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WHO SHOT THE WATCHER? The Watcher, the mysterious space-god who's been watching us from the moon for as long as we can remember... is dead. Thus begins the greatest murder mystery in Marvel Comics history. As Nick Fury leads the heroes of the Marvel Universe in an investigation, other forces are marshaling as well and other questions are arising. Why is Black Panther gathering a secret team of his own, including Emma Frost, the Punisher and Dr. Strange? Who is the Unseen? What was the Original Sin? What was stolen from the Watcher's lair? And most importantly, who now holds the Marvel Universe's darkest secrets in the palm of their hand?

Deadpool, Iceman, and Odin only appear on variant covers.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJulian Totino Tedesco1
VarVariant CoverGabriele Dell'Otto5
VarVariant CoverEd McGuinness6
VarVariant CoverBen Caldwell7
VarVariant CoverArt Adams4
VarVariant CoverSteve McNiven8
VarDeadpool Variant CoverChip Zdarsky9
VarDeadpool Sketch Variant Cover 1Chip Zdarsky10
VarDeadpool Sketch Variant Cover 2Ben Caldwell11
VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young12
VarBlank Variant CoverNone13
RERetailer Exclusive Hastings CoverCarlo Barberi2
RERetailer Incentive Launch Party Variant CoverJulian Totino Tedesco3

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Who shot the watcher? 0

Last Original Sin review. Marvel's summer series, Original Sin, starts NOW! Who watches the watcher? And who shot him?! Jason Aaron, Mike Deodato, and Frank Martin are here to answer these questions! NEXT REVIEW!The GoodThe Watcher is dead.In this issue, the Watcher dies! Jason Aaron sets the stage for the events that are to come in this main series and also the spinoff titles that involve the Watcher's all seeing eyes. If you are interested in a bit of mystery and sins of popular Marvel heroes;...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A Solid Start 0

At long last, the much anticipated event has begun, and the beginning, while nothing surprising, does get us out of the gate in a nice way. As is to be expected, though, this issue is a lot of setting up the scenarios; who's involved, where is everyone, what are they up to, and so on. There's also some pitter pattering about with the actual death of the Watcher, which, if you are even somewhat interested in the series, you'll likely have seen a number of images depicted of this already. However...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An Explosive Start 0

Wow. Issue 1 of Original Sin has officially hit the shelves releasing a series of crossovers, as well as the ongoing main story. What does the first issue tell us? Well, a lot in my opinion. We begin in a most humble manner, a couple of Avengers and a special guest having a meal together. This for me was seriously one of the best things in the book since we finally see the heroes just hanging out. Of course, a book about folks eating is boring so with a single phone call the chaos begins. ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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