Marvel's Skrulls are usually involved in cosmic stories, but they could fit even better in earthbound tales of government conspiracy and distrust.
Marvel heroes like Nick Fury and Maria Hill are important parts of the MCU's Secret Invasion. Along with the Skrulls, they form the show's foundation.
In a bizarre plot twist, a food-borne illness caused by Secret Invasion's Skrulls created Marvel's weirdest, most brutal superhero team.
Ultimate Invasion has just brought Marvel's Ultimate Universe back into the spotlight, but does it deserve another shot at success?
In Marvel's original Secret Invasion comics, Nick Fury played a critical role in defeating the Skrulls. This didn't hold true for the sequel.
Following the Skrulls, Nick Fury, and other key players, Marvel comics like Mighty Avengers #12 and Dark Reign go hand-in-hand with the Disney+ show.
As the MCU continues to progress and adapt its stories from the comics, the upcoming Secret Invasion appears to fall short as a perfect adaptation.
Marvel's Secret Invasion established Skrulls as a dangerous threat who killed to survive. However, they were victims, just like humanity.
Marvel's very first Secret Invasion left a major impact on the Marvel Universe, one which practically left Norman Osborn in control of the world.
Secret Invasion was one of Marvel's biggest comic events. However, most fans have forgotten how a close Daredevil associate kickstarted the conflict.
From ruining their reputations before the public to creating an opening for nefarious villains, some victories came back to haunt Marvel's heroes.
As the MCU's Secret Invasion adaptation gets closer, now's the perfect time to relive the biggest twists and Skrull revelations from Marvel Comics.
The Skrulls featured in Marvel's Secret Invasion were extremely skilled at passing for human for one particularly sneaky reason.
When promoting the original Secret Invasion, Marvel produced a creepy (and innovative) ad campaign imploring comic book fans to "embrace change."