Civil War II: H20 #3-4


"Fans may be outraged, and there are probably Hawkeye writers who I'm very good friends with who will also be offended," said series writer Brian Bendis. "But the point is that everything that happens in this issue is in character when you discover the hows and whys and wheres."

An article about the #3's big death scene.

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: David Lopez

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[personal profile] thanekos2016-07-22 10:58 pm

The Avengers assembled in the home stretch of First Sign.

They were separated by the forcefield that the Zodiac'd thrown over Manhattan.

The teenage Tony Stark opened a temporary hole in the barrier, spending the last power in his life-preserving chestplate to do so. Some innocent people inside got out, and all the Avengers outside got in.

Tony was saved from death, thanks to Hank Pym; the forcefield was saved from death, thanks to that.

Quicksilver went looking for the base in Manhattan the Zodiac almost certainly had to have; he found it.

The Avengers went there. )

Civil War II: Kingsglaive #4 Preview & Hawkeye Reveal

So Marvel decided to post the #4 preview already and tried to keep the reveal about how Hawkeye decision went... but screwed a bit by mistake.

Warning, spoiler ahoy!

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[personal profile] thanekos2016-07-19 10:35 pm

Tony Stark was at Columbia when First Sign began.

He- the teen Tony torn out of time through the Crossing- was caught in a blackout.

Hooking his new gauntlets up to his life-preserving chestplate, he went looking for answers.

He found a lab in the basement, with which he was able to tweak his equipment to shield himself from whatever was draining all the power.

Then he picked up a strange spike of energy.

He went its way. )