This item as you can see is Uncanny Avengers #17 Vol. 1 (2012-2015) Marvel Comics | Comic Books. If you are a fan Comic books this would make a great addition to a Collection as well. I will get more and more listed as I have time, so be sure to Favorite the Store and check back often.
A letter in the future. To a daughter left behind by a parent on a quest. A parent who was there the day when the courage of Earth proved insufficient...
New York. Under a preternatural red sky, the world watches Exitar, Executioner for the Celestials, descend. In the streets, heroes combine their efforts to keep calm while geniuses try to build a stopgap. Hulk will hold Doctor Doom's force-field generator in place as it protects the world. In low Earth orbit, a coalition of super-humans will delay the cosmic god, and everyone hopes the Avengers Unity Squad, who are outside the force-field, can find a way to save the world.
On the Apocalypse Twin's Ark, Thor battles Eimin, who wields the ax Jarnbjorn. She poses the riddle that she will take from Kang the one thing he prizes the most, as revenge for what he did to the twins. Impossible as it seems, the fight is surprisingly even.
In the bowels of the ship, Eric Williams, the last of the Horsemen of Death, begs the Wasp to kill him, claiming it is the only way she can achieve victory. Just like Daken and Bob Reynolds before him, he incessantly monologues, claiming that the only way for the Wasp to become pertinent to the disaster she faces is the choice she judged Wolverine for: kill her opponent.
On Earth, the force-field flares to life. Cosmic death is staved off. Hope rekindles. Thor claims Jarnbjorn to use as evidence to talk down Exitar... too late. In New York, casings crack, and the resulting explosion destroys the force-field engine and the top of Avengers Tower. Exitar descends to Earth, as Eric Williams gloats. Captain America interrupts, giving the Wasp the time to go for the Tachyon Dam holding off time travel reinforcements.
But as Wasp struggles, Eric Williams uses his scythe to kill Captain America. On Earth, the Celestial causes untold destruction, as the Avengers admit that all their efforts were for nothing. As he has watched so many events, Uatu watches Exitar tear the planet apart, and the silence that follows.
Eimin returns to the Ark, gleeful at the destruction, answering her own riddle: They have robbed Kang of his prize. There is no longer an Earth for him to conquer.
As the shock-wave of the destroyed Earth wracks the Moon, the Apocalypse Twin's Ark flies through space, and Thor creates a portal to elsewhere.
He finds himself in the space that Odin exiled himself to, to watch his brother's corpse. There, Odin bonds with his son over the tragedy of the Earth's destruction. However, the elder god is quick to point out that the Earth faced the same threshold all worlds eventually face: to unite against the unknown, becoming stronger... or to fall into argument and waste their strength in foolishness. The tragedy is that the humans chose the latter. Odin tells Thor that the death is not his fault, and walks away. Thor does not rise.
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