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Avengers Vol 3 49

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Avengers Vol 3 49

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Synopsis for "There Are No Words..."Edit

Kang and his legion of Sentinels converge on Washington and are met by the defenses of the Master's bases. Unfortunately, the Kang Damocles starship provides enough firepower to destroy the Master's defenses and bases. Thor gets the president to safety just before Kang unleashes a bomb that levels Washington. The Wasp and the U.S. leaders are forced to sign a surrender.

  • Part of the "Nuff Said" month that saw every issue released without captions or words spoken by the characters. It also includes a partial script of the issue at the end, to better inform the reader of what happens in the issue.
  • Kang the Conqueror destroys most of Washington, D.C. and captures the remains of the city.


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