History ComicBook / TheAvengers

21st May '17 3:26:59 PM nombretomado
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->''"And there came a ''day,'' a day unlike any ''other,'' when ''[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Earth's]] [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor mightiest]] [[ComicBook/IronMan heroes]] [[ComicBook/AntMan and]] [[TheWasp heroines]]'' found themselves ''united'' against a common threat! On that day, the ''[==]'''Avengers'''[==]'' were born—to fight the foes no ''single'' super hero could withstand! Through the years, their roster has ''prospered,'' changing ''many times,'' but their ''glory'' has never been denied! Heed the ''call,'' then—for now, the ''[==]'''AvengersAssemble!'''[==]''"''

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/SheHulk, ComicBook/WonderMan, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]], [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], ComicBook/BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.

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->''"And there came a ''day,'' a day unlike any ''other,'' when ''[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Earth's]] [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor mightiest]] [[ComicBook/IronMan heroes]] [[ComicBook/AntMan and]] [[TheWasp [[ComicBook/TheWasp heroines]]'' found themselves ''united'' against a common threat! On that day, the ''[==]'''Avengers'''[==]'' were born—to fight the foes no ''single'' super hero could withstand! Through the years, their roster has ''prospered,'' changing ''many times,'' but their ''glory'' has never been denied! Heed the ''call,'' then—for now, the ''[==]'''AvengersAssemble!'''[==]''"''

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/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/SheHulk, ComicBook/WonderMan, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]], [[ComicBook/XMen the Beast]], ComicBook/BlackPanther, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and many many more.
10th May '17 6:28:05 AM nighttrainfm
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* Allied heroes: ComicBook/AntMan (Creator/PaulRudd), ComicBook/BlackPanther (Creator/ChadwickBoseman), and ComicBook/SpiderMan (Creator/TomHolland) fought alongside established Avengers in ''Civil War''. ComicBook/TheWasp (Creator/EvangelineLilly), ComicBook/DoctorStrange (Creator/BenedictCumberbatch), and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] (Creator/BrieLarson) are scheduled to debut in the setting later on.

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* Allied heroes: ComicBook/AntMan (Creator/PaulRudd), ComicBook/BlackPanther (Creator/ChadwickBoseman), ComicBook/BuckyBarnes (Creator/SebastianStan) and ComicBook/SpiderMan (Creator/TomHolland) fought alongside established Avengers in ''Civil War''. ComicBook/TheWasp (Creator/EvangelineLilly), ComicBook/DoctorStrange (Creator/BenedictCumberbatch), and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] (Creator/BrieLarson) are scheduled to debut in the setting later on.
21st Mar '17 2:19:20 PM DragonRanger
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** As part of ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers storyline, ''New Avengers'' featured the secret Illuminati alliance of heroes trying to stop the destruction of the multiverse, going behind the backs of the main Avengers team and the rest of the heroes.

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** As part of ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers storyline, ''New Avengers'' featured the secret Illuminati alliance of heroes ComicBook/TheIlluminati trying to stop the destruction of the multiverse, going behind the backs of the main Avengers team and the rest of the heroes.



* ''ComicBook/AvengersAI'': Running from 2013 to 2014, the book focused on a team of robotics-based heroes spinning out of the ''Age of Ultron'' CrisisCrossover. The team was led by Hank Pym and featured the Vision, [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Victor Mancha]], Monica Chang, and new characters [[ActuallyADoombot Doombot]] and Alexis.

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* ''ComicBook/AvengersAI'': Running from 2013 to 2014, the book focused on a team of robotics-based heroes spinning out to stop rogue [=AIs=] that spun out of the ''Age of Ultron'' CrisisCrossover. The team was led by Hank Pym and featured the Vision, [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Victor Mancha]], Monica Chang, and new characters [[ActuallyADoombot Doombot]] and Alexis. ''ComicBook/AgeOfUltron'' event.
17th Mar '17 5:05:03 PM DragonRanger
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* ''ComicBook/WestCoastAvengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers West Coast''): A spin-off book that began in 1985 running through 1993. The founding members were Hawkeye, Mockingbird, War Machine (as Iron Man), Tigra, and Wonder Man.

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* ''ComicBook/WestCoastAvengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers West Coast''): A spin-off book that began in 1985 running through 1993. The founding members were Hawkeye, Mockingbird, War Machine (as Iron Man), Tigra, and Wonder Man.



* ''Solo Avengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers Spotlight''): An anthology/companion book for West Coast Avengers; running from 1987 through 1989 featuring Hawkeye, [=USAgent=], and Mockingbird and a rotating back-up feature involving past members of the Avengers team).
* ''ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers'': A joke team that debuted in 1989 and received their own book in 2006 and 2016.
* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'': First debuting in 1997, [[ThePsychoRangers the Avengers' evil counterpart]], the Masters of Evil, decided to pretend to be heroes when the Avengers are presumed dead after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}'', but ended up turning good for good after getting a taste of life as heroes. The group however fell on hard times and after the events of ''Comicbook/CivilWar'', was co-opted by the government and given to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who corrupted the program (and was later moved into his own book with most of the cast brought in with the reboot into ''Dark Avengers''). With Norman's defeat, the book is back to dealing with redemption with the title [[BoxedCrook focusing on criminals being offered time off of their sentences in exchange for going on missions.]] The book was eventually renamed "Dark Avengers" while an "In Name Only" version of Thunderbolts with no ties to the existing team was launched, lead by the Red Hulk and featuring Deadpool, Venom, Elektra, and Punisher. Another relaunch after that brought back much of the original team, now led by the Winter Soldier.
** ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'': A second book featuring an evil counterpart team, whose history has become entwined with the Thunderbolts. Initially a short-lived book (2009 through 2010) set during ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' about a Norman Osborn led team of supervillains disguised as the Avengers. Though cancelled after the events of "Siege", a new team appeared in the pages of New Avengers v2 though in a twist, the group was betrayed by one of their own (Skaar). The new team were ultimately transitioned into the pages of the Thunderbolts, which was renamed "Dark Avengers" and the group were joined by Moonstone and [=USAgent=].
* ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'': Replaced the regular Avengers comic in 2004. With the return of the main Avengers title, it has continued as the adventures of a second official team. Headed by Comicbook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, who was explicitly given permission to choose anyone he wanted (except Iron Man and Thor), the roster has rotated somewhat over the years but typically includes his wife Comicbook/JessicaJones, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, Franchise/SpiderMan, Mockingbird, the Thing, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. Hawkeye, Comicbook/DoctorStrange, and Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} have also featured, along with Strange's assistant Wong and also Comicbook/SquirrelGirl (as a babysitter for Cage's daughter). After the Marvel NOW! relaunch, ''New Avengers'' featured a team consisting of the Illuminati, with Beast replacing [[spoiler:the deceased]] Charles Xavier and the Black Panther joining up.
** ''ComicBook/NewAvengers2015'': Following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, another new volume was released featuring Sunspot having taken over A.I.M. and turning it into Avengers Idea Mechanics, with the rest of the team initially being made up of Wiccan, Hulking, Squirrel Girl, Songbird, White Tiger and Power Man and Hawkeye.

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* ''Solo Avengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers Spotlight''): An anthology/companion book for West ''West Coast Avengers; Avengers''; running from 1987 through 1989 featuring Hawkeye, [=USAgent=], and Mockingbird and a rotating back-up feature involving past members of the Avengers team).
1989.
* ''ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers'': A joke team that debuted in 1989 and received their own book books in 2006 and 2016.
* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'': First debuting in 1997, the Thunderbolts are [[ThePsychoRangers the Avengers' evil counterpart]], counterpart]]. Although there have been a few {{Retool}}s in its history, all versions share the Masters of Evil, decided concept that they feature "ex-"supervillains attempting to pretend act heroic (despite [[HeroWithAnFInGood not necessarily being good at it]]). One incarnation was officially tied to be heroes when the Avengers are presumed dead after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}'', but ended up turning good for good after getting a taste of life when it served as heroes. The group however fell on hard times and after the events of ''Comicbook/CivilWar'', was co-opted by the government and given to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who corrupted the program (and was later moved into his own book with most of the cast brought in with the reboot into ''Dark Avengers''). With Norman's defeat, the book is back to dealing with redemption with the title [[BoxedCrook focusing on criminals being offered time off of their sentences in exchange for going on missions.]] The book was eventually renamed "Dark Avengers" while an "In Name Only" version of Thunderbolts with no ties to the existing team was launched, lead by the Red Hulk and featuring Deadpool, Venom, Elektra, and Punisher. Another relaunch after that brought back much of the original team, now led by the Winter Soldier.
BoxedCrook rehabilitation program.
** ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'': A second book featuring an evil counterpart team, whose history has become entwined this time with the Thunderbolts. Initially a short-lived book (2009 through 2010) set during ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' about a Norman Osborn led team of supervillains disguised as villains only pretending to be heroes and taking on the identities of actual Avengers. Though cancelled after The book was eventually merged with the events of "Siege", a new team appeared in Thunderbolts while still using the pages of New Avengers v2 though in a twist, the group was betrayed by one of their own (Skaar). The new team were ultimately transitioned into the pages of the Thunderbolts, which was renamed "Dark Avengers" title, and the group were joined by Moonstone and [=USAgent=].
a separate Thunderbolts team launched in its place.
* ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'': Replaced the regular Avengers comic in 2004. With the return of the main Avengers title, it has continued as the adventures of a second official team. Headed by Comicbook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, who was explicitly given permission to choose anyone he wanted (except Iron Man and Thor), the roster has rotated somewhat over the years but typically includes his wife Comicbook/JessicaJones, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, Franchise/SpiderMan, Mockingbird, the Thing, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. Hawkeye, Comicbook/DoctorStrange, and Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} have also featured, along with Strange's assistant Wong and also Comicbook/SquirrelGirl (as a babysitter for Cage's daughter). After the Marvel NOW! relaunch,
** As part of ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers storyline,
''New Avengers'' featured a team consisting the secret Illuminati alliance of heroes trying to stop the destruction of the Illuminati, with Beast replacing [[spoiler:the deceased]] Charles Xavier multiverse, going behind the backs of the main Avengers team and the Black Panther joining up.
rest of the heroes.
** ''ComicBook/NewAvengers2015'': Following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', another new volume was released featuring Sunspot having taken over A.I.M. and turning it into Avengers Idea Mechanics, with the rest of the team initially being made up of Wiccan, Hulking, Squirrel Girl, Songbird, White Tiger and Power Man and Hawkeye.Mechanics.



* ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'': Created by Allan Heinberg the first run was 2005 through 2006, about a {{Comicbook/Teen Titan|s}}-esque group of young heroes who gathered following the events of "Avengers Disassembled" by an alternate universe version of Kang the Conquerer. Despite originally patterning themselves after the original core group, most have completely different connections to the Avengers, if any at all. Among the heroes recruited are Wiccan and Speed, Vision and Scarlet Witch's long lost children, who would later seek the Avengers' help in finding their missing mother. Has had multiple mini series starring the group with a new ongoing set to debut in 2013, led by Kid Loki.
* ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'': Running from 2007 to 2010, was at first a team of Avengers who were on the Pro-Registration side of the ''Civil War'' storyline, then later a team led by Hank Pym that was active outside the United States during the events of ''Comicbook/DarkReign''. In 2013, a new volume was launched as part of Marvel's ''Comicbook/{{Infinity}}'' CrisisCrossover. The new team is lead by Luke Cage and features ComicBook/MonicaRambeau, [[Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan Superior Spider-Man]], ComicBook/SheHulk, Ronin, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), ComicBook/WhiteTiger (Ava Ayala), and the Blue Marvel.

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* ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'': Created by Allan Heinberg the first run was 2005 through 2006, (2005-2006, 2013-) about a {{Comicbook/Teen Titan|s}}-esque group of young heroes who gathered following the events of "Avengers Disassembled" by an alternate universe version of Kang the Conquerer. heroes. Despite originally patterning themselves after the original core group, Avengers, most have completely different connections to the Avengers, originals, if any at all. Among the heroes recruited are Wiccan and Speed, Vision and Scarlet Witch's long lost children, who would later seek the Avengers' help in finding their missing mother. Has had multiple mini series starring the group with a new ongoing set to debut in 2013, led by Kid Loki.
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* ''ComicBook/MightyAvengers'': Running from 2007 to 2010, was at first a team of Avengers who were on the Pro-Registration side of the ''Civil War'' storyline, then later a team led by Hank Pym that was active outside the United States during the events of ''Comicbook/DarkReign''. In 2013, a new volume was launched as part of Marvel's ''Comicbook/{{Infinity}}'' CrisisCrossover. The new team is lead by Luke Cage and features ComicBook/MonicaRambeau, [[Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan Superior Spider-Man]], ComicBook/SheHulk, Ronin, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), ComicBook/WhiteTiger (Ava Ayala), and the Blue Marvel.



** ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'': Running from 2007 to 2010, the book follows the aftermath of the ComicBook/CivilWar, Iron Man opens "Camp Hammond", a military base where heroes old and young are put into bootcamp to train them to be "proper" heroes. Unfortunately everything that can go wrong actually goes almost horribly wrong with young heroes dying, mysterious attacks on faculty, a secret black ops team, alien invasions, numerous betrayals, and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Ultimately shut down following the events of ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' and The ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'' and relaunched (literally and figuratively) as Comicbook/AvengersAcademy.
** ''Comicbook/AvengersAcademy'': Running from 2010 to 2012, the book follows Hank Pym (the real one, not the Skrull who ran ''Avengers Initiative'') and a group of experienced heroes (Tigra, Justice, Speedball, Quicksilver, and Jocasta) team up to train young heroes. Originally the book focused upon a group of young teenagers recruited or forcibly turned into super-powered beings by Norman Osborn during his time running the Avengers Initiative, in hopes of ensuring that they don't become super-villains. Following the events of ''ComicBook/FearItself'', they have opened the team up to all heroes and have taken on other teen heroes like Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon, formerly Araña), ComicBook/{{X 23}}, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson, son of the original Thunderstrike), and White Tiger to the Academy.

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** ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'': Running from 2007 to 2010, the book follows the aftermath of the ComicBook/CivilWar, Iron Man opens "Camp Hammond", a military base where heroes old and young are put into bootcamp to train them to be "proper" heroes. Unfortunately everything that can go wrong actually goes almost horribly wrong with young heroes dying, mysterious attacks on faculty, a secret black ops team, alien invasions, numerous betrayals, and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Ultimately shut down following the events of ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' and The ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'' and relaunched (literally and figuratively) as Comicbook/AvengersAcademy.
''Comicbook/AvengersAcademy''.
** ''Comicbook/AvengersAcademy'': Running from 2010 to 2012, the book follows Hank Pym (the real one, not the Skrull who ran ''Avengers Initiative'') and a group of experienced heroes (Tigra, Justice, Speedball, Quicksilver, and Jocasta) team up to train young heroes. Originally the book originally focused upon some veteran Avengers teaching a group of young teenagers recruited or forcibly turned into super-powered beings by Norman Osborn during his time running the Avengers Initiative, in hopes of ensuring that they don't become super-villains. Following the events of ''ComicBook/FearItself'', they have opened the team up to all young heroes and have taken on other teen heroes like Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon, formerly Araña), ComicBook/{{X 23}}, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson, son of the original Thunderstrike), and White Tiger to the Academy.who wanted mentoring.



** ''Comicbook/AvengersUndercover'': A 2014 series that is a direct follow-up to Comicbook/AvengersArena which follows five teen survivors of the book ([[BreakTheCutie who are beyond broken]]) infiltrating Bagalia, the Masters of Evil's own sovereign nation, all the while deciding if they want to be heroes or join the dark side.
* ''Comicbook/PetAvengers'': Starting in 2009, a series of mini-series that focuses upon various animal companions of superheroes teaming up to fight evil.
* ''ComicBook/SecretAvengers'': Debuting in 2010, it follows, a black-ops team of Avengers led by Steve Rogers, who after his resurrection, allowed ComicBook/{{Bucky|Barnes}} to continue being Captain America. The book is similar to the current version of ''ComicBook/XForce'', except being Avengers the team tries harder to stick to the Avengers [[ThouShaltNotKill No Killing]] policy then X-Force does. The book was relaunched in 2013 with Nick Fury as leader, the removal of the "no-kill" rule, and the members of the team having their memories suppressed between missions to ensure plausible deniability for SHIELD.

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** ''Comicbook/AvengersUndercover'': A 2014 series that is a direct follow-up to Comicbook/AvengersArena ''Comicbook/AvengersArena'' which follows five teen survivors of the book ([[BreakTheCutie who are beyond broken]]) infiltrating Bagalia, the Masters of Evil's own sovereign nation, all the while deciding if they want to be heroes or join the dark side.
* ''Comicbook/PetAvengers'': Starting in 2009, Running from 2009 to 2011, a series of mini-series that focuses upon various animal companions of superheroes teaming up to fight evil.
* ''ComicBook/SecretAvengers'': Debuting in 2010, it follows, a follows teams sent on secret black-ops team of Avengers missions. It was originally led by (then-former) Captain America Steve Rogers, who after his resurrection, allowed ComicBook/{{Bucky|Barnes}} to continue being Captain America. The book is similar to the current version of ''ComicBook/XForce'', except being Avengers the team tries harder to stick to the Avengers [[ThouShaltNotKill No Killing]] policy then X-Force does. The book was relaunched in 2013 with Nick Fury as leader, the removal of the "no-kill" rule, and the members of the team having their memories suppressed between missions to ensure plausible deniability for SHIELD.but has since been run by ComicBook/{{SHIELD}}.



* ''Comicbook/UncannyAvengers'': Launched in 2012, this new title deals with the aftermath of ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' that acts as a sort of bridge team between the Avengers and the X-Men as a result of Captain America wanting to reach out and do a better job of helping out the mutants. So far the team is known to include Captain America, Wolverine, Thor, Rogue, Scarlet Witch, Sunfire, the Wasp, Wonder Man, and Havok. It was relaunched following the Comicbook/{{AXIS}} event with a partially new cast and will undergo another one following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, once again with a updated roster.
* ''ComicBook/AvengersAI'': Running from 2013 to 2014, the book focused on a new team spinning out of the ''Age of Ultron'' CrisisCrossover. The team was lead by Hank Pym and featured the Vision, [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Victor Mancha]], Monica Chang, and new characters [[ActuallyADoombot Doombot]] and Alexis.
* ''Avengers World'': A 2014 ongoing comic focusing on the new expanded roster of the Avengers as they work to tackle multiple threats across the world. It acted as additional supplemental material, with each issue focusing on individual characters in the team as the two main Avengers books began to focus more on their interconnected story that lead into the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 2015 Secret Wars event]].
* ''ComicBook/AForce'': A 2015-16 title launched during the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars event]] featuring a AmazonBrigade of Avengers from a number of different worlds coming together.

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* ''Comicbook/UncannyAvengers'': Launched in 2012, this new title deals with the aftermath of ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' that acts as a sort of bridge team between the Avengers and the X-Men as a result of Captain America wanting to reach out and do a better job of helping out the mutants. So far mutants.
* ''ComicBook/AvengersAI'': Running from 2013 to 2014,
the book focused on a team is known to include Captain America, Wolverine, Thor, Rogue, Scarlet Witch, Sunfire, of robotics-based heroes spinning out of the Wasp, Wonder Man, ''Age of Ultron'' CrisisCrossover. The team was led by Hank Pym and Havok. It was relaunched following featured the Comicbook/{{AXIS}} event with a partially Vision, [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Victor Mancha]], Monica Chang, and new cast characters [[ActuallyADoombot Doombot]] and will undergo another one following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, once again with a updated roster.Alexis.
* ''ComicBook/AvengersAI'': Running from 2013 to 2014, the book focused on a new team spinning out of the ''Age of Ultron'' CrisisCrossover. The team was lead by Hank Pym and featured the Vision, [[Comicbook/{{Runaways}} Victor Mancha]], Monica Chang, and new characters [[ActuallyADoombot Doombot]] and Alexis.
* ''Avengers World'': A 2014 ongoing 2014-2015 comic focusing on the new expanded roster of the Avengers as they work to tackle multiple threats across the world. It acted as additional supplemental material, with each issue focusing on individual characters in the team as the two main Avengers books began to focus more on [[ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers their interconnected story story]] that lead led into the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 2015 Secret Wars event]].
''ComicBook/SecretWars2015''.
* ''ComicBook/AForce'': A 2015-16 title launched during the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars event]] ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' featuring a AmazonBrigade of Avengers from a number of different worlds coming together.



** ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015'': A main-universe Ultimates team, launched as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel after the Ultimate line concluded. It features Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Monica Rambeau, and America Chavez as the title group, seeking to solve omniversal problems that are normally above even the Avengers' weight class.
* ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentAvengers'': A new title released during the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' initiative following ''Secret Wars'' starring a more grounded version of the team comprised of Captain America (Sam Wilson), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Thor ([[spoiler:Jane Foster]]), the Vision, Ms. Marvel ([[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Kamala Khan]]), Nova ([[ComicBook/{{Nova}} Sam Alexander]]) and Spider-Man ([[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan Miles Morales]]). This version deals with the team not having unlimited funds and half the team still being teenagers with problems like school.

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** ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015'': A main-universe Ultimates team, launched as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel after the Ultimate line concluded. It features Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Monica Rambeau, some of Marvel's most powerful and America Chavez intelligent heroes as the title group, seeking they seek to solve omniversal problems that are normally above even the Avengers' weight class.
class, such as curing Galactus' hunger.
* ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentAvengers'': A new title released Released during the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' initiative following ''Secret Wars'' starring a more grounded version of the team comprised of Captain America (Sam Wilson), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Thor ([[spoiler:Jane Foster]]), the Vision, Ms. Marvel ([[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Kamala Khan]]), Nova ([[ComicBook/{{Nova}} Sam Alexander]]) and Spider-Man ([[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan Miles Morales]]).team. This version deals with the team not having unlimited funds and half the team still being teenagers with problems like school. It ran from 2015-2016 before the title went back to being just ''Avengers''.
** ''ComicBook/{{Champions|2016}}'': Disillusioned with how the adult heroes have been acting after ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'', the teen half of ''All-New All-Different'' gather some other younger heroes and strike out on their own.
* ''Occupy Avengers'': Another team formed from the aftermath of ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'', ''Occupy'' features unpowered heroes going on the road to help everyday people.
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* ''ComicBook/WestCoastAvengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers West Coast''): A spin-off book that began in 1985 running through 1993. Was subjected to a reboot/revamp in 1994, becoming the DarkerAndEdgier ''Force Works'', lasting two years before being canceled. The founding members were Hawkeye, Mockingbird, War Machine (as Iron Man), Tigra, and Wonder Man.

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* ''ComicBook/WestCoastAvengers'' (later renamed ''Avengers West Coast''): A spin-off book that began in 1985 running through 1993. Was subjected to a reboot/revamp in 1994, becoming the DarkerAndEdgier ''Force Works'', lasting two years before being canceled. The founding members were Hawkeye, Mockingbird, War Machine (as Iron Man), Tigra, and Wonder Man.Man.
** ''Force Works'': A 1994-96 DarkerAndEdgier reboot/revamp of ''West Coast''.



* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'': First debuting in 1997, [[ThePsychoRangers the Avengers' evil counterpart]], the Masters of Evil, decided to pretend to be heroes when the Avengers are presumed dead after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}'', but ended up turning good for good after getting a taste of life as heroes. The group however fell on hard times and after the events of ''Comicbook/CivilWar'', was co-opted by the government and given to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who corrupted the program (and was later moved into his own book with most of the cast brought in with the reboot into ''Dark Avengers''). With Norman's defeat, the book is back to dealing with redemption with the title [[BoxedCrook focusing on criminals being offered time off of their sentences in exchange for going on missions.]] The book has since been renamed "Dark Avengers" while an "In Name Only" version of Thunderbolts with no ties to the existing team has been launched, lead by the Red Hulk and featuring Deadpool, Venom, Elektra, and Punisher.
* ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'': Replaced the regular Avengers comic in 2004. With the return of the main Avengers title, it has continued as the adventures of a second official team. Headed by Comicbook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, who was explicitly given permission to choose anyone he wanted (except Iron Man and Thor), the roster has rotated somewhat over the years but typically includes his wife Comicbook/JessicaJones, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, Franchise/SpiderMan, Mockingbird, the Thing, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. Hawkeye, Comicbook/DoctorStrange, and Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} have also featured, along with Strange's assistant Wong and also Comicbook/SquirrelGirl (as a babysitter for Cage's daughter). After the Marvel NOW! relaunch, ''New Avengers'' will feature a team consisting of the Illuminati, with Beast replacing [[spoiler:the deceased]] Charles Xavier and the Black Panther joining up. Following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, another new volume will be released featuring Sunspot having taken over A.I.M and turning it into Avengers Idea Mechanics, with the rest of the team initially being made up of Wiccan, Hulking, Squirrel Girl, Songbird, White Tiger and Power Man and Hawkeye.
* ''YoungAvengers'': Created by Allan Heinberg the first run was 2005 through 2006, about a {{Comicbook/Teen Titan|s}}-esque group of young heroes who gathered following the events of "Avengers Disassembled" by an alternate universe version of Kang the Conquerer. Despite originally patterning themselves after the original core group, most have completely different connections to the Avengers, if any at all. Among the heroes recruited are Wiccan and Speed, Vision and Scarlet Witch's long lost children, who would later seek the Avengers' help in finding their missing mother. Has had multiple mini series starring the group with a new ongoing set to debut in 2013, led by Kid Loki.

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* ''ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers'': A joke team that debuted in 1989 and received their own book in 2006 and 2016.
* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'': First debuting in 1997, [[ThePsychoRangers the Avengers' evil counterpart]], the Masters of Evil, decided to pretend to be heroes when the Avengers are presumed dead after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}'', but ended up turning good for good after getting a taste of life as heroes. The group however fell on hard times and after the events of ''Comicbook/CivilWar'', was co-opted by the government and given to ComicBook/NormanOsborn, who corrupted the program (and was later moved into his own book with most of the cast brought in with the reboot into ''Dark Avengers''). With Norman's defeat, the book is back to dealing with redemption with the title [[BoxedCrook focusing on criminals being offered time off of their sentences in exchange for going on missions.]] The book has since been was eventually renamed "Dark Avengers" while an "In Name Only" version of Thunderbolts with no ties to the existing team has been was launched, lead by the Red Hulk and featuring Deadpool, Venom, Elektra, and Punisher.Punisher. Another relaunch after that brought back much of the original team, now led by the Winter Soldier.
** ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'': A second book featuring an evil counterpart team, whose history has become entwined with the Thunderbolts. Initially a short-lived book (2009 through 2010) set during ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' about a Norman Osborn led team of supervillains disguised as the Avengers. Though cancelled after the events of "Siege", a new team appeared in the pages of New Avengers v2 though in a twist, the group was betrayed by one of their own (Skaar). The new team were ultimately transitioned into the pages of the Thunderbolts, which was renamed "Dark Avengers" and the group were joined by Moonstone and [=USAgent=].

* ''Comicbook/NewAvengers'': Replaced the regular Avengers comic in 2004. With the return of the main Avengers title, it has continued as the adventures of a second official team. Headed by Comicbook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}}, who was explicitly given permission to choose anyone he wanted (except Iron Man and Thor), the roster has rotated somewhat over the years but typically includes his wife Comicbook/JessicaJones, Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, Franchise/SpiderMan, Mockingbird, the Thing, and [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. Hawkeye, Comicbook/DoctorStrange, and Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} have also featured, along with Strange's assistant Wong and also Comicbook/SquirrelGirl (as a babysitter for Cage's daughter). After the Marvel NOW! relaunch, ''New Avengers'' will feature featured a team consisting of the Illuminati, with Beast replacing [[spoiler:the deceased]] Charles Xavier and the Black Panther joining up. up.
** ''ComicBook/NewAvengers2015'':
Following ComicBook/SecretWars2015, another new volume will be was released featuring Sunspot having taken over A.I.M M. and turning it into Avengers Idea Mechanics, with the rest of the team initially being made up of Wiccan, Hulking, Squirrel Girl, Songbird, White Tiger and Power Man and Hawkeye.
** ''ComicBook/USAvengers'': A relaunch of the 2015 ''New'' team, where A.I.M. now works for the American government.
* ''YoungAvengers'': ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'': Created by Allan Heinberg the first run was 2005 through 2006, about a {{Comicbook/Teen Titan|s}}-esque group of young heroes who gathered following the events of "Avengers Disassembled" by an alternate universe version of Kang the Conquerer. Despite originally patterning themselves after the original core group, most have completely different connections to the Avengers, if any at all. Among the heroes recruited are Wiccan and Speed, Vision and Scarlet Witch's long lost children, who would later seek the Avengers' help in finding their missing mother. Has had multiple mini series starring the group with a new ongoing set to debut in 2013, led by Kid Loki.



* ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'': Running from 2007 to 2010, the book follows the aftermath of the ComicBook/CivilWar, Iron Man opens "Camp Hammond", a military base where heroes old and young are put into bootcamp to train them to be "proper" heroes. Unfortunately everything that can go wrong actually goes almost horribly wrong with young heroes dying, mysterious attacks on faculty, a secret black ops team, alien invasions, numerous betrayals, and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Ultimately shut down following the events of ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' and The ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'' and relaunched (literally and figuratively) as Comicbook/AvengersAcademy.
* ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'': Initially a short-lived book (2009 through 2010) set during ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' about a Norman Osborn led team of supervillains disguised as the Avengers. Though cancelled after the events of "Siege", a new team appeared in the pages of New Avengers v2 though in a twist, the group was betrayed by one of their own (Skaar). The new team were ultimately transitioned into the pages of the Thunderbolts, which was renamed "Dark Avengers" and the group were joined by Moonstone and [=USAgent=].

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* A series of books involving young Avengers-in-training:
**
''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'': Running from 2007 to 2010, the book follows the aftermath of the ComicBook/CivilWar, Iron Man opens "Camp Hammond", a military base where heroes old and young are put into bootcamp to train them to be "proper" heroes. Unfortunately everything that can go wrong actually goes almost horribly wrong with young heroes dying, mysterious attacks on faculty, a secret black ops team, alien invasions, numerous betrayals, and ComicBook/NormanOsborn. Ultimately shut down following the events of ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' and The ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'' and relaunched (literally and figuratively) as Comicbook/AvengersAcademy.
* ''ComicBook/DarkAvengers'': Initially a short-lived ** ''Comicbook/AvengersAcademy'': Running from 2010 to 2012, the book (2009 through 2010) set during ''ComicBook/DarkReign'' about follows Hank Pym (the real one, not the Skrull who ran ''Avengers Initiative'') and a group of experienced heroes (Tigra, Justice, Speedball, Quicksilver, and Jocasta) team up to train young heroes. Originally the book focused upon a group of young teenagers recruited or forcibly turned into super-powered beings by Norman Osborn led team of supervillains disguised as during his time running the Avengers. Though cancelled after Avengers Initiative, in hopes of ensuring that they don't become super-villains. Following the events of "Siege", a new ''ComicBook/FearItself'', they have opened the team appeared in the pages of New Avengers v2 though in a twist, the group was betrayed by one of their own (Skaar). The new team were ultimately transitioned into the pages up to all heroes and have taken on other teen heroes like Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon, formerly Araña), ComicBook/{{X 23}}, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson, son of the Thunderbolts, original Thunderstrike), and White Tiger to the Academy.
** ''ComicBook/AvengersArena'': A 2013 series launching with the premise of young heroes of Marvel (including five characters from ''ComicBook/AvengersAcademy'') fighting to the death, trapped on an island by supervillain Arcade, who has taken several levels in being a bad-ass as far as him seeking to kill the kids in order to regain his reputation as an assassin.
** ''Comicbook/AvengersUndercover'': A 2014 series that is a direct follow-up to Comicbook/AvengersArena
which was renamed "Dark Avengers" and follows five teen survivors of the group were joined by Moonstone and [=USAgent=]. book ([[BreakTheCutie who are beyond broken]]) infiltrating Bagalia, the Masters of Evil's own sovereign nation, all the while deciding if they want to be heroes or join the dark side.



* ''Comicbook/AvengersAcademy'': Running from 2010 to 2012, the book follows Hank Pym (the real one, not the Skrull who ran ''Avengers Initiative'') and a group of experienced heroes (Tigra, Justice, Speedball, Quicksilver, and Jocasta) team up to train young heroes. Originally the book focused upon a group of young teenagers recruited or forcibly turned into super-powered beings by Norman Osborn during his time running the Avengers Initiative, in hopes of ensuring that they don't become super-villains. Following the events of ''ComicBook/FearItself'', they have opened the team up to all heroes and have taken on other teen heroes like Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon, formerly Araña), ComicBook/{{X 23}}, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson, son of the original Thunderstrike), and White Tiger to the Academy.



* ''ComicBook/AvengersArena'': A 2013 series launching with the premise of young heroes of Marvel (including five characters from ''ComicBook/AvengersAcademy'') fighting to the death, trapped on an island by supervillain Arcade, who has taken several levels in being a bad-ass as far as him seeking to kill the kids in order to regain his reputation as an assassin.



* ''Comicbook/AvengersUndercover'': A 2014 series that is a direct follow-up to Comicbook/AvengersArena which follows five teen survivors of the book ([[BreakTheCutie who are beyond broken]]) infiltrating Bagalia, the Masters of Evil's own sovereign nation, all the while deciding if they want to be heroes or join the dark side.



* ''ComicBook/AForce'': A new title released in 2015 during the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars event]] featuring a AmazonBrigade of Avengers from a number of different worlds coming together. It is set to continue after the event as a ongoing book.
* ''ComicBook/TheUltimates'': The UltimateUniverse counterpart of the Avengers debuting in 2002. This version draws many comparisons to ''Comicbook/TheAuthority'', with taking a "widescreen" action approach along with attempts to take a look at how such actions would come across in a closer to real world setting. After a line wide relaunch it split into two different teams: Ultimate Avengers and The Ultimates, but another relaunch reunited under the Ultimates banner. Following [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars]] in the fall of 2015, as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel, a new ongoing series launches featuring Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Monica Rambeau, and America Chavez as the title group.

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* ''ComicBook/AForce'': A new 2015-16 title released in 2015 launched during the [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars event]] featuring a AmazonBrigade of Avengers from a number of different worlds coming together. It is set to continue after the event as a ongoing book.
together.
* ''ComicBook/TheUltimates'': The UltimateUniverse ComicBook/UltimateMarvel counterpart of the Avengers debuting in 2002. This version draws many comparisons to ''Comicbook/TheAuthority'', with taking a "widescreen" action approach along with attempts to take a look at how such actions would come across in a closer to real world setting. After a line wide relaunch it split into two different teams: Ultimate Avengers and The Ultimates, but another relaunch reunited under the Ultimates banner. Following [[ComicBook/SecretWars2015 Secret Wars]] in the fall of 2015, banner.
** ''ComicBook/TheUltimates2015'': A main-universe Ultimates team, launched
as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel, a new ongoing series launches featuring ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel after the Ultimate line concluded. It features Black Panther, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Monica Rambeau, and America Chavez as the title group.group, seeking to solve omniversal problems that are normally above even the Avengers' weight class.
8th Jan '17 1:36:32 PM nombretomado
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The team made their television debut in ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', a 1966 AnimatedAnthology that brought the comics to life through ClipArtAnimation. In 1999 they had a short-lived animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand''. Additionally, the two ''UltimateAvengers'' direct-to-dvd animated films were LighterAndSofter versions of the team, and an origin for TheUltimates. A more successful animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ran from 2010-2012. ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' can be considered a LighterAndSofter take on the Avengers. Another cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', premiered in 2013. An {{anime}} adaptation of the franchise called ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'' is being produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation and airs on Japanese television in 2014.

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The team made their television debut in ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', a 1966 AnimatedAnthology that brought the comics to life through ClipArtAnimation. In 1999 they had a short-lived animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand''. Additionally, the two ''UltimateAvengers'' direct-to-dvd animated films were LighterAndSofter versions of the team, and an origin for TheUltimates.ComicBook/TheUltimates. A more successful animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ran from 2010-2012. ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' can be considered a LighterAndSofter take on the Avengers. Another cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', premiered in 2013. An {{anime}} adaptation of the franchise called ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'' is being produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation and airs on Japanese television in 2014.



* AlternateContinuity: TheUltimates is a version of the team that is tilted heavily towards a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism cynical viewpoint]].

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* AlternateContinuity: TheUltimates ComicBook/TheUltimates is a version of the team that is tilted heavily towards a [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism cynical viewpoint]].
1st Jan '17 4:11:27 PM Xtifr
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The team made their television debut in ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', a 1966 AnimatedAnthology that brought the comics to life through ClipArtAnimation. In 1999 they had a short-lived animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand''. Additionally, the two ''UltimateAvengers'' direct-to-dvd animated films were LighterAndSofter versions of the team, and an origin for TheUltimates. A more successful animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ran from 2010-2012. ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' can be considered a LighterAndSofter take on the Avengers. Another cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', premiered in 2013. An {{anime}} adaptation of the franchise called ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'' is being produced by {{Toei}} and airs on Japanese television in 2014.

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The team made their television debut in ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelSuperHeroes'', a 1966 AnimatedAnthology that brought the comics to life through ClipArtAnimation. In 1999 they had a short-lived animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersUnitedTheyStand''. Additionally, the two ''UltimateAvengers'' direct-to-dvd animated films were LighterAndSofter versions of the team, and an origin for TheUltimates. A more successful animated series, ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ran from 2010-2012. ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' can be considered a LighterAndSofter take on the Avengers. Another cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'', premiered in 2013. An {{anime}} adaptation of the franchise called ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'' is being produced by {{Toei}} Creator/ToeiAnimation and airs on Japanese television in 2014.
9th Nov '16 5:52:06 AM darkchiefy
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* PerformerGuise: In the first (1963) issue, the Hulk is hiding out as a clownfaced circus strongman/robot.
24th Jul '16 11:07:55 PM DragonRanger
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* Allied heroes: ComicBook/AntMan (Creator/PaulRudd), ComicBook/BlackPanther (Creator/ChadwickBoseman), and ComicBook/SpiderMan (Creator/TomHolland) fought alongside established Avengers 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 setting later on.

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* Allied heroes: ComicBook/AntMan (Creator/PaulRudd), ComicBook/BlackPanther (Creator/ChadwickBoseman), and ComicBook/SpiderMan (Creator/TomHolland) fought alongside established Avengers in ''Civil War''. ComicBook/TheWasp (Creator/EvangelineLilly), ComicBook/DoctorStrange (Creator/BenedictCumberbatch), and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] (role not yet cast) (Creator/BrieLarson) are scheduled to debut in the setting later on.
21st Jul '16 11:33:01 PM helterskelter
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[[caption-width-right:350:AVENGERS ASSEMBLE![[note]]Pictured, left to right: [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], ComicBook/TheVision, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WonderMan, [[ComicBook/AntMan Henry Pym]], Comicbook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, and Triathlon. Not pictured: [[ComicBook/TheWasp Wasp]], Franchise/SpiderMan, and about [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters a hundred other heroes]]]][[/note]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:AVENGERS ASSEMBLE![[note]]Pictured, left to right: [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], ComicBook/TheVision, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WonderMan, [[ComicBook/AntMan Henry Pym]], Comicbook/ScarletWitch, ComicBook/{{Quicksilver}}, Comicbook/MsMarvel, and Triathlon. Not pictured: [[ComicBook/TheWasp Wasp]], Franchise/SpiderMan, Franchise/{{Hawkeye}}, and about [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters a hundred other heroes]]]][[/note]]
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