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Issue Details

Issue #2
Published August 2005
Cover Price 2.99 USD
Pages 36
Editing Tom Brevoort; Andy Schmidt (associate); Stephanie Moore (assistant); Molly Lazer (assistant); Omar Otieku (production); Joe Quesada (editor-in-chief); Dan Buckley (publisher)

Cover Details - "Ribic Cover"

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

Cover Details - "Dodson Cover"

Characters Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers]
Genre superhero
Pencils Terry Dodson
Inks Rachel Dodson
Colors Frank D'Armata

22 page House of M story "Untitled"

Characters Steve Rogers [Captain America]; Scott Summers [Cyclops]; Emma Frost [Whitw Queen]; Alison Blair [Dazzler]; Simon Williams [Wonder Man]; Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers]; Remey LeBeau [Gambit]; Kitty Pryde [Shadowcat]; Luke Cage; Danny Rand [Iron Fist]; Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; Misty Knight; Sam Wilson [Falcon]; Stephen Strange [Dr. Strange]; Robert Reynolds [Sentry]; Colossus; Hank McCoy [Beast]; Hank Pym [Yellowjacket]; Janet Van Dyne [Wasp]; Ororo Munroe [Storm]; Wolverine; Bishop; Mystique; Jessica Drew [Spider-Woman]; Toad
Synopsis A familiar cast of heroes wake up in a world where Magneto rules and mutants are the norm; Steve Rogers is an old man, never having been frozen in ice during WWII; Scott and Emma are a happy couple; Alison is a talk show host and Simon is a famous movie star; Ms. Marvel fights crime and Bishop is a member of the NYPD; Kitty is a school teacher; Stephen Strange is a psychyatrist; Colossus is a farmer; Hank (the mutant) and Hank (the human) work for Tony Stark as scientists; Wolverine wakes up next to Mystique and freaks out because he is the only one who remembers the "real" world; His fellow agents of SHIELD are concerned as Logan races outside and finds Sentinel technology flying over New York as protectors.
Genre superhero
Script Brian Michael Bendis
Pencils Olivier Coipel
Inks Tim Townsend
Colors Frank D'Armata
Letters Chris Eliopoulos