History ComicBook / TheAvengers

10th Feb '16 3:04:41 PM DragonRanger
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** ''Age of Ultron'' additions: ComicBook/ScarletWitch (Creator/ElizabethOlsen), ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (Creator/AaronJohnson), and Comicbook/{{Vision}} (Creator/PaulBettany)
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** ''Age of Ultron'' additions: ComicBook/ScarletWitch (Creator/ElizabethOlsen), ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (Creator/AaronJohnson), and Comicbook/{{Vision}} Comicbook/TheVision (Creator/PaulBettany)
4th Feb '16 5:32:20 PM jormis29
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], SheHulk, ComicBook/WonderMan, CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], SheHulk, ComicBook/WonderMan, CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], BlackPanther, ComicBook/BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
27th Jan '16 10:58:33 AM kyojikasshu
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* ConquerorFromTheFuture: Kang the Conqueror, an invading warlord and ruler of the world in the distant future, has attempted to conquer the Earth in our modern time period. The Avengers have repeatedly thwarted his ambitions.
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* ConquerorFromTheFuture: Kang the Conqueror, an invading warlord and ruler of the world in the distant future, has attempted to conquer the Earth in our modern time period. The Avengers have repeatedly thwarted his ambitions. And then there are his counterparts from different points in his timeline: [[IHaveManyNames Rama-Tut, the Scarlet Centurion, Immortus]]....
27th Jan '16 10:46:52 AM kyojikasshu
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** The Council of Cross-Time Kangs storyline culminated with the entire team quitting in issue 297. Issue 298 featured Jarvis alone having to deal with the onset of ComicBook/{{Inferno}} at street level. The next two issues had the team reform with [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica The Captain]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman]], and [[ComicBook/TheEternals The Forgotten One]] (choosing to go by the name Gilgamesh). The lineup didn't last too long, as Reed and Sue soon returned to the Fantastic Four (succeeded by ComicBook/{{Quasar}} and returning members ComicBook/SheHulk, ComicBook/BlackPanther, and ComicBook/SubMariner), and Gilgamesh soon being replaced by fellow Eternal Sersi.
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** The Council of Cross-Time Kangs storyline culminated with the entire team quitting in issue 297. Issue 298 featured Jarvis alone having to deal with the onset of ComicBook/{{Inferno}} at street level. The next two issues had the team reform with [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica The Captain]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Captain, Thor, Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman]], Woman, and [[ComicBook/TheEternals The Forgotten One]] (choosing to go by the name Gilgamesh). The lineup didn't last too long, as Reed and Sue soon returned to the Fantastic Four ComicBook/FantasticFour (succeeded on the Avengers by ComicBook/{{Quasar}} and returning members ComicBook/SheHulk, ComicBook/BlackPanther, She-Hulk, Black Panther, and ComicBook/SubMariner), Namor), and Gilgamesh soon being was replaced by fellow Eternal Sersi.
27th Jan '16 10:39:59 AM kyojikasshu
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** Roy Thomas reunited all the Avengers that had even been into a big group... only to reduce the team in a very short time: Iron Man and Thor ended their visit and left, Captain America gave up being a superhero, Hercules returned to the Olimpus, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch returned with ComicBook/{{Magneto}}... with left probably the smallest and weakest Avengers team ever: Hawkeye, the Wasp, and Henry Pym (who was not able to grow to a giant size, if things were not bad enough). Yes: only 3, and 2 could basically just get to an insect size.
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** Roy Thomas reunited all the Avengers that had even been into a big group... only to reduce the team in a very short time: Iron Man and Thor ended their visit and left, Captain America gave up being a superhero, Hercules returned to the Olimpus, Olympus, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch returned with ComicBook/{{Magneto}}... with left probably the smallest and weakest Avengers team ever: Hawkeye, the Wasp, and Henry Pym (who was not able to grow to a giant size, if things were not bad enough). Yes: only 3, and 2 could basically just get to an insect size. ** The Council of Cross-Time Kangs storyline culminated with the entire team quitting in issue 297. Issue 298 featured Jarvis alone having to deal with the onset of ComicBook/{{Inferno}} at street level. The next two issues had the team reform with [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica The Captain]], [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman]], and [[ComicBook/TheEternals The Forgotten One]] (choosing to go by the name Gilgamesh). The lineup didn't last too long, as Reed and Sue soon returned to the Fantastic Four (succeeded by ComicBook/{{Quasar}} and returning members ComicBook/SheHulk, ComicBook/BlackPanther, and ComicBook/SubMariner), and Gilgamesh soon being replaced by fellow Eternal Sersi.
25th Jan '16 5:26:58 PM kkhohoho
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], ComicBook/WonderMan, CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], SheHulk, ComicBook/WonderMan, CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
25th Jan '16 5:26:01 PM kkhohoho
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour except the Human Torch has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], ComicBook/WonderMan, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse's all-star super-hero team, [[AlternateCompanyEquivalent equivalent]] to Franchise/TheDCU's Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica... except with more B-List heroes originally and a name that is based firmly on the concept of RuleOfCool (literally, Wasp picked the name because it sounded cool; some adaptations provide better explanations, though). The team debuted in The Avengers #1 in 1963. The classic lineup is ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan, TheWasp, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], and [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Hulk]]. The team also within the first few issues gained the series trademark of [[RevolvingDoorBand shifting lineups]], with the Hulk leaving the group with issue two, and Captain America not actually joining until issue 4, and with the major change of all the originals save Captain America being replaced by issue 16. Over the years, half of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse has been a member (to the point that every member of the ComicBook/FantasticFour except the Human Torch has been a member at some point), with new members being recruited and old members coming back or leaving [[RotatingArcs as story dictates]]. Other long-serving members include ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, the ComicBook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, ComicBook/TheVision, [[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules Hercules]], ComicBook/WonderMan, CaptainMarvel, [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
24th Jan '16 11:00:18 AM nombretomado
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* HeelFaceTurn: Quite a few of these. Hawkeye, Black Widow, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Man, the Swordsman, the Sandman, Rage, the second Living Laser, [=USAgent=] (back when he replaced Steve Rogers as Captain America), [[{{Sub-Mariner}} Namor]], and the Vision all started off as villains.
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* HeelFaceTurn: Quite a few of these. Hawkeye, Black Widow, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Man, the Swordsman, the Sandman, Rage, the second Living Laser, [=USAgent=] (back when he replaced Steve Rogers as Captain America), [[{{Sub-Mariner}} [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]], and the Vision all started off as villains.
24th Jan '16 11:00:06 AM nombretomado
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* FlyingBrick: Thor, Iron Man, Wonder Man, Ms. Marvel, [[{{Sub-Mariner}} Namor]], The Sentry, the Blue Marvel.
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* FlyingBrick: Thor, Iron Man, Wonder Man, Ms. Marvel, [[{{Sub-Mariner}} [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]], The Sentry, the Blue Marvel.
7th Jan '16 5:11:53 PM DragonRanger
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The Avengers are also the core of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, with several members getting their own films, and it usually brings the entire team together in an ''Avengers'' movie at the climax of a multi-film story arc. The movies that feature the entire team are ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', and the two-part ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. The team's roster in the first film consists of: Comicbook/IronMan (Creator/RobertDowneyJr), Comicbook/CaptainAmerica (Creator/ChrisEvans), [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (Creator/ChrisHemsworth), ComicBook/BlackWidow (Creator/ScarlettJohansson), ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} (Creator/JeremyRenner), and [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk the Hulk]] (Creator/MarkRuffalo). ''Age of Ultron'' adds ComicBook/ScarletWitch (Creator/ElizabethOlsen), ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (Creator/AaronJohnson), and Comicbook/{{Vision}} (Creator/PaulBettany) to the team; and several other ''Avengers'' heroes and villains appear throughout the franchise - for instance, the ''Iron Man'' and ''Captain America'' movies feature ComicBook/WarMachine (Creator/DonCheadle) and ComicBook/TheFalcon (Creator/AnthonyMackie) respectively, and both joined the Avengers at the end of ''Age of Ultron''. In addition, the Avengers are a small but important part of the plot of ''Film/AntMan'', which ends with Scott Lang/Ant Man II getting an invitation to join them.
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The Avengers are also the core of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, with several members getting their own films, films and a few others being supporting characters, and it usually brings the entire team together in an ''Avengers'' movie at the climax of a multi-film story arc. The movies that feature the entire team are ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', and the two-part ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''. The team's roster in Like the first film consists of: comics, the team has a flexible roster, consisting of: * Founding members: Comicbook/IronMan (Creator/RobertDowneyJr), Comicbook/CaptainAmerica (Creator/ChrisEvans), [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (Creator/ChrisHemsworth), ComicBook/BlackWidow (Creator/ScarlettJohansson), ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} (Creator/JeremyRenner), and [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk the Hulk]] (Creator/MarkRuffalo). (Creator/MarkRuffalo) ** ''Age of Ultron'' adds additions: ComicBook/ScarletWitch (Creator/ElizabethOlsen), ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}} (Creator/AaronJohnson), and Comicbook/{{Vision}} (Creator/PaulBettany) to the team; and several other ''Avengers'' heroes and villains appear throughout the franchise - for instance, the ''Iron Man'' and ''Captain America'' movies feature (Creator/PaulBettany) * New Avengers (post-''Age of Ultron''): Captain America, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Vision, ComicBook/WarMachine (Creator/DonCheadle) and ComicBook/TheFalcon (Creator/AnthonyMackie) respectively, (Creator/AnthonyMackie) * Allied heroes (future membership status unknown): ComicBook/AntMan (Creator/PaulRudd), ComicBook/BlackPanther (Creator/ChadwickBoseman), and both joined the ComicBook/SpiderMan (Creator/TomHolland) are to fight alongside established Avengers at in ''Civil War''. ComicBook/TheWasp (Creator/EvangelineLilly), ComicBook/DoctorStrange (Creator/BenedictCumberbatch), and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] (role not yet cast) are scheduled to debut in the end of ''Age of Ultron''. In addition, the Avengers are a small but important part of the plot of ''Film/AntMan'', which ends with Scott Lang/Ant Man II getting an invitation to join them. setting later on.
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