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 Age of X: Universe #2 - Age of X - Chapter Two
Importance Rating: 10.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Khoi Pham
Writer(s): Chuck Kim, Simon Spurrier
Release Date: June 2011
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: X-Men: Age of X
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Fun Facts: Gambit only appears on the cover, not in the storyline.
Comic Summary: Captain America, Sue Storm, Iron Man and Redback break into Fortress X, and manage to tranquilize as opposed to kill any mutants they encounter - until Callisto detects their invisible forms. The invisibility ends and full-scale battle begins, with Captain America eventually gunning down Mystique. But the Avengers are horrified to learn that she was merely protecting several young mutants. Mystique delivers a very passionate speech, before dying. The Avengers realize that they have made a mistake, and plan to leave and resign. But Iron Man’s armor overrides and prepares to kill the young mutants - until Captain America shoots and kills Iron Man. Captain America, Sue and Redback escape Fortress X with Iron Man’s glove, while the Hulk makes his way towards the Fortress, a massive bomb strapped to his back, ready to blow up every mutant in Fortress X. The Avengers engage the Hulk, and a missile is launched. Captain Ameirca’s legs are blown off and he gives the mutants a speech about working together, while Sue continues to hold back the Hulk with her force field. Redback picks up Iron Man’s glove, before the Hulk breaks the force field. Before the Hulk can kill Sue, Redback slices his arm off, and uses the Iron Man glove to detonate the bomb, killing herself and the Hulk, and decimating the area around them. Inside the new force field - force wall - that surrounds Fortress X, Legacy stays with Captain America as he dies. Today, Legacy recalls those events, and discusses with Cannonball that they should not be soldiers, but heroes.

 Astonishing Tales, Vol. 2 #4 - Die Hard The Hunter / Endless Stolen Sky Part 4 / Demons / Crashing Weddings
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Lou Kang, Kenneth Rocafort, Nick Pitarra, Martin Redmond
Writer(s): Shane McCarthy, Jonathan Hickman, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, C.B. Cebulski
Release Date: July 2009
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Astonishing X-Men Volume 1: Gifted
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: "Wolverine and the Punisher: Die Hard The Hunter" - Wolverine and the Punisher are on the run in Madripoor. They escaped the first Predator X, but left behind a lot of blood. That blood includes enough DNA for more hunters to come after both of them. "Iron Man 2020: Endless Stolen Sky Part 4" - Arno Stark's team is grossly outnumbered, but if he can get a broadcast signal out, he may be able to turn the tables. To do that, he's going to need to fight his way through an army and take out the jamming broadcast signal. "Daredevil: Demons" - Some form of demon is ready to sacrifice a young boy, and it's up to Daredevil to stop it. "Bobby and Sam in Mojoworld: Chapter Four: Crashing Weddings" - Bobby and Sam are working on a comedy about crashing weddings with themselves as leads when they get a special request from Mojo.

 Contest of Champions II #3 - Culling the Hero
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Oscar Jiminez
Writer(s): Chris Claremont
Release Date: October 1999
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Contest of Champions II
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Fun Facts: Gambit wins his fight against Quicksilver in the contest.
Comic Summary: Spider-Woman lands in the same place Iron Man and Psylocke have landed in before. She gets attacked by a vicious Brood predator and has to confront it without her powers. Luckily, she gets the help from the newly-arrived Lockdown and Rosetta Stone! These two new heroes knock the Brood creature down, but unfortunately also Spider-Woman. More Brood attack, but Lockdown and Rosetta get the help from Iron Man and Psylocke, who is back to her normal self. Once all the Brood predators are defeated, Psylocke explains to Iron Man, Lockdown and Rosetta who and what the Brood are. Elsewhere Cable has to fight the Scarlet Witch who creates some powerful hex spheres, that eventually knock Cable down. Before he collapses, Cable tries to warn her that the contest is fake, but loses his breath before he can say the actual words. More contests are fought. Among them Storm vs. Thor. Thor, not impressed by Storm’s power of the weather, kisses the mutant, literally taking her breath away, until she faints. Thor wins the round.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Contest of Champions II #4 - Final Cut
Importance Rating: 5.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Oscar Jiminez
Writer(s): Chris Claremont
Release Date: November 1999
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Contest of Champions II
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Fun Facts: Gambit defeats Wolverine to stay in the Contest.
Comic Summary: The Brood Queen observes the battles and has thought up a plan to be able to install an embryo inside Kitty’s body. The Brood Queen takes over Rogue’s body and mind and is hereby able to steal whoever’s powers she wants! The contest goes on. Deadpool beats Daredevil. The next round goes between the Black Widow and Thor. Thor easily wins. Deadpool has to battle the Hulk and loses. The final round goes between the two X-Men Gambit and Wolverine. Thanks to “Rogue’s” arrival, Wolverine gets confused and allows Gambit to win. The contest is finally over and Rogue proudly presents her winners to a cheering crowd. None of the heroes realize that they are being watched by Hawkeye, who has an arrow aimed at Rogue’s heart! At the same time, more defeated heroes arrive inside the Acanti and join Iron Man’s team. Iron Man and Rosetta Stone spread their nanites in the jungle, so that newly arriving heroes get their powers quicker back and will be able to defeat attacking Brood predators. Iron Man splits his team up into two groups: one group shall help the other heroes arriving in the Acanti, and the other group will have to fight the Brood and the Brotherhood of the Badoon. And they are determined to stop them for good!
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Contest of Champions II #5 - Victory!
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Oscar Jiminez
Writer(s): Chris Claremont
Release Date: November 1999
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Contest of Champions II
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Hawkeye attacks the Brood Queen, who is still inside Rogue’s body. Hawkeye traps the Queen, but gets attacked by her contest winners and defeated. The winners help their Queen get up. The Queen grows impatient and absorbs all her contest winners’ powers. The Brood Queen feels victorious, but finds resistance in the arriving Deadpool and some other heroes. Meanwhile, Iron Man and Rosetta Stone separate from the other heroes and try to dismantle the Brood Queen’s ship. They also free the imprisoned Shadowcat and Warbird, who find a way to send everyone back to Earth. Warbird wants revenge for the torture the Brood Queen put her through and attacks her and even wants to kill her. The Queen is confident that Carol won’t kill, because she is still inside Rogue’s body. Carol says that sacrificing Rogue in order to defeat the Queen once and for all won’t be such a big deal. The Brood Queen panics and flies out of Rogue’s body and escapes. Carol and the last remaining heroes want to follow her, but then they get teleported back to Earth. They celebrate their victory and take goodbye from Rosetta Stone and Lockdown. Afterwards, a surviving but angry Brood Queen arrives on Brother Royal’s ship. She wants revenge, and is so angry that she kills Royal and his entire crew.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Earth X #0 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Alex Ross
Writer(s): Jim Krueger
Release Date: March 1999
Variant Covers: A. 2nd Print Variant. X is blue instead of red.

B. Dynamic Forces Edition Variant.
Trade Availability: Earth X and Earth X Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Earth X is one of a number of planets implanted with a gestating Celestial egg, and the histories of many inhabitants vary widely from their Marvel Universe counterparts. About ten years after the end of the heroic age, Black Bolt secretly releases the mutagenic Terrigen Mists into Earth's atmosphere, seeking to transform humanity into Inhumans so that his people will not suffer persecution. He has already blinded Uatu the Watcher to prevent the lunar-dwelling alien from witnessing his actions. As the Terrigen Mists become a permanent component of Earth's polluted atmosphere, Black Bolt and the Inhuman Royal Family leave Earth. Unable to operate his observation equipment, Uatu transports X-51 (Machine Man), who has long since given up super-heroics to imitate the life of his human creator, to the Moon to act as Earth's new Watcher. After finally killing the Red Skull, Captain America quits the Avengers, considering himself unfit for the team. Shortly afterward, Reed Richards constructs a worldwide network of vibranium power centers to solve the looming energy crisis, but the experiment fails when one of Reed's scientists falls into the reactor, causing a worldwide explosive chain reaction.

 Earth X #7 - Chapter Seven
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): John Paul Leon
Writer(s): Jim Krueger
Release Date: Marvelverse Crossover Storyline
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Earth X and Earth X Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: X-51 and Uatu review the backstory for the Hulk, revealing that Betty Ross died of radiation exposure emitted from Banner's enemies. It is also revealed that the Hulk continues to absorb gamma radiation, and has since the day of the bomb, continuously mutating him, and causing the variations of the Hulk over the years. The Celestial seed implanted in him that was germinated by the gamma radiation was seeking to do what no other seed had ever done, gain independence from its host and an identity and form of its own.

 Giant Size Mini Marvels featuring Spidey #1 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Chris Giarrusso
Writer(s): Chris Giarrusso
Release Date: 2002
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Mini Marvels Ultimate Collection
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Exploding from the panels of the Bullpen Bits comic strip, here come the Mini-Marvels in their very own full- length comedy-packed comic book adventure! ? THE STORY: When J. Jonah Jameson sends Spidey on an important paperboy mission, the wee wall-crawler better deliver... or else! Guest stars abound in this all-new 28-page funnybook feature story, including Marvel.com's own animated movie-star, Hawkeye! Plus, a collection of the original Bullpen Bits comic strips that started it all! That's 48 pages of Mini-Marvel Mayhem by "Crazy" Chris Giarrusso!

 Girl Comics, Vol. 2 #3 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 1.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): June Brigman, Adriana Melo, Jo Chen, Mariah Benes, Sho Murase, Molly Crabapple, Stephanie Hans
Writer(s): Louise Simonson, Ann Nocenti, Lea Hernandez, Colleen Coover, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Carla McNeil
Release Date: September 2010
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Girls Comics Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: 1st story: Jubilee and Wolverine stop a mutant-selling ring and catch up about Jubilee’s current life and how she’s coping without her powers. 2nd story: To earn some money, Power Pack are babysitting Christopher Summers for Cyclops and Marvel Girl. Despite an attack by the alien Snarks, they manage to pull off the job admirably. 3rd story:Wolverine helps Magneto moving.6th story: The X-Men celebrate Kitty Pryde’s 21st birthday at a bar frequented by many other superheroes.

 House of M #1 - House of M Part 1
Importance Rating: 1.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Olivier Coipel
Writer(s): Brian Michael Bendis
Release Date: June 2005
Variant Covers: A. Variant Cover, Gambit featured on back.
B. Director's Cut Cover.
C. Marvel's Greatest Reprint.
Trade Availability: House of M and House of M Hardcover
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Fun Facts: Gambit only appears on the cover, he is not in the storyline of the comic.

There was actually 6 different Variant covers to this issue. The only 4 added to this database are the ones featuring Gambit on the covers. The other 2 issues have no Gambit appearance since he is not in the comic itself.
Comic Summary: On Genosha, Wanda Maximoff alters reality to make it seem as if she truly has children once again. However, Professor Xavier, who is trying to heal Wanda, forces her to place reality back in place, leaving her lucid enough to agonize over how she killed several of the Avengers, including her ex-husband. It seems this is a recurring scenario and always ends with Xavier psionically forcing Wanda to sleep. However, this ploy is not working as well anymore. Xavier informs Magneto on the dire situation, but Magneto blames himself for it all, as he destroyed his children’s lives in the name of his dead dream. Xavier runs out of options and secretly travels to New York City, where he meets with the new Avengers to discuss the fate of Wanda. The new Avengers call in several former Avengers and Dr. Strange, as well as Cyclops’ team of X-Men, who are shocked to see the Professor after how things ended the last time they met. The heroes waste no time in discussing the situation. Emma and Wolverine find themselves in the minority, as they want to kill Wanda. Shockingly, Xavier reluctantly admits that killing her may be their only option. Wasp and Warbird demand to see Wanda and thus the heroes travel to Genosha, unaware that Quicksilver discovered their secret meeting and ran to his father, fearing that the heroes would come and kill Wanda. Quicksilver, however, is left heartbroken to hear that his father agrees that perhaps Wanda would be better off put out of her misery, though Magneto is quite ashamed to admit it. However, when the heroes reach Genosha they find Magneto and Wanda missing. Suddenly, Xavier disappears and Emma senses Wanda in a church. Dr. Strange, Iron Man and Spider-Man, however, sense nothing. Spider-Man enters the church and goes ahead of the others. As he rounds the corner into a next room, he notices something but, before he can see what it is… reality changes, possibly forever. Peter Parker then wakes up in New York City to hear his baby crying. His lovely blonde wife, Gwen Stacy, reminds him that it is his turn to check on their child, Ritchie.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 House of M #2 - House of M Part 2
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Olivier Coipel
Writer(s): Brian Michael Bendis
Release Date: Marvelverse Crossover Storyline
Variant Covers: A. Variant Cover
Trade Availability: House of M and House of M Hardcover
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Fun Facts: Remy, not known as Gambit in House of M, is not a part of the "Good Guys" in this storyline. He is a thief that had no assosiation with any of them.
Comic Summary: Captain America is an elderly man and retired from the United States army, now living in a dirty apartment in Bronx, New York. In a world dominated with mutants, there is no room for reverence for someone like him. Mary Jane Watson is the country’s biggest movie star, despite being a human. Scott Summers and Emma Frost live together in Connecticut, though Emma has recently been troubled by a tough case involving Franklin Richards, whose parents have died in an accident. In L.A., superstar Simon Williams is a guest on Alison Blaire’s talk show, where they discuss his relationship with the country’s most popular superhero, who just so happens to be human: Captain Marvel. In New York, Captain Marvel foils a robbery by Remy LeBeau, and leaves Lucas Bishop to arrest the common thief. While Katherine Pryde teaches middle school in Ohio, Detective Sam Wilson investigates the recent beating of the Kingpin. All clues lead to Luke Cage, though the Hell’s Kitchen gang leader is sparse with answers. While Robert Reynolds seeks psychological help from Dr. Stephen Strange, Piotr Rasputin lives a content life on his farm in Russia. As Janet Van Dyne helps design Princess Ororo’s dress for the House of M event, Hank McCoy and Hank Pym get into a debate of whether or not Tony Stark, the most successful Homo sapien, will allow his career to be jeopardized, so Pym can continue a project that can be seen as anti-mutant. Pym must accept that he human race is going to be extinct soon. Meanwhile, Wolverine wakes up on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier with his agents, Raven Darkholme, Mortimer Toynbee, and Jessica Drew. However, he seems to be the only one who realizes that everything is horribly wrong.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 House of M: The Day After - The Day After
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Randy Green and Aaron Lopresti
Writer(s): Chris Claremont
Release Date: January 2006
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Decimation: X-Men - The Day After
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Mutants all over the world wake up and find themselves now de-powered. Among the casualties include Blob, Jubilee, Mirage, Feral, Thornn and, apparently, Iceman. Trish Tilby reports from Mutant Town on the massive power loss. She later calls Beast to reconnect with him, but Hank is still bitter over her betrayal and refuses to pick up. Bishop teams up with Sergeant Charlotte Jones to start helping out those in Mutant Town, which is a direr situation than originally expected. Terrorists destroy the X-Corporation Europe office, forcing Cyclops to close down all X-Corporations around the world. Feral and Thornn take it especially hard, as they know this de-powering is no accident and are bitter at the X-Men for simply dumping them in the streets during their time of need. Thornn swears revenge as she sneaks off with her seemingly injured sister, Feral. As Husk and Karma call parents to update the status of their children, Iceman deals with parents who are not happy that their children still have powers. He is confronted by Polaris about his power loss, but partially sees this as an opportunity to reconnect with her. As Cyclops has Sunspot clear out the X-Corporations, Sage volunteers to examine the crisis, but Scott does not tell her the truth about the House of M. In fact, most of the X-Men don’t know the truth. Cyclops then orders all human students home, much to their chagrin, and then opens the school open to any mutant in need. Worried about recent dreams Marvel Girl and Nocturne have been having, Nightcrawler puts together a team to find Captain Britain and deal with a related power spike there, not knowing that Peter Wisdom has also been ordered to find Captain Britain. Meanwhile, the Courtney Ross imposter finds that one of her contacts is in dire need of help. In the States, the president orders the initiation of the O*N*E*, a national emergency counter-measure that utilizes a new breed of manually piloted Sentinels. Emma finds herself unable to deal well with the crisis and feels like an outsider more than ever, but Cyclops comforts her and realizes that both of them need to stop bottling up their emotions. As Storm decides to leave the team over disagreements with Cyclops and Emma, Wolverine and Colossus fight the Sapien League on the mansion grounds, who are trying to kill mutants trying to make it to Xavier’s. Before Wolverine can chase after the escaping Sapien League, Sentinel Squad O*N*E* arrives and surrounds the mansion.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Infinity #2 - Infinity - "Fall"
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jerome Opeña, Dustin Weaver
Writer(s): Jonathan Hickman
Release Date: November 2013
Variant Covers: A. Steve McNiven Variant
B. In-Hyuk Lee Generals Variant
C. Jim Cheung Design Variant
D. Sottie Young Baby Variant
Trade Availability: Infinity
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Most of the alien empires try their various attempts to stop the Builders, but this eventually results in catastrophic consequences. The Black Order arrives on Attilan where they demand a tribute of young Inhuman heads that range from the ages of 16 and 22. Using the Terrigen Codex, Black Bolt discovers that Thanos was using the demand for a tribute as a cover-up to kill his lost Inhuman-descendant son whose actual identity and location are unknown to him.

 Infinity War, The #1 - Infinity War - Clthonic Maneuvers
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Rom Lim
Writer(s): Jim Starlin
Release Date: June 1992
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Infinity War, The
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Fun Facts: The Infinity War series is the sequel to 'The sequel to 'The Infinity Gauntlet'.
Comic Summary: Somewhere deep in space on a nameless planet the titan Thanos discovers a new threat to the existence of the universe and investigates. Meanwhile, all across the globe key super-heroes are attacked by evil dopplegangers. Thanos comes face to face with the ones responsible, the Magus, evil counterpart to Adam Warlock, and the titan's own doppleganger. As Reed Richards gathers the world's heroes the World Devourer Galactus sends his herald to contact the Master of the Mystic Arts, Dr. Strange. All this plus the unholy alliance of Dr. Doom and Kang the Conqueror.

 Infinity War, The #2 - Infinity War - Ethereal Revisionism
Importance Rating: 4.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Ron Lim
Writer(s): Jim Starlin
Release Date: July 1992
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Infinity War, The
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The Avengers, Fantastic Four, X-Men, X-Factor, Alpha Flight, Daredevil, Hulk, Moon Knight, and the New Warriors have all gathered at the behest of Reed Richards. Meanwhile, Galactus, Silver Surfer, Nova, and Dr. Strange investigate a mystical disturbance, followed in the shadows by the nefarious duo Dr. Doom and Kang. Thanos, Adam Warlock and the Infinity Watch pay a visit to Mistress Death to discover a startling revelation. Plus, when the volatile mutant Wolverine accuses Reed Richards of being an imposter the tensions between the mutant heroes and the others escalates into a battle royal. Then, the evil-Reed doppleganger springs his trap as a gamma bomb explodes.

 Infinity War, The #3 - Infinity War - Nefarious Rhapsodies
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Rom Lim
Writer(s): Jim Starlin
Release Date: August 1992
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Infinity War, The
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The Magus is moving the pieces on his cosmic chess board into place. The factions of Galactus, Silver Surfer, and Dr. Strange; Thanos, Adam Warlock and the Infinity Watch; Earth's heroes; and Doom and Kang are all acting according to his diabolical plan. Once they are in place he springs his trap. As Earth's most powerful heroes launch a full scale attack on Thanos, Warlock, and the Infinity Watch those left behind are attacked by a full contingent of evil doppleganger. Plus, the Living Tribunal, the representative of the highest power in the universe heeds Eternity's call.

 Infinity War, The #4 - Infinity War - Mortiferous Artifice
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Rom Lim
Writer(s): Jim Starlin
Release Date: September 1992
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Infinity War, The
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: It's a full scale super-hero war as the most powerful heroes of Earth battle Thanos, Adam Warlock, and the Infinity Watch. Back on Earth those left behind do the best they can to survive a full scale attack by an army of evil dopplegangers. Galactus arrives and sets everyone straight as to just what is going on. When the heroes learn the true threat they face, an uneasy alliance with Thanos is formed. Can they hope to defy the power the Magus possesses, that of five cosmic cubes? Will Adam Warlock reassemble the most powerful weapon and the greatest threat this universe has ever faced, the Infinity Gauntlet? Plus, Galactus confronts the Living Tribunal.

 Infinity War, The #6 - Infinity War - Animus Engagement
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Rom Lim
Writer(s): Jim Starlin
Release Date: October 1992
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Infinity War, The
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The unthinkable has happened. The Magus, Adam Warlock's evil counterpart, is in possession of the full power of the Infinity Gauntlet. Thanos arrives to provide the necessary distraction allowing the one man capable of ending this threat to free himself. Now, it's Adam Warlock vs. the Magus with the fate of the universe at stake. Plus, if the ultimate evil is defeated that still leaves the Other, the ultimate aspect of good is still out there. And that may prove to be the greater threat.

 Marvel Comics Presents, Vol. 1 #89 - Blood Hungry, Part 5: Five Scents Worth
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jae Lee, Rita Fagiani, Sam Kieth, Joe Madureira
Writer(s): Scott Lobdell, Dan Slott, Peter David
Release Date: November 1991
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: This features the first full work by Joe Madureira for Marvel.
Comic Summary: Wolverine... Blood Hungry part 5 of 8 "Five Scents Worth" Wolverine has awakened from terrifying hallucination. Now, however, he faces a bloody battle against his worst nightmare - the man called Cyber! Beast... Just Friends part 5 of 8 "My Pal Mugsy" The search for Hank McCoy's lost love has brought him to Brussels, where he and a mysterious ally have broken into the Belgian Ministry of Defense in an effort to discover the whereabouts of Dr. Jennifer Nyles. (Breath.) He was asked to leave. Spitfire... "Young Blood" When Lady Jacqueline Crichton received her second blood transfusion from the Original Human Torch, a magic transformation occurred. Though still a woman in her sixties, she now finds herself in the body of a superhuman teen, Spitfire! Mojo... "What's Wrong with this Picture?!"In the world of the Wildways, whoever controls the media is the Big Enchilada. Or in the case of Mojo, the big, fat, yellow, and Psychotic Enchilada!

 Marvel Digital Holiday Special #1 - If the Fates Allow, Last Christmas, Werewolf by Eve, Santa Clasu vs The Illuminati
Importance Rating: 1.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Todd Nauck, Juan Doe, Stephanie Buscema, Val Semeiko
Writer(s): Jim McCann, Ryan Penagos, Ben Morse, Brian Reed
Release Date: 2008
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Ho Ho Ho! It’s Holiday fun in the Merry Marvel Manner, as the house of ideas hangs the stockings by the Chimney with care in hopes that Galactus won’t soon be there. The X-Men celebrate their first holiday in their new home of San Francisco – and their first without Kitty Pryde among them in X-MEN: Blue Christmas by Jim McCann and Todd Nauck. Meanwhile, in the days before Secret Invasion, one family finds even the most humble of Holiday celebrations can be infiltrated by the Skrulls in a tale of Holiday Horror by Ryan Penagos and Juan Doe. And hey, what’re the holidays like for Jack Russell – Werewolf by Night? Find out in “WEREWOLF BY EVE!” by Marvel.com’s own Ben Morse and Stephanie Buscema. All of this, and…Santa Claus vs. The Illuminati?! Tis the season, and Brian Reed& Val Semeiks will bring it to ya! So stop on by for some Egg Nogg, Driedel spinning and probably a fist fight or two with your favorite Marvel heroes and villains in the Marvel Digital Comics Holiday Spectacular!

 Marvel Holiday Special 1994 - Christmas 1994
Importance Rating: 4.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Rick Leonardi, James W. Fry III
Writer(s): Gregory Wright, John Ostrander, Kurt Busick, Carl Bollers
Release Date: November 1994
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: "Catastrophe on 34th St." - While Beast and Iceman work out in the Danger room, they bemoan the lack of Christmas spirit they feel. The session is interrupted by a news report of a creature abducting street corner santas in New York City, and the two head to town. Beast and Iceman engage the fiery monster, who complains of a ruined Christmas. The two X-Men subdue the creature, then recognize him as Metoxo the Lava Man, whom they encountered during their early years as X-Men.
Many Decembers before, Metoxo, who dwelt miles below the surface, rampaged through the city because a vital steam shaft had been plugged by a human construction project. Beast and Iceman had calmed him down, explaining the deed was not malicious, just humans getting by. They also explained the concept of Christmas.
Now, Metoxo is frustrated by his children's disillusionment with the holiday. As a solution, Beast and Iceman visit Metoxo's family, playing Santa and an elf, and bring presents and joy to them, rediscovering their own Christmas spirit in the process.

 Marvel Holiday Spectacular - Untitled
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Steve Lightle, Val Semeiks, James Fry III, Chris Bachalo, Ross Andru
Writer(s): Marc Sumerak, Kurt Busiek, Chris Eliopoulos, Steven T. Seagle, Jess Harrold, Doug Roberts, Brian Reed, Jim McCann, Dugan Trodglen, Ben Morse, Ryan Penagos, Len Wein
Release Date: December 2009
Variant Covers: A. Spider-Man Balloon Variant Cover
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Santa's carryin' a swingin' bag of sweet surprises this Christmas as the MARVEL HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR comes your way with a giant-size extravaganza of Marvel fun! Includes 20 pages of previously unprinted content, including: a 5-page Franklin Richards story, the 8-page X-Men story "If the Fates Allow" by Jim McCann & Todd Nauck; the 3-page "Last Christmas" by Ryan Penagos & Juan Doe; the 1-page "Werewolf By Eve" by Ben Morse & Stephanie Buscema; and the 3-page "Santa Claus vs. the Illuminati" by Brian Reed & Val Semeiks. Plus, reprints from Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #166 by Len Wein & Ross Andru (cover+18 pages), Uncanny X-Men (1963) #365 by Steve Seagle & Chris Bachalo (cover+22 pages), Stan Lee & Steve Lightle's "The Big X-Mas Blackout" from Marvel Holiday Special 1993 (8 pages); and Kurt Busiek & James Fry's "Catastrophe on 34th Street" from Marvel Holiday Special 1994 (20 pages). Plus, we'll be compiling the ultimate Christmas gift-giving guide for Marvel fans. (Because Santa can't put everything under the tree!) And topping off the tree: an interview with Santa Claus about his characterization over the years in Marvel comics.

 Marvel Legacy #1 - None
Importance Rating: 1.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Greg Land, Stuart Immonen
Writer(s): Jason Aaron
Release Date: November 2017
Variant Covers: A. Unknown Comics Exclusive Virgin Variant
B. Unknown Comics Exclusive Venomverse Variant
Trade Availability: Marvel Legacy Hardcover
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Fun Facts: Gambit is not in the comic storyline. He only appears on variants of the comic. Only the variants are featured here.
Comic Summary: EVERYTHING STARTS HERE! It begins at the dawn of the human race, and ends with a child's prayer! In between, empires fall, mysteries brew, secrets are revealed, quests are undertaken and legends are forged! All leading up to the dramatic return you've been waiting for - and one you've been dreading! Jason Aaron (MIGHTY THOR) and Esad Ribic (SECRET WARS) usher in a new dawn - one whose rays will touch every corner of the Marvel Universe in the days to come!

 Marvel Power Game: X-Men - Madripoor Knights
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jim Lee
Writer(s): Chris Claremont
Release Date: 1996
Variant Covers: A. Second Printing
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: This comic is an oversized magazine edition of Uncanny X-Men #268 with a game built in. It comes with a game board and as you read the comic you play the game. Gambit is not in the comic itself, but he has a game piece on the board.
Comic Summary: Madripoor 1941: A fledgling Captain America comes to the aid of a Russian, who is being attacked by Hand Ninjas. Both of the men are rescued by the help of a newcomer who makes the island his home and hates the Hand – Logan. After they win the battle, Logan takes them to the bar Seraph’s, where he tags Baron von Strucker and another Nazi, almost starting a fight. The Russian, Ivan Petrovitch tells them that the Nazis and the Hand are planning an alliance and that they have kidnapped a child in his charge – Natasha Romanoff. A little later, the three men attack the Nazi limousine where Natasha is being held. One Nazi intends to kill the girl, rather than give her up. However, Logan throws himself between Natasha and the gun, seemingly sacrificing his life to save her. Ivan and Cap decide to take Natasha to the American consulate instead of following Logan’s plan. Unfortunately, the consul is working with the Nazis and sells them out. In the Hand hideout, they learn that the Hand intends to make Natasha a master assassin, her first test being the murder of her would-be-rescuers. Fortunately, they are all rescued again by a very much alive Logan, who takes them to a getaway plane. The present: The Black Widow went to Madripoor as a favor to Nick Fury to learn everything about a meeting between Fenris (Strucker’s children) and Tsurabaya, the new leader of the Hand. She ends up in a trap by the Hand, but is rescued by Wolverine, Psylocke and Jubilee. Later, they question the underworld and learn that the meeting between Fenris and Tsurabaya is to take place on a certain yacht. They infiltrate the yacht and take out the gangsters, but find out they are impostors: the real meeting took place somewhere else in the meantime.

 Marvel Riot #1 - AlphaAlpha
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Hilary Barta and Rurik Tyler
Writer(s): Scott Lobdell, Hilary Barta, Rurik Tyler
Release Date: December 1995
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: This is a parody comic of the Age of Apocalypse crossover event. It goes through all the various titles from AOA, including Generation Next, X-man, Astonishing X-men and all the others. It also includes a cut out board game featuring the events and characters from the comic.

 Marvel Universe vs. Punisher #1 - Marvel Universe vs. Punisher
Importance Rating: 1.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Goran Parlov
Writer(s): Jonathan Maberry
Release Date: October 2010
Variant Covers: A. Goran Parlov 2nd Printing Variant.
Trade Availability: Marvel Universe vs. Punisher and Marvel Universe vs. Punisher Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The creative team of Jonathan Maberry and Goran Parlov take you on a journey into the darkest territory in this Marvel Knights limited series. A terrible plague has swept the Earth, turning everyone - human, hero, villain, god and monster - into sadistic cannibal predators. As Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Thing and other infected start a feeding frenzy, the world falls in a wave of insatiable violence. Now, five years later, one man hunts the wasteland that was New York City. One man stands against the hordes of monsters who hunt the night. He is the Punisher, the Last Gun on Earth. And he has an endless supply of ammunition.

 Marvel Zombies #3 - Marvel Zombies, Part 3
Importance Rating: 4.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Sean Phillips
Writer(s): Robert Kirkman
Release Date: April 2006
Variant Covers: A. Variant Cover
Trade Availability: Marvel Zombies and Marvel Zombies Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: All of the infected rush into action and attack the Silver Surfer, not caring who he is or what his message is. The Surfer tries to defend himself, but eventually the infected overpower him. During the devastating battle, some of the infected die and Wolverine loses an arm. Still, the Hulk feeds on the Surfer’s head and some others eat the remains of his body, but there isn’t enough for everyone. The ones that did get to eat from the Surfer notice that his cosmic powers have now flown into their bodies. They decide to test them out on the infected who don’t have the special powers, and eat most of them. A few moments later, Galactus arrives! He explains he wants to devour the entire planet, but first wants to know what happened to his missing herald. The infected explain that they ate him, and are still hungry. They start to attack Galactus. At the same time, the Wasp’s head has helped the uninfected Black Panther escape from Giant-Man’s torment lab. As he scouts the destroyed city, he suddenly is asked where Magneto is. T’Challa isn’t aware of what happened to the now deceased mutant leader, but finds himself surrounded by none other than… the Acolytes!

 Marvel Zombies: Dead Days #1 - Dead Days
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Sean Phillips
Writer(s): Robert Kirkman
Release Date: July 2007
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Marvel Zombies: Dead Days and Marvel Zombies: Dead Days Hardcover
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Fun Facts: The gatefold cover is a zombie version of the X-Men #1 classic cover.
Comic Summary: At last-witness the birth of the Marvel Zombies as told by the creative team of the best-selling limited series! Kirkman and Phillips pull out all the stops as they reveal the secret story of the day the Marvel Heroes became brain-eating monsters! Want to see the Avengers eat Jarvis? You won't get that in this month's New Avengers, effendi!

 Maximum Security #3 - Maximum Security - Part 19: Whatever The Cost
Importance Rating: 4.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jerry Ordway
Writer(s): Kurt Busiek
Release Date: January 2001
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Avengers/X-Men: Maximum Security
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Fun Facts: Gambit gives Reed Richards the disk he got from the X-Cutioner armor in Gambit #23.

Gambit does make an appearance, it just doesn't look like him since the colorist did not color his eyes correctly.

This is part of the Maximum Security crossover that spans the whole Marvelverse.
Comic Summary: With the Omega Codes retrieved from the Citadel, U.S.Agent leads an army of Earth’s heroes, as well as alien prisoners, on an assault on the processing center in space. On Hala, the Avengers Infinity squad find themselves jailed, while the Supreme Intelligence is left free to carry out his nefarious plan. In the end, it is Tigra who is able to escape her bonds and free the others. Quasar quantum-jumps everyone back to Selandiar, where Moondragon telepathically shows the council what they have learned. The council is in disbelief, however, until Cerise sends a video to the council, showing Earth’s heroes fighting the Ruul and what the Ruul/Kree really did to Earth. The council sees that Ego has terraformed over half the Earth. The Supreme Intelligence telepathically appears and tells the council that he has staged the return of the Kree and is leading an army of Kree, who have already retaken Hala and a score of other former Kree worlds. The terrified council, who was drastically weakened by Ego, does not know what to do. Quasar and the others journey to the processing center to help the heroes. In Florida, the Scarlet Witch leads a group of sorcerers against Ego, but they fail. Gambit reaches Reed Richards and gives him the data to compress Ego. The process works, but Ronan the Accuser arrives with an army of Kree. Quasar teleports all the heroes in the processing center to Earth and a massive battle begins. Reed begins to compress Ego into the Surfer, but the Surfer cannot contain him and is left near death. Quasar volunteers to take the Surfer’s place. Ronan goes after Quasar, but U.S.Agent interferes, which ensues into a heated battle. Ronan wins, but is too late to stop Quasar. With his power gone, Ronan is easily beaten and arrested by U.S.Agent. Despondently, Quasar departs to space to serve his exile once more. A week later, after clean up is almost done, the Avengers try to congratulate U.S.Agent on his leadership, but the man refuses to accept the thanks and is angry that Maximum Security even occurred in the first place. However, when Mowat insults the Avengers, U.S.Agent puts him in his place to the other man’s shock.
(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Mys-Tech Wars #1 - Strange Screams Of Death
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Bryan Hitch
Writer(s): Dan Abnett
Release Date: March 1993
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The evil Mys-Tech corporation has been a major factor in most of the Marvel UK books. They've been the primary villains in the Dark Angel and Motorhead books, and they are the Warheads' employers. Death's Head II's book has been the exception, but he did come across the Warheads in their series. Even the Knights of Pendragons, who primarily deal with the Bane, haven't avoided repeated run-ins with Mys-Tech in their second series. So it's only natural that a crossover involving all of the Marvel UK titles be all about Mys-Tech.

 Mys-Tech Wars #2 - Ignorant Armies
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Bryan Hitch
Writer(s): Dan Abnett
Release Date: April 1993
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Mys-Tech detect an anomaly on Un-Earth, which could not just screw up their plans but cause the demons they've summoned to go out of control and "rip this planet [i.e. the real Earth] into its component molecules". The anomaly is Death's Head II, who accidentally wound up on Un-Earth at the end of last issue. Death's Head II is attacked by demons as well as an anti-body created by Un-Earth which is a replica of Death's Head II, and we'll see more of both in Death Head's tie-in issue. But Mys-Tech also send the Warheads to Un-Earth to take care of the anomaly.

 Mys-Tech Wars #3 - Darkness Visible
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Bryan Hitch
Writer(s): Dan Abnett
Release Date: May 1993
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Heroes die as the Psycho Warriors show no quarter, Wolverine and Captain America battle Motormouth and Killpower, and Death's Head II takes on the Warheads in "Darkness Visible." Dark Angel, Professor X, Psylocke, Hulk, Thor.

 Mys-Tech Wars #4 - When The Battle's Lost And Won
Importance Rating: 3.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Bryan Hitch
Writer(s): Dan Abnett
Release Date: June 1993
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: Will Dark Angel's arresting of the entropic implosion of the Earth using the UnEarth's power postpone armageddon? Find out in "When the Battle's Lost and Won"! Wolverine, Captain America, Jean Grey, Professor X, Killpower, Psylocke, Death's Head II, Nick Fury. The world is falling apart because Wolverine and Death's Head II killed two members of the Mys-Tech executive board. Dark Angel holds it together.

 Onslaught: Marvel Universe - Onslaught - With Great Power...
Importance Rating: 3.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Adam Kubert
Writer(s): Scott Lobdell & Mark Waid
Release Date: October 1996
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Onslaught Book 6: Pyrrhic Victory and X-Men Onslaught: The Complete Epic Vol 4
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Fun Facts: None.

Comic Summary: Uatu, the Watcher gazes upon the remains of Central Park, where Earth’s most fierce battle was just fought. Onslaught launched his final assault on all humanity, and as it seemed there was no way to stop him, the X-Men, Avengers, Fantastic Four, Namor, Hulk, and even Doctor Doom banded together to make the planet’s final stand. The heroes fought valiantly, eventually relying upon the ultimate force of the savage Hulk to break through Onslaught’s armor. However, this all proved to be a ruse, as Onslaught’s armor gave way to reveal pure, malevolent psionic energy, which would consume the planet if not for the ultimate sacrifice of many of Earth’s greatest heroes. The Fantastic Four, Avengers, Namor, Doctor Doom, and Bruce Banner threw themselves into the energy, hoping to contain it. They succeeded, at the cost of all their lives. Nate Grey and Franklin Richards were rescued from the monster, and only the X-Men remained to mourn the dead and to be blamed for the loss of the world’s finest heroes. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)

 Original Sins #5 - How The World Works / Hidden In Plain Sight / The No-Sin Situation
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jackson 'Butch' Guice
Writer(s): Chip Zdarsky, Ryan North, Al Ewing
Release Date: October 2014
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Original Sins
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: In order to give an explanation, Nick Fury told the heroes a story about his past. During a mission in Kansas, Fury found himself trying to fight off the aliens known as Tribellians. His forces were overpowered, but the tables were turned once Woody McCord arrived and defeated the monsters before being fatally injured. Howard Stark, McCord's partner, arrived to the scene and discovered Fury alongside Woody's corpse. He decided to show Fury the work McCord had been doing as defender of Earth, neutralizing any potential threat for the planet, and offered him Woody's job. Fury accepted and over the next years would secretly fight different super human threats, from aliens to Subterranean monsters and extra-dimensional beings, and those had been the corpses the different parties had found. Before he could answer other questions, the Orb collapsed in the floor. Fury stated that his body was still absorbing what he stole from the Moon, and that they had to put him in the interrogation room as the clock was ticking. When Black Panther asked what happened to the Watcher, Fury replied merely that he had died, but also that he now supposed it was his turn.

 Secret Wars, Volume 1 #3 - Secret Wars - The Eye of Doom
Importance Rating: 1.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Esad Ribic
Writer(s): Jonathan Hickman
Release Date: August 2015
Variant Covers: Simone Bianchi Connecting Variant Cover
Trade Availability: Secret Wars Hardcover and Secret Wars
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Fun Facts: Gambit does not appear in the comic, he only appears on the listed Variant cover. Only the Variant cover is shown.
Comic Summary: Sheriff Strange goes through his weekly report of events in Battleworld to All-Father Doom. When Doom complains that Strange's record keeping is banality and of no interest to him, Strange counters that while Doom is omnipotent, he is not omniscient, and that he must be kept informed in order to protect himself from the threats to his throne. Strange concludes that Doom is in "a damn tricky mood" and Doom concludes the same of Strange. The two reminisce about creating Battleworld, and Doom tells Strange that he has his trust and full favor. Their stroll is interrupted by urgent news from Doomgard; the discovery of the Cabal's life raft.

 Secret Wars, Volume 1 #5 - Secret Wars - Owen Reece Died for Our Sins
Importance Rating: 1.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Esad Ribic
Writer(s): Jonathan Hickman
Release Date: October 2015
Variant Covers: Simone Bianchi 1:20 Connecting Cover
Trade Availability: Secret Wars Hardcover and Secret Wars
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Fun Facts: Gambit does not appear in the comic, he only appears on the listed Variant cover. Only the Variant cover is shown.
Comic Summary: The following day, a funeral was held for Stephen Strange in Doomstadt, with the cause of his death kept a secret by Doom himself. Once the dusk had fallen, Doom tasked Valeria to use the resources of the Foundation to find the interlopers who had been scattered across the world, denying to provide any more information than that. Once Valeria left, Doom opened a portal below a Molecule Man statue in his garden, walking down a set of stairs to meet the Molecule Man and informed him of Strange's death. The Molecule Man made remembrance of the day when he, Doom and Strange confronted the Beyonders. During Doom's mission to thwart the Beyonders' plan by killing Molecule Men across the universe, he also captured countless of them. When he confronted the Beyonders, Doom unleashed the Molecule Men's power to kill them, while the Molecule Man acted as a conduit to steal their power and give it to Doom. The Molecule Man finished his chat with Doom by informing him that with Strange's death, he had most likely started an unraveling that could take everyone down.

 Secret Warriors, Volume 2 #3 - None.
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Javier Garron
Writer(s): Matthew Rosenberg
Release Date: June 2017
Variant Covers: A. Chris Samnee & Matthew Wilson Variant
B. Javier Rodriquez Mary Jane Variant
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: The team's quest to unite the Inhumans will bring them into the land of the only people who truly understand the dangers they face: The X-Men! But, uh, it does NOT go well. Quake's leadership forces Ms. Marvel to make some tough choices about what she is willing to do to win this war. And all of this leads to a shocking showdown.

 Sergio Aragonés: Massacres Marvel #1 - Behold...A Pale Imitation
Importance Rating: 4.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Sergio Aragones
Writer(s): Mark Evanier
Release Date: June 1996
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: In 1996 Mad and Groo cartoonist Sergio Aragones (along with his scripter Mark Evanier took their turn at decimating the Marvel Universe (Fred Hembeck took a swipe at this nearly a decade earlier in Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe) Anyway, like Hembeck's book this one was a series of in-jokes strung together to make a full comic (sort of like many Saturday Night Live sketches have been padded out to form feature-length movies).

 Strange Tales, Vol. 5 #3 - Strange Tales
Importance Rating: 2.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Jay Stephens, Jeffrey Brown, Paul Hornschemeier, Peter Bagge, Stan Sakai, Corey Lewis, Nick Bertozzi, Michael Kupperman, Steve Ditko, Chris Chua, Becky Cloonan, Jonathan Jay Lee
Writer(s): Jay Stephens, Jeffrey Brown, Paul Hornschemeier, Peter Bagge, Stan Sakai, Corey Lewis, Nick Bertozzi, Michael Kupperman, Chris Chua, Becky Cloonan, Max Cannon, Jonathan Jay Lee
Release Date: November 2009
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: Strange Tales and Strange Tales Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: You won't believe your senses!!! Marvel is proud to present the final issue of this hotly anticipated three issue anthology showcasing Marvel's greatest characters re-imagined by the best and brightest talents working in independent comics today. Don't miss what's sure to be one of the most exciting collections of comics short stories ever produced!!! Every issue stars a stunning array of the best, most exciting cartoonists on the planet-showcasing the Marvel Heroes as you've never seen them before!

 Wha... Huh? #1 - Wha... Huh?
Importance Rating: 2.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Doug Mahnke, Tom Peyer, Jim Mahfood, Steve Ditko
Writer(s): Mark Millar, Tom Peyer, Ed Brubaker, Marc Andreyko, Nick Thompson, Brian K. Vaughan, Mark Waid, Stan Lee, Brian Michael Bendis
Release Date: October 2005
Variant Covers: None.
Trade Availability: None.
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Fun Facts: None.
Comic Summary: In the great tradition of NOT BRAND ECHH and the old humor issues of WHAT IF?, WHA...HUH? asks the questions that no one really cares about... What if the Identity Crisis happened in the Marvel Universe? What if Modok had an itch? What if we actually release this book? Bendis reteams with hilarious Clerks artist Jim Mahfood and all the best Marvel scribes? Mark Millar, JMS, Garth Ennis and a ton of others to make the dumbest comic published this year. No one is safe!

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