The Week In Marvel AR – A Tale Of Mischief, KIeron Enslaved, Mark Waid, Mike Allred And A Rather Odd X-Force Moment

From last week’s Marvel AR, for those without tablets or smartphones (as I was until the intervention of a very generous benefactor)… oddly, Avengers doesn’t give us Adam’s language translated, so it looks like you will have to rely on Bleeding Cool after all. But there is some fun stuff along the way…

Young Avengers #1 gives us the first art of a short film starring Kieron Gillen in his Loki get up.

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While, on another continent, Kieron is enslaved in his editor’s office.

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Mark Waid talks Leinil Yu on Indestructable Hulk

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Mike Allred talks Old John Storm on FF

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A + X and Deadpool don’t have any ARs inside, but their cover trailers go slightly bizarre, and address all those continuity questions by telling you to shut up…

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And Uncanny X-Force follows in Superior Spider-Man‘s footsteps with a surprise AR triggered by the final spoiler page… but instead accidentally triggers an AR from a previous Uncanny Avengers. It’s an odd one…

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UPDATE: Just been told it’s been fixed. Update when I have it.

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