Avengers Mansion

Avengers Mansion is a location in Marvel Comics. It has traditionally been the base of the Avengers. The enormous, city block-sized building is located at 890 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City.

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Jocasta (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... in order for her to live, Jocasta alerted the Avengers, who defeated Ultron and reversed the process, leaving Jocasta a mindless husk ... of the Wasp, he had Jocasta moved from their residence to the Avengers Mansion ... Jocasta escaped from Avengers custody, and led the Avengers into Ultron's trap ...
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... He arrives at the Avengers Mansion to find it infected with aliens ... He fights his way through the mansion and finds The Wink stealing information from the Avengers computer ... Elektra, in the Avengers Mansion, gets a call from Daredevil saying he is in trouble ...
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... The Avengers Mansion is mentioned in Marvel Ultimate Alliance ... The Avengers Mansion appears in Marvel Avengers Alliance ...
Arsenal (Marvel Comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... In the present day, the Avengers are battling the Unicorn underneath Avengers Mansion, when Arsenal suddenly appears and attacks them ... The Avengers learn the origin of the robot from their government liaison, Henry Peter Gyrich ... Arsenal reappears and captures Avengers Hawkeye and the Beast and stuns Yellowjacket with an electric shock ...
Doctor Druid - Fictional Character Biography
... With the Avengers, he encountered the Fomor and his ancestor Amergin ... Doctor Druid some time later aided the Avengers in thwarting Baron Zemo and the fourth Masters of Evil's takeover of Avengers Mansion, making contact with the ... He joined the ranks of the Avengers shortly after helping to defend from this attack ...

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