Security #1 "Big Trouble for a Little Planet! Illegal
Aliens" Writer: Kurt Buseik
"Big Trouble for a Little Planet! Illegal Aliens"
Writer: Kurt Buseik
Original Price: $2.99
History Behind Issue: Continues from Maximum Security: Dangerous Artifacts #1.
Marvel’s massive line-wide cosmic crossover begins! A worldwide rash of alien menaces spreads, threatening to overrun humanity—not to mention Earth’s superhuman community! And as if dealing with the U.S.Agent in his new role as a federal "superhuman sheriff" wasn’t enough, the Avengers face a bigger problem in the person of Ronan the Accuser—who declares that, now and forevermore, Earth shall be a prison planet for the universe’s worst criminals!
Short Plot Synopsis written by Marvelite:
The story begins with USAgent going after a wanted super villain. After he defeats the criminal, he notices an innocent bystander who was knocked out transform into an alien later identified as one of the alien Blood Brothers. At the S.T.A.R.S. headquarters they view reports of aliens spotted all over the world. USAgent asks Reptyl, an alien in one of their holding centers, what's going on. He says that the aliens had been sentenced there. S.T.A.R.S. decides to ask the Avengers for help, which does not please USAgent, a former member.
The Avengers are watching reports from around the world as well, when USAgent buts into their conference room, claiming authority over the project since it is a federal situation. The Avengers insist they're independent though. Goliath then contacts the Avengers and tells them he found a large spacecraft of some sort that is cloaked and in the lower mesosphere. They board the Qunijet, with USAgent tagging along - hard feelings are evident prevalent between him and the Avengers.
As the Quinjet approaches the spacecraft, it is destroyed with all the Avengers beamed into the ship. There, they find many aliens of different races including Ronan the Accuser. Ronan explains that the Intergalactic Race has declared earth a prison world for alien criminals, in a way to take care of both them and earth. He then has them transported back to earth. Wasp tries to organize the Avengers, when USAgent again tries to take leadership of the situation, saying the Avengers have a history of being too compassionate for their enemies. Suddenly, a report comes in of a baby born with deformities that is continuing to grow over the entire town it was born. They discover it is Ego being reborn on Earth and that the planet will be absorbed into Ego within a week.To Be Continued…
Review by Marvelite: This was another exciting issue with a very awesome ending! The character of USAgent seems too much of a jerk for me, though, but perhaps that was the plan. My biggest disappointment is that there is no Silver Surfer, but with Iron Man #35 and Maximum Security #2 he is brought back into the story.
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