Marvel’s House of M | What if you woke up one day in a completely different reality, with no memory of who you previously were?
In a blink of an eye, our beloved heroes suddenly become ordinary citizens in a world that is vastly different from their own.
Steve Rogers has no memory of serving in WWII, nor of losing Bucky Barnes.
Tony Stark did not end up with a hole in his chest, the Iron Man suit was never invented, and Stark Industries is the leading manufacturer of boxing robots for a sport called Robo Death Match, a sport where robots fight in boxing tournaments instead of humans.
Meanwhile, Clint Barton and Natasha Romanoff are married with two children of their own, living ordinary lives on a farm in upstate New York.
Bruce Banner is married to Betty Ross and he is an accomplished specialist in a prominent hospital.
Only two people in this reality still retain their memories: Erik Lehnsherr, otherwise known as Magneto, and his son, Pietro Maximoff. Pietro thinks he can return things to the way they were, but first he’ll have to convince the Avengers that this reality isn’t real and persuade them to help him get past his father to the person responsible for this reality warp: his twin sister, Wanda.
[featuring Charles Dance as Erik Lehnsherr, Tom Wlaschiha as Pietro Maximoff, and Lara Pulver as Wanda Maximoff]