When the Justice League headquarters is taken over, and most of the members held captive it's up to this team of heroes to save the day.
In the "Unstoppable" arc, Joss Whedon wrote an adventure taking place on the alien Breakworld. The X-Men square off against the Breakworld leaders, who are intending to destroy Earth by firing a giant bullet. The Danger subplot is also resolved, and Whedon established that Danger is hard-coded not to kill. In the end, Shadowcat phases inside the Breakworld bullet, and when it reaches Earth, makes it intangible, so that the bullet passes through Earth. Shadowcat seemingly sacrifices her life, comic book death-style. ( See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astonishing_X-Men#.22Unstoppable.22_.28Issues_19-24.2C_Giant-Size_Astonishing_X-Men_.231.29 )
Carnage the alien symbiote that gave Eddie Brock the power of Venom spawned a child. This creature bonded to a deranged serial killer called Cletus Kasady, and the two began a blindly murderous path through New York City as the monstrous Carnage. Carnage was swiftly defeated, however, and his symbiotic suit was apparently destroyed. The insane Kasady was jailed at Ravencroft Asylum. However, his visit was short-lived as he revealed that the alien had mutated his blood, and he could generate a copy of the symbiote (this was later retconned so that the alien had survived, and bonded to his ...
The film opens with the opening credits (with nods such as a note with the title project: OZ, an image of a spider and the names Otto Octavius and Norman Osborn) showing spider-man's origin to the point of Uncle Ben's murder. Spider-man swings across town to stop the criminal who killed Uncle Ben and tracks him, but the crook dies of a heart attack. Spider-man is seen in school, being bullied and harrased, being friends with Harry Osborn, and trying to talk to popular girl Gwen Stacey with no real avail. He meets Dr. Connors, his biology teacher, and they ...
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