The inception of the Nation of Unified Evil rapidly destabilized the global theatre. In response, countless privatized militaries and financial institutions swooped in to pick carrion from the bones, often in the guise of “help.” One such firm—The Consortium—draws the attention of S.W.O.R.D., concerned with their possible ties to an alien sect of robber barons.
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When the world gets turned upside down, sometimes it’s best put it in the rear view. For a group of kids whose villain parents have signed onto Zemo’s schemes, it feels like a case of Tainted Love: “Once I ran to you. Now I’ll run from you.”
Returning from the Negative Zone, the Fantastic Four found the world in disarray. While some chose to fight, Reed chose to provide an alternative. Armed with the world’s brightest, he attempts to carving a utopia from a pocket of the Negative Zone.
If villains can pretend to be heroes of the NUE, then what’s to stop heroes from masquerading as villains? Using villain identities as cover, or by recruiting them directly, the mysterious Shroud is taking the fight to NYC’s villains on their terms! Enter The Night Shift.
Tony Stark was asleep at the wheel, and it allowed a handful of his enemies to raid the coffers, making off with his armor technology. Doctor Doom. Baron Zemo. Justin Hammer. And countless others. But now Stark’s back with an aggressive recall.
The mutants of Krakoa—isolated from much of the world—were spared Zemo’s conquest. But countless mutants still living out in the world weren’t so lucky, and are suffering behind his iron curtains. That’s where the X-Men come in.
The Barony played the wrong hand with Doom. The threat of excessive force is of little consequence to him. So while many heroes avoid collateral damage, Doom embraces it. Donning one of Stark’s armors, he’s assembled a brutal form of Avengers.