“Avengers: Rage of Ultron” Review

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ULTRON FINALLY CONQUERS THE AVENGERS
In 'Avengers: Rage Of Ultron,' Ultron conquers the Avengers.
In ‘Avengers: Rage Of Ultron’ (2015), Ultron conquers the Avengers. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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It was another glorious victory for the Mighty Avengers. Good triumphed over evil and Ultron was shot into space, never to be seen again. Or so they thought. Now, years later, the homicidal artificial intelligence — so long devoted to ending life on Earth — has found a new world to conquer…one with its own horrific legacy. When Titan, birthplace of Thanos, falls, Planet Ultron rises in its place! Thanos’ brother Starfox must seek the aid of his former allies — but the Avengers he finds are radically different from the ones he once knew. Among them is Ultron’s creator Giant-Man — and when Hank Pym confronts his now planet-sized “son,” the responsibilities of fatherhood have never loomed so large.

To begin, “Avengers: Rage Of Ultron” is an important Avengers story. Amazingly, it expands on the relationship between the Avengers and their nemesis: Ultron.

Importantly, Rick Remender’s writing shines. Particularly, the writer crafts one of the best Avengers sci-fi stories. Moreover, the graphic novel builds upon the story arc involving Hank Pym and Ultron, with great dramatic tension.

To sum, this is a one-shot you do not want to miss. Indeed, share this graphic novel to fans of the Avengers and to comic clubs. Definitely, it is worth its price and will leave you wanting for more Ultron! And Vision!

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  • “Avengers: Rage of Ultron”
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  • Language: English.
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In a few words, “Avengers: Rage Of Ultron” is the high-quality comic. In addition, the graphic novel on Comixology maintains the six panel grid with high-quality and vibrant colors. Also, “Avengers: Rage Of Ultron” contains splash and ensemble cast pages.

To sum, this graphic novel is excellent for your collection and for delving into high-quality art. You will definitely love the coloring, lettering and story-telling. This is the graphic novel to own in order to build your Avengers graphic novel collection.

Moreover, this product has good reviews and has 161 global ratings with an average customer review rating of 4.5 out of 5. There is a great satisfaction with the product.

One positive customer review said: “As I mentioned earlier, this is the best Avengers story I’ve read since Busiek’s run came to an end. The prose and the philosophically-charged issues make this very high brow reading that’s exciting, thought-provoking, and worth rereading.

Definitely a story you’ll be picking up five years down the road for another look. And there’s even a very explanatory introduction from the previously–mentioned Kurt Busiek himself. This purchase is worth every friggin’ penny. You won’t be sorry.”

The reviews were overall very positive with 7 negative ratings. A problem cited by a negative review was the price per page count: “25 dollars for a 112 page book is absolute crap. Marvel needs to update their quantity because this is the only case where quantity is equal to quality. Thank god for websites like amazon so you dont have to buy it uber priced. Almost as bad as the art of deadpool trade..”

Overall, this graphic novel was great.

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I recommend this graphic novel as a significant Avengers sci-fi story.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Feat: Wonder Man, ‘Avengers’ #31

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IN SUPERHERO BATTLES

WONDER MAN (SIMON WILLIAMS)
EARTH-616

In ‘Avengers’ (2012) #31, titled “End Times”, Wonder Man performs a fighting skill feat. To begin, the Avengers are recovering from the fallout of “AvX”. Meanwhile, Wonder Man has come to Avengers Tower to ask Captain America for help. Suddenly, Red Hulk attacks him. During the fight, Wonder Man chokes out Red Hulk.

How much fighting skill does it take for Wonder Man to choke out Red Hulk?

IN THE ISSUE, WONDER MAN CHOKED OUT RED HULK IN A PLANETARY LEVEL ATTACK.

IMPORTANTLY, WONDER MAN GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.545431*10^18 CALORIES BURNED. OR, 6.4660831*10^21 JOULES OF BIOCHEMICAL EXPENDITURE.

SIMILARLY, THE ATTACK WAS STRONGER THAN 9.2958253*10^12 MEN AND 2.5 TIMES THE ENERGY RECEIVED BY THE EARTH. TO SUM, ENOUGH TO DESTROY A SMALL COUNTRY.

FIGHTING SKILLS FEAT:

WARRIOR MADNESS

Fighting Skills: Warrior Madness 83%

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Wonder Man choked out Red Hulk. Wonder Man likely held Red Hulk longer than he can hold his breath.

We will use Hulk’s lung capacity from a crossover comic to estimate Red Hulk’s lung capacity.

HULK’S DURABILITY

In ‘Batman vs The Incredible Hulk’ (1995) #1, Batman attacks Hulk with sleeping gas. Since Hulk can hold his breath for half a year, the Dark Knight attacked a pressure point. Using martial arts, Batman kicked Hulk at the solar plexus. Incredibly, this caused the Green Goliath to gasp for air, knocking him out.

In 'Batman vs The Incredible Hulk' Batman performs a super strength feat. During the battle, Batman kicks Hulk at the solar plexus, depriving him of air and making the monster susceptible to sleeping gas.
In ‘Batman vs The Incredible Hulk’ (1995) #1, Batman performs a super strength feat. During the battle, Batman kicks Hulk at the solar plexus, depriving him of air and making the monster susceptible to sleeping gas. AP Photo/DC Comics.

We will use this feat to calculate Hulk’s lung capacity.

NUMBER CRUNCHING

In “Feat: Batman, ‘Batman vs The Incredible Hulk’ #1”, we extrapolated the Hulk’s lung capacity. The energy of Hulk’s vital capacity was 6.4660831*1021 Joules.

Since Red Hulk has the Hulk’s super powers, we can estimate him to have similar vital capacity.

FIGHTING SKILLS

Wonder Man generated 6.4660831*1021 Joules of biochemical energy to choke out Red Hulk. Simon had to generate a Warrior Madness Level of Fighting Skills since he likely hit Red Hulk with a Planetary attack.

According to Battle Ranker: The Competition, since Wonder Man generated a Planetary Level choke hold, he can defeat 500000001-10E13 men in combat.

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Avengers Vol 4 31 in Marvel Database.
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Marvel Day: Kang The Conqueror Was Right! The Avengers Were Founded To Take On Hulk

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MARVEL DAY

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, the up-and-coming Avengers assemble to bring down the Hulk.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, the up-and-coming Avengers assemble to bring down the Hulk. AP Photo/Marvel Comics
Official Name

Avengers.

Universe

Earth-616.

Heroes

Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, Ant-Man, Wasp.

Villains

Loki, Rock Trolls.

Creators

Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

IN ORIGIN STORIES

KANG THE CONQUEROR CORRECTLY DISCOVERS THE AVENGERS WERE FORMED TO STOP HULK

In the 41st century, Kang the Conqueror plots in order to become master of all time. However, one obstacle remains in his conquest: the Avengers! In order to finally defeat his foe, Kang peers through time with his tempovision. Finally, he has a plan. Quickly, he hurtles through in a spheroid to World War I. However, he is trapped in a time-storm. Since it might damage his craft, he returns to the 41st century. In order to find someone strong enough to survive the time-storm, Kang locates Hulk in the 20th century. Then, bringing him to his time, Kang tells Hulk his plan.

Slyly, the Green Goliath must travel to World War I. Specifically, his mission is to stop the Phantom Eagle from destroying a cannon of the Axis Powers. What Kang, however, does not say is that, the cannon will destroy a town where Hulk’s ancestors lived. Indeed, Kang correctly determined that the Avengers were formed to stop Hulk. With Hulk never born, he will be erased in 1971 and the Avengers will not have formed. As it turns out, Hulk ends up foiling Kang’s plan before returning to 1971.

In 'The Incredible Hulk' (1971) #135, Hulk punches through time to World War I.
In ‘The Incredible Hulk’ (1971) #135, Hulk punches through time to World War I. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

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IN 1963, LOKI MANIPULATES HULK IN ORDER TO FIGHT THOR

In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, the Avengers make their spectacular debut. To begin, Loki is imprisoned on the Isle of Silence on Odin’s order. Sinisterly, the God of Evil blames Thor. In his latest scheme, he plans to bring Thor to the Isle to get his revenge. Using thought projection, Loki travels to Earth and after long hours, he located the incredible Hulk. Mentally, he creates an illusion before Hulk’s sight of dynamite on the train tracks. Misjudging his super strength, Hulk leaps and destroys the train tracks.

In order to save an incoming train, Hulk stands on a boulder and supports the damaged tracks. Though the train passes safely, Hulk is once again a wanted man. Finding out about recent reports, the Teen Brigade contacts the Fantastic Four. Unbeknownst to them, Loki intercepts their radio wave, sending it to Dr. Blake’s office. Hearing the signal, Dr. Blake strikes the ground with his cane and transforms into Thor.

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, Loki schemes to get revenge on Thor.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, Loki schemes to get revenge on Thor. AP Photo/DC Comics.

Meanwhile, other super heroes intercept the radio waves. Soon, Thor, Iron Man, Ant-Man and Wasp join the Teen Brigade at their headquarters. During the meeting, Thor spots Hulk outside.

Springing into action, Thor hurls his hammer at Hulk. Incredibly, it passes through Hulk. Seeing it is a mental image, Thor realizes he has been duped by Loki. On the rainbow bridge, the God of Thunder travels to Asgard.

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, the future Avengers assemble at the Teen Brigade headquarters.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, the future Avengers assemble at the Teen Brigade headquarters. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

FEAT: DURING HIS FIGHT AGAINST LOKI, THOR DEFEATS A ROCK TROLL

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, Thor defeats a rock troll.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, Thor defeats a rock troll. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

IRON MAN, ANT-MAN AND WASP HUNT DOWN HULK AT A CIRCUS

Since the heroes are hunting him down, Hulk disguises as Mechano the robot-man and works at a circus. Unfortunately, his incredible feats of strength draw the attention of Ant-Man’s army of ants. Pym suspects he is Hulk. Quickly, he heads to the location with Wasp and Iron Man. Within moments, the heroes arrive at the circus.

There, Ant-Man and the Wasp engage Hulk in battle. Soon, they manage to get Hulk out of his disguise. When Wasp is held within Hulk’s giant hands, Iron Man intervenes. Incredibly, a duel follows that takes both fighters across states. In Detroit, Hulk and Iron Man are locked in battle. Finally, Iron Man manages to imprison Hulk in a steel grapple. At that moment, Thor arrives.

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, the up-and-coming Avengers assemble to bring down the Hulk.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, the up-and-coming Avengers assemble to bring down the Hulk. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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AFTER LOKI IS VANQUISHED, THE AVENGERS FORM FOR THE FIRST TIME

In the last pages, Thor reveals Loki to be the mastermind of the hunt. Wickedly, he used Hulk to gaud Thor into a combat on the Isle of Silence. When Hulk attempts to fight Loki, the God of Mischief turns radioactive.

Then, it’s up to Ant-Man and Wasp to save the day. Silently commanding his army of ants, Ant-Man orders a trap door beneath Loki’s feet. Amazingly, Loki is imprisoned in a lead-lined tank. For a few minutes, Loki will remain radioactive until Thor returns him to Asgard. In the end, the Avengers form in order to be an unbeatable team.

In 'Avengers' (1963) #1, the Avengers form for the first time.
In ‘Avengers’ (1963) #1, the Avengers form for the first time. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

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SOURCES

Incredible Hulk Vol 1 135 in Marvel Database.
Avengers Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.

“Siege #1-4 (2010) Marvel Comics – 4 Comics” Review

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“Siege” is high superhero drama. Asgard under siege by the Dark Avengers! When Asgard is threatened, it takes the resources of the Avengers and Thor in order to put an end to the threat.

One of the most popular battles in fandom, is Thor vs Void Sentry. Over the years,, Thor has battled from cosmic being, to gods, to mythological monsters. Void Sentry adds spectacularly to Thor’s mythology providing a monster with unrelenting power.

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  • “Siege #1-4 (2010) Marvel Comics – 4 Comics”.
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  • Publisher: Marvel Comics.
  • Language: English.
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  • Publication Date: 2010.

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“Siege” is one of the most popular events in Marvel fandom. Featuring a dramatic story, machinations and unforgettable battles, it displays some of the best moments in Marvel history. Marvel superheroes function best as trained warriors and “Siege” shows.

The comic is excellent for your collection and for examining Marvel story-telling. You will definitely love the humanity of the characters showing that despite their overwhelming power, they remain tied to their motivations. At Marvel, superheroes often do what needs to be done.

This product has 2 ratings with an average customer rating of 5 out of 5. There are no reviews for the product.

Overall, this comic was great.

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I recommend this comic as high superhero drama in Marvel continuity.

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Feat: Goliath, ‘Avengers’ #28

IN MAD SCIENCE

GOLIATH (HENRY PYM)
EARTH-616

In ‘Avengers’ (1966) #28, titled “Among Us Walks A Goliath”, Henry “Hank” Pym performs an intelligence feat. In an attempt to re-join the Avengers, Hank Pym uses Pym Particles to alter his size and become the 100-foot Goliath.

How much intelligence does it take for Hank Pym to use Pym Particles to alter his size and become the 100-foot Goliath?

In 'Avengers' (1966) #28, Hank Pym performs an intelligence feat. In an attempt to re-join the Avengers, Hank Pym uses Pym Particles to alter his size and become the 100-foot Goliath.
In ‘Avengers’ (1966) #28, Hank Pym performs an intelligence feat. In an attempt to re-join the Avengers, Hank Pym uses Pym Particles to alter his size and become the 100-foot Goliath. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

HANK PYM’S PYM PARTICLES USE MATTER FROM THE KOSMOS DIMENSION TO GROW TO 100-FOOT GOLIATH VIOLATING THE SQUARE-CUBE LAW.

GOLIATH GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF TOTAL BINDING ENERGY 4.2396779*10^19 JOULES INCREASING THE NUMBER OF HIS ATOMS FROM 8.391*10^27 ATOMS TO 2.3277775*10^30 ATOMS. HANK PYM GREW FROM 6 FEET TO 100-FOOT WITH THE PYM PARTICLES FROM THE KOSMOS DIMENSION.

GOLIATH PROCESSED 6.1051363*10^33 BYTES OF INFORMATION, 5.0876136*10^15 TIMES MORE INTELLIGENT THAN THE INTERNET.

INTELLIGENCE FEAT:

MATHEMATICAL COMPUTATION

                 

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Hank Pym discovered a way to use his Pym Particles to transport matter from the Kosmos Dimension in order to grow in height and size. Though he violates the Square-Cube Law. Hank Pym likely transported atoms from the Kosmos Dimension in order to increase his height and size.

We will use this fact to calculate the increase in height due to the addition of matter in the form of atoms.

NUMBER CRUNCHING

From ThoughtCo, let’s use the chemical composition of the human body to calculate the total binding energy in a 70 kg body. There are 7*10^27 atoms in a 70 kg body. You can toggle the Toggle Arrow below in order to show the calculations.

Total Binding Energy In A 70 Kg Body = 9.25815810^16 J + 1.861280810^16 J + 3.756067910^15 J + 5.754289810^15 J + 3.372712210^15 J + 1.497116110^15 J + 6.096168710^14 J + 4.184719110^14 J + 6.688986710^14 J + 2.223497710^14 J = 1.2749391*10^17 J.

Since Hank Pym, 6-foot body is 83.91 Kg, we can find the total number of atoms in 6-foot body.

Number Of Atoms In A 83.91 Kg Body = (83.91 kg/70 kg)(710^27 atoms) = 8.39110^27 atoms.

Since Hank is human, we can assume the increase height maintains his BMI. We use the BMI to calculate Hank’s weight at 100 feet.

Henry Pym’s BMI = (83.91)/(1.83^2 m) = 25.0559885335 kg/m^2.

Henry Pym’s Mass At 100 Foot = (25.0559885335 kg/m^2)(30.48^2 m) = 23277.7750497 kg. Then we can calculate the number of atoms in a 23277 Kg body and the total binding energy.

Number Of Atoms In A 23277 Kg Body = (23277.7750497 kg/83.91 kg)(1.528287710^17 J) = 2.327777510^30 atoms.

Total Binding Energy In A 23277 Kg Body = (2.327777510^30/8.39110^27 atoms)(1.528287710^17 J) = 4.239677910^19 J. The last two steps are to calculate the energy ratio in Hank’s 100-foot body and the bytes of information in Hank’s brain. We use the fact that a human being uses 7,500,000 J/day. We end up with 6.1051363*10^33 bytes in Hank’s brain. Let’s have a comparison with the Internet.

Ratio Henry Pym/Internet = (6.105136310^33 bytes/human)/(120010^15 bytes) = 5.0876136*10^15/human.

INTELLIGENCE

Hank Pym used the Pym Particles in order to increase his height and size. From his increase to 100-foot we can calculate that Hank’s invention allowed him to process 6.1051363*10^33 bytes of information at the Mathematical Computation Level of Intelligence.

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Calculations for Goliath, ‘Avengers’ #28

Number Of Atoms In A 70 Kg Body = 7*10^27 atoms. http://barwinski.net/isotopes/query_select.php

Total Binding Energy Of Oxygen Atom = (0.65*2.03476*10^-11 J/1 Oxygen atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 9.258158*10^16 J.
Binding Energy Of Carbon Atom = (0.18*1.477207*10^-11 J/1 Carbon atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 1.8612808*10^16 J.
Binding Energy Of Hydrogen = 0 J.
Binding Energy Of Nitrogen = (0.032*1.67681604311*10^-11 J/1 Nitrogen atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 3.7560679*10^15 J.
Binding Energy Of Calcium = (0.015*5.48027603883*10^-11 J/Calcium atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 5.7542898*10^15 J.
Binding Energy Of Phosphorus = (0.012*4.015133539303*10^-11 J/1 Phosphorus atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 3.3727122*10^15 J.
Binding Energy Of Potassium = (0.004*5.346843297773*10^-11 J/1 Potassium atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 1.4971161*10^15 J.
Binding Energy Of Sulfur = (0.002*4.35440620294*10^-11 J/1 Sulfur atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 6.0961687*10^14 J .
Binding Energy Of Sodium = (0.002*2.989085103293*10^-11 J/1 Sodium atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 4.1847191*10^14 J.
Binding Energy Of Chlorine = (0.002*4.777847658307*10^-11 J/1 Chlorine atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 6.6889867*10^14 J.
Binding Energy Of Magnesium = (0.001*3.176425301904*10^-11 J/1 Magnesium atom)(7*10^27 atoms) = 2.2234977*10^14 J.
Total Binding Energy In A 70 Kg Body = 9.258158*10^16 J + 1.8612808*10^16 J + 3.7560679*10^15 J + 5.7542898*10^15 J + 3.3727122*10^15 J + 1.4971161*10^15 J + 6.0961687*10^14 J + 4.1847191*10^14 J + 6.6889867*10^14 J + 2.2234977*10^14 J = 1.2749391*10^17 J.
Total Binding Energy In A 83.91 Kg Body = (8.391*10^27 atoms/7*10^27 atoms)(1.2749391*10^17 J) = 1.5282877*10^17 J.
Number Of Atoms In A 83.91 Kg Body = (83.91 kg/70 kg)(7*10^27 atoms) = 8.391*10^27 atoms.
Henry Pym’s BMI = (83.91)/(1.83^2 m) = 25.0559885335 kg/m^2.
Henry Pym’s Mass At 100 Foot = (25.0559885335 kg/m^2)(30.48^2 m) = 23277.7750497 kg.
Number Of Atoms In A 23277 Kg Body = (23277.7750497 kg/83.91 kg)(1.5282877*10^17 J) = 2.3277775*10^30 atoms.
Total Binding Energy In A 23277 Kg Body = (2.3277775*10^30/8.391*10^27 atoms)(1.5282877*10^17 J) = 4.2396779*10^19 J.
Energy Ratio = (24 hr*3600 s*4.2396779*10^19 J)/(0.2*7,500,000 J/day* 1hr) = 2.4420545*10^18.
Bytes Of Information In Henry Pym’s Brain = (2.4420545*10^18)(2.5*10^15 bytes)/(1 human) = 6.1051363*10^33 bytes/human.
Ratio Henry Pym/Internet = (6.1051363*10^33 bytes/human)/(1200*10^15 bytes) = 5.0876136*10^15/human.


SOURCES

Avengers Vol 1 28 in Marvel Database.
Pym Particles in Marvel Database.
Henry Pym (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Chemical Composition of the Human Body in ThoughtCo.

My Comics Reading List For May 2021 (Marvel and DC)

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In ‘Thanos’ (2018) #17, Silver Surfer (The Fallen One) falls into a trap set by Thanos before facing future Thanos. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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1. ‘THANOS’ (2018) #17 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

At the end, Thanos has conquered the universe. Only one being remains to oppose Thanos’ reign: the Fallen.

Can two Thanoses defeat the Silver Surfer?



2. ‘KING IN BLACK’ (2021) #3 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

Knull has invaded Earth with his symbiotes and killed Venom. Not even the power of the Avengers, Thor Odinson and the Fantastic Four is enough to stop him. Can the Silver Surfer come to the rescue?



3. ‘FUTURE STATE: SUPERMAN: WORLDS OF WAR’ (2021) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

Earth mourns Superman who has vanished. In his absence, Smallville has been taken over by Superman worshippers. Sadie, a girl from Gotham City has come to commemorate.

Elsewhere, Superman fights for his life in gladiatorial combats on Warworld. What is Superman’s plan?



4. ‘BATMAN: THREE JOKERS’ (2020) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

Batman, Barbara Gordon and Red Hood have all had scarred run-ins with the Joker. They realize there are three Jokers and they have to hunt them down.

In the hunt, the Jokers have surprises up their sleeves. Can the heroes find the Princes of Crime without crossing the line?



5. ‘DOOMSDAY CLOCK’ (2018) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

Ozymandias’ plan to unite the world against a common enemy failed and it resulted in the deaths of 3 million people. With the disappearance of the Watchmen, and the discovery of Ozymandias’ involvement, the world is on the verge of the Apocalypse.

Now a new Rorschach, the Comedian and Marionette emerge in order to find God.



6. ‘FUTURE STATE: TEEN TITANS’ (2021) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

The Teen Titans stand on the ruins of Titan Tower in New York. As they mourn their dead, Nightwing must uncover the clues to the destruction.

As the Titans are on the brink of dissolution, Nightwing must find Red X and find out the truth.



7. ‘HEROES REBORN’ (2021) #1 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

In an alternate reality, the Squadron Supreme are the real heroes. They are the only force that stands between the Avengers and destruction.

Will they be enough?



8. ‘AVENGERS’ (2021) #41 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

The battle to decide who will be the all-new Phoenix. Heroes and villains are pitted against each other in tournament style. The Phoenix chooses the combatants and there must be a winner.

Only one can emerge victorious.




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Marvel Day: Having Saved The Universe From Mad Thanos, Adam Warlock’s Soul Rests In The Soul Gem Dimension

MARVEL DAY

In ‘Marvel Two-In-One Annual’ (1977) #2, Adam Warlock, Pip the Troll and Gamora rest in peace in Soul World. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

IN EVOLUTION

MAD TITAN THANOS PLANS TO DETONATE ALL THE STARS IN THE UNIVERSE TO WIN DEATH’S LOVE

In ‘Avengers Annual’ (1977) #7, Adam Warlock saves the universe from mad titan Thanos using the Soul Gem. Adam Warlock arrives on a planetoid in space and finds out that Gamora is dying. He learns Gamora attempted to prevent Thanos’ plan and was struck down. Adam learns of Thanos’ plan and heads for Earth for help. Captain Marvel and Moondragon arrive at Avengers Mansion. Iron Man and Vision sense a foreboding.

Suddenly, Moondragon senses a star’s detonation light years away. She exclaims: “It has begun!” Suddenly, Adam Warlock arrives at Avengers Mansion. He tells the Avengers of Thanos plan: Resurrected, Thanos in order to win Death’s love, has gathered the six Infinity Gems and plans to detonate the stars. Moments later, Starcore, the orbital tracking station, announces news of an alien armada on track to Earth. The Avengers realize it is Thanos and depart on Moondragon’s Space Cruiser.

In 'Avengers Annual' (1977) #7, Thanos detonates a star using the Soul Gem.
In ‘Avengers Annual’ (1977) #7, Thanos detonates a star using the Soul Gem. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

THE AVENGERS FIGHT THANOS AND HIS ALIEN ARMADA

The Avengers seem outmatched by Thanos’ alien armada. Thor and Iron Man head into space in order to stop the invasion. Meanwhile, the rest of the Avengers land on a replica of Sanctuary II in order to take the fight to Thanos.

However, Adam Warlock and Captain Marvel head to the original Sanctuary II on the other side of the sun. Thanos begins to detonate the sun.

 

In 'Avengers Annual' (1977) #7, the Avengers fight Thanos and his alien armada.
In ‘Avengers Annual’ (1977) #7, the Avengers fight Thanos and his alien armada. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

STRUCK BY THANOS, ADAM WARLOCK’S FUTURE SELF STEALS HIS SOUL INTO THE SOUL GEM TO PREVENT THE BIRTH OF MAGUS

Adam Warlock and Captain Marvel arrive on Sanctuary II. Captain Marvel speeds through the window and is momentarily stunned. Mad at the deaths of Gamora (his former love) and Pip the Troll, Adam Warlock punches Thanos. Thanos responds with two attacks that leave Adam for dead. In the meantime, the other Avengers arrive. As Thor battles Thanos, Iron Man destroys Thanos’ synthetic Soul Gem. Thanos teleports away.

Moments within death, Adam Warlock’s future self appears before him. He means to steal his soul in order to prevent the birth of Adam’s future evil self, Magus. Tortured, and having lost love, Adam seeks peace. He accepts his future self’s offer. Adam’s future self uses the Soul Gem to send Adam Warlock’s soul into Soul World. There, he is reunited with Gamora and Pip.

In 'Avengers Annual' (1977) #7, Adam Warlock's future self steals his soul to prevent the birth of Magus.
In ‘Avengers Annual’ (1977) #7, Adam Warlock’s future self steals his soul to prevent the birth of Magus. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

GUIDED INTO SPACE BY MOONDRAGON’S DREAMS, SPIDER-MAN AND THING FREE THE AVENGERS FROM THANOS

In ‘Marvel Two-In-One Annual’ (1977) #2, Adam Warlock saves the universe from Thanos and finds rest in the Soul Gem dimension. Moondragon sends telepathic calls to Spider-Man for aid under the form of dreams. The dreams show the battle between Thanos and the Avengers and the danger posed to the universe. In order to resolve his dreams, Spider-Man heads to ask Thing for help. Thing believes Spider-Man’s story and accepts to help. Spider-Man and Thing take the Fantastic Four’s shuttle craft and head for “the giant space ark” on the right side of the sun.1

They arrive and are tractor beamed aboard Sanctuary III. The two heroes battle but are quickly subdued and knocked unconscious. As they awake, they find the Avengers in a room and held in stasis. Another battle follows and Spider-Man attempts to flee. However, as foreseen by Master Order Spider-Man soon returns to the site of the battle and destroys the machine that was holding the Avengers captive. The Avengers are free! But Spider-Man still has to retrieve Adam Warlock’s Soul Gem.

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FREED FROM THE SOUL GEM BY SPIDER-MAN, ADAM WARLOCK’S SOUL TURNS THANOS INTO GRANITE THEN FINDS PEACE IN SOUL WORLD


SOURCES

Avengers Annual Vol 1 7 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Two-In-One Annual Vol 1 2 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Avengers Annual #7.

Marvel Day: In “Enter The Phoenix”, The Thunder God Attempts To End Gladiatorial Combat But Becomes The Son Of A Monster With A Devastating Origin Story

MARVEL DAY

ORIGIN STORIES

THE PHOENIX SHOWS SUPERHEROES’ AND SUPERVILLAINS’ FIGHTS ARE GLADIATORIAL COMBAT

In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #40, Phoenix seeking a host causes gladiatorial combat among superheroes on Earth. The Avengers have located Phoenix rising out of the arctic ice on a volcanic island. Apparently, Phoenix was called to Earth by Namor who seeks to marry her. In fact, the Phoenix has summoned heroes and villains in order to fight each other to claim her as host. “Enter the Phoenix” shows superheroes’ fights are reminiscient of ancient gladiatorial combat.

We begin the first gladiator combat between Captain America and Doctor Doom. The battle is vicious and Doom ultimately gains the upper hand. Doom manages to kill Captain America twice with cosmic blasts, however, aided by the Phoenix, Captain America rises from the ashes to continue fighting. Noticing this as the Phoenix’s testament to Captain America’s valor, Doctor Doom forfeits the battle. Captain America is then transported by Phoenix to the White Hot Room where the other combatants wait their turn.

In 'Avengers' (2020) #40, Phoenix seeks a new host and select heroes and villains to fight in gladiatorial combat.
In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #40, Phoenix seeks a new host and select heroes and villains to fight in gladiatorial combat. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

BLACK PANTHER HAS TO DECIDE TO END THE PHOENIX’S CONTEST

In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #41, the Phoenix continues its gladiatorial combats by selecting combatants from the White Hot Room. We have the following matches: Black Panther vs Man-Thing. Luke Cage vs American Eagle. Shanna The She-Devil vs Moon Girl. Valkyrie (Jane Foster) vs Orb. Hyperion vs Shang-Chi. Red Widow vs Howard The Duck. Black Panther vs Nighthawk. Maya Lopez vs Namor.

In the White Hot Room, the Phoenix speaks to Black Panther in aparte. She tells him to end the contest. Phoenix tells him she knew the old Panther king who fought with glowing rocks but who could end gods. Black Panther promises to end the contest no matter the cost. Phoenix says she wants T’Challa and that she will burn Wakanda’s name across the stars if he agress. Otherwise, she will burn it to ashes. Black Panther refuses and asks Phoenix to become benevolent. Otherwise, he will show Phoenix how he deals with a blizzard.

In 'Avengers' (2021) #41, Black Panther faces Man-Thing in gladiatorial combat.
In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #41, Black Panther faces Man-Thing in gladiatorial combat. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

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IN A NEW ORIGIN STORY WITH PHOENIX, THOR BECOMES THE SON OF A MONSTER

In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #42, the Avengers attempt to end Phoenix’s gladiatorial combat. Outside the White Hot Room, on the volcanic island, the Avengers are attempting to contain the Phoenix. The Avengers battle the Phoenix in order to keep her contained in the volcanic island. As the Phoenix is freed, Thor reflects on the link he has shared with the Phoenix time and again. He feels some form of love. She tells him, he is her son. This is the new origin story of Thor and effectively makes him the son of a monster. In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #43, Thor battles his way against Phoenix through his new origin story. The Phoenix finally escapes the volcanic island.

Thor does not believe the lie and tells her Gaia is her mother. He throws his hammer at the Phoenix Force which phases through her. Then, Phoenix Force explains that the lie was necessary for Thor to protect the Earth. She tells the Thunder God is a child of Fire and Thunder. The Avengers are worried about Thor but Iron Man tells Okoye to delay the Wakandan Helicarriers. The Phoenix Force tells Thor, Gaia kept her trapped inside Earth for thousands of years. However, when the final host came, she was free. And now, she remembers Thor. Thor battles Phoenix Force but she soon gains the upper hand. Elsewhere, Captain America is about to face Black Panther in gladiatorial combat.

In 'Avengers' (2021) #42, Thor battles Phoenix and finds out he is her son.
In ‘Avengers’ (2021) #43, Thor battles Phoenix and finds out he is her son. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

SOURCES

Avengers Vol 8 40 in Marvel Database.
Avengers Vol 8 42 in Marvel Database.
Avengers Vol 8 43 in Marvel Database.

My Comics Reading List April 2021 (DC And Marvel)

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In ‘Thanos’ (2018) #17, Silver Surfer (The Fallen One) falls into a trap set by Thanos before facing future Thanos. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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1. ‘THANOS’ (2018) #13 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

Thanos has conquered Chitauri Prime, homeworld of the Chitauri. A Chitauri counselor informs him that a creature resembling the Phoenix has bypassed their defenses and is coming. Thanos smiles as he admires the death the creature is bringing.



2. ‘THOR’ (2020) #6 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

The Black Winter has come to claim Galactus. Unable to fight off the Black Winter, Galactus requests his herald’s help, King Thor. However, King Thor realizes Galactus has duped him. A battle to the death follows.



3. ‘SUPERMAN’ (2020) #18 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

The revelation that forever shook the DC Universe! Superman makes a decision that changes his personal life, and the lives of family and friends. Could there be an enemy that is at the origin of this decision?



4. ‘KING IN BLACK’ (2021) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

In New York City, Eddie Brock protects his son against the coming threat. The Avengers are monitoring an extra-dimensional invasion of Symbiote Dragons from space. As Venom sends his son in the bunker, the Symbiote Dragons invade Earth. Knull has arrived.



5. ‘FUTURE STATE: JUSTICE LEAGUE’ (2021) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

The new Justice League investigates murders in the Hall of Justice. It appears the Legion of Doom was murdered there.

The new super-team has to create some rules in order to function more efficiently.



6. ‘FUTURE STATE: IMMORTAL WONDER WOMAN’ (2021) #1 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

In the distant future, Batman is dead. Wonder Woman visits the cave and is visited by Batman’s spirit. He urges her to continue her fight for good. Diana came to pick up a belt Batman left for a time when he would no longer be.

Leaving the Batcave, Wonder Woman witnesses an event in the sky…



7. ‘AVENGERS’ (2020) #40 (MARVEL)

SYNOPSIS

The cosmic firebird of destruction called the Phoenix has returned to Earth, seeking a host.

A global competition follows on Earth, to see who will be the next Phoenix!



8. ‘JUSTICE LEAGUE’ (2018) #32 (DC)

SYNOPSIS

On Earth 0, The Batman Who Laughs has created Dark Knights that are counterparts of the Justice League. The Justice League must fight them in Bat-caves.




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Marvel Day Series: Spider-Man Gets A New Black Costume In The ‘Secret Wars’ Event On Battleworld

MARVEL DAY SERIES

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man creates the black costume using a device that creates things by thought. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

IN MARVEL COMICS

SPIDER-MAN IS KIDNAPPED BY A MASSIVE ALIEN STRUCTURE IN CENTRAL PARK

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man fights the Hobgoblin. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man is transported to Battleworld.

In a battle with Hobgoblin, Spider-Man and Hobgoblin are trapped in a building on fire. Hobgoblin awakens first and attempts to finish off Spider-Man who evades the attack. As the whole structure is about to collapse, Hobgoblin evades pursuit in his battle van. Spider-Man is in hot pursuit.

Writhing in pain and agony, Spider-Man evades certain death when Hobgoblin crashes through a bar. Spider-Man finally crushes open the top of the battle van and enters. A man-to-man confrontation ensues where Spider-Man is at a disadvantage since Hobgoblin previously suppressed Spider-Man’s spider-sense. As Hobgoblin is about to land in the final blow, Spider-Man’s spider sense returns. Spider-Man evades the attack.

Hobgoblin set the battle van on auto-guidance system and it is headed for Pier 83. The battle van crashes into the Hudson River with Spider-Man and Hobgoblin locked in battle. As Spider-Man attempts to save Hobgoblin, the battle van’s self-destruct mechanism engages and the battle van explodes later. Swimming to the surface, Spider-Man borrows a lamp from a frogman and plunges back into the waters. He searches for Hobgoblin amidst the debris and only finds “a ruined mask.”1

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man fights the Hobgoblin. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

A day later, Peter Parker parts with Harry Osborn after consoling him for his father’s death. Suddenly, his spider-sense goes wild, “like a bomb exploding within [his] head.”1 Spider-Man says it’s the third monster tingle he has experienced in the last three days and he puts on his costume.

He states the danger is coming from Central Park. Web-swinging across trees, he arrives at Sheep Meadow. He finds a massive alien structure. Moved by a superior force, he enters the alien structure and vanishes.

In ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ (1984) #251, Spider-Man is kidnapped by a massive alien structure in Central Park. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

SPIDER-MAN, THE HEROES AND THE VILLAINS MEET THE BEYONDER IN SPACE!

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, Spider-Man and the heroes are transported to Battleworld. The heroes and the villains are kept in separate life-support environments. The heroes are the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the X-Men and Magneto. Wasp, a member of the Avengers suggest they make introductions. Then, Captain America orders to notice the other life-support environment at four o’clock.

Reed Richards asks Professor X to scan the construct. He recognizes the aura of evil from the villains. Dr. Doom makes the introductions of the villains who are Enchantress, Ultron, Absorbing Man, Wrecker and the Wrecking Crew, Thunderball, Piledriver, Bulldozer, Kang, Galactus, the Lizard, Molecule Man, Dr. Octopus and himself. Dr. Doom recognizes the construct of the heroes and concludes it is for war. As the heroes wonder why Magneto is in their midst, Professor X motions to pay attention to what is happening in space.

 

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, Spider-Man and the heroes are kidnapped in space. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

The heroes watch as the entire galaxy in their vicinity is being wiped away. Thor and Iron Man are in awe. Then, from the remains, a planet is created. Battleworld is created. Then, light erupts in space. The Beyonder introduces himself: “I am from beyond! Slay your enemies and all you desire shall be yours! Nothing you dream of is impossible for me to accomplish!”2

Galactus sensing the Beyonder’s power flies out of the construct in the intent to have Beyonder rid him of his hunger. Dr. Doom is in pursuit. Galactus and Dr. Doom are swatted away like flies to the bewilderment of Captain America and Professor X. The heroes and the villains are transported to Battleworld.

In 'Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars' (1984) #1, Beyonder promises the heroes and the villains their hearts' desire if they battle on Battleworld.
In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #1, the heroes and the villains are introduced to Battleworld. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

SPIDER-MAN DEFEATS THE X-MEN AMIDST A STORM ON BATTLEWORLD

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #3, a storm is raging on Battleworld. The heroes lament their homes as factions are forming and the villains are preparing for war. At the heroes’ base, in the communications chamber, Hulk, Captain America and Mister Fantastic are monitoring the storm, Galactus and Doombase. Mister Fantastic laments his pregnant wife and asks Captain America to be excused. Spider-Man follows Mister Fantastic and notices how depressed he is. Then he arrives at X-Men HQ.

Spider-Man overhears the X-Men’s discussion. They lament that even on Battleworld, they are not accepted by the Avengers and the heroes. They decide to put their plan in action. They are going to join Magneto. At that moment, Spider-Man storms through the window and swats Professor X and Cyclops. He exclaims he is going tell others about their plans. He webs Colossus and evades Rogue’s attack. He webs Rogue and Nightcrawler and also swats away Wolverine attempting to sneak behind him. Then he escapes evading, Cyclops‘ optic beam. As Spider-Man finds Mister Fantastic attempting to tell him of the X-Men’s plans, Professor X wipes his mind!

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #3, Spider-Man defeats the X-Men as a storm rages on Battleworld. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

DURING THE ASSAULT ON DOOMBASE TO SAVE SHE-HULK, SPIDER-MAN CREATES THE ALIEN SYMBIOTE

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, the heroes rescue She-Hulk in danger at Doombase on Battleworld. An all-out battle commences. During the battle, Spider-Man intercepts Titania attempting to land a steel girder on top of the heroes. Spider-Man kicks her in the back.

Spider-Man evades two punches that break through the wall and the ground. He then avoids a block of stone thrown at him. As Titania is about to slam a block of stone on Spider-Man pinned on the floor, Spider-Man evades with lightning speed. Then, with a flurry of a kick and punches, Spider-Man throws Titania through the concrete wall, outside Doombase, she falls to the ground and passes out.

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man defeats Titania. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

After the battle is over, Captain Marvel finds a battered She-Hulk on the floor. Mister Fantastic places She-Hulk in a pod to regenerate. Meanwhile, Spider-Man finds Thor (and Hulk) exiting a room with his cape reconstituted. Spider-Man asks Thor and Thor tells him that Hulk found a “wondrous device.” Hulk tells Spider-Man it’s in a room where Spider-Man can just think to produce any clothing he wants.

Spider-Man heads into the room and is able to find the device. He concentrates then a black sphere is created on the device. Spider-Man’s spider-sense tingles and as he attempts to evade, the alien symbiote grafts itself onto Spider-Man’s costume. Then, Spider-Man’s black costume is produced on Battleworld. Spider-Man wonders why the costume came out black and says that maybe he was “subconsciously influenced by that new Spider-Woman’s suit!”3

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #8, Spider-Man creates the black costume using a device that creates things by thought. AP Photo/Marvel Comics

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SPIDER-MAN AND THE HEROES LEAVE BATTLEWORLD

In ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #12, Spider-Man heads back to Earth. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

At the ‘Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars’ (1984) #12, the heroes have triumphed and prepare to leave Battleworld. As they prepare to return to Earth, they head to the same room where Spider-Man created his costume. Spider-Man asks the heroes if their costumes respond to thoughts. Human Torch responds “No–They’re just–Just clothes!” Spider-Man wonders to himself why his costume does.

Finally, the heroes are set to be transported back to Earth. Mister Fantastic explains the heroes are going to be beamed to the construct that transported them, then they will be transported back to Earth to Central Park or to whatever location the heroes concentrate on. Mister Fantastic says they will be sent by groups.

First are Spider-Man, Dr. Connors, Spider-Woman, Hulk and Magneto.

NEXT: SPIDER-MAN DISCOVERS THE ORIGIN OF THE ALIEN SYMBIOTE FROM MISTER FANTASTIC. FEBRUARY 2ND.


SOURCES

Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 8 in Marvel Database.
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 251 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 3 in Marvel Database.
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars Vol 1 12 in Marvel Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Amazing Spider-Man #251.
  2. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1.
  3. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #8.