New Avengers #44

    New Avengers » New Avengers #44 - The Real Secret of the Illuminati released by Marvel on October 2008.

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    The Real Secret of the Illuminati last edited by pikahyper on 02/21/22 08:21PM View full history

    Marvel's most covert gathering of heroes has a secret so dark that they never speak of it, even to each other. And it could be what has brought about the Secret Invasion!



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    Spoiler........Illuminati's back???? 0

    So eventhought Yu has moved on, I continue to tune in monthly for the best Marvel series of the year.....and this issue has not let me down. So the infamous Illuminati is back, ...well sort of.......In this issue , like the past few, we have  followed more than just the New Avengers and along the journey we are uncovering the events that lead to the INVASION. Until now we havent gotten any real info, except the mystery of what happened to Electra. --But we see that the skulls arn't as smart as w...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    What's Not to Love? 0

    Extremely well-researched, well-detailed depiction of the Skrull empire and the absolute nastiness they are capable of. Before Secret Invasion, the Skrulls were funny green men with reptilian chins that transforms into weaker doppelgangers of Earth's heroes who stumbles their way into defeat time and time again in the hands of the Fantastic Four. Their weakness was hampered by the fact that the shape-shifting was flawed and limited, which doesn't fully make sense since their technology was vast...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Pick of the week! 0

        I know, I know.... I picked a Marvel book, but not only that, I picked a Secret Invasion tie-in for my pick. But, it's that damn good. Marvel is horrible with tie-ins in their giant story arcs. Prime example: World War Hulk Ghost Rider. You flip to the last page and there is Hulk, that's it. Marvel usually is just trying to whore their books, and they don't care who buys it. But this tie-in is different because it actually ties-in to the story. Pieces of how the Skrull empire infiltrated the...

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