Synopsis:In the new present day Marvel U, Tony Stark has extracted and copied the memories of AU Wolverine & Invisible Woman to view. He is stunned as he watches the alternate timeline unfold before his eyes. Tony turns to Professor Charles Xavier & Emma Frost (who look to be his consultants) and asks them to tell him this isn't real, but the two say otherwise. These two doppelgangers are indeed Sue Storm & James "Logan" Howlett, just not their versions of them.
A little later, Stark visits AU Wolverine in his cell, giving him a crash course in this alternate timeline's history, Stark lost half his body during the Laveria-Asgard Wars (That sounds like an awesome event comic we'll never see) trying to stop Morgana Le Fay from conquering half the earth, which also led to Asgard abandoning the Earth. He also reveals that Hank Pym's murder (which they always attributed to Skrulls) split the Avengers up and very bluntly remarks that Logan "broke the world".
Meanwhile, Susan Storm stirs in her own cell. She asks to speak with someone, but nobody answers. Sue then decides to go about things "old school" and starts using her powers to crack and break her shackles.
Tony asks Logan if he tried to talk Hank Pym out of creating Ultron. Logan replies that it didn't take (uh, you never tried that in the first place Wolvie) like the other version of Stark said, he jokes that it's like a religion to guys like Stark and Pym, if they see something worth building, they are going to build it. Wolverine adds that he isn't proud of himself after Stark simply says "and so you killed him". Iron Man calls Wolverine a fool and asks him if he thinks this world is any better than the one he set out to change?
While all this is going on, Tony is asking AU Wolverine whether he considered anything else, such as placing a time-release virus in Ultron (Hmm...). He's suddenly notified of the security breach and goes back to his original theory of this being a Le Fay trick.
Elsewhere, the Thing, Cable & Other Wolverine have reached Sue Storm's cell. They force the local Starkguard to open it, but the room is empty? Of course, Susan has turned invisible in the cell and slips past the trio, making a run for it. She's quickly cornered by Stark though, who points out that her invisibility is useless against him as he can see all spectrum's. He is about to kill Sue when an enormous portal suddenly opens outside by the Starkguard Carrier fleet. It's Morgana Le Fay with an army of Dr Doom-like soldiers.
Outside, Stark confronts Le Fay, warning her that her "wonky timeline" plan won't work. Le Fay responds that she barely understands what Stark is saying, but urges him to turn around regardless. Tony does so just in time to witness one Starkguard Carrier collide into another. He watches in horror as the two falling ships crash into the streets of New York...