By G. Willow Wilson, Kelly Thompson
Does defeating Antimatter suggest the tip of Singularity? As Singularity faces Antimatter on her personal, ready to sacrifice her personal life, A-Force rallies in the back of her. With Tempest Bell's support, SHE-HULK, CAPTAIN surprise, MEDUSA, and NICO MINORU make a last bid to save lots of Singularity from destruction whereas nonetheless saving the realm from Antimatter's ever-growing chance. yet each motion has a price, and what is going to those activities expense A-Force?
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A-Force 004 by G. Willow Wilson, Kelly Thompson