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Overview

The Invasion is here!! The Marvel Universe is in shambles. The Skrull Empire's plan has birthed itself into perfection. It is hero versus hero!! Resurrections and reunions!! Is Tony Stark a Skrull? And is that actually Captain America leading the heroes into a new era?? EXPECT CHANGE!!

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The Secret Invasion has begun.

The shape-shifting alien race known as Skrulls want planet Earth and they've been infiltrating the world's superhero teams and government agencies in an attempt to claim the planet. The New and Mighty Avengers learned of the covert Skrull aggression nearly a year ago and though they've attempted to figure out what to do and how to combat the threat, their efforts have been hindered by questions and doubts that have left old allegiances in shambles: Who's a Skrull? Who do you trust?

The questions still linger, but the time to ponder them is over. Today, the Skrulls have taken actions that cannot be cannot be concealed. The Secret Invasion isn't a secret any longer, it's war!

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Bloodwolf vs. Secret Invasion Part 2: That 70's Skrull 0

Well fans, we continue down the rabbit hole of Secret Invasion, and in today’s outing, I’m going to talk about an aspect of the story that got a lot of people really excited at the time, mostly because it features prominently in this particular issue. As I mentioned last time, issue 1 ended with a Skrull ship landing in the Savage Land containing several Superheroes in 70’s attire, all of them claiming to be the real deal. Now, I’ll admit, when this development first came about I was actually p...

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Second chapter rocks 0

This event has been pitch-perfect so far. It's unfolding like a great action movie. Where the first issue was solid set-up, this second issue gives us an intense battle in the Savage Land, and it offers some of the best eye candy I have ever seen in a comic. The last time I remember experiencing this kind of rush was when reading Civil War #7. Several 2-page splashes are used to wonderful effect throughout this book. The pace of this event also feels just right, and it's a marked improvement on ...

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An improvement over Issue 1 0

The artwork has improved (the frames are cleaner) but there is no consistency when drawing characters. It basically comes down to either you like Yu artwork or you don't, I don't! For example, Hawkeye kisses a female character in this comic, Yu makes him look like a totally different person in next few frames in the face by giving him a square jaw. I don't understand how you can draw a character different one frame from the next and YU does this!The issue deals with the battle between the 70'...

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