In the post-apocalyptic world of Marvel’s Dark Ages miniseries, Earth’s mightiest heroes invade the most dangerous stronghold on the planet – Europe.
The Earth’s mightiest heroes are about to explore the most dangerous landscape of Marvel’s Dark Ages – Europe.
In Dark Ages #4, a group of survivors will cross into Europe, which Marvel has dubbed “the most treacherous place on Earth.” Regular readers of the series will know that Europe is controlled by Apocalypse, which suggests that a confrontation with his army of vampires is in the cards for the planet’s remaining heroes. The solicitation for the issue describes the heroes’ journey overseas to try to save their friends as both desperate and dangerous.
DARK AGES #4 (OF 6)
- TOM TAYLOR (W) • IBAN COELLO (A/C)
- Variant Cover by MIKE MCKONE
- Variant Cover by RYAN STEGMAN
- Variant Cover by PETE WOODS
- A group of heroes have crossed dark seas in a desperate and dangerous attempt to save their friends. But before the heroes can save the world, they must first survive the most treacherous place on Earth – Europe!
- 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Dark Ages is a six-issue miniseries written by Tom Taylor and drawn by Iban Coello. It is set in an alternate version of the Marvel Universe where a series of tragedies altered the course of human history. When a robotic threat known as the Unmaker attempts to destroy the Earth, members of the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Avengers team up to save the world. However, the threat proves to be more powerful than they thought and kills many of their ranks. Seeing no other way to win, Doctor Strange creates a portal that encompasses the globe in a constant electromagnetic pulse. Although this move saves the day, it also changes the lives of all the survivors, as they have to learn to exist without the use of electricity.
In the wake of this tragedy, the world of Dark Ages has opened up to create a vastly landscape for Marvel’s heroes. The series introduced a new iteration of Spider-Girl and has also reshaped familiar faces like Mister Fantastic, Iron Man and Captain America. Speaking on the series, Taylor said, “I’m excited to team up with the brilliant Iban Coello on one of the most epic stories I’ve ever been involved in. Marvel’s Dark Ages is a story unlike any we’ve told before.”
Dark Ages is the latest in a long line of alternate reality storylines to come from Taylor, who has previously worked on the DCeased, Earth 2 and the Injustice comic book series that influenced the recent animated movie. Next month, Taylor will be joined by artist Yasmine Putri for Dark Knights of Steel, which he calls his “Biggest Elseworlds story yet.”
KEEP READING: How Marvel’s Dark Ages Introduced a Post-Apocalyptic New Spider-Girl
Source: Marvel Comics
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