History Comicbook / Siege

19th Jun '16 8:29:43 PM nombretomado
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* BatFamilyCrossover: Aside from the main ''Siege'' series and some one shots revolving around characters who weren't getting much page time in the main story (Such as Spider-Man and the Young Avengers), the only titles that tied into ''Siege'' were ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', ''Mighty Avengers'', ''Avengers: The Initiative'' and ''{{Thunderbolts}}''. The ''Mighty Avengers'' ties to the event were at first tenuous at best, with the tie-in issues focusing on Ultron's attack on the Infinite Avengers Mansion at the same time as ''Siege'' takes place but leads into the Thunderbolts tie in; comparatively ''The Initiative'' focused on some of Osborn's more sane allies like Taskmaster realizing the plan had gone completely off rails and the Avengers Resistance mounting an attack on Camp H.A.M.M.E.R to keep the cavalry at bay, and ''New Avengers'' provided the lead-up to the Avengers heading to Asgard, with the later issues serving the same purpose as the one-shots by focusing on Hawkeye and Mockingbird.

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* BatFamilyCrossover: Aside from the main ''Siege'' series and some one shots revolving around characters who weren't getting much page time in the main story (Such as Spider-Man and the Young Avengers), the only titles that tied into ''Siege'' were ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', ''Mighty Avengers'', ''Avengers: The Initiative'' and ''{{Thunderbolts}}''.''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}''. The ''Mighty Avengers'' ties to the event were at first tenuous at best, with the tie-in issues focusing on Ultron's attack on the Infinite Avengers Mansion at the same time as ''Siege'' takes place but leads into the Thunderbolts tie in; comparatively ''The Initiative'' focused on some of Osborn's more sane allies like Taskmaster realizing the plan had gone completely off rails and the Avengers Resistance mounting an attack on Camp H.A.M.M.E.R to keep the cavalry at bay, and ''New Avengers'' provided the lead-up to the Avengers heading to Asgard, with the later issues serving the same purpose as the one-shots by focusing on Hawkeye and Mockingbird.
21st Apr '16 6:11:34 AM GrigorII
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* AnyLastWords: Tony Stark, once again Iron Man, shuts down Iron Patriot's armour. Which, after all, is ''his'' armour. He mocks Norman with this... and it does not end as expected. His "last words" in the few seconds before the Iron Patriot armour shuts down were "Bob! Bob! Don't let them win! Bring it all down! BRING IT ALL DOWN, ROBERT! DON'T LET THEM WIN!"
21st Apr '16 6:02:04 AM GrigorII
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* CrisisCrossover
21st Apr '16 6:01:41 AM GrigorII
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* IKnewIt: [[{{In-Universe}} After Osborn's]] VillainousBreakdown, Wolverine and the Human Torch both comment "Told ya." to Cyclops and Mr Fantastic respectively.

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* IKnewIt: IWarnedYou: [[{{In-Universe}} After Osborn's]] VillainousBreakdown, Wolverine and the Human Torch both comment "Told ya." to Cyclops and Mr Fantastic respectively.
5th Mar '16 9:20:20 PM nombretomado
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* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:What finally happens to Norman in issue #3, and most would say, it's fitting. First CaptainAmerica, the living embodiment of all the principles Norman has spat on, comes back to life and announces it by hitting the villain square in the face with his shield, and then beating him in a one-on-one fight. The President of the United States orders him arrested for treason and has his flying base shot down. ComicBook/IronMan, whose technology Norman stole to turn himself into the Iron Patriot, comes back from ''brain death'' and shuts down Osborn's armor. When the costume falls off, Norman is revealed - on national television, no less - wearing clownish facepaint modeled on his old "Green Goblin" identity. And finally, as he rants about how the fight isn't over, {{Spider-Man}}, his oldest enemy, says [[ShutUpHannibal "Oh, will you shut up!"]] and decks him, knocking him out cold.]]

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* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:What finally happens to Norman in issue #3, and most would say, it's fitting. First CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, the living embodiment of all the principles Norman has spat on, comes back to life and announces it by hitting the villain square in the face with his shield, and then beating him in a one-on-one fight. The President of the United States orders him arrested for treason and has his flying base shot down. ComicBook/IronMan, whose technology Norman stole to turn himself into the Iron Patriot, comes back from ''brain death'' and shuts down Osborn's armor. When the costume falls off, Norman is revealed - on national television, no less - wearing clownish facepaint modeled on his old "Green Goblin" identity. And finally, as he rants about how the fight isn't over, {{Spider-Man}}, his oldest enemy, says [[ShutUpHannibal "Oh, will you shut up!"]] and decks him, knocking him out cold.]]
11th Dec '15 2:30:16 PM lorgskyegon
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* {{Gorn}}: [[spoiler: Sentry ripping Ares in half, with all of his intestines spilling out everywhere,]] was unnecessarily explicit.

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* {{Gorn}}: [[spoiler: Sentry ripping Ares in half, half ''vertically'', with all of his intestines spilling out everywhere,]] was unnecessarily explicit.
6th Dec '15 5:55:12 PM SFH
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* BittersweetEnding: Thousands died in both Chicago and Asgard, [[spoiler:including Ares, the Sentry, and Loki]], and Asgard itself has been destroyed; but Norman Osborn is arrested, HAMMER is disbanded, SHIELD is restored under the command of Steve Rogers, the Superhero Registration Act is shut down, the Avengers have reunited, and the superhero community is whole again.



* EnemyMine: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/IronMan join forces in earnest for the first time since ComicBook/CivilWar.

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* EnemyMine: EnemyMine:
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ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/IronMan join forces in earnest for the first time since ComicBook/CivilWar.ComicBook/CivilWar, although this is less an EnemyMine and more a sign that ComicBook/TheAvengers are reuniting.
28th Nov '15 4:24:00 PM nombretomado
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The MarvelComics CrisisCrossover from late 2009/early 2010, following Comicbook/CivilWar, SecretInvasion and Comicbook/DarkReign.

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The MarvelComics CrisisCrossover from late 2009/early 2010, following Comicbook/CivilWar, SecretInvasion ComicBook/SecretInvasion and Comicbook/DarkReign.



* DecompressedComic: Subverted. The main event requires no tie-ins and was only four issues long. Reading it feels like sprinting compared to ''SecretInvasion'' and most other Marvel events.

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* DecompressedComic: Subverted. The main event requires no tie-ins and was only four issues long. Reading it feels like sprinting compared to ''SecretInvasion'' ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' and most other Marvel events.
5th Nov '15 8:59:13 AM nombretomado
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* SuicideByCop: [[spoiler: The Void commits suicide by [[TheMightyThor thunder god]].]]

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* SuicideByCop: [[spoiler: The Void commits suicide by [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor thunder god]].]]
5th Nov '15 8:59:04 AM nombretomado
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* MercyKill: [[spoiler: [[TheMightyThor Thor]] to TheSentry]]

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* MercyKill: [[spoiler: [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] to TheSentry]]ComicBook/TheSentry]]
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