The three brothers would be re-united in afterlife, for after they died they were made judges in the Underworld. It was their task to judge the dead in order to assign where their placement was in the Underworld based upon the merits of their life. However, King Minos did not fulfill his vow to Poseidon; he kept the majestic bull for himself and sacrificed a different one to the god. Angered by King Minos' disrespect, Poseidon plotted to punish him for his arrogance and hubris. In accordance to some versions of the myth, it is Poseidon who punishes Minos by instilling a passion within the king's wife, Pasiphae, for the bull that came from the sea.
However, according to the Roman author Hyginus, it is Venus Aphrodite who curses Pasiphae, because the Queen had not shown proper piety to the goddess for some time.
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The goddess punished her by sending a salacious passion for the majestic bull from the sea. Another version tells how Poseidon, angered by Minos, went to Aphrodite for her help in the matter and she cursed Pasiphae as a favor to Poseidon. Queen Pasiphae, plagued by her divinely inflicted desires, sought the help of Daedalus and Icarus.
For Pasiphae, Daedalus constructed a wooden cow coated with a real cow hide and placed it upon wheels. Daedalus, then, put Queen Pasiphae inside the structure and wheeled her into the meadow that her beloved bull grazed in. It was there that she met and laid with the bull, since the bull thought the wooden cow was real.
It is from this union that the Minotaur was born. Upon seeing the infant, King Minos discovered his wife's bestial affair and as punishment, Minos enslaved Daedalus and Icarus for their parts in the affair, but he left Pasiphae untouched. Pasiphae cared for Asterion and was able to nourish Asterion while he was a bull calf. However, as he grew he became ferocious and monstrous and she was unable to feed or care for him any longer. Asterion was unable to find a suitable source of food, since he was neither man nor beast, and so he started to eat people.
While the construction of the Labyrinth was underway, King Minos discovered that his only human son, Androgeos, with Pasiphae had been killed. Some sources say that he was killed by the Athenians out of jealousy for his skill in the Panathenic Games. A different version of the myth claims that the King of Athens , Aegeus, was angered by Androgeos' victories, and sent him to slay the unconquerable Marathonian Bull.
He sailed against the Athenians and harassed them until they agreed to pay the price for his son's death. King Minos demanded that Athens pay a tribute to Crete of seven maidens and seven youths every nine years. There is some contradiction in the sources about how often these tribute were made, from every nine years to once a year. These tributes would then be placed in the Labyrinth for the Minotaur to devour. In various sources, the tributes or sacrificial victims were chosen by lot from only the most beautiful men and virginal girls.
The Athenians consulted the Oracle of Delphi who instructed the city of Athens to give Minos whatever he demanded. However, according to Catullus, the murder of Androgeos sparked a cruel plague on Athens. It is only when King Aegeus learned that by sending tributes to Crete and obeying Minos' demand that Athens would be saved; he agreed. Theseus, son of King Aegeus, was said to have volunteered for the third tribute of youths. He boasted to his father and to all of Athens that he would slay the Minotaur. He promised that on the journey home he would raise his white sails if he was victorious or have the crew fly black sails if he failed and were killed.
Unable to cope with Theseus being eaten by her half-brother the Minotaur, Ariadne went to Daedalus for help. She begged the craftsman to tell her how one could escape from his Labyrinth. Once he had told her, she raced to tell Theseus before he entered the Labyrinth. Following Daedalus' instructions, she handed Theseus a ball of string to help him find his way out of the Labyrinth. Upon entering the Labyrinth, Theseus tied one end of the string to the door and continued into the maze.
He found the Minotaur in the furthest corner of the Labyrinth and killed him with the jabs of his fist or in other accounts, he sneaks in the sword of Aegeus and slays the Minotaur with it. Unlike the Labyrinth's previous victims, Theseus is able to find his way out, because of Ariadne's gift. Theseus simply follows the thread back through the maze to find his way to the doors. He finds and leads the other Athenians out of the maze and quickly sails off to Athens with Ariadne and Phaedra.
On the journey home, Theseus abandons Ariadne on the island of Naxos and continues to sail to Athens with his intended wife, Phaedra. On Naxos, Ariadne reflects on her actions and naivety of assisting with her brother's murder the Minotaur for Theseus, who she thought would marry her. Instead of marrying Theseus, Ariadne is discovered on Naxos by the god, Dionysos , who she ends up marrying. In some versions of this myth, Dionysos appears to Theseus ordering him to abandon Ariadne, because he intends to wed her. Theseus is overjoyed to be almost home with his new wife Phaedra but absent-mindedly forgets to change the color of his sails from black to white.
His father, King Aegeus, seeing the black sails from afar is overcome with grief and kills himself by jumping off a cliff into the sea. Name: Email address:.
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The event would be lightly retconned in a pair of later Avengers annuals. Marvel revisited the idea of a cosmic being pitting heroes against each other in a high stakes game of war with this year-long, issue maxi-series. Godlike entity The Beyonder whisks a cross-section of heroes and villains to a Battle World of his design to fight for supremacy. Doom, Dr. Unlike many comic events with tie-in issues in the ongoing titles of their stars, Secret Wars did not bleed into any other books during its run. Characters were whisked away and returned with little time passing in their own titles — sometimes between panels!
The book inside is identical. The aftermath of the event was felt by many characters — none moreso than Spider-Man, who inherited his black symbiote suit from the ordeal. Also, the Thing left the Fantastic Four for a year in the wake of the event. Although there were no traditional tie-in issues to Secret Wars at the time, many ongoing series did reference the sudden disappearance and reappearance of their heroes. They included:. Marvel tried to strike gold a second time with a sequel to Secret Wars — this time occurring on Earth and involving into dozens of tie-in issues.
Characters: This saga really did hit the entire Marvel Universe, with nearly every ongoing title including a tie-in issue. Doom and Mephisto feature prominently. Note: There are two different dust jackets for the Omnibus — the original cover of Secret Wars II 1, and a modern illustration. Both books are the same. Secret Wars II Vol. Individual issues are also collected in various TPB volumes, by title. The X-Men take the lead in a Marvel line-wide crossover for the first time! Another line-wide crossover via Annuals, this time telling the story of the Atlantean Serpent Crown and the return of the Serpent God Set.
This story was strictly serialized, with each issue directly progressing from the prior. Namor features prominently. A line-wide event dispersed through individual runs in many different ongoing series, where Loki convinced villains to cross over to fight atypical foes.
After two years of line-wide annual crossovers, marked the beginning of a new summer crossover strategy for Marvel.
They grouped their titles into fan-friendly lines of three-to-five titles and ran a series of smaller crossovers. Though the crossovers themselves were not a line-wide event, the crossover theme and graphic design of the event was applied uniformly across all annuals — which is why they are listed in this guide. See Uncanny X-Men for collection information. See Avengers for collection information.
In a second year of a smaller-scale of annual summer crossovers, Marvel slightly shuffled their titles for a different line-up of heroes in each story compared to the prior year. See New Mutants for collection information. Not collected. This crossover used the modern model of a primary limited series written by Jim Starlin with a number of tie-in titles. Silver Surfer plays a prominent role. Strange, Sorceror Supreme ; Quasar ; and Sleepwalker 7. In , the s Infinity Trilogy was reprinted in an all-inclusive Infinity Gauntlet Box Set Slipcase of 12 standard-size hardcovers.
This set offers a truly comprehensive coverage of the events, as well as their tie-ins and aftermaths. The set also includes books for Infinity War and Crusade, the contents of which are covered in their sections below. Official tie-in issues included the following noted if they do not appear in the Omnibus, above :. Avengers: Galactic Storm, Vol. Collected as Avengers: Citizen Kang. See Spider-Man for collection information. Strange Sorcerer Supreme Annual 2.
See The Defenders for collection information. Shattershot: X-Men Vol. See X-Men, Vol. Not collected except for the Punisher annual in Essential Punisher, Vol. This is represented in part by a pack of evil doppelgangers of heroes. As with Gauntlet, a number of ongoing titles had tie-in issues. There are also many familiar doppelgangers! The X-Men are not prominently involved in this event. Infinity War are collected in paperback , which also includes Warlock and the Infinity Watch and, possibly a brief story from Marvel Comics Presents Infinity War Crossovers Vol. The contents of the five books focused on Infinity Gauntlet are covered above.
The box also includes three additional books covering Infinity Crusade, the contents of which are covered in their sections below. The main story of this crossover alternated between the titular limited series, Warlock and the Infinity Watch, and Warlock Chronicles. The contents of the five books focused on Infinity Gauntlet and four books covering Infinity War are listed above. Infinity Crusade Crossovers Vol.
This innovative crossover was not truly line-wide, but it interrupted the monthly run of all X-titles to replace them with four months of tightly-coordinated alternate-reality versions of themselves. While non-X characters appeared throughout the tale, the crossover did not have any effects or tie-ins with non-X titles.
Characters: Every X-Men active as of is represented in the initial run of the story save for Psylocke. Wolverine, Jean Grey.
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Magneto, and Sabretooth all appear very prominently. Appearances of non-X characters are largely limited to a pair of X-Universe tie-ins. AOA was reprinted in trades again starting in , but with different contents than the last set of trades! Capitalizing on five years of accumulated hints across the X-Men titles, this long-simmering plot exploded to threaten the entire Marvel Universe and resulted in the cancellation of the entire Avengers and Fantastic Four lines of titles, all of which would see relaunch in their own separate continuity.
Onslaught consisted of two framing issues bearing the Onslaught title, a direct crossover in a core of X-Men books and Fantastic Four, and outlying tie-in issues in the X-Men, Avengers, and Spider-Man lines. Characters: Though this event began in the X-Men line, it is a true line-wide event that touched nearly every ongoing title although, Spider-Man is involved only glancingly.
The Fantastic Four play a significant role, and the Avengers figure heavily into the climax. There have been three different printed sequences of Onslaught collections, presented below with their associated issue ranges. However, it adds X-Force 55, which was not collected in paperback. I checked these ranges with the actual books open in front of me — many other sites have them listed incorrectly. This more sprawling version is no longer in print.
I do not own these volumes, so I cannot verify their contents or order. As a result of Onslaught, the Avengers and Fantastic Four lines splintered into their own pocket universe for a year before returning to the main Marvel timeline and a series of newly relaunched titles, with high-profile creators like Jim Lee and Rob Liefield.
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This mini-series followed up on the original Marvel event by offering one-on-one battles with fan-voted outcomes. Contest of Champions II are collected in trade paperback. Sounds reasonable, right? The main plot of the crossover is driven by a one-shot and subsequent three-issue mini-series, but the action spills into all of the Avengers and X-Men ongoing titles.
Marvel, Silver Surfer, Gambit, Bishop. This continues the Jim Starlin penned saga of the anti-hero Thanos, yet it is a mere mini-series — not a true line-wide event. Thanos next appears in his own series, collected as Thanos: Redemption. The Avengers, having just merged back into the original numbering of their first volume of release, are briskly deconstructed at the hands of writer Brian M.
Bendis and the fractured psyche of The Scarlet Witch. This indirect crossover was centered in The Avengers, though its effects were felt throughout the entire Avengers line of titles. Though the Disassembled tag also affects Spider-Man and Fantastic Four, their crises do not directly tie into the main Avengers storyline in the main book and the titles of its three biggest heroes. Though this saga does not touch the X-Men, it can viewed as an extended prologue to the upcoming House of M crossover.
Characters: Very nearly every Avenger ever! Strange, She-Hulk, and Hawkeye. Additionally, there are a pair of contemporaneous volumes that are fringe tie-ins to the main story:. This Brian M. Bendis-penned Avengers-centric mini pits heroes against super-villains who have received a massive technology upgrade from a mysterious benefactor. Due to many delays in publication, this five-issue limited series stretched across two years.
Fantastic Four also makes a limited appearance. Marvel replicates the execution of Age of Apocalypse across nearly its entire line of titles by plunging the entire Marvel Universe into an alternate reality at the hands of the Scarlet Witch. The main story takes place in an eight-issue limited series, with the alternate lives of various heroes playing out in their own titles if their creators chose to play along — participation was optional. Both the X-Men and the Avengers would feel the far-ranging impact of this event.
However, due to its status as an alternate reality story, none of the contents of the event itself directly impact the world aside from the final words spoken by Scarlet Witch. Some characters do gain new motivation from a glimpse at their alternate selves — especially Wolverine and Ms. Magneto, Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver. House of M are collected in hardcover and paperback. Additional tie-in issues were recently consolidated into a series of three oversized hardcovers, which are highly recommended for ease-of-collection. New Avengers, Vol. A wave of terror sweeps across the galaxy from where space meets the Negative Zone.
Collected entirely in a single Annihilation Omnibus oversized hardcover , or in three volumes:. In Marvel took a major risk by splitting its heroes down the middle in a Civil War of epic proportions — the event touched almost individual issues!
Civil War splintered the Avengers flagship just two years after they had been re-assembled, and just months after a decimation of the entire X-Men line. It also meant instituting an actual ideological divide between characters and fans that could not be easily resolved with a handshake at the end of the event. All the risk paid off. Civil War is a rich, multi-layered event that brought out the best in nearly every book it touched, and turned The Avengers into a diverse multi-book line to equal the X-Men. The X-Men play an extremely limited role in Civil War, as they were still dealing with the ramifications of Decimation.
As a result, their tie-in book is especially tangential. The result is an exhaustive coverage of the event! While six of these books seem to align to the oversize hardcover editions, below, their contents are not the same. Here are the contents of the set:. Tie-in issues were consolidated with scant exceptions into a series of six hardcovers, which are highly recommended for ease-of-collection.
The individual issue ranges for each title are listed in the next list, below. As one of the consequences of Civil War, the US government charters an Avengers-like superhero team in every one of the fifty states! The Hulk takes center stage in his first ever line-wide crossover! Over the years, Bruce Banner has been a hero, a villain, and an unaligned force of sheer destruction. That meant he sometimes ran afoul of the heroes of the Marvel Universe, and eventually an elite group of heroes including Tony Stark and Professor Xavier decided that The Hulk was too dangerous to inhabit Earth!
Their exile of Hulk to the outer reaches of space initiates the Planet Hulk storyline. Due to a twist at the end of Planet Hulk, an enraged Hulk returns to Earth set on a singular goal — to destroy the men who sent him to space, as well as all that they love! The event is followed by a brief epilogue, Aftersmash.
Strange, and Mr. First, Planet Hulk is presaged by New Avengers: Illuminati, which also acts as a prequel to Civil War — it is collected as described above. Planet Hulk is collected in hardcover and paperback , including issues and Giant-Size Hulk. Next, World War Hulk is available in hardcover and paperback , which also collect an Aftersmash one-shot. Supporting issues are collected ina number of tie-in volumes. After the galaxy-wide destruction of Annihilation, another enemy takes advantage of the resulting chaos to vie for control of some of the oldest civilizations in the universe — The Phalanx!