Descripton: Through fierce idealism in every step of his masterplan, and through his rivalry with another intelligent and vigilant mutant, Magneto assumes more than just power. If these, the fact that he orders Sentinels to do his bidding, and his mutant power to literally bend forces of nature to his will does not explain it, this figurine will. 342 out of 1100 limited pieces.
Descripton: In the fourteen-issue Ultimate Marvel series, a large set of interweaving stories including Magneto, the Sinister Six, the Chitauri, Doctor Doom, and Thanos at the center of the mayhem that called upon the best Marvel has to offer. Some issues from the series were dedicated to Thor - his origins, his initial rejection to help the Ultimates and then inevitably join forces with them. His reluctance to join is lead by his apprehension to help the US government on the premise that they will destroy the world at the cost of spreading Western values. The comic book as a complete work, autographed by writer Jonathan Hicks, is a feat to behold. Quite a lot of forethought and a lot more tedious art have been produced by co-creator and artist Bryan Hitch, whose main challenge of meeting deadlines were redeemed with his acclaimed cinematic compositions across the pages and spreads in this comic book. This issue contains the creators' and Mark Miller’s conception of Thor Odinson’s beginnings in Asgard before his tie-in with the Ultimates.
Descripton: "To Serve and Protect", Part One sees the teaming of the X-Men and Peter Parker (again!) solving crimes in a New York setting. Written by novelist and comic writer Victor Gischler, and penciled by quirky cartoonist Chris Bachalo (creator of Steampunk). This Blank Cover Variant (one of 499) has been remarked with a profile of Magneto and autographed by famed artist Ken Haeser. Rather fitting given Magneto is absent in this issue as is the cover artist from the public eye. 141 out of 499 pieces.
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Descripton: Joe Quesada, a prolific writer and penciler who has worked in both DC and Marvel, teamed up with J. Michael Straczynski on this Spider-Man arc. The cover, featuring Mephisto has been signed and remarked with a Magneto sketch by Ken Haeser. This comic, one of a set of of 499, features the final chapter in the controversial One More Day arc which sees Peter Parker in his final day of pondering whether to accept the Faustian deal.