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** /Avengers vs. X-Men/ **
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/Avengers vs. X-Men/
Cover of /Avengers vs. X-Men/ #1 (April 2012). Art by Jim Cheung.
Publisher Marvel Comics
Genre · Superhero
Publication date April â October 2012
Main character(s) Avengers
Writer(s) Brian Michael Bendis
Artist(s) John Romita, Jr.
/*Avengers vs. X-Men*/ (abbreviated /*AvX*/) is a 2012 crossover event that
was featured in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The event,
consisting of an eponymous limited series and numerous tie-in books,
involves the return of the Phoenix Force and the subsequent war between the
Avengers and the X-Men. The 12-issue twice-monthly series was first
published in April 2012, and features a storyline by Jason Aaron, Brian
Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Jonathan Hickman and Matt Fraction, with a
rotating team of artists including John Romita, Jr., Olivier Coipel and
The event was preceded by the four-issue limited series /Avengers:
X-Sanction/ by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness and /Avengers vs. X-Men #0/.
/Avengers vs. X-Men/ also ties into the limited series /AVX: VS/, described
as "the fight book" which expands upon many of the one-on-one battles
featured in the main series, the digital series; /Avengers vs. X-Men:
Infinite/, and into a number of ongoing series including /Avengers/,
/Avengers Academy/, /New Avengers/, /Secret Avengers/, /Uncanny X-Men/,
/Wolverine and the X-Men/ and /X-Men: Legacy/. The event was succeeded by
the limited series /AvX: Consequences/.
Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, /Avengers vs. X-Men/ was a
commercial success that topped the comic-book sales charts from April to
October 2012. The repercussions of
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