Several important characters, including Steve Rogers/Captain America, are killed off in A.X.E.: Judgment Day, which Kieron Gillen wrote, illustrated by Valerio Schiti, colored by Marte Gracia, and lettered by V.C.’s Clayton Cowles. There’s a twist, though.
In the most recent episode of the event, to stop the cosmically strong creature, the various Avengers set out. Unfortunmately, Captain America, Thor Odinson, Ikaris, Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, and numerous other heroes, including different X-Men, ultimately perish in the endeavor. In defiance of Krakoa’s traditions, the X-Men choose to resuscitate Captain America over Scott Summers/Cyclops at the book’s conclusion because they think he will be essential to preventing Earth’s final destruction. It still needs to be determined in the upcoming months who will be resurrected. However, many of the slain characters were connected to at least one continuing novel, so it’s more probable that they will make a comeback shortly.
What Is the Day of Judgment? A.X.E.: Judgment Day, Marvel’s summer blockbuster, began with Drug, the Eternals’ current leader, vowing to exterminate Krakoa’s mutant population since he views them as analogous to Deviants. Then, in an effort to bring Progenitor back to life to end Druig’s war, the Avengers joined forces with a band of mischievous Eternals and Mr. Sinister. Unfortunately, the mighty creature soon turned against humanity, thinking that people were endangering the Earth. The inhabitants of the world had 24 hours to demonstrate their virtue, but they failed the Celestial’s test.
In the Marvel Universe, the X-Men have always been the faces of resurrection, but the Krakoan Age amplified that. The X-Men have been able to revive those who have passed away quite swiftly thanks to a newly created method. However, some more notable characters take precedence over others. In addition, Krakoane heavily on technology, and several essential regulations and laws limit how it should be used.