The big fight between the Avengers and the X-Men spills into AVX: VS #1 bitting Iron Man against Magneto and The Thing taking on Namor.  Marvel released a sneak peek for you to check out.

AVX: VS #1 (FEB120531)
Variant Cover by STUART IMMONEN
From acclaimed creative teams, Jason Aaron & Adam Kubert and Kathryn & Stuart Immonen; catch the cover to cover battles – featuring pulse-pounding action as Iron Man faces off against Magneto & Thing takes on Namor! Don’t miss out on all the action in AVX VS #1.

AVX: VS #1 arrives April 25, 2012, and features a $3.99 cover price.

via Marvel

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  1. Oldcomicfan
    March 26, 2012 at 2:19 pm — Reply

    The art is awesome – and did I just seen Namor punch Ben Grimm though the SHIELD helicarrier???
    That said, perhaps I am a victim of having read comics for over 40 years, but everytime X publisher and/or X publisher does a team-up or crossover book, it’s always the same dang thing. Hero X and Hero Y meet and for some reason that is either inexplicable or so thinly plotted you can see through it easier than something bought at Victoria’s Secret, Hero X and Hero Y start beating the bejeezus out of each other. In the last act, Hero X and Hero Y join hands to either sing Kumbiya or beat the bejeezus out of the real villain. Hero X and Hero Y then shake hands and part ways and both the reason they started beating the crap out of each other, or the reason they had to team up to beat the villain are never referred to again in continuity. This seems like that scenario writ large: “Instead of Hulk vs. Iron Man, let’d do team vs. team! Yeah! We can milk this cash cow for six months or more before we actually have to think a something like an actual good story for our books! Excellsior!” Love the art, hate the premise, I will give it a pass.

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