- Now, I ain't anybody to be setting any examples -- but getting ANGRY? Ain't gonna change the fact that we lost one of the greats.
- -- The Thing
Appearing in "Anger"Edit
- New Avengers
- Mighty Avengers
- Thing (Ben Grimm)
- Young Avengers
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Mentioned)
- Eye of Agamotto
- Cloak of Levitation
- Horn of Gabriel (First appearance)
- Extremis Armor (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Spider-Man's Black Suit
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
Synopsis for "Anger"Edit
After Wolverine and Daredevil infiltrate the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, Iron Man contacts the Mighty Avengers who are en route to prevent the super-villain Tiger Shark from attacking a coastal missile base. Tiger Shark has stolen an item called the "Horn of Gabriel" from Atlantis, which can summon terrible sea monsters to his side. During the fight Tiger Shark boasts that he'll finally gain the respect he deserves and a furious Ms. Marvel begins to savagely beat him until the Sub-Mariner arrives to calm the raging monsters. Condemning the brutality used by them against both Tiger Shark and the sea monsters as an outlet for their anger regarding Cap's death, Namor takes Tiger Shark into custody and reveals he learned there are missiles hidden in the coastline of Maine. As Namor warns the Mighty Avengers that he will retaliate if Atlantis is ever attacked, Ares asks Ms. Marvel if they won and if so then that was all that mattered. Meanwhile, the Thing joins a poker game organized by the New Avengers along with Young Avengers Patriot and Hawkeye at the Sanctum Sanctorum. Tensions are running high and conversation soon turns to Cap's death and recent events caused by the Civil War. Sensing how close things are to boiling over, Patriot and Hawkeye leave the game to take out their frustration on some bad guys just as Wolverine returns from his quest aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. Wolverine informs the other Avengers that he saw Cap's body. Wolverine and Spider-Man get into a dispute, and eventually the Thing separates them and points out that fighting each other won't alleviate either of their pain regarding the loss of someone like Cap. Spider-Man leaves the game and Wolverine shadows him to make sure the webslinger gets home safe while the others decide to resume playing rather than discuss it any further.
- Takes place after the first Mighty Avengers arc.
- Regular cover by Ed McGuinness, variant cover by Michael Turner
- No trivia.
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