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* TheMagazineRule: Squirrel Girl reads "CHTTT!!! weekly". No. We have no clue what it's about. [[CaptainObvious Outside of squirrels]].

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* TheMagazineRule: Squirrel Girl reads "CHTTT!!! weekly". No. We have no clue what it's about. [[CaptainObvious Outside of squirrels]].squirrels.


* EnergyAbsorption: Moridun can absorb energy in apparently all forms, magic, souls, whatnot. Yeah. Shooting it with a concentrated [[HardLight Photon Blast]] is a phenomenally bad idea. [[FridgeBrilliance So that's why the lights go out around it]]!

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* EnergyAbsorption: Moridun can absorb energy in apparently all forms, magic, souls, whatnot. Yeah. Shooting it with a concentrated [[HardLight Photon Blast]] is a phenomenally bad idea. [[FridgeBrilliance So that's [[EvilIsNotWellLit That's why the lights go out around it]]!it]].


** The Maker is constantly referenced to come in "slices". While initially it seems like just a reference to his fate in Secret Wars, near the end of the series it is revealed [[spoiler: he has been "sliced" into the multiverse, enabling him to travel to different realities.]]

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** The Maker is constantly referenced to come in "slices". While initially it seems like just a reference to his fate in Secret Wars, near the end of the series it is revealed [[spoiler: he has been "sliced" into the multiverse, enabling meaning there's a copies of him to in every reality who can travel to different realities.between them now.]]


''New Avengers'' ran for a total of eighteen issues, ending in November 2016. In January 2017, it will be relaunched as ''ComicBook/USAvengers'', with the team being rebranded as the ''American'' Intelligence Mechanics.

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''New Avengers'' ran for a total of eighteen issues, ending in November 2016. In January 2017, it will be was relaunched as ''ComicBook/USAvengers'', with the team being rebranded as the ''American'' Intelligence Mechanics.


** The preview in the Marvel Now one-shot shows Danielle Cage, the Captain of America of 20xx from Ewing's ''Ultron Forever'' mini-event returning. She and what's left of her team travel back to the modern day in issue 5.

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** The preview in the Marvel Now one-shot shows Danielle Cage, the Captain of America of 20xx from Ewing's ''Ultron Forever'' ''ComicBook/UltronForever'' mini-event returning. She and what's left of her team travel back to the modern day in issue 5.


* GenreSavvy:
** Hulkling has to note that [[spoiler:Moridun]] leading them to the weapon that can destroy it makes no sense unless it had other plans. [[spoiler:That's because the entire plan was to gain control over Wiccan.]]
** At the end of the series, Roberto mentions that he's finally shut down all of A.I.M. and Sam asks if he's sure of that. He amends that to say "99%", as he's certain there's always someone who didn't get the memo.
** Ava breaks the Tiger amulet, but in issue 18 she tells [[spoiler:Angela]] she knows the Tiger God will be back sooner or later.



* MeaningfulEcho: Moridun babbles a seemingly incomprehensible phrase mid-issue 4 that he repeats later at end. It makes a lot more sense when he does[[spoiler:, as we learn that his random attack on Billy earlier on wasn't so random; it was a means to leave a piece of his essence within Billy's mind so that he could slowly gain control and later spread in influence ever wider. GenreSavvy Teddy realizes that Moridun essentially leading them to the weapon that would be his undoing didn't make much sense, but isn't able to put together the "why" of it all.]]

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* MeaningfulEcho: Moridun babbles a seemingly incomprehensible phrase mid-issue 4 that he repeats later at end. It makes a lot more sense when he does[[spoiler:, as we learn that his random attack on Billy earlier on wasn't so random; it was a means to leave a piece of his essence within Billy's mind so that he could slowly gain control and later spread in influence ever wider. GenreSavvy Teddy realizes that Moridun essentially leading them to the weapon that would be his undoing didn't make much sense, but isn't able to put together the "why" of it all.]]


During [[ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers Jonathan Hickman's]] ''ComicBook/{{Avengers}}'', Roberto da Costa / Sunspot (formerly of the ComicBook/NewMutants) bought out AIM (Advanced Idea Mechanics) and transformed it into the ''Avengers'' Idea Mechanics. Operating out of the new Avengers Island is this new AIM's field team, with team leader [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Songbird]] leading [[ComicBook/YoungAvengers Wiccan, Hulkling,]] ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, ComicBook/WhiteTiger, [[ComicBook/MightyAvengers Power Man]], [[AndZoidberg and]] ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} (who is the super secret SHIELD traitor on the team... except that it's not a secret, and everyone knows).

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During [[ComicBook/JonathanHickmansAvengers Jonathan Hickman's]] ''ComicBook/{{Avengers}}'', Roberto da Costa / Sunspot ComicBook/{{Sunspot}} (formerly of the ComicBook/NewMutants) bought out AIM (Advanced Idea Mechanics) and transformed it into the ''Avengers'' Idea Mechanics. Operating out of the new Avengers Island is this new AIM's field team, with team leader [[ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} Songbird]] leading [[ComicBook/YoungAvengers Wiccan, Hulkling,]] ComicBook/SquirrelGirl, ComicBook/WhiteTiger, [[ComicBook/MightyAvengers Power Man]], [[AndZoidberg and]] ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} (who is the super secret SHIELD traitor on the team... except that it's not a secret, and everyone knows).


** Issue 4 begins with Hawkeye bastardising the famous "Space. The final frontier." narration of ''Franchise/StarTrek''

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** Issue 4 begins with Hawkeye bastardising the famous "Space. The final frontier." narration of ''Franchise/StarTrek''''Franchise/StarTrek''.


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** The Plunderer declares he's going to "[[Film/MadMaxFuryRoad die historic on the Plunder road]]".


** The Maker is constantly referenced to come in "slices". While initially it seems like just a reference to his fate in Secret Wars, near the end of the series it is revealed [[spoilers: he has been "sliced" into the multiverse, enabling him to travel to different realities.]]

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** The Maker is constantly referenced to come in "slices". While initially it seems like just a reference to his fate in Secret Wars, near the end of the series it is revealed [[spoilers: [[spoiler: he has been "sliced" into the multiverse, enabling him to travel to different realities.]]

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** The Maker is constantly referenced to come in "slices". While initially it seems like just a reference to his fate in Secret Wars, near the end of the series it is revealed [[spoilers: he has been "sliced" into the multiverse, enabling him to travel to different realities.]]


** Maker refers to W.H.I.S.P.E.R. as "A.I.M. if they were still fun."

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** Maker refers to W.H.I.S.P.E.R. as "A.I.M. if they were still fun."" Given a LampshadeHanging in issue 5.
--->'''Caption for W.H.I.S.P.E.R. Henchman:''' A.I.M. are science goodies now. ''Someone'' had to be science baddies.


* BigBad: [[Comicbook/UltimateFantasticFour Ultimate Reed Richards]].

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* BigBad: [[Comicbook/UltimateFantasticFour Ultimate Reed Richards]].Richards/The Maker]], who is running his new organization of W.H.I.S.P.E.R. in an EvilCounterpart version of the newly heroic A.I.M.


** The Maker also found a reality where WW2 was fought in space. He borrows a space gun from it.

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** The Maker also found a reality where WW2 [=WW2=] was fought in space. He borrows a space gun from it.


''New Avengers'' (collected in trade as ''New Avengers: A.I.M.'') was a 2015 Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} comic book written by Creator/AlEwing and initially drawn by Gerardo Sandoval, though later on a rotating roster of artists was brought in. Launched as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel in the wake of ''ComicBook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}'', it was the fourth volume of ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', but was completely unrelated to any other run of the title.

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''New Avengers'' (collected in trade as ''New Avengers: A.I.M.'') was a 2015 Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} comic book written by Creator/AlEwing and initially drawn primarily by Gerardo Sandoval, though later on a rotating roster of artists was brought in. Marcus To and Paco Medina. Launched as part of ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel in the wake of ''ComicBook/{{Secret Wars|2015}}'', it was the fourth volume of ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'', but was completely unrelated unconnected to any other run of the title.


** [[spoiler:Monica Rappacini and Dr. Forson, the previous head honchos of A.I.M. from Hickman's Avengers, show up for issue 18.]]



** Issue 18 has all the various mutations of A.I.M. from over the years, and a few new ones (including T.I.M., whose members haven't decided what their name actually means).



** Ava breaks the Tiger amulet, but in issue 18 she tells [[spoiler:Angela]] she knows the Tiger God will be back sooner or later.



* GroinAttack: One poor A.I.M. goon gets zapped in the junk by another A.I.M. goon during Roberto's [[spoiler:fake]] funeral.



* HurricaneOfPuns: Roberto plus [[spoiler:a fake funeral. He naturally takes the opportunity to crack as many terrible puns as he can.]]



** Roberto introduces himself in issue 18 by declaring "Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice". Fittingly, the issue title that follows his declaration is part of the Nancy Sinatra song of the same name.



* WrongGenreSavvy: The Maker comes from the grittier, more realistic Ultimate Universe. This causes him to fail to account for some of the more bizarre fantastical elements of the mainstream universe.

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* WrongGenreSavvy: The Maker comes from the grittier, more realistic Ultimate Universe. This causes him to fail to account for some of the more bizarre fantastical elements of the mainstream universe. He's also somehow convinced that ''he's'' the hero of the story, when he quite blatantly isn't.

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