Doom v Doom?
Doom v Doom?
Looks more like Doom vs Celestials.
That blasted Richards?
You can see a second Doom in the gauntlet's reflection.
I don't think so, I imagine it's part of this Illuminaughty thingIs that a War of Kings image?
only if you start jogging:roll: I'll look better when a zombie variant is released
I wouldn't doubt it, and yes they are, whatever happened to just telling a good story in one book, Silent War was a far better and more impactful book than WWH, and it managed to contain itself to one-titleIs this the big event that's been hinted at for 2009?
If so, it's a good idea, but events are ****ing boring.
They don't know anymore than we do, apparently it just popped up in there mailboxI wonder who will be writing this.
Also, what's the link to this on IGN? What do they say (if anything) about the image?
At IGN Comics we're always on the prowl for the latest and greatest art, especially pieces that seem to indicate huge things for future comic book storylines. (Sometimes that isn't always the case, but hey, great art is great art.) This time we have one that seems to answer one of the bigger questions related to Marvel's Illuminati mini-series: What has become of the Infinity Gems?
The Marvel Universe is full of beings possessing overwhelming power, but none of their abilities can stand next to the Infinity Gems and the gauntlet that can unify them. Named Time, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality and Power for the aspects of the universe they can control, these gems have been the source of cosmic power struggles in the past... and now it appears Victor Von Doom might have discovered their hidden locations.
During the New Avengers: Illuminati limited series by Brian Bendis and Jimmy Cheung, the Illuminati gained possession of all six gems. Determined to prevent abuse of the artifacts, each of the members (Charles Xavier, Tony Stark, Reed Richards, Namor and Dr. Strange) was given one of the gems for safekeeping. It looks as though Doom might have found a way to locate the gems, and he now will have the power he has desired for so long.
Marvel sent us this cover, which is done by prolific cover artist Marko Djurdjevic. We don't know what series or storyline this is for, though the presence of the Eternals does lead us to believe this could belong to the current ongoing series. It could be for something much bigger. Time will tell. All we know is this art kicks *** - and we hope the storyline lives up to the cover.
Will Doom have his reign of terror?
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Indeed they are Celestials.THe Eternals? That looks like the Celestials.
Indeed they are Celestials.