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We continue our journey through Marvel’s Fall of X with four new reviews: Uncanny Avengers #1, Alpha Flight #1, Dark X-Men #1, and X-Men Red #14. Steve Rogers reunites the Avengers Unity Squad, but who is the new Captain Krakoa? Alpha Flight faces a schism up North… Or do they? Madelyn Pryor and Havok form their own Dark X-Men, with devastating consequences. And meanwhile, there’s a war on Mars. Plus, we discuss what’s next in the Fall of X reading order.
Uncanny Avengers #1 Synopsis:
Here’s the official synopsis for Uncanny Avengers #1, via Marvel:
The FALL OF X calls for the return of the Avengers’ Unity Squad! Innocent people and world leaders are dead after simultaneous attacks on the U.S. and Krakoan governments, and that means one thing: It’s time for a new squad of Avengers. False-flag attacks meant to whip up anti-mutant hysteria are unfolding, and hey, some of Steve Rogers’ best friends are mutants. Your new unity squad is: Captain America, Rogue, Deadpool, Quicksilver, Psylocke and Monet. They must solve the mystery of who the new, murderous Captain Krakoa is – and stop his team of killers from igniting the fires of a new world war. PLUS: A bonus page written by Jonathan Hickman – WHO ARE THE G.O.D.S.?