Marvel has released the cover to New Avengers #25, that features Iron Fist dealing with the Phoenix Force.

NEW AVENGERS #25
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art & Cover by MIKE DEODATO
Iron Fist learns that he has a shocking connection to the all-powerful embodiment of rebirth and destruction! But what does that mean for his team? Find out in New Avengers #25 from the blockbuster creative team of Brian Michael Bendis & Mike Deodato, available in comic shops worldwide and on the Marvel Comics app this April!

via Marvel

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8 Comments

  1. LemmyCaution
    January 18, 2012 at 12:38 pm — Reply

    Matthew might want to reserve judgement until the issue comes out, but I would LOVE to hear his preliminary thoughts on this one!! Since DC got the top story in this week’s podcast, maybe AvX will get some “love” (heh heh) on the weekend show.

    • LemmyCaution
      January 18, 2012 at 12:41 pm — Reply

      Just to clarify, by love (heh heh) I don’t mean some stupid double entendre. I mean that I doubt MP is gonna be kind about the whole AvX thing. But mileage varies… right??

  2. Michael
    January 18, 2012 at 2:28 pm — Reply

    Is everyone gonna get Phonixised like the Captain Universe Craze? And why ARE the Avengers going after the X-men (at least Cyclops’ side)? Doesn’t the Phoenix Force like to settle in telepaths who have a romantic connection with Scott?

    • Michael
      January 18, 2012 at 7:29 pm — Reply

      Just a follow up but I can NOT wait for Squirrel Girl to become Squirrel Phoenix!

      • ~wyntermute~
        January 19, 2012 at 1:22 am — Reply

        I think it’d be “Phoenix Squirrel”, maybe? ^_^

        • LemmyCaution
          January 19, 2012 at 3:12 am — Reply

          Phoenix Tippy-Toe!

          • Michael
            January 19, 2012 at 6:46 am — Reply

            In any case the form of the fiery bird shall be replaced by that of a fiery squirrel.

  3. Beav
    January 19, 2012 at 5:04 am — Reply

    Having been a LOYAL Marvel fan for over 30 years and despising DC, I have to say that ever since the mediocre Secret Invasion I have not enjoyed one marvel book. All the marvel books have seem tired, rehashing old ideas and introducing offspring to every established character (hulk, wolverine etc) thus ruining the characters uniqueness or making once powerful characters D rate (Could Iron Fist have got anywhere NEAR the phoenix in the original Dark Phoenix saga??). Killing off different characters onlt to reintroduce them 6 months later. Even the once s**t hot Brian Bendis and Ed Brubaker seem to have lost their way. Maybe its because Marvel are concentrating more on the movies that dominate cinema and neglecting their comics…I dont know! Over the past 3 years I’ve started to read DC comics and it took a lot, trying to take in 80 years continuity and discover which were the ‘big’ events. I was initiallty against the new 52 reboot but this is exactly what Marvel needs to do now. One big reboot, sorry Marvel but after 30 years, for the time being at least…make mine DC!!

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