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SIEGE BLOCKBUSTER TIE-IN!! The staggering conclusion to the SIEGE arc delves into the Hood’s secret relationship with Norman Osborn and how it will affect the stunning outcome. Plus the fate of the one they call Mockingbird! What you don’t see in SIEGE, you will see here!!

WRITER: Brian Michael Bendis
PENCILS: Mike Mckone
INKS: Ron McCain
COLORED BY: Dave Lanphear
COVER BY: Stuart Immonen

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  1. damn, this whole week seems like a "oh yeah forgot about that book" kinda week.

  2. That is one weird looking cap on that cover


  3. Captain Fatneck! — I-I mean America!

  4. He looks like he just stuffed himself silly with pastries of all kinds and then looked right at the sun

  5. Cap is a stress eater. What can he say? Being lost in time calls for a double helping of double-stuffed Oreos.

  6. This the last issue?

  7. @Mikeandzon21 – i believe so.

  8. Yeah, yeah. end it already. the title’s been medicore for years now. bring on some new stuff

  9. Naw, there is a New Avengers finale issue.

  10. @edward — bring on some new stuff, like ‘New Avengers’ #1, staring mostly the same team?

  11. @ctrosejr: yes.

  12. this is like a Marvel binge week for me

  13. it looks like a Marvel binge week for Cap too. "Don’t take any of me from below!"

  14. So that’s where Digger’s chubness went…

  15. Cap looks so sleepy on that cover.

  16. "I gets so sleepy when I have my num nums."

     I’m sorry, but the more I look at the Cap image the more it makes me laugh.

  17. That’ll probably be the cover they choose for the trade.

  18. The cover is weird because its clearly steve with the blue eyes and blonde eyebrows but he’s wearing bucky’s sleek costume….well whatever

  19. This issue made me glad I decided to not pre-order Avengers next month.  I jumped on at the beginning of Siege, and so far every issue has felt like filler.

  20. This issue was bad enough to make me consider pulling out all of my New Avengers in recent history and selling them. I’m so tired of event-filler books. And of a supposedly dead Mockingbird suddenly appearing out from under the rubble and looking fine for no clear reason.

  21. Not bad, but not all that great.  I didn’t think that the story was bad, but I just am not that big a fan of the characters featured.

    In short, I agree with those above who saw this as filler.

  22. I really hate to talk bad about someone’s work. so Mike Mckone if you are reading this, its me not you. I just don’t really dig the style. This and the Immonen art before it just kinda put me off of New Avengers. I also think just in general the book has just been limping to the finish line.

  23. Bloody awful comic. Only thing you need to know is that the heroes are now powered-up by the Norn stones. And the only way we know that is because the Hood told us. There’s artwork showing the heroes being powered-up by Loki, but I sure didn’t figure it out till the Hood told us.

  24. wow, so I’m guessing that was not supposed to be a spoiler had Siege #4 been out on it’s original solicit date.

  25. @abirdseyeview  I really don’t know what was spoiled here. We now the good guys prevailed but I’m pretty sure all the Heroic Age ads let us know that months ago. We stil don’t know the final fate of Norman or the Sentry

  26. what was spoiled was that Loki gives up on Norman and the Hood and powers up the heroes with the Norn Stones so they can defeat Sentry.  I’m guessing that character switch was meant to be shown in the main book first.  true, there are still other things to find out and I am still looking forward to reading Siege #4.

  27. As much as i like surprises, it’s rare in comics these days. Especially with big universe wide events like this. It’s actually pretty impressive it doesn’t/hasn’t happen more really.

  28. I guess I have to read this again. I didn’t get the part about Loki powering up the heroes with the born stones.

  29. This issue was not good and not bad just an average read.  Though it really should have been more about the New Avengers since it’s almost the last issue before the new launch.  The last few pages seemed like a "oh wait I haven’t put anything about the New Avengers in the New Avengers…"

  30. This title has really suffered from being tied into Bendis’s big events. I have read every issue of his run, in tandem with the events and other avengers titles, and I still feel like there is no coherent story or logic to the plot. This issue made me concerned for what the Avengers will be like coming up. The art really fell short here too, especially when it came to the Hood’s men being depowered.

  31. … should have renamed this the hood and his amazing friends

  32. So Hood and crazy masked chick bump into Ronin and Mockingbird in the rubble, but they don’t tussle? What’s up with that?

  33. Whitney? Bobbi?


    Hell to the no!

  34. I waited to read Siege #4 before I read this or Might #36.  So glad I did.  This story would have been so weak and disjointed as a stand alone. 

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