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Quote1 The X-Men have amassed an army. Apocalypse has risen. Their fury at a fervor. War will soon be upon us. Quote2
--Captain America

Appearing in "Inversion: Chapter 1 - Altered Beast"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #4.

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Synopsis for "Inversion: Chapter 1 - Altered Beast"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #4.

S.H.I.E.L.D. has gathered Captain America to discuss what was going to be of the Red Skull, now that the Stark Sentinels had been dismantled and the concentration camps torn down. Nick Fury Jr. tried to convince Sam to hand him over, but under the influence of the inversion spell, Wilson was violent and punched him before leaving. Meanwhile in Brooklyn, a family held hostage was saved from the Squid by the now-heroic Carnage. Spider-Man arrived to the scene shortly after Cletus had left, and to his surprise, found the family unharmed, as well as the villain. In San Francisco, Iron Man arrived to the Giants Stadium where he presented his new digital version of the Extremis, free for every citizen of the city to achieve perfection. Matt Murdock was among the crowd, and noticed something was off with Tony, who also started drinking once more. At the Jean Grey School, the X-Men are revealing the unification of mutants as they also revealed their new agenda of no longer wanting co-existence between humans and mutants, but to stand above them, with the help of Evan Sabahnur, who had become Apocalypse due to the inversion. Back to the Avengers Tower, Captain America informed the team about the current whereabouts of the X-Men when they decided they should kill the Red Skull, and any opportunity of Charles Xavier still being alive inside him with him, in response to the mutant's claims. Both the Hulk and Jarvis tried to stop them, but were ignored and attacked. This caused a new persona to surface in Hulk called Kluh, who proceeded to attack the Avengers before fleeing the Tower stating his desire to cause destruction. After deciding that Kluh was not their problem as long as he didn't stand in their way, the Avengers opened the Red Skull's cell only to find that it was empty.

Appearing in "Inversion: Chapter 2 - Something Clearly Went Wrong"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #5.

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Synopsis for "Inversion: Chapter 2 - Something Clearly Went Wrong"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #5.

Spider-Man hazes Nova on the way to an Avengers assembly, which is brought to a halt when the Unity Division arrives. As Sam Wilson accuses one of the attendees of jailbreaking the Red Skull, Spider-Man's Spider-Sense goes off and he tackles Nova out the window just as all the Avengers vanish, having been shrunk with Pym Particles and imprisoned in Hank Pym's ant farm. Spider-Man instructs Nova to fly them to safety, but they are attacked by Queen Medusa and Captain America. Magneto rescues them and tells them that he is on their side. At the Avengers Tower Luke Cage motions that the Unity Division move against the X-Men and Inhumans, outraging Medusa, but the argument is interrupted by Captain America's return. Having no further use for her former allies, Scarlet Witch leaves to seek revenge on her father. Magneto takes Nova and Spider-Man to Steve Rogers, explaining that the Inversion spell affected not only the Unity Division of the Avengers, but the X-Men as well. Rogers calls up footage of a rampaging Kluh near Sam Alexander's hometown, and Nova departs to fight the "Hulk's Hulk". At the Avenger's Tower, Captain America muses over the future of the world to Wasp, who he has hooked up to a machine that extracts her Pym Particles, and states that the world needs a tyrant and that he is the best candidate. The X-Men, led by the new Apocalypse, arrive and attack Avenger's Tower looking for the Red Skull, and when they find he is gone they brutally beat Wilson, proclaiming their intent to conquer New York and issuing an ultimatum that all humans be evacuated within three hours or perish.

Appearing in "Fa$t Money"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #2.

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Synopsis for "Fa$t Money"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #2.



Appearing in "The Avengers/Avengers War"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #3.

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Synopsis for "The Avengers/Avengers War"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #3.



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