INFINITY TIE-IN “AVENGERS UNIVERSE: VI” The Avengers versus the Black Order. The battle for Earth moves planet-side. Thanos takes center stage.
If I had to sum up this issue of X-Men Legacy with one word, that word would be transformative. It’s always been clear that Si Spurrier has been taking David Haller on a specific journey with this series, and with this issue we see at least some of the journey pay off, and Spurrier crafts an issue that is typically satisfying for this book.
The X-Men are shaken to the core by the Battle of the Atom. So much that we can’t show you the cover of ALL-NEW X-MEN #19! Kitty Pryde is particularly is shaken by the events of the X-Men crossover. With her students gone, what is Kitty to do?
With the approximately 225 different X-books Marvel is putting out, it’s often amazing to me that so many of them feel exactly the same. This desire to keep repackaging the same thing with slight variations would be infuriating if the success of those books didn’t also support a book as good as X-Men Legacy.
The Blue Marvel joins the fight – and the Ebony Maw makes his move! A plague of demons is raging through Manhattan, and the only Avenger who can defeat them is… Spider Hero? What? Seriously, who is that guy?
INFINITY TIE-IN – “AVENGERS UNIVERSE: V” The Avengers return to our Solar System. The battle for Earth starts in the heavens. The Black Order makes their move.
INFINITY TIE-IN – “AVENGERS UNIVERSE: IV.” The final battle for the Marvel universe begins. The fall of a Galactic empire. The rise of a new one.