- Without the Eye of Agamotto...we forfeit. ... Everything.
- -- Dr. Strange
Appearing in the 1st StoryEdit
- New Avengers
- Hawkeye (Clint Barton)
- Thing (Ben Grimm)
- Danielle Cage
- Daimon Hellstrom
- Dr. Strange (Stephen Strange)
- Dr. Voodoo (Jericho Drumm)
- Agamotto (Possessing Luke Cage)
Synopsis for the 1st StoryEdit
A demonic force has possessed both Luke Cage and the Eye of Agamotto, making the former a giant. The New Avengers are forced to fight their recently appointed team leader and keep him away from the Eye; Wolverine tosses it out the window, before stabbing both Doctor Strange and Daimon Hellstrom in the chest. The Eye lands in Central Park, where an African-American couple on a picnic find it. They panic when the battle comes to them. Ms. Marvel grabs the eye and flies high into the sky, while the others tackle Cage.
Back at Avengers Mansion, Wolverine is trying to get answers out of the demonic force. Next thing he knows, spiritual energy bursts from both Strange and Hellstrom. Spider-Man, having hurried young Danielle to safety, asks if he had killed them. Wolverine denies it, for he only stabbed them, a little. As they begin arguing, Strange regains consciousness and inhales. Getting up, he compliments Wolverine for his quick thinking, as severe trauma forced the demon to leave them; Wolverine's expression implies he's not. Strange then enacts a healing spell on himself, before using it on Hellstrom. Waking up, the Son of Satan says that whatever possessed them is planning on pulling this dimension apart.
Meanwhile, the New Avengers try getting through to Cage, who tries bargaining for the Eye. However, Ms. Marvel has a better idea: either the demon gives back their leader, or she'll crush the Eye. Enraged, the demon forces Cage back up, throwing off his teammates and snatches Ms. Marvel, who throws the Eye to Iron Fist. A short chase insures, before Iron Fist uses his focused chi to knock his friend on his back again. Unfortunately, the demon has moved on to possess him. The New Avengers, Strange, Hellstrom and the miraculously alive Doctor Voodoo corner him before he can escape. However, Iron Fist disappears in a bright light before anyone could attack. Hellstrom grabs Voodoo by the Cloak of Leviathan, blaming him for allowing the demon to possess the eye. Strange even says that without the Eye, they forfeit -- everything! Soon enough, the sky splits open, as demons rain down on New York City.
- Also includes the third chapter to "Avengers Assemble: The Oral History of the Earth's Mightiest Heroes." Continues in Avengers Vol 4 #3.
All new Marvel magic by Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen! The Avengers don't even get a chance to move in to their new digs when a dimensional invasion tears right into the heart of the team. This is a story that will completely reinvent the rules of magic in the Marvel Universe and have long- lasting effects on a handful of your favorite Marvel characters. Plus: an Avenger disappears! Backup feature: Another brand new oral history of the Avengers chapter by Bendis!
- The Healing spell used by Dr. Strange in this comic is available as a playable Agent Gear in Marvel: Avengers Alliance.
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