Series: Avengers: Time Runs Out

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Avengers: Time Runs Out, Vol. 1 by Jonathan HickmanVolume 1
Avengers: Time Runs Out, Vol. 2 by Jonathan HickmanVolume 2
Avengers: Time Runs Out, Vol. 3 by Jonathan HickmanVolume 3
Avengers: Time Runs Out, Vol. 4 by Jonathan HickmanVolume 4

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  1. Original Sin by Jason Aaron (2014)
  2. New Avengers, Vol. 4: A Perfect World by Jonathan Hickman (2014)
  3. Uncanny Avengers, Vol. 4: Avenge The Earth by Rick Remender (2014)
  4. Avengers, Vol. 6: Infinite Avengers by Jonathan Hickman (2014)
  5. Avengers Vs X-Men: Consequences by Kieron Gillen (2013)
  6. Civil War: Fantastic Four by J. Michael Straczynski (2010)
  7. Secret Avengers, Vol. 1: Mission to Mars by Ed Brubaker (2011)
  8. Fear Itself: Secret Avengers by Nick Spencer (2012)
  9. Age of Ultron [Paperback Collection] by Brian Michael Bendis (2013)
  10. Fear Itself: Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis (2012)
  11. Marvel Universe: The End by Jim Starlin (2003)
  12. All-New X-Men, Vol. 6: The Ultimate Adventure by Brian Michael Bendis (2015)
  13. Avengers World Volume 2: Ascension by Nick Spencer (2014)
  14. Avengers Assemble: The Forgeries of Jealousy (Marvel Now) by Kelly Sue Deconnick (2014)
  15. Mighty Avengers Volume 1: No Single Hero by Al Ewing (2014)

Series description

For Earth's Mightiest Heroes and the Illuminati, it has all been building to this. After two years of carefully crafting his cataclysmic saga, writer Jonathan Hickman jumps ahead eight months to the grand finale, the honest-to-goodness immediate future of the Marvel Universe -- and the day of the Final Incursion! After the events of ORIGINAL SIN -- and the revelation of the Illuminati's desperate, world-destroying actions -- much has changed for the Avengers. What has become of Earth's Mightiest Heroes during the past eight months? Who comprises the new Cabal? And have all the battles they've endured, and the sacrifices they've made, prepared either group for the inevitable moment where time runs out for everybody?

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