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This April, the Avengers and the Illuminati face down their final hours. The clock is winding down and the final incursion is upon us.

Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman along with blockbuster artists Mike Deodato and Kev Walker bring to a close the epic saga of the Avengers, the Illuminati, and a Marvel Universe on the brink of extinction. The Incursions from parallel Earths from other dimensions have taken their toll on our heroes, and the battle worn Avengers stand ready to face utter decimation.

Before the highly-anticipated SECRET WARS begins in May, close out Jonathan Hickman's epic Avengers and New Avengers saga with these two, oversized final issues! What changes await Earth's Mightiest Heroes? Be there when TIME RUNS OUT this April in AVENGERS #44 and NEW AVENGERS #33!

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverGabriele Dell'Otto1
VarVariant CoverTony Harris2
VarEnd of An Era Variant CoverJim Cheung3
VarConnecting Movie Variant Cover DRyan Meinerding4


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Great wrap up and use of Owen Reece 0

I have been back and forth on the New Avengers/Incursion storyline. It's been overly drawn out, and overly complex, but has lots of interesting themes and characters. One of those characters is the Molecule Man, a favorite of mine. The Molecule Man is often written without any respect, so I often dread seeing what an author does with him. Hickman, however, is a good writer, so I have been holding out good hopes for what he would do with him in this arc. In this issue, Hickman shows that he...

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Shocking End To A Epic Tale 0

The end is here. And it comes more shockingly than I expected. Jonathan Hickman has been taking readers on this journey for a long while. New Avengers has been the more dialogue-heavy, character and science-friendly study of what is going on in the Marvel Universe. This issue doesn’t disappoint. Being that the last few issues have been Doom centric, this final issue has him integral to the end. Mostly the issue delves into how this end came to pass. Plot points are connected and holes are ...

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