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This July, the lingering question will be answered in ORIGINAL SIN #6 – who shot the Watcher? From the very beginning, fans have waited, wondered and speculated who was responsible for Uatu’s untimely death. Now, Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato peel back the curtain on the person pulling the strings as Original Sin races toward it’s heart-stopping conclusion.

Though the Watcher’s killer stands revealed, the knowledge Uatu kept cannot be put back in its bottle. The heroes’ most closely guarded secrets are now weapons in the hands of a terrifying enemy.

How can the heroes of the Marvel Universe cope with a threat that knows their each and every weakness? And who has been manipulating the actions of hero and villain alike? Prepare yourselves as Original Sin kicks into high gear and builds to a game-changing finale that will have everyone talking! No fan can afford to miss the twists and turns of ORIGINAL SIN #6 when it explodes into comic shops this July!

Everybody has one. This is Marvel’s ORIGINAL SIN!

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverJulian Totino Tedesco1
VarVariant CoverGabriele Dell'Otto2
VarVariant CoverArt Adams3
VarVariant CoverPeter Steigerwald4

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The replacement. 0

Original Sin #5 review. Nick Fury is probably Earth's greatest protector, however, he's still only human.The GoodBest cover of the entire series!Frank Martin's cover for this issue was amazing! The cover is what I enjoy most about this issue; just because of the composition of how this cover was made. Definitely worth hanging on your wall!So in this issue, Nick Fury seeks a replacement as, protector of Earth! With the realNick Fury old, and his body aging rapidly, the team he established to find...

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Filler for an Already Slow-Moving Event 0

The Original Sin event, while good, has reminded me of just why I don't like events generally; there's way too many characters involved, situations feel very scattered and muddled, and they always seem to last a bit too long, extending it as far as possible in hopes of retaining a steady series to make a quick buck. And, while Original Sin has done a lot better than this, especially with the character development presented in last issue, this issue dive-bombs straight into the ground, bringing ...

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