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Published May 29, 2020

Look Inside 'Empyre' #0: AVENGERS

Tony Stark’s been having some weird dreams...

Before the debut issue of EMPYRE arrives, two all-new essential one-shots will pave the way to this grand event: EMPYRE #0: AVENGERS and EMPYRE #0: FANTASTIC FOUR! This pair of stories will be written by the architects of EMPYRE themselves, Al Ewing and Dan Slott with art by Pepe Larraz and R.B. Silva.

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In EMPYRE #0: FANTASTIC FOUR, in the most unlikely of places, the Fantastic Four witness the final conflict of the Kree/Skrull War — and the fate of these final warriors will mark a stunning change in the lives of Marvel’s First Family for years to come. All this, and the introduction of a long-hidden Elder of the Universe... the Profiteer!

Meanwhile, over in EMPYRE #0: AVENGERS, Tony Stark wakes up from a strange dream as old allies make a distress call to the Avengers. Over in the new Green Area of the Moon, the Cotati are waiting with news of a terrible enemy that could wipe out both them and humanity itself. The Celestial Messiah has returned... but are the Avengers ready to hear his message?

If you can’t wait to read either of these issues any longer, take a peek inside the pages of EMPYRE #0: AVENGERS before it hits comic stores in June!

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Check out two variant covers for EMPYRE #0: AVENGERS below! 

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Don’t miss the pivotal start to this legendary event at your local comic shop this June in EMPYRE #0: AVENGERS and July for EMPYRE #0: FANTASTIC FOUR!

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