Avengers/Iron Man: First Sign #1

    Avengers/Iron Man: First Sign » Avengers/Iron Man: First Sign #1 - TPB released by Marvel on September 2013.

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    In the wake of the Crossing, Earth's mightiest heroes are in disarray: Thor is powerless, and Iron Man has been replaced - by himself?! But when the terrorist group Zodiac invades New York City, Captain America must try to assemble the Avengers once more! Plus: After a nuclear bomb is dropped on Hulk and Thor, the Avengers track down Gamma Bombs planted across America! Tony Stark and War Machine are attacked by an arsenal of Iron Man suits! Madame Masque sows paranoia among the Avengers as Hercules and Deathcry leave the team! And legendary creators Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo present an anniversary tale featuring the Avengers against their greatest foes! Collects AVENGERS #396-400, IRON MAN #326-331, CAPTAIN AMERICA #449 and THOR #496.



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    AF Reviews: AvengersAvengers/Iron Man: First Sign collects the moribound issues of The Avengers and Iron Man, most of which are all written by Terry Kavanagh, one of the worst people to ever write comics. To the unfamiliar, Terry Kavanagh was an editor at Marvel Comics who for some reason decided he could write. His name is attached to all the worst parts of the worst parts of 90s comics. His name is attached to The Clone Saga, Onslaught and The Crossing. He's the man who wrote the issue of the ...

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