Real Name: Nyx
goddess (possibly the Pre-Cataclysmic
era to the modern era)
Group Membership: Formerly Olympian gods (Greek
Apollo, Apate, Artemis,
Parthenos, Dolos, Hermes/Hermes
Diaktoros, Hypnos, Oizys, Poseidon, Zeus/Zeus
Affiliations: Euphoria, her children (Apate,
Dolos, Hypnos, Oizys);
Enemies: The Avengers (Hawkeye/Clint
Barton, Hercules/Heracles, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff,
Spectrum/Monica Rambeau, Vision/"Victor
Shade"), Conan the Barbarian, Hulk (Bruce Banner), the Olympians (Greek
Artemis, Athena, Hermes, Poseidon, Zeus, others), Rocket Raccoon,
(Va Nee Gast)
Known Relatives: Ophion (alleged father), Eurynome (alleged mother), Erebus (ex-husband/brother),
Aether, Charon, Dolos, Eosphoros, Epaphos, Epiales, Epiphron, Eros, Geres,
Horcos, Hypnos, Lysimeles, Mache, Momus, Moros, Phaethon, Phainon, Phoros, Ponos, Porphyrion, Pyroeis, Somnia, Stilbon, Thanatis
(sons), Ataros (possible son), Algea, Amphillogea, Androctasia, Apate, Ate, Atropos, Clotho, Dysnomia, Eleos, Eos-Hemera, Eris,
Euphrosyne, Hemera, Hesperides, Hybris, Keres, Lakhesis, Lethe, Limos, Neicea, Nemesis, Oizys, Philots, Pseudea,
Sophrosyne, Styx, Thalassa, Usmine (daughters), Alecto, Hecate, Megaera, Tisiphone (alleged daughters), Ouranous (alleged grandfather, deceased),
(alleged grandmother), Pak-Man (possible grandson)
Aliases: "The Dark Queen," "Demon of the Dark," "Mother Night," "the Night Queen," "Night Witch," Nox (Roman name), "the Queen of Night," "Wench"
Base of Operations: Olympus
First Appearance: Avengers: No Road Home#1
Powers/Abilities: Nyx was an Olympian goddess
with the physical attributes of a typical Olympian, including
superhuman strength, durability, immunity to Earthly disease and a
halted aging process. In addition to these abilities, Nyx had
superhuman agility, allowing her to dodge multiple attacks at once, and
she had clawed fingertips capable of rending evenly godlike flesh such
as that of Hercules.
Nyx's soul housed darkness itself, which she could
manipulate for a variety of effects including intangibility by blending
into shadows or forming simple shapes such as strangling tendrils or
shields capable of blocking even solar radiation. She could also
"infect" other beings with her darkness, blinding the victim to all by
Nyx's own power and allowing Nyx to see through the victim's eyes.
Nyx could telepathically sense and communicate with her own offspring and was capable of complete disintegration of other being when angered. Whether or not she could accomplish the disintegration of other beings when not enraged remains to be seen.
At full power, Nyx could manipulate darkness itself on a higher magnitude, creating shapes resembling living beings, and she could generate portals allowing for teleportation through space and time. She could also project energy blasts capable of leveling forests and alter her size at will (though it was unclear if the size alteration ability was a product of her own power or if she only had this ability when combining her power with that of the House of Ideas).
According to Greek myth, Nyx could also alter her
form to some degree, occasionally appearing in a black-winged form. She
was also reportedly able to bear children without laying with anyone.
History: (Greek Myth)
- Nyx was
one of the most ancient of the Olympian gods, having born
before the Hyborian Age, reportedly the daughter of Chaos; however, later myths
claimed she was born from the Titan Ophion and the ocean-goddess
(Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - Nyx
was born into complete darkness and pure emptiness. Over time, light
was created and Nyx shared the world alongside Zeus, who could not
stand to be alone with her in the darkness. Eventually, the realm of
Olympus came about, as did the other Olympian gods, and Nyx scoffed at
all of their pageantry and pettiness over the centuries.
Myth) - Nyx became the wife of Erebus, the personification of darkness.
(Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - After witnessing the other gods having children and becoming happy, Nyx became curious if she could ever feel such joy. After dreaming of darkness, Nyx gave birth three days later to her son Hypnos, who became the god of sleep.
Myth) - Nyx (appearing in a black-winged form) and Erebus gave birth (via Nyx laying eggs) to other abstract gods of the
Greeks such as Keres (the
god of punishment), Momus (the god of ridicule), Charon (the
ferryman-god) and the golden-winged first Eros, mentor to Cupid, the son of
(Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - Nyx
witnessed Hypnos training in combat under Ares, god of war, noticing
that Hypnos seemed to have a hard time fitting in amongst the
Olympians, much like herself.
(Greek Myth) - Nyx was also rumored as being the grandmother of Gaea, Mother Earth, through Aether and Hemera, but this was obviously erroneous. While accounts vary, Nyx was rumored to have sired several other minor gods and goddesses with Erebus, including Aether (upper sky), the Astra, Eos-Hemera, Thanatis (death), Ate (ruin), Moros (doom), Keres (fate), Momus (blame), Nemesis (revenge), Philots (friendship), Geres (age), Eris (strife), Ponos (toil), Lethe (forgetfulness), Limos (famine), Algea (sorrow), Usmine (combat), Mache (battle), Phoros (murder), Androctasia (manslaughter), Neicea (quarrel), Pseudea (lies), Amphillogea (dispute), Dysnomia (lawlessness), Horcos (oath) and Thalass (seas), though some other rumors state Nyx's own daughter Eris as the mother of some of those. She also birthed Hemera with the god Khronos and while some reports state Nyx was the mother of the Furies Alecto, Megaera and Tisiphone, the Furies were also reported to be the daughters of Gaea herself. Nyx eventually became known as a subduer of gods and men, prompting even Zeus to be in awe of her power. Prior the Trojan War, when Nyx rescued her son Hypnos from being sunk in the sea by Zeus for aiding Hera against Hercules, the angry Zeus ultimately allowed Nyx's actions, not wishing to do anything to anger the powerful Nyx.
(Avengers: No Road Home#4
(fb)/Avengers: No Road Home#9 (fb)) - As
the centuries passed, the Olympians were interpreted as heroes, making
Nyx wonder what that made her and her family in the eyes of man. As the
Olympians became more powerful from their followers, Nyx began to
become more and more angry, feeling as if the other Olympians never
truly wanted her around and that the Olympians feared her darkness.
Suffering another dream while her mind was filled with feelings of
betrayal, Nyx soon gave birth to the twins Apate and Dolos,
representing deceit and trickery. Eventually, Nyx and her children
Hypnos, Apate and Dolos attacked the other Olympians in a battle of
darkness vs. light but they were defeated by Zeus and the other
Olympians. As punishment, Zeus reached into Nyx's very soul and
solidified it into a shard-like form, shattering it into fragments to
reduce Nyx's power.
(Avengers: No Road Home#2 (fb) - BTS/Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - Zeus then exiled Nyx and the children who had allied with her until the sun was parted from the Earth, taking the dark shards of her soul and hiding them away.
(Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) -
While in exile, Nyx howled in despair and suffered horrible nightmares,
soon birthing another child, the snake-like Oizys, a physical
manifestation of Nyx's own misery and hate.
(Avengers: No Road Home#1 (fb) - BTS) - While Nyx remained in exile, Zeus told stories of Nyx and the power she possessed and the Olympian gods took to not even mentioning Nyx by name, instead referring to her as "the Queen of Night."
(Greek myth) - Over time, Nyx began to be invoked in rituals performed by witches as a patron diety.
(Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - Her desire for revenge against the Olympians growing with each passing moment, Nyx and her family were ultimately freed when a game between the Elders of the Universe Grandmaster and Challenger took the Earth from its orbit around the sun, nullifying Zeus' decree of exile.
(Avengers: No Road Home#1 (fb) - BTS/Avengers: No
Road Home#2 (fb)/Avengers: No Road Home#4 (fb)) - Nyx appeared on
Mount Olympus with her children Apate, Dolos, Hypnos and Oizys and
demanded to know if the Olympians remembered her name. Announcing that
Zeus had sent her to rot until the sun parted from the Earth and that
she had been freed when the sun was taken from the sky, Nyx proclaimed
that she was now free to sun what the Olympians had been doing and that
the Olympians were merely reveling in past glories unworshipped and
too weak to resist true death. Shocked to see Nyx freed, Zeus sent
Hermes to summon Hercules but Hermes was killed by Nyx's son Hypnos and
when Apollo attempted a sneak attack on Nyx, she strangled him with
darkness tendrils, prompting a raging Zeus to proclaim Nyx a demon and
announce that she would die for her murders. Nyx calmly questioned
Zeus' accusations of her being a demon, reminding him that she had once
given Zeus all she had in the unknowable night but that the Olympians
had wasted her gifts. Grabbing Zeus, Nyx allowed her offspring Oizys to
affect Zeus with intense feelings of grief and misery before demanding
to know where Zeus had placed the night shards he had taken from her
soul when she was exiled. Stricken by Oizys' misery powers, Zeus
mumbled clues to the locations of three of the shards before refusing
to give up any more information and announcing that Hercules and his
Avengers allies would stop her, prompting an impatient Nyx to snap
Zeus' neck, remarking that the light would no longer belong to Zeus.
Gathering her children together, Nyx then announced that the gods were
no more and that she planned to acquire the dark shards of her missing
power in order to wipe the world clean and start anew. Nyx then assumed
the throne of Zeus and proclaimed it time for the night to fall,
unaware that the Elder of the Universe Voyager had witnessed Nyx's
murders and had begun assembling a squad of Avengers to stop Nyx.
(Avengers: No Road Home#1) - The Avengers (with their
allies Voyager, Rocket Raccoon and Hulk) arrived in Olympus to find the
slaughtered gods and goddesses and the dying Athena informed Hercules
that the Queen of Night had killed them all. Curious about who the
Queen of Night might be, Scarlet Witch remarked that Athena could have
been referencing Nyx, who was immediately drawn to the Scarlet Witch.
Nyx quickly infected Scarlet Witch with her darkness by reaching
through Scarlet Witch's head and remarking that the Scarlet Witch
should have never said Nyx's name.
(Avengers: No Road Home#3 (fb) - BTS) - After Nyx
struck Scarlet Witch's eyes, Scarlet Witch's vision went dark.
(Avengers: No Road Home#2) - Nyx then tossed Scarlet Witch to the ground, gloating that she had expected more of the Avengers. Hawkeye immediately hit Nyx with a slew of explosive arrows and the Avengers jumped into battle against Nyx, who easily dodged all attacks. Engaging Hercules to see the prowess Zeus had bragged about, Nyx easily swatted Hercules aside, remarking on how she had thought he might provide an entertaining battle since she was at her lowest power without her darkness shards. Hulk followed up by holding Nyx to allow for Rocket Raccoon to blast her but Nyx transformed into a shadow and easily escaped Hulk's grasp, causing Rocket to accidentally blast the Hulk instead as Nyx bragged about how she could not be held before slicing Hulk's back with her claws. Nyx then gloated about she had expected heroes to come to thwart her and how she could have left the battle to her children, prompting Voyager to teleport next to Nyx and punch her. Nyx responded by scraping Voyager's face with her claws and continued to dodge the attacks of both Hawkeye and Vision. Vision then released Spectrum, who had been hiding within Vision's body in the form of electrical energy, temporarily blinding Nyx long enough for Vision to blast her and Hercules to get in a damaging punch that drew blood. Wiping the blood from face, Nyx goaded Hercules into further attack but Voyager soon realized Nyx was merely distracting the Avengers while her children had been sent to retrieve the dark shards. Sensing the shards' locations, Voyager teleported each of the Avengers and their allies away to stop Nyx's children while Nyx herself turned to face Voyager, admitting that Voyager's powers intrigued her. Realizing Voyager was a finder of things, Nyx had Oizys use its powers on Voyager.
(Avengers: No Road Home#3 - BTS) - Emerging from Voyager's portals, Scarlet Witch, Spectrum, Hercules and Vision tried to discern where they had been sent and when Spectrum asked about how Scarlet Witch was doing, Scarlet Witch replied that she was still blind and how everything had went dark after Nyx struck her eyes. The foursome soon realized they were in Omnipotence City and Scarlet Witch quickly managed to see only a glowing bright object far off, prompting the Avengers to investigate and Hercules to declare that once the Avengers had found the object Scarlet Witch was seeing, he would visit his wrath upon Nyx and her children. Visiting the Lord High Librarian within Omnipotence City, the Avengers learned that the Lord High Librarian was aware of Nyx and that she was coming for the dark shards from her soul, one of which was hidden by the Lord High Librarian himself. Hercules then questioned whether the Lord High Librarian could stop Nyx if she came for the dark shard he had hidden, suggesting the Lord High Librarian recruit some of the immortals present within Omnipotence City, but the Lord High Librarian reminded Hercules that the gods there tended to not involve themselves in such affairs. Hercules quickly argued that Nyx threatened all reality but the Lord High Librarian insisted his hands were tied until Scarlet Witch saw the dark shard as the glowing object she had earlier seen around the Librarian's neck. When Nyx's children Apate and Dolos arrived to acquire the shard, the Avengers realized Nyx had not truly blinded Scarlet Witch but rather, had turned Scarlet Witch into a living pair of eyes for her to locate the missing dark shards.
(Avengers: No Road Home#4) - While Hypnos led an army of sleepers against the demon Nightmare's realm in order to gain the dark shard there in Nyx's name, Nyx herself confronted the Avengers Hercules, Spectrum, Scarlet Witch and Vision, having tracked Scarlet Witch using the bit of her power she had endowed into Scarlet Witch's eyes and having used Voyager to teleport. Joining the battle against the Avengers with her children Apate and Dolos, Nyx easily incapacitated Hercules and Scarlet Witch, proclaiming them to be no threats at all before reaching into the heart of the Lord High Librarian and claiming the dark shard he guarded. When Nyx touched the shard, Hypnos immediately sensed that Nyx had acquired one of the shard and announced his plans to acquire a second for her.
(Avengers: No Road Home#5) - Nyx held aloft the dark shard she had acquired as Hercules promised to kill Nyx and avenge the fallen Olympians. Nyx soon realized she did not how to access her former power trapped within the dark shard while Hypnos retrieved the shard from Nightmare's realm, only to call out to Nyx when the Hulk gave chase. As Nyx pondered how to access her power, Scarlet Witch managed to use Spectrum to trace sigils to counter Nyx's spells before releasing Spectrum in energy form at Nyx, telling the other Avengers to focus on Nyx's children. Nyx ordered her children to kill the Avengers and as the battle progressed, Scarlet Witch was able to cast a spell that caused the distracted Nyx to drop the dark shard. Scarlet Witch then absconded with the shard, aided by a recovering Voyager, but Nyx had Voyager restrained by Oizys before telepathically reaching out to Hypnos for assistance, only to telepathically experience Hypnos' death at the hands of the Hulk within Nightmare's realm. Lashing out at the Avengers in anger, Nyx exclaimed that she had been merciful before and she seemingly disintegrated Hercules and Vision while Scarlet Witch was transported into the Hyborian era of Earth's past by Voyager's portal.
(Avengers: No Road Home#7 (fb)) - Unaware that she
had been tricked by Spectrum's light-based holographic powers, Nyx had
actually disintegrated her own children Apate and Dolos, who had been
holographically altered to resemble Hercules and Vision by Spectrum.
(Avengers: No Road Home#6) - While in the Hyborian era, Scarlet Witch suffered nightmares of Nyx's destruction of Hercules and Vision. Eventually, Scarlet Witch, aided by the Hyborian era's Conan the Barbarian, discovered the Crow Cult, who was attempting to utilize yet another dark shard, but when Scarlet Witch touched the shard, Nyx was immediately alerted to the shard's location in time and traveled to Scarlet Witch's location using Voyager's teleportation powers. Arriving in the Hyborian era, Nyx and her remaining children slaughtered the Crow Cult, remarking that she had done them a favor by stopping them from worshiping any deity but herself.
(Avengers: No Road Home#7) - Beckoning to the dark shard, Nyx mused about what to do with the shard until Spectrum revealed the very much alive Hercules and Vision and how she had tricked Nyx into disintegrating her own children. Distraught, Nyx lashed out at Spectrum, who attempted to harm Nyx using solar radiation, but Nyx generated a darkness shield in the form of the moon to block Spectrum's radiation, gloating that she was not some vampire that wilts at the sun. Hercules and Vision then entered the battle against Nyx as Spectrum was sent reeling but Nyx grabbed Hercules by the throat and nearly stabbed him with the dark shard before a recovering Spectrum phased through Nyx's body, briefly incapacitating her. As Nyx's anger grew, she held the dark shard with more force, eventually cracking it and realizing that breaking the shard was the key to unlocking its power. Using Voyager to teleport Spectrum from another attack, Nyx shattered the dark shard, unlocking its power and receiving a vision of the House of Ideas. Spectrum immediately demanded to know what Nyx had seen but a smiling Nyx promised that Spectrum would never know before grabbing and slamming Spectrum into the ground. Newly empowered, Nyx then tossed Voyager aside, claiming she could make her own way from there, and generated darkness beings to keep the Avengers occupied. She then reacquired the bit of her power given to Scarlet Witch as her eyes and opened a portal, leaving Oizys in charge of taking care of the Avengers.
(Avengers: No Road Home#8) - Nyx emerged from her portal on the planet Euphoria, where she was met by the Hulk, Hawkeye and Rocket Raccoon, who had been led there by Nightmare. Nyx demanded Hulk turn over the dark shard power he had acquired after killing Hypnos but Hulk preferred instead to fight. Hawkeye soon distracted Nyx with arrows and while Nyx gloated that arrows would not hurt her, Hulk grabbed the distracted Nyx by the head and hurled her away. Nyx immediately responded by projecting a massive energy blast that seemed to bury the three Avengers under debris. Hulk emerged from the rubble but Nyx managed to absorb the power given to Hulk by the dark shard back into her own body. As she reacquired the power from the dark shard, Nyx again saw a vision of the House of Ideas and was confused as to how the House could have light if she had cause universal darkness. Deciding to find and investigate the House of Ideas, Nyx prepared to teleport away as the other Avengers arrived from the Hyborian era to confront her. Nyx then gloated that despite the Avengers' best efforts, she had defeated them in their own realm, and she then began causing the stars to go out as she spread her darkness outward.
(Avengers: No Road Home#9) - As an universal blackout occurred due to Nyx's spreading out her darkness, the planet Euphoria itself confronted both Nyx and the Avengers, explaining that while they both sought the final dark shard from Euphoria, only one could possess it and Euphoria wondered if perhaps a decision could be made as to who needed the shard most. Nyx insisted that she did but Euphoria questioned each being present to learn their ultimate wants and desires. Nyx admitted that she desired only vengeance despite once wanting acceptance, respect and a home where she belonged and eventually, Nyx demanded an end to Euphoria's questioning and insisted Euphoria turn the dark shard over to Nyx or risk her own destruction. Euphoria refused to allow Nyx to destroy her but decided on a way to please everyone present. As such, Hawkeye received his wish of one perfect shot, hitting Nyx in the eye with an arrow, and Spectrum quickly merged with Vision to house energies fed into her by Scarlet Witch and the two merged Avengers punched Nyx. Voyager then created a portal through Nyx's darkness and the Avengers traveled through it, with their ally Rocket Raccoon downed a vial of Pym Particles before entering. Emerging closer to Nyx, the Avengers beat down on Nyx as Euphoria contemplated how best to please Nyx. Euphoria then asked the defeated Nyx if she truly wished for defeat or even a final end to her eternity-long struggle and Nyx replied by claiming she wished to have the final shard of her power back. Euphoria ultimately granted Nyx's wish and allowed Nyx to take the shard from her. Shattering the shard to regain its power, the fully-powered Nyx briefly basked in her returned glory before knocking all of the Avengers aside and receiving yet another vision of the House of Ideas. Realizing now that the House of Ideas was the center of all creation, Nyx teleported to the House, planning to use the House as a seat of power to remake the universe. The weakened Voyager then revealed to Euphoria that her wish was to be an Avenger and while Euphoria admitted she could not make that so, Voyager was empowered enough to create a portal through which the Avengers could pursue Nyx to the House of Ideas. Arriving at the Long Island location of the House, the Avengers witnessed Nyx go inside the House and immediately rushed after her, only to find themselves fading away as they neared the House. Before being cast back by the House itself, Hercules managed to hold the House's door open long enough for the Vision to enter the House in an effort to stop Nyx.
(Avengers: No Road Home#10) - Nyx revealed to the
newly-arrived Vision that the House of Ideas was the dwelling space of
the One Above All, the fundamental creative force of that reality. When
Vision questioned why the House of Ideas had appeared in Long Island,
Nyx explained that the House had many entry points on Earth, as
humanity had always been essential to the One Above All's work. Nyx
then asked what an android would know about humanity and then reminded
Vision of her plan to remake creation, prompting Vision to remark that
planning to remake creation in creation's own home could be considered
hubris. As she used the House's ability to represent ideas to show
Vision what her remake world would look like, Nyx then suggested that
perhaps she was playing out the role that creation had intended and
that Vision's world of heroes was nothing special but Vision disagreed
and suggested that creation had intended Vision's destiny to be to stop
Nyx. Nyx replied by asking Vision could possibly stop her and asking
who he was to think he could stop her. Vision answered that he was but
a synthetic man but his artificial brain did contain the Avengers'
files and within the House of Ideas, his own ideas and thought could be
made physical. Vision then summoned forth physical representations of
Earth heroes to attack Nyx, who shrugged off the attack as mere
trickery. As Vision summoned more and more heroes, Nyx claimed that a
creation based on her own likeness was the ultimate creation and at
first continued to cast aside the summoned heroes. Ultimately, the
sheer number of heroes summoned by Vision began to overwhelm Nyx and
when Nyx admitted that she had been so close to obtaining her goals,
Vision reminded her that the House's light was pure imagination itself
and that no amount of darkness could withstand the light and glory of
pure imagination. Grasping Nyx's hand, Vision, empowered by the light
of his own imagination, which was bolstered by the House of Ideas,
began to disintegrate Nyx, who boasted that she was the other side of
Vision's bright story and that she would always exist. As Nyx withered
away into dust, Vision remarked how he pitied Nyx's existence as such.
Vision then emerged from the House of Ideas more alive than ever and
informed the Avengers and their allies that Nyx's darkness had been
rejected by the light within the House.
Comments: Adapted into Marvel Comics by Mark
Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub, Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco and Joshua James Shaw.
The Fear Lord Nox was originally thought to be the same character as the Olympian goddess Nyx but writer Jim Zub established on his Twitter feed that Nyx was the true Olympian goddess and Nox was an impostor posing as Nyx.
HUGE thanks to Thor2000 for his mythological
expertise and information! Also, thanks to Dim I Nticoudis for more information about the Greek mythology surrounding Nyx!
Nyx referred to Oizys as her "fourth child" but according to myths, she had several children so it's possible Nyx was referring to the fourth child to side with her against the other Olympians...or the myths were incorrect.
While Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub, Paco Medina and Juan Vlasco were the creative team on Nyx's first appearance, later issues of Avengers: No Road Home credited Joshua James Shaw for the design of Nyx and her family.
Bizarre Adventures I#32 lists the God of the 80s
Ataros as the brother of Hypnos & Thanatos but whether or not
Ataros is another child of Nyx remains to be seen. It's possible that
Ataros was merely a half-brother to Hypnos & Thanatos, and that Nyx
was not Ataros' mother.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Nyx has no known connections to:
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Avengers: No Road Home#2, p4, pan1 (Nyx, main)
Avengers: No Road Home#2, p5, pan1 (Nyx headshot)
Avengers: No Road Home#2, p7, pan3 (Nyx sitting on Zeus' throne)
Avengers: No Road Home#4, p11, splash page (Nyx with the captured Voyager)
Avengers: No Road Home#8, p11, pan4 (Nyx, empowered by dark shard)
Avengers: No Road Home#9, p12, pan6 (Nyx at full power)
Avengers: No Road Home#1 (April, 2019) - Mark Waid, Al Ewing, Jim Zub (writers), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#2 (April, 2019) - Al Ewing, Jim Zub, Mark Waid (writers), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#3 (April, 2019) - Al Ewing, Jim Zub, Mark Waid (writers), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#4 (May, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Sean Izaakse (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#5 (May, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Sean Izaakse (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#6 (May, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Sean Izaakse (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#7 (May, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Paco Medina (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#8 (June, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Carlo Barberi (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#9 (June, 2019) - Jim Zub, Mark Waid, Al Ewing (writers), Paco Medina (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: No Road Home#10 (June, 2019) - Mark Waid, Jim Zub, Al Ewing (writers), Sean Izaakse (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
First Posted: 05/16/2019
Last updated: 05/25/2019
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