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Marvel Preview: Marvel's Avengers: Untitled Prelude #1

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Marvel Preview: Marvel’s Avengers: Untitled Prelude #1

A COSMIC CALAMITY!

A COSMIC CALAMITY! From the dawn of the universe came six INFINITY STONES, each in control of an essential aspect of existence: space, reality, power, soul, mind and time. Now, THANOS strives to collect them all to further his mad plan of wiping out half the universe’s population. Standing between him and his goal: the AVENGERS, the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, SPIDER-MAN, and more! But with one Infinity Stone already in Thanos’ possession, will even the combined might of the Marvel Universe be enough to stop him?

Written by: Will Corona Pilgrim
Art by: Paco Diaz
Page Count: 23 Pages
Release Date: December 5 2018
Age Rating: 9+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Marvel's Avengers: Untitled Prelude #1

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