The mysterious Titannus has been monitoring the Marvel heroes for unknown reason. After the Ringmaster got a hold of a piece of the cosmic cube, Spider-Man and Moon Knight both engaged him in a fight. An explosion was set off by the Ringmaster and nothing was left of our two brave heroes. Last issue, Daredevil and Luke Cage shared a meal and then witness from across town the destruction from the explosion; soon after they went to investigate. Captain America and Wolverine met at a diner and soon heard the explosion. All the heroes converge to find, Spider-Man and Moon Knight okay. The Ringmaster is taken down and all the heroes go their separate ways.
Dr. Strange cries out in pain and after asserts that it is a time for action. Nova and Spider-Man meet up in the middle of the New York skyline. Nova asks Spidey if he wants to take down the Rhino with him. Spidey agrees. Spider-Man directs Nova to push the Rhino off the side of the building. Nova does it and Spider-Man webs a net for Rhino to wait in for the cops to arrive. Dr. Strange arrives in Astral Form and recruits both to go to his home.
She-Hulk and Carol Danvers (Ms. Marvel) play a game of pool. During this game, Dr. Strange appears to them and also tells them to come to his home. Spider-Man , Nova, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel all meet up and await Dr. Strange to return to his body. Suddenly, Bruce Banner appears kneeling in the middle of the floor. Dr. Strange tells the heroes that they are all needed in Japan because a disaster that has taken place in Tokyo.
Dr. Strange transports them to Japan and the heroes are all faced with the destruction. Titannus stands proud to see all the new arrivals. Suddenly Wolverine appears and slashes at Titannus. Titannus quickly punches Wolverine away from him. Next Hulk goes toe to toe with Titannus and loses. The other heroes look on at their fallen ally and stand unsure of what to do.
Since issue one, we have been waiting for Titannus to match up with our heroes. This was a solid way for them to all get together to face this new possible threat. Kirkman's writing is steady in this issue and doesn't get too lengthy. He does a good job at keeping it short and to the point.
This is the story that has been running for almost a year now and is finally going to be wrapped up. Kirkman does a decent job of starting the ball rolling on the ending.