain America and fought Iron Man during "Avengers Disassembled" out of rage amidst the chaos, projected by a mentally unstable Scarlet Witch.

For more information on She-Hulk comics series, you can check out these links below.

She-Hulk (Comics) Wikipedia

She-Hulk (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Clash of The Hulks

Here is your links to buy "She-Hulk" comics from Marvel Comics on Amazon.

Essential Savage She-Hulk Vol 01

Secret Wars

Secret Wars Omnibus

Revenge of The Living Monolith

The Sensational She-Hulk

She-Hulk – Ceremony Book 01

She-Hulk – Ceremony Book 02

Sensational She-Hulk Vol 01

Marvel Legacy – The 1980s Handbook

Iron Man – The Dragon Seed Saga

Contest of Champions II

Avengers – Living Legends

Marvel Masters – The Art of John Byrne

Thing – Freakshow

Avengers – Standoff

Avengers – The Search For She-Hulk

She-Hulk Vol 01 – Single Green Female

She-Hulk Vol 02 – Superhuman Law

Marvel Masters – The British Invasion Vol 02

Marvel Team-Up Vol 02 – Master of The Ring

Marvel Monsters

She-Hulk Vol 03 – Time Trials

She-Hulk Vol 04 – Laws of Attraction

Civil War – Marvel Universe

She-Hulk Vol 05 – Planet Without A Hulk

Howard The Duck – Media Duckling

She-Hulk Vol 06 – Jaded

Secret Invasion – Who Do You Trust?

She-Hulk Vol 07 – Here Today

She-Hulk Vol 08 – Secret Invasion

X-Factor – Secret Invasion

She-Hulk Vol 09 – Lady Liberators

Doctor Doom and the Masters of Evil

Savage She-Hulk

Marvels – Eyes of The Camera

Fall of The Hulks Vol 01

Fall of The Hulks – Red Hulk

Fall of The Hulks – The Savage She-Hulks

Fall of The Hulks Vol 02

Women of Marvel – Celebrating Seven Decades

Women of Marvel – Celebrating Seven Decades Omnibus

Marvel Her-Oes

Chaos War – Incredible Hulks

She Hulks – Hunt for The Intelligencia

Incredible Hulks – Planet Savage

Created by Stan Lee (Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil) and John Buscema (Conan the Barbarian, Silver Surfer) in 1980, She-Hulk is a fictional Marvel Comics super heroine with monthly ongoing comic series of her own title. The character is one of the prominent super heroes of the Marvel Universe as well as a valuable team asset to many superhero teams.

Over time comic book creator John Byrne (Alpha Flight, Uncanny X-Men), Steve Gerber, Peter David (Spider-Man – The Other, X-Factor), Dan Slott (Spider-Man – Dying Wish, Superior Spider-Man), Jeph Loeb (Avengers – X-Sanction, Cable) and Charles Soule (Civil War II, Death of Wolverine) has worked on the character’s development process.

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She-Hulk Smash

She also played a role in the major crossovers like Marvel Super Heroes – Secret Wars, Civil War, World War Hulk, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign and Fear Itself. During 2016's "Secret Wars" event, she formed Marvel's all-female super-heroines team; A-Force with including Captain Marvel, Crystal, Elektra, Emma Frost, Loki, Medusa, Phoenix, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Woman, Storm, X-23 and many others.
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