It’s Never Too Late to Tie Into a Super-Mega-Crossover Event in Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1 [Preview]

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Zac Thompson, Leah Williams, Alberto Albuquerque, Guiu Vilanova, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Cory Petit, tying into Absolute Carnage at the last minute, but better late than never when it comes to squeezing a few extra sales out of a super-mega-crossover event. We’ve got a preview below.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

Haven’t been reading Absolute Carnage? Looks like you saved yourself a crapload of money because the whole thing is recapped below.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

And our preview opens with Steve Rogers realizing he has more in common with Millennials than he previously thought.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

Captain America is under attack by a buttload of Symbiotes.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

But it looks like he’s got a little help from above.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

Spider-Man, who has heroically appeared in quite a few of these tie-ins as well as the main series, is really earning his keep for Marvel in this super-mega-crossover event. And here, he gets Cap up to speed.

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1

Absolute Carnage: Avengers #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

ABSOLUTE CARNAGE AVENGERS #1 AC
JUL190898
(W) Leah Williams, Zac Thompson (A) Alberto Alburquerque, Guiu Villanova (CA) Clayton Crain
CAPTAIN AMERICA! HAWKEYE! THE THING! WOLVERINE!
Years ago, Cletus Kasady used the Carnage symbiote to take over a small town called Doverton, Colorado, as well as the team of Avengers who arrived to stop him! Barely able to free themselves from his control during their first meeting, this small band of heroes will have no choice but to assemble once more after they discover that Doverton’s entire population has recently fallen victim to Carnage’s more lethal designs…
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 16, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.