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For a good long while, comic book fans had plenty of reasons to be fed up with Skrulls. Those scaly green shapeshifters were literally everywhere you looked in the Marvel Universe - worst of all, sometimes you didn't even know it was a Skrull until it was far too late
Between Civil War, Secret Invasion and, y'know, everything, the Avengers have faced down a pretty grim decade. So could this Wednesday's promotional Avengers ID cards hint at a brighter tomorrow for Marvel's arguably most popular franchise in 2010?
Comicbookresources posted a new "Origins of Siege" preview
Heavy is the hand that wields the hammer. Or something.
There's never been a better time for fans that pledge themselves to the Mighty Thor. He's got a top-selling book, a major motion picture active in the works, and a central role in "Siege," Marvel's next major miniseries event. But amidst
WHAT'S THE OPPOSITE OF "A SHOCKING TURN OF EVENTS"? - Siege: The Cabal
This week Marvel kicks off its next big event with "Siege: The Cabal," the first issue published under the "Siege" banner that leads up to "Siege" #1 next month. Once more we see Norman Osborn's Cab
Thanks to Marvel's steady stream of images promoting the upcoming "Siege" event, it's pretty hard not to think about Thor, Iron Man and Captain America punching people in the face (or being punched themselves)
The last time Tony Stark and Steve Rogers saw one another, their relationship was strained to say the least. As Iron Man, Tony had pretty much sold out his comrades and become the ultimate control freak in Civil War, which (arguably) lead directly to the untimely demise of the original Captain America's