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Al inicio desarroll la capacidad mutante de muchos de los hijos de la dcada de , North fue lanzar descargas elctricas a engendrados por l a lo compaero de Logan y Victor Creed, travs de conductores de largo de los aos, y otros los futuros Lobezno Wolverine y metal, como su espada de adoptados.

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It's a rare case where we see Magneto's little used mental powers. But they push too hard and when Galactus notices them, he lashes out, nearly killing the X-Men.

Their attempt also prevents Mr. Fantastic from talking to Galactus more conventionally, and causes him to send a robot to attack the non-mutant heroes. Doom, however, sees an opportunity in Galactus' actions.

He sends his villains to attack the heroes in order to draw Galactus' attention. The heroes are weak from having just fought off Galactus' robot, so it's up to the X-Men shielded from Galactus' blast by Magneto to save the day. While Galactus is distracted, Doom beams up into his ship.

As a delaying tactic, he has his villains try to create an instability in the planet, preventing Galactus from eating it right away. Xavier learns about the plot when he reads the villains' minds, but not the reasons why, since the Enchantress shuts him down. So the X-Men are sent to stop the bad guys, and Wolverine seriously injures the Molecule Man in the process. But after they drive the villains away, the X-Men decide to set off the instability anyway.

Eventually, however, Galactus does kick in and start eating the planet. It happens while the main group of heroes are off attacking Doom's villains, so it's up to the X-Men to hold him off. It doesn't go well, and when the rest of the good guys show up, the X-Men are presumed killed but are in fact just buried under a lot of rocks.

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It's worth noting that the Wasp, Captain Marvel, and Hawkeye are also in the area when the X-Men are seemingly killed, but they don't bother to try to help. Even later, when there's a break in the fight with Galactus so that he can converse privately with Reed This is when Reed comes back and tries to convince everyone not to fight Galactus.

But later he changes his mind and helps with the attack. But their efforts are irrelevant. Galactus goes forward and begins eating the planet anyway. That's when Doom, who has already dissected Klaw in preparation Having the powers of Galactus would be enough for any other mortal, but for Dr. Doom it's just a stepping stone to gaining the power of the Beyonder himself.

And Doom succeeds. The remaining two issues are really about Doom trying to contain his powers while the heroes decide whether or not to fight Doom or let him be.

Doom claims that he's now above human concerns, but it's pointed out that one of his first acts is fixing his face. He also intends to rescue his mother's soul from Mephisto's realm. After he's done with that, he intends to leave the mortal world, but in the meantime he's maintaining his human form and it's causing him some problems. Another early act by Doom is to enlighten the Molecule Man. With his new-found power expansion, the Molecule Man takes the remaining villains to the suburb of Denver and transports it home.

The act is too much for Dr. Octopus to accept, and he goes crazy. The Molecule Man immobilizes him and says that he's going to have him institutionalized when they get back to Earth. This is actually making sure that Dr.

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Octopus will be institutionalized in Fantastic Four , which takes place soon after the FF get back from Secret Wars. Back to the main plot, the heroes decide to fight Doom. Doom kills them all immediately, but he subconsciously brings them back. Klaw is possessed by a weakened Beyonder at this point, and when Captain America finally confronts Doom, he keeps bringing him back from the dead. Eventually Doom is defeated, and he, Klaw, and the Beyonder all disappear.

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Much simpler to just have the good guys fight the bad guys and win and be done with it. In the wrap-up, Mr. Fantastic figures out how to send everyone home. A stray dragon friend of Lockheed's screws up the X-Men's transport, which will lead to them re-appearing in Japan instead of Central Park along with everyone else. The Lizard's alter ego, Doc Connors, travels home with the unaffiliated heroes instead of the villains. And, of course, the Thing opts to remain behind. New Characters In addition to the characters that were initially brought to the Secret Wars planet by the Beyonder, we are introduced to a few new characters.

First, there's Volcana and Titania, two new super-villains created by Dr. Doom see below for more on that. There's also Zsaji, a healer whose people were brought to the Secret Wars on one of the planet chunks that the Beyonder used to create the Battleplanet. It's theorized that her healing ability also causes her patient to fall in love with her; a sort of reverse Florence Nightengale effect.

The Human Torch has a little fling with her, but it's Colossus who really falls for her in a big way, causing him to doubt his already unstable feelings about Kitty Pryde.

Zsaji eventually gives her life saving the heroes, so we'll never see her outside this series. Also, there's Klaw. He's not a new character, of course, but he's here only incidentally.

A while back Dazzler absorbed him and then shot him at Galactus, and he's been bouncing around the hull of Taa II as energy since then. While Doom's on the ship, he finds Klaw and revives him, but the experience has left Klaw mentally deficient.

He develops a friendship with the Lizard, on the grounds that they both talk funny. Klaw mainly plays a King Lear's Fool role in this series; a foil to Dr. Finally, there's a new Spider-Woman. She's been an active super-hero in the suburb of Denver that got pulled to the Battleplanet. In her first fight in Secret Wars, she says that it's the fifth time she's been in a fight.

In addition to Spider-Man style strength and speed, she also has the ability to generate psionic webbing. The Wasp is out of the action for most of the series. She's captured by Magneto early on.

He attempts to woo her but she doesn't fall for it. When the X-Men show up to join him, the Wasp attacks them all and then makes a break for it. She winds up in a swamp the Lizard has wandered off to after the first battle, and she's in the process of befriending him when the Wrecking Crew show up in a big vehicle to collect the Lizard, and seemingly kill her.

She's later revived by Zsaji, but she's effectively away from the hero team for more than half the series. During the course of this story, the Thing reverts back and forth to Ben Grimm. Eventually he learns to control it. Assuming it's related to the nature of the planet, he opts to stay behind when the other heroes finally leave.

He asks She-Hulk to take his place in the Fantastic Four. Another major change is Spidey's new costume. After the last major battle with the villains, most of the good guys are in need of new costumes.

But Spidey goes to the wrong machine. He winds up with a costume that generates its own webbing, responds to his thoughts, and looks a lot like the new Spider-Woman's outfit. Mike Zeck's art never did a lot for me.

He was a rising star from his work on Master of Kung Fu and Captain America prior to being chosen for this series, but his characters just don't have a lot of depth to me. Everyone looks a bit small and tapered. On the other hand, he's a very good storyteller, and i imagine this series was quite demanding and speed was a factor.

In fact, two issues of this series had to be drawn by Bob Layton and aren't quite as good. So overall, the art isn't fantastic, but it it isn't bad. Imagine if this series was drawn by John Byrne, though. Aside from a run on the Punisher and the critically acclaimed Kraven's Last Hunt, Zeck didn't really do much more of note for Marvel. I read that Zeck nearly had a nervous breakdown working with Shooter. I don't know if that was meant figuratively or literally, but it may explain why he didn't do much else for Marvel.

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Cool scenes: Galactus eats Ultron: In the very beginning, Ultron freaks out and starts trying to kill the other villains. Doom convinces a terrified Molecule Man to nudge Galactus into taking care of the situation. Later, Doom will reprogram Ultron to act as a personal bodyguard. Save perhaps Thor: Just a quick moment, but when fighting the heroes in the beginning, Magneto makes a stray comment that he considers himself above all of the heroes, "save perhaps Thor".

It's an honest acknowledgment of Thor's power levels, but i also like to think that Magneto is remembering his first encounter with Thor back in Journey Into Mystery Enchantress smash! A very minor little scene, but i thought it was cool.

During an early fight, the She-Hulk attacks the Enchantress, but the Enchantress is able to knock her away. She's normally not a physical fighter, but as an Asgardian Goddess, it makes sense that she'd be physically powerful. Of course, this just lets She-Hulk know that she can unload on the Enchantress full-strength, which she does, causing considerable injury.

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The X-Men try to stop him, but they are unable to do so. Spidey is too fast and agile, and he manages to beat the whole team look how he swats away Wolverine.

Nice showing for a guy who, as the Human Torch says earlier, is used to fighting muggers. Before Spidey can tattle, Professor Xavier wipes his mind, an action that causes him considerable guilt. The Thunder God: In issue 3, there's a huge worldwide storm, presumably due to the jigsaw way the world was put together. From a plotting perspective, it allows for some downtime and internal strife since no one can leave their bases.

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The Armored Avenger. The Amazing Spider-Man Storylines. In film In television In video games In novels. Bibliography of works on Spider-Man. Thor Marvel Comics. Journey into Mystery Thor: Blood Oath Thor:So overall, the art isn't fantastic, but it it isn't bad. Even Galactus intends to win the Beyonder's game in order to have his hunger removed.

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