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Issue Details

Issue #4
Published September 2005
Cover Price 2.99 USD
Pages 40
Editing Tom Brevoort; Andy Schmidt (associate); Molly Lazer (assistant); Aubrey Sitterson (assistant); Jacob Chabot (production); Joe Quesada (editor-in-chief); Dan Buckley (publisher)

Cover Details - "Ribic Cover"

Characters Hawkeye; Wolverine
Genre superhero
Pencils Esad Ribic (painter)
Inks Esad Ribic (painter)
Colors Esad Ribic (painter)

Cover Details - "Peterson Cover"

Characters Hawkeye
Genre superhero
Pencils Brandon Peterson
Inks Brandon Peterson
Colors Brandon Peterson

Cover Details - "2nd Print Cover"

Characters Hawkeye
Genre superhero
Pencils Gene Ha
Inks Gene Ha
Letters Typeset

1 page House of M recap "Credits and Recap"

Genre superhero
Letters Typeset

22 page House of M story "Untitled"

Characters Magneto; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; Luke Cage; Wolverine; Cloak; Misty Knight; Danny Rand [Iron Fist]; Marc Spector [Moon Knight]; Colleen Wing; Layla Miller; Sentinels; Emma Frost [White Queen]; Professor X
Synopsis Hawkeye shoots Wolvie in the back of the head to destroy the SHIELD tracker embedded there but Sentinels have already discovered their location and attack; Cloak teleports as many of the human resistance as he can to a new location but some are left behind; Cage tells Wolverine that the world is ruled by Magneto's House of M and mutants are now in the majority; Logan tells Cage that two days ago, humans were the dominant species, Cage was an Avenger and Magneto's crazy daughter, the Scarlet Witch, caused the world to spin in this new direction; Luke introduces Wolvie to Layla Miller, a young mutant girl who has told him the same story; Wolverine and Cage bring Layla to meet psychic housewife Emma Frost who links minds with the girl and remembers her old life in the "real" world; A very angry Emma vows to kill Magneto and his kids for what they have done.
Genre superhero
Script Brian Michael Bendis
Pencils Olivier Coipel
Inks Tim Townsend; Rick Magyar
Colors Frank D'Armata
Letters Chris Eliopoulos