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Published January 25, 2019

This Week in Marvel Welcomes Back the Invaders

Plus: Ryan chats with former pro-wrestler Taz!

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In honor of its 80th Anniversary, Marvel Comics is looking to the past for one of its newest books: INVADERS #1, written by Chip Zdarsky with art by Butch Guice and Carl Magno, went on sale last week, and This Week in Marvel has all the information you need about one of the oldest super teams in the Marvel Universe! Tune in to this week's episode to hear co-hosts Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and Jamie Frevele talk about the history behind the Invaders!

Plus: Ryan had a great talk with former pro-wrestler Taz, aka the Human Suplex Machine! Watch the video above for that interview.

Question of the Week: If you could be any of the secondary Invaders characters, who would you be?

Give us your answers on Twitter using the hashtag #ThisWeekInMarvel or stop by the TWIM Facebook page! You can also email the show at twimpodcast@marvel.com!

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