Uncanny Avengers: Ragnarok Now (Marvel Now) Volume 2

Uncanny Avengers: Ragnarok Now (Marvel Now) Volume 2

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The future begins in the past! It's a clash of the titans in the 11th century, as Thor battles Apocalypse! The Avengers' ancestors are being hunted and only a young Thor can save his future companions! And with Rama-Tut and Kang pulling the strings, you know nothing good can come from any of it. And in the present day, the beginning of the end looms...as the Apocalypse Twins debut! Why do they seek to anger the Celestials? What is their connection to Kang? As S.W.O.R.D.'s Peak station is attacked by Apocalypse's Ship, a Celestial meets a fate so shocking, so impossible, it will rock the Marvel Universe to its core. Now begins Ragnarok...and it's all Thor's fault! COLLECTING: Uncanny Avengers 6-11, 8AU. Also includes exclusive AR video content!show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 175.26 x 264.16 x 10.16mm | 408.23g
  • Marvel Comics
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1
  • 0785168451
  • 9780785168454
  • 170,001

About Rick Remender

Beginning his career in animation working on such films as The Iron Giant, Anastasia and Titan A.E., Rick Remender has become a comic-book triple threat - writing, penciling and inking numerous fan-favorite series. Remender served as writer on hit video games Dead Space and Bulletstorm, while providing art for punk/metal bands like NOFX and 3 Inches of Blood. He's co-created many popular independent titles, including the critically acclaimed Fear Agent with longtime collaborators Tony Moore and Jerome Opena. His time at Marvel started on Punisher and has since led to well-received runs on Uncanny X-Force and Venom. Spanish illustrator Daniel Acuna began his professional career with the publication of the French series Claus and Simon, later reprinted by the popular American magazine Heavy Metal. Acuna then burst on to the American comics scene with DC's Green Lantern and Flash. For Marvel, he has illustrated such popular series as Young X-Men, Eternals, Black Widow, X-Men Legacy, Avengers, New Avengers and Wolverine."show more