History Radar / TheAvengers

17th Mar '18 8:46:49 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* The Sons of the Serpent, who were basically a CaptainErsatz of the infamous Ku Klux Klan. As Stan Lee could not make a direct mention of racism, the Serpents spoke in vague terms; but in terms that were both vague and highly explicit. Consider this quotation: "''Say it with me, America! Let all repeat the sacred Serpent oath! "As the first serpent drove Adam and Eve from Eden, so shall we drive from this land the unfit, the foreign-born, the inferior! We are the sons of the serpent!"''". As you see, there is no mention to black people or white supremacy, but you would have to live inside a bubble for not reading between the lines... specially if you were in 1966, with the racial conflicts as a very real and tangible real-life topic, and with Malcolm X and Martin Luther King still in the newspapers instead of in the history books.

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* The Sons of the Serpent, who were basically a CaptainErsatz of the infamous Ku Klux Klan. As Stan Lee could not make a direct mention of racism, the Serpents spoke in vague terms; but in terms that were both vague and highly explicit. Consider this quotation: "''Say it with me, America! Let all repeat the sacred Serpent oath! "As the first serpent drove Adam and Eve from Eden, so shall we drive from this land the unfit, the foreign-born, the inferior! We are the sons of the serpent!"''".serpent!''". As you see, there is no mention to black people or white supremacy, but you would have to live inside a bubble for not reading between the lines... specially if you were in 1966, with the racial conflicts as a very real and tangible real-life topic, and with Malcolm X and Martin Luther King still in the newspapers instead of in the history books.
12th Aug '17 4:20:36 AM AP
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* In Avengers #125 (vol 1), While the Avengers are fighting an alien invasion from Thanos, there's a panel showing a busted alien ship falling toward the street. Some civilians are fleeing the scene and in the background, a theater marquee is visible. A civilian partially obscures the marquee with his arm as he runs away, but it's apparent the movie is ''Film/DeepThroat''.

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* In Avengers #125 (vol 1), While the Avengers are fighting an alien invasion from Thanos, there's a panel showing a busted alien ship falling toward the street. Some civilians are fleeing the scene and in the background, a theater marquee is visible. A civilian partially obscures the marquee with his arm as he runs away, but it's apparent the movie is ''Film/DeepThroat''.[[ExplicitContent Deep Throat]].
12th Aug '17 4:18:11 AM AP
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* In Avengers #125 (vol 1), While the Avengers are fighting an alien invasion from Thanos, there's a panel showing a busted alien ship falling toward the street. Some civilians are fleeing the scene and in the background, a theater marquee is visible. A civilian partially obscures the marquee with his arm as he runs away, but it's apparent the movie is ''Film/DeepThroat''.
7th May '15 1:42:47 PM MrDeath
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* The first appearence of Wonder Man, who died at the end of the issue. It was arranged so that he died because Zemo did not gave him a medicine in time, which is a bit of a technicality, but less obvious than if Zemo actually shot him or some such.
6th May '15 7:05:39 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* The first appearence of Wonder Man, who died at the end of the issue. It was arranged so that he died because Zemo did not gave him a medicine in time, wich is a bit of a technicism, but less evident than if Zemo actually shot him with a special weapon or something like that.

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** The narration in that scene is pretty blatant too: 'as he softly slips between the delicate folds of Carina's soul'. Yeah, that's one word away from porn.
* The first appearence of Wonder Man, who died at the end of the issue. It was arranged so that he died because Zemo did not gave him a medicine in time, wich which is a bit of a technicism, technicality, but less evident obvious than if Zemo actually shot him with a special weapon or something like that.some such.
19th Mar '15 11:30:52 PM Tuckerscreator
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** Not to mention the pink bodysuit she wears underneath.



* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted being impregnated by him. Or, in layman's terms: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus' mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.

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* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted being impregnated by him. Or, in layman's terms: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus' mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.
7th Sep '14 2:12:05 PM LanceOmikron
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* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted to be impregnated. Or, it can be said is less fantasy words: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.

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* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted to be impregnated. being impregnated by him. Or, it can be said is less fantasy words: in layman's terms: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus Marcus' mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.
13th Sep '13 3:37:41 PM LBHills
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* Mantis was hurted during a fight with the Zodiac, but her great self-control works as a sort of HealingFactor. She's taken to her bed, and her boyfriend, the Swordsman, stays with her.
-->'''Vision:'''She's a great woman, swordsman. Even hurt, her control of her body and mind nears perfection.

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* Mantis was hurted wounded during a fight with the Zodiac, but her great self-control works as a sort of HealingFactor. She's taken to her bed, and her boyfriend, the Swordsman, stays with her.
-->'''Vision:'''She's a great woman, swordsman.Swordsman. Even hurt, her control of her body and mind nears perfection.
24th Jun '13 4:42:16 PM MarkLungo
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* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted to be impregnated. Or, it can be said is less fantasy words: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.

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* Avengers 200 introduces Marcus Immortus, the son of Immortus, trapped alone in Limbo since his father's death. To escape to Earth, he needed to be born in Earth, teleporting was not an option. Selecting Ms. Marvel to be his "mother", for her unique strength, he teleported her from Earth to Limbo, seduced her, and "with a subtle boost from Immortus' machines", she accepted to be impregnated. Or, it can be said is less fantasy words: he kidnapped her, drugged her and raped her. In Avengers Annual 10, free from Marcus mind control, she gave a monumental WhatTheHellHero lecture to her former teammates.teammates.
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24th Jun '13 4:41:56 PM MarkLungo
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->''Note: This section is only for the 60s and 70s, when the Avengers were under the rules of the ComicsCode. The modern Avengers have no "Radar"''.

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->''Note: This section is only for the 60s and 70s, when the Avengers were under the rules of the ComicsCode.UsefulNotes/TheComicsCode. The modern Avengers have no "Radar"''.
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