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The plot follows (more or less) a single cell of The Invisible College, a secret organization battling against physical and psychic oppression using time travel, magic, meditation, and physical violence. For most of the series, the team includes leader King Mob; Lord Fanny, a Brazilian transgendered shaman; Boy, a former member of the NYPD; Ragged Robin, a telepath with a mysterious past; and Jack Frost, a young hooligan from Liverpool who may be the next Buddha. Their enemies are the Archons of Outer Church, interdimensional alien gods who have already enslaved most of the human race without its knowledge.
Tells the origins of the keeper of the Power Cosmic; such as his involvement with the planet eater Galactus; his clashes with Thanos; his banishment to Earth and his thoughts on everyday life and his wish to go back home.
S.H.I.E.L.D. general Nick Fury is entrusted with establishing a strike force of government-sponsored superheroes which included scientist couple Henry and Janet Pym (Giant-Man and Wasp), Bruce Banner (The Hulk), Tony Stark (Iron Man), and Steve Rogers. A cuckolded Banner injects himself with the Hulk serum, causing him to transform into the Hulk, and rampages through Manhattan killing hundreds of people before the team, along with Thor, incapacitates him. A jealous and abusive Henry Pym tries to murder Janet, and is later beaten by Captain America and expelled from the team. An extraterrestrial shape-shifting race, the Chitauri, is discovered to have …
The story involves the superhero team, the Justice League of America, confronting the supervillain team known as the Legion of Doom led by enemies Lex Luthor and Brainiac, after every supervillain is motivated by a shared dream that seems to be a vision of the planet's destruction which they intend to avoid. WARNING: Contains long cast list.
The story revolves around an unfortunate young man named Eric. He and his fiancée, Shelly, are assaulted by a gang of street thugs after their car breaks down. Eric is shot in the head and is paralyzed, and can only watch as Shelly is savagely beaten,then as she dies at the scene. Eric survives and is taken to a hospital, but while surgeons are trying to save him, the Crow comes to him and convinces him he needs to let go of his life. Only by dying can the Crow help him exact his revenge. One year later, Eric is …
Moore's homage to Marvel clichés.The parody is not entirely affectionate, as the text pieces and fictional letter columns contain pointed inside jokes about the business practices of 1960s comics publishers, with “Affable Al” portrayed as a tyrant who claims credit for his employees' creations.
The story is that of Gary Hampton, a CEO who is bitten by a werewolf while on a family vacation. The story revolves around Gary's efforts to use his powers for good and to be a superhero, despite having an evil curse.
The Middleman's slogan is “fighting evil so you don't have to” and the character has been doing it for an unknown length of time. The Middleman is not just the incarnation in the current mini series; it is a job, a title, a persona that is handed down from Middleman to Middleman. The current series follows hero-by-day artist by night Wendy Watson as she tries to balance her normal life of boyfriends, mothers, and roommates with her more surreal adventures with the Middleman. She is presumably training to become the next Middleman. Each Middleman receives information via Ida from O2STK. …
The origin of their powers is different and the team is much younger. The series revolves around the adventures of Reed Richards, siblings Susan and Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm, who get engulfed in a malfunctioned teleporter experiment and get super powers: Reed can stretch, Susan projects force fields and makes herself invisible, Johnny becomes a human torch and Ben a superstrong stone giant. They fight villians, like: Dr. Doom, Mole Man and Pyscho-Man.
The protagonists are the X-Men, a group of mutants whose unusual genetics grant them super powers. This sets them apart from the rest of humanity. They are led by Professor Charles Xavier, the world's most powerful telepath.
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