Speaking of maneuvers and plans:
Plan K-11. Now it all makes sense.
But really, Steranko's Strange Tales is generally full of cooler stuff than Plan K-11. Like this panel of Fury pwning Hydra agents like he's Liam Neeson from Taken or something.
Or this BADASS page of the effects of the Hallucination Cube. Much better than the Cosmic Cube.
And this is pretty funny for a scene showing Fury murdering the entire Hydra organization in just about the most horrific manner possible. (That's a germ bomb that ends up infecting all of Hydra with deadly disease. Spoilers.)
It's a good thing Jean doesn't have telepathy yet, because I think I know what Scott thought after she said that.
For some reason I thought this image was kinda neat.
Uhhh ... what's wrong with his eyes?
Here's how OC I am ... when I read a page like this, I have to read every "TRAITOR!" word balloon. I have to read every word on every page!
Ol' Artie Simek really outdid himself with the fonts, and "Muhammud has turned his face away!" is how I want to react if I'm ever stricken blind.
Daredevil is under the influence of the dastardly villain, Stan Lee.