Book One: The Red Supremacy: Chapter 1 - We Will All Be Dead Tomorrow last edited by Brook78 on 11/12/18 10:16AM View full history

ACT I: THE RED SUPREMACY

The Red Skull has exploited the gifts of the world’s greatest telepath to broadcast pure hatred across the globe. Now, born of the murder of Charles Xavier, World War Hate has begun.

Tony Stark discovers a secret truth that will upend not only his life, but also the lives of everyone he cares for.

Can The Avengers and X-Men finally unite? Would their combined strength be enough to hold back the darkness of the Red Onslaught?

Magneto murdered the wrong man, releasing the greatest evil the Marvel Universe has ever known. Now Rogue and Scarlet Witch are all that stand in its way.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJim Cheung (a) & Justin Ponsor (c)1
Var1:100 Variant CoverGabriele Dell'Otto4
VarVariant CoverSiya Oum5
Var1:50 Variant CoverMike Deodato, Jr.6
VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young7
Var75 Years of Marvel Deadpool VariantChip Zdarsky8
Var75 Years of Marvel Deadpool Sketch VariantChip Zdarsky9
REDynamic Forces Variant CoverAdam Kubert3
REHastings Variant CoverMico SuayanMissing
REMidtown Comics Variant CoverMike Mayhew2
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Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #1 0

This is an event with “X-Men” in the title so of course I was excited for it… even though it’s been like, what, a month since Original Sin finished? (They are cranking these events out way to fast)After reading all of the “March to AXIS" material in Uncanny Avengers and Magneto I was soooooooooooo excited for this event. I loved the idea of Red Skull going all Nazi on Mutants and I thought the issues in Magneto and Uncanny Avengers did it awesomely… however...

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AXIS to POWER 0

In general I am usually less than impressed by the Big Two event books. Predominately it seems like all they do is take over the books with more often than not disruptive tie-in issues. The actual event book itself can feel hamstrung by page count with information provided in other books that is necessary for the emotional arc of the event book to function. It’s too early on in Marvel’s latest event Avengers & X-Men:AXIS to really make anything regarding declarative statements. ...

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