An ongoing series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Invaders: Issue #4
They talk about how the Hulk had been around (and controlled by the Shadow King) for a week.
Woo tells them about Amahl Farouk, and suggests they go to Xavier to help him resist Farouk’s influence in future.
Woo offers Banner a place on the team. The rest of the team agrees. Banner is reluctant, but he says that he will stay on and act as a consultant for the time being.
Woo points out that there may be a connection between all the cases thus far. The team kick around ideas, and consider that Latvaria hasn’t asked for the skull back yet.
They land on The Ship and go their separate ways while they wait for Blade and settle Dr. Banner.
Bobby gets a shipment of holy water and wetsuits.
Roberto looks at Banner’s file in the SHIELD network. It’s flagged for Director Fury’s review as part of the Avengers Initiative.
They discuss whether Sunspot’s powers count as “sunlight” against vampires. Inferno matches are mentioned, and Sunspot points out that he can only do this for a few minutes at night.
They decide (naturally) to go to a nightclub.
Sunspot looks for rent-controlled apartments for 50+ years in major US cities. Doesn’t pan out, but he does discover a number of companies that handles rent-controlled apartment and houses for families and estates.
Elsa calls a few people, but no one knows about vampires in San Francisco. Doesn’t find much.
Shop for clothing and silver weapons.
Go to The Temple nightclub.
Mimic uses Telepathy to convince the guard that he’s the relief, and gets the team in with weapons.
They relax, pick up some women, have some drinks.
Mimic: Works the door. Noticing that the club has an unusual amount of success. Women hit on him, and he uses mental powers to convince them they had sex.
Roberto: Talks to some women to get Mimic laid. Pays the DJ to finish the set.
Elsa: Places cameras over the nightclub. One looking at the VIP room. She also gets a lot of free drinks, which is on the up-and-up.
Captain Britain: People watching. Everyone seems to having a good time universally. Which is weird.
Bobby: Goes to the VIP lounge, goes with two girls. They have a good time. Turns out, everyone there is middle-of-the-road.
They don’t find any vampires.
Blade gets off a private jet. Suddenly, vampires attack!
They capture one unconscious vampire.
Go back to The Ship.
Blade claims they’re part of the Claw sect, and were probably coming after him.
He mentions that the sects are consolidating. The team mentions a mystical artifact.
Talks about the Mystikos sect and how they’re a modern sect.
They spill the beans to Blade.
Woo mentions that he lured the law firm out. The law firm is Royale Legal, Ltd., owned by Bornag Royale.