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Quote1 Yes... total mission success. So now, when the time comes... the Unseen will be able to kill the Watcher... and all his secrets will be ours. Quote2


Appearing in "Behold the Watcher"Edit

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Synopsis for "Behold the Watcher"Edit

The omniscient Uatu the Watcher, is in a state of fugue, that happens every 3 years for 42 minutes when he shares his memories with the collective, giving 42 completely unobserved minutes.

A couple of entities enter while Uatu is on fugue mode, and start watching the recorded archives of the Watcher's memory.

The Unseen, the entities that enter the Watcher's Citadel are confused about his memories. They don't know, of if they're past recordings, things that are happening at that moment, or alternative futures.

Before Uatu wakes up, the Unseen escape the Citadel, claiming to have the tools to kill the Watcher.

Appearing in "Harbinger"Edit

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Synopsis for "Harbinger"Edit

In one of Utau's memories, Nova, rushes to the planet Birj, the throne room in the capital city to warn Terrax about a danger coming to destroy the planet. Terrax, a former herald of Galactus rejects Alexander's help and stays in his planet with his people to fight the menace.

Being too late for evacuation Nova flees Birj before the Phoenix Force destroys it completely leaving nobody alive.

Sam looks the destroyed planet full of guilt for not being able to save an entire civilization form the Pheonix, and using his full speed flies thru space trying to warn other planets that the Pheonix force is coming.

As he leaves, the only thing left in the planet is Terrax's Axe and below it, plants start growing.

Phoenix's story continues in Avengers vs. X-Men #0!

Appearing in "The Myth of Man"Edit

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  • Isaac (First appearance)
  • Sasha (Only appearance; dies)[1]
  • Isaac's puppy (Only Appearance)[1]
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Synopsis for "The Myth of Man"Edit

Krakken is tucking his son in bed, telling him about the little pleasures before the war between Homo sapiens and Homo superior almost destroyed the world. He is the mutant in charge of the reconstruction of earth and promises his son to recreate hot dogs for him.

The kid is still having nightmares about a Red Prophet, the humans last hope to kill all the mutants. Krakken assures to him that he killed the Prophet with his own hands using his mutant sismic powers. He tells his son that there's nothing to worry about and brings him a puppy as a gift.

When Krakken goes to his living room to talk with his wife, he founds that she's been murdered, and an X painted with blood in his window. Out of nowere, the Red Prophet appears, subdues Krakken and decapitates him.

Then, the Prophet gathers with the rest of the X-Terminated, consisting of Goodnight (Donald Pierce), Fiend (Francesca Trask), Horror Show (Graydon Creed) and Deadeye (Zora Risman), a human resistance group, whose objective is killing Weapon Omega, and his mutant minions.

Appearing in "The Scarlet Thread"Edit

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  • Glen (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "The Scarlet Thread"Edit

Kaine, Peter Parker's clone, has run from New York after some "events" that transpired there. His plan is to take a bus from North Carolina to Texas and cross the border of Mexico and disappear forever. While he thinks about that, people start screaming and he starts to hear gunfires from a bank nearby.

He ignores it, and enters the bus. But something inside of him tells him this is his oportunity for a new begining where he would not have to keep thinking about his inminent death, and could be the hero instead of the monster he has been.

He jumps out of the bus, and swings to the bank defeating the thiefs and starting a new life, not as the monster that was Peter Parker's clone, but as the Scarlet Spider.

Kaine's story continues in Scarlet Spider Vol 2 #1!

Appearing in "Yin & Yang"Edit

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Synopsis for "Yin & Yang"Edit

The twins Zaoxing and Wanxia were born on the same second of the same minute of the same hour of the same day, as similar as the right hand is to the left, but Zaoxin was born with strong but erratic molecular manipulation, a warm personality, and the codename Dragonfire, while Wanxia was cold, her molecular manipulation was weak but precise and had the codename Coldmoon. They both were separated and don't know about the other existance, being held in containment by Taiji Corp.

When they grew up, the feeling that there was something missing inside of them made them destroy the facility they were and found each other and realised that they were unstopable together.

Then, they tracked Taiji to New York, and warn the Avengers about the plan that Taiji have, to enslave humanity using alien technology.

The Avengers look at them trying to see if they're friend, foe, or something in between.

Appearing in "The Shaman of Greenwich Village"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Shaman of Greenwich Village"Edit

Dr. Strange (Stephen Strange) walks on Greenwich Village, thinking about the magic that holds, when he sees "Notebook" Joe, a man who has been documenting the history of the place. Joe has never shown a page of his work to anybody, and is always finding somebody who would let him spend the night while he completes his reaserch.

Recently, he's been staying with Abby, an artist, that hired a detective to find about Joe's past. He tells her that Joe used to be an archeologist that worked in Africa before having a mental breakdown.

Doctor Strange takes a look on Joe's work and sees that is all gibberish. He believs that Joe has been asleep since his breakdown, and enters his dream. Inside his head, he sees a door guarded by Joe. Strange opens it and sees his future, a reunion with the Defenders.

Joe wakes up, snaps out of his dream, goes to the train station, and jumps in front of a train.

Stephen's story continues in Defenders Vol 4 #1!

Appearing in "Age of Ultron"Edit

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Synopsis for "Age of Ultron"Edit

Very injured, Spider-Man and Hawkeye run trying to escape an invasion of Ultrons that are destroying the city, while a man yells at the robots that he had a deal with them, before they destroyed the building were the man was.

Solicit Synopsis:

Here are SEVEN all-new stories that set the stage for everything coming your way in 2012 from the biggest names in the comics industry. You CANNOT miss this. Catch a tease of the biggest change to the Marvel Universe in over 35 years!


  • A man that resembles a lot to Stan Lee, appears in "The Scarlet Thread" as a bus driver.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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