Age of Ultron Vs. Marvel Zombies #1 - "A Stranger Came to Town" | Three more pages

"[The series will be] at times tongue-in-cheek in that I’m trying to capture the black humor of the zombies and their situation, in the spirit of the original series. However at the same time this is about what it means to be human and what it means to have that humanity taken from you, so there are some serious elements too." -- James Robinson

I was planning to wait a month so I could post a full third of the issue, but history79's already posted a few pages, I see. Well, I guess I might as well upload these now then.

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Armor Wars #1 - "Spyder-Man No More"

"The original story, where Tony tracks down and defeats all his designs in the Marvel U that he feels are being misused, is a tale that’s been told, I feel. So in terms of this story, the main carry-over will be a lot of armor vs. armor action every issue." -- James Robinson

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Fantastic Four #645 (final issue)

"At the end of the day, nobody that likes the Fantastic Four will have a bad taste in their mouth. That's all I can say. I'm not going to let anybody down, I'm not going to leave this book on a bad note." - James Robinson

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GirlFrenzy: the Mist

Back in the day DC decided to have a series of one-shots based around various female characters in their universe, and the one we're focusing on today is based around the second Mist, one of the main antagonists in James Robinson's Starman series. In the story, Mist ends up up in a team-up of sorts with pretty much her polar opposite, one Mary Marvel...

How do they end up working together? Well it's complicated...

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All-New Invaders #14 - "The Return of Toro, Part 1"

'One of the things I like about the book, and the name “The Invaders,” is who are the Invaders? In the first arc, the Invaders are the Kree. In another big arc coming down the line, it will be H.G. Wells’ Martians. But the Marvel Universe have always had invaders. The Mole Man invades from the depths of the Earth. The Atlanteans invade the land. Creatures invade from other dimensions, too. The Marvel Universe is constantly a world under siege.' -- James Robinson

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