Mighty Avengers

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List Of Mighty Avengers Story Arcs - Dan Slott Era - Salvation (Issue #35-36)
... Ultron is shown to infiltrate Jocasta and the Infinite Avengers Mansion ... Amadeus Cho and his team, battling as The Mighty Avengers one last time ... Mighty Avengers Creators Brian Michael Bendis Frank Cho Dan Slott Initial members Ares Black Widow Iron Man Ms ...
Dr Doom - Publication History - Modern Depictions
... The Mighty Avengers invaded Latveria, Doom's nation, due to his involvement in creating a chemical bomb that would infect people with the symbiote (Although it was ... Due to Ultron's interference, the bomb was dropped on Manhattan, but the Mighty Avengers are able to stop the effects on the people ... The Mighty Avengers proceed to invade Latveria ...
Secret Invasion - Collected Editions
... ISBN Secret Invasion The Infiltration Fantastic Four #2, New Avengers Illuminati #1 and 5, New Avengers #31-32 and 38-39, Mighty Avengers #7, Avengers The Initiative Annual #1 0-7851-3231-7 Secret ...
Dan Slott - Bibliography
1995 A+X #1, Marvel Comics, 2012 AVX Versus #6, Marvel Comics, 2012 collected in Avengers Vs ... collects #1-#4 Amazing Fantasy (volume 2) #15, Marvel Comics, 2005 collected in The Mighty Avengers Dark Reign The Amazing Spider-Man #546-#548, #559-#561, #564, #568-#5 ... Living Hell #1-6, DC Comics, 2003 collected in Arkham Asylum Living Hell trade paperback Avengers The Initiative Annual #1, Special #1, #1-#12 #14-#20, Marvel Comics, 2007–2009 Basic Training ...
List Of New Avengers Story Arcs - Storylines - Vol. 1 - The Revolution (Issues #27-31)
... The New Avengers, divided over whether it is a trap, conclude that they cannot risk leaving Captain America behind ... In the end, it proves false, as the team is ambushed by the Mighty Avengers ... They eventually escape, while the Mighty Avengers get to the Sanctum Sanctorum to find the New Avengers hidden with the help of Doctor Strange ...

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