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Avengers Vs. X-​Men: Versus (2011) #1

Avengers Vs. X-Men: Versus (2011) #1

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AVX TIE-IN See fights that Avengers vs X-Men couldn't contain, featuring brawls between some of the biggest heroes in the Marvel U with no telling who will be the victor.
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  • UPC: 5960607800-00111
  • FOC Date: Apr 11, 2012
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thetrevdor member

A double Avenger win in what is a highly improbable scenario, with Iron Man over Magneto and Thing over Namor. Moral of the story: superheroes fighting each other is silly, and this book is basically "Who would win in a fight?" taken to an extreme nobody really needed. But hey... comics and stuff.

JackStamper member

In both cases, the "Underdog" won, although both fights were a bit odd...possibly, because they only had half an issue of place.

Iron Man vs Magneto was like I expected. Magneto would have crushed the early Iron Man, but this one of course knew Magneto was on the island, so actually wearing metal would've been foolish. He fought with various plans, while Magneto simply tried to play out the advantage, he still had, until they got into space where...erm...I guess Magneto, while trying to tap into the powers of nearby powers, noticed the Phoenix obliterating one, getting distracted and defeated, while also suddenly switching sides...without Iron Man hearing it.

Namor vs the Thing was surprising. Especially, since they fought completely underwater. Namor should mop the floor with the thing - his powers don't tire underwater! The Thing was surprisingly good at holding his breath, and luckily, Namor tried to finish him off via giant sea monster (that surprisingly appeared in the upper areas of the sea, and apparently not thanks to Namors call). The Thing wrestled the sea monster down, broke of his teeth (Ouch) and...Namor got thrown off the monster? Why is he suddenly weakened and on the seafloor? Well, Thing rams the teeth into the ground next to Namor, trapping him in a way, that usually wouldn't take him much time to escape. Did I miss a massive power-down for Namor somewhere?

Else: Nice idea, definitely gonna read the rest of the fights as well!