Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Uncanny Avengers #3, that you can check out, after the jump.

Art & Cover by JOHN CASSADAY
Just as the Red Skull uses his new powers to incite violence against mutants across the globe, the Scarlet Witch and Rogue make a terrible discovery that will haunt him forever! Can the Uncanny Avengers stop the Skull AND his feared S-Men in time?

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Uncanny Avengers #3 arrives in stores on January 23, 2013.

via Marvel



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  1. I have the feeling this series could be really good if it didn’t involve Red Skull grafting Professor X’s brain to his own, wasn’t written by Remender and was drawn by Cassaday.

      • Sorry. Should have been ‘wasn’t’ drawn by Cassaday.

        I really enjoyed his work on Astonishing X-Men when Whedon was writing it, but his art has put me completely off this book.


    Aren’t we already doing the “villian using the brain of the hero” thing over in Spider-man #700? Yeah, I know that’s a “face” turn for the villian but are we not overdoing the brain/powers/dead hero thing here just a bit?

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