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- Collecting Marvel Universe Events as graphic novels
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Collecting Marvel Universe Events as graphic novels
Civil War splintered the Avengers flagship just two years after they had been re-assembled, and just months after a decimation of the entire X-Men line. It also meant instituting an actual ideological divide between characters and fans that could not be easily resolved with a handshake at the end of the event. All the risk paid off. Civil War is a rich, multi-layered event that brought out the best in nearly every book it touched, and turned The Avengers into a diverse multi-book line to equal the X-Men.
The X-Men play an extremely limited role in Civil War, as they were still dealing with the ramifications of Decimation. As a result, their tie-in book is especially tangential. The result is an exhaustive coverage of the event!
While six of these books seem to align to the oversize hardcover editions, below, their contents are not the same. Here are the contents of the set:. Tie-in issues were consolidated with scant exceptions into a series of six hardcovers, which are highly recommended for ease-of-collection. The individual issue ranges for each title are listed in the next list, below. As one of the consequences of Civil War, the US government charters an Avengers-like superhero team in every one of the fifty states!
The Hulk takes center stage in his first ever line-wide crossover! Over the years, Bruce Banner has been a hero, a villain, and an unaligned force of sheer destruction. That meant he sometimes ran afoul of the heroes of the Marvel Universe, and eventually an elite group of heroes including Tony Stark and Professor Xavier decided that The Hulk was too dangerous to inhabit Earth!
Their exile of Hulk to the outer reaches of space initiates the Planet Hulk storyline. Due to a twist at the end of Planet Hulk, an enraged Hulk returns to Earth set on a singular goal — to destroy the men who sent him to space, as well as all that they love! The event is followed by a brief epilogue, Aftersmash.
Strange, and Mr. First, Planet Hulk is presaged by New Avengers: Illuminati, which also acts as a prequel to Civil War — it is collected as described above. Planet Hulk is collected in hardcover and paperback , including issues and Giant-Size Hulk. Next, World War Hulk is available in hardcover and paperback , which also collect an Aftersmash one-shot. Supporting issues are collected ina number of tie-in volumes. After the galaxy-wide destruction of Annihilation, another enemy takes advantage of the resulting chaos to vie for control of some of the oldest civilizations in the universe — The Phalanx!
Originally an X-Men foe in the s, the Phalanx are race of hive-minded techno-organic entities that sweep across worlds, assimilating their organic species. Individual issues are listed below. In Secret Invasion, The Skrulls pose the alarming question: have we really found all of the imposters? The result is a world-altering, line-wide crossover that — for once — takes its cues from years of accumulated continuity stretching back to the earliest issues of Fantastic Four! First, Infiltration addressed the clues leading up to the full-blown invasion.
Other Infiltration issues included:. Secret Invasion are collected in paperback and hardcover. The main limited series reads a little disjointed without the battles taking place in the tie-ins — particularly in Avengers titles. Dark Reign was not a direct crossover or even a limited series, which makes explaining it a little difficult. Instead, it was a sort of villainous pallor that hung over the Marvel Universe for a year — totaling over issues!
Without dropping any major spoilers, the final pages of Secret Invasion put a particularly despicable classic Marvel Villain in a position of power and trust in America. While he does his worst to undermine the traditional slate of Marvel heroes, his warped justice actually yields a few positive results for the American people — making this period even more confusing and twisted! Seige is the grand finale of the epic three-year cycle of stories that began with Civil War. There was also a Siege Prelude paperback, which introduced the major themes of the event.
Like Dark Reign before it, Heroic Age was a decentralized event without a main story. It put the focus back on tried-and-true Marvel heroes doing what they do best — saving the world. X-Men Vol. As his crime-fighting friends decide how to confront the suddenly deadly Daredevil, a new Man Without Fear takes to the streets of New York. Stemming from events culminating in The Incredible Hercules: Assault on New Olympus and The Incredible Hercules: The New Prince of Power , this fight against the Chaos King and its tie-ins were outright despised by fans except for Hercules fans, who thought it was a decent resolution to his title, if a bit of a letdown.
The negative reception is only partially due to the impenetrable story. Of course, that mission is bound to be tricky, since the Scarlet Witch has been missing in action since the end of House of M!
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How does this limited series classify as an event? Doom as a villain — even though he is presently a hero in Fantastic Four! It creates very few conflicts. Another event with Thor and Asgard playing the most prominent role, though its effects reached into every corner — and nearly every title! The Serpent of Asgardian legend rises in the form of a man, and he is determined to usurp control of Asgard and plunge the Earth into a worldwide epidemic of fear.
To aid him in his battle, seven corrupting hammers descend upon Earth, empowering heroes and villains alike as ultimately powerful, unstoppable forces of evil. The main story played out in a seven plus three issue series. However, as has been the case with recent limited-series driven events, the limited contains only the main bash … story elements are spread out across the line of titles. Fans and critics generally disliked the main book, but applauded many of the tie-ins for excellent storytelling and action. A new, short-lived Defenders series launched in the wake of this event with Defenders by Matt Fraction hardcover.
Note that the only ongoing series to cross over into the event along with Amazing Spider-Man were Venom, Herc, and Black Panther — everything else was contained to a mini-series. In Marvel pitted two of their big three franchises against each other over the coming of the Phoenix Force! The crossover itself consisted of two main series — Avengers vs. X-Men and Avengers vs. If you want Avengers vs. To grab all of the tie-ins in one place, you simply need Avengers vs.
X-Men Companion , which collects all of the tie-ins listed below as well as the epilogue from Consequences. The epilogue is the five-issue Avengers vs. Though Bendis broke ground on the series with artist Brian Hitch around that time, with Avengers vs. X-Men on the horizon, Marvel delayed the event from to In retrospect, you can feel how the two events are interchangable in their potential to set up Marvel Now. Fans widely panned the event due to its awkward fit into continuity and lack of action.
Due to the significant shift in timing of this event and the self-contained nature of the story, it did not include many tie-ins — but those that it did are universally strong, if a bit depressing. A pair of paperbacks split the series between the main event and tie-ins. As a result of the event, The Inhumans and their Terrigan Mists are thrust into prominence in decentralized event lead by writer Matt Fraction.
The main event Infinity runs through Infinity and directly relates with nine accompanying issues of Avengers — Avengers and New Avengers The continuity of those issues is shown on the map at the right — put together by Hickman himself!
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Strange, Mr. Infinity is collected in story order! All of the Infinity tie-in issues listed below in bullets are collected in Infinity Companion Oversize Hardcover. Inhumanity consists of a new series — Inhuman — plus several tie-ins, collected in the Inhumanity oversized hardcover and paperback.
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However, several other series displayed the effects of Inhumanity — notably, the launches of Ms. Marvel and New Warriors. The main series will follow an unlikely investigative team including Black Panther, Emma Frost, Moon Knight, Punisher, and Thor as they seek the murderer.