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One of them's the Rose.

The other's the Crime-Master.

Both of them're gonzo masterminds, legacies whose predecessors were gangsters that fought Spider-Man. The Rose menaced Michael Morbius in Joe Keatinge and Richard Elson's take on the Living Vampire, in the same way as the Crime-Master did Flash Thompson in Rick Remender and Tony Moore's Venom.

The threats they presented were different from those of the ones whose names they'd taken.

(Two warnings- first, there's close to forty images under this cut.

Second, there's some violence.)

Theirs were grander in scope and scale. )
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"Followers of the Iron Man run may be especially interested, as this is actually part of the larger design of my [main book] Iron Man run. Come the end, we’ll be working elements into my series. Also! Has my new fave villain." -- Kieron Gillen

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"What most appealed was a story about technology and romance, and a man who is both a futurist and a capitalist and what happens when there's a conflict between the two." -- Kieron Gillen

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"It's about the Moon. The romance and symbolism of the Moon as much as the actual heavenly body, this place that we used to go to and don't anymore, this symbol of the imagination and the unconscious that we actually walked on. And I suppose it's about progress, and the shape progress takes." -- Al Ewing

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"Eli is a new character and he's my tribute to Warren Ellis who created Extremis -- the character is heavily inspired by him. Warren is comics' great futurist, and if he had gotten together with a gang of criminals and scientists in an attempt to develop the future, he would have been like Eli." -- Kieron Gillen

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"It's a story about pushing forward in a universe built on the illusion of forward movement, and what that means." -- Al Ewing

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"I don't want anyone to dismiss this as an Iron Man mini with no connection to the main "Iron Man" book. This is core Iron Man stuff." -- Kieron Gillen

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience. Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is well under 1/3 of the issue.)

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"[The Moon] just struck me as a great, closed setting to do stories with a limited cast and see them all interact. The emotional core was just my sad country ballad to the death of a 1000s cuts of NASA and the romance of the space. It struck me that if Tony is about 30, humanity hasn't walked on the surface of another body in our solar system as long as he's been alive." -- Kieron Gillen

(Note: Keep in mind that this is one of Marvel's online Infinite Comics. They're designed to be read on a digital device, with each page replacing the previous one on your screen. When the pages are instead side-by-side, stacked vertically, like in this post, it can make for an awkward reading experience at times.

Also, the format makes page count a tricky matter, but if you count each "slide" as a page, then this is well under 1/3 of the 160-page issue.)

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From Newsarama, sometimes an image just leaps up and challenges you NOT to post it...

It's unlettered, but frankly, what lettering could hope to top this tableau?

I'm SURE there's an explanation... )

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