Have the Infinity Warps Gone Too Far? Secret Warps Iron Hammer Annual #1 [Preview]

The Infinity Warps are mashups of two Marvel characters, created in order to produce extra tie-in issues for the Infinity Countdown/Infinity Wars super-mega-crossover event. But when the event ended, Marvel decided to keep the ol' Warps around in case they needed them in the future, and with a little Soul Stone shenanigans, the Infinity Warps were tucked away safely… only to return for this Summer's Secret Warps series of annuals.

But the Warps are too popular to be contained within a single Infinity Gem, and now the Soul Stone has shattered…

Have the Infinity Warps Gone Too Far? Secret Warps Iron Hammer Annual #1 [Preview]

And yes, that's right. Now the @#$%ing Infinity Warps are mashups of four characters instead of two. God dammit.

Have the Infinity Warps Gone Too Far? Secret Warps Iron Hammer Annual #1 [Preview]

This has really gone too far.

Have the Infinity Warps Gone Too Far? Secret Warps Iron Hammer Annual #1 [Preview]

But before we get into that, Secret Warps: Iron Hammer Annual #1 wants to take us back to plain old Iron Hammer for a flashback to the seminal story…

Have the Infinity Warps Gone Too Far? Secret Warps Iron Hammer Annual #1 [Preview]

Ok, you know what, we're back on board.

SECRET WARPS IRON HAMMER ANNUAL #1
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(W) Al Ewing, Tini Howard (A) Ario Anandito (A/CA) Carlos E. Gomez
"SECRET WARPS," PART 5 – SECRET WARPS! Whatever has been causing worlds to smash together is out of control…and starts smashing Warp Worlds heroes into one another! As the heroes begin turning into strange new amalgamations, can even Ghost Hammer turn things back to normal? PLUS: A bonus tale of Sigurd Stark battling the twin wolves of addiction and Fenris the god devourer!
Rated T+
In Shops: Jul 31, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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