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Avengers The Complete Collection by Geoff Johns Vol 1 1



Appearing in "New Alliances"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #57.

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Synopsis for "New Alliances"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #57.

Yellowjacket and Wasp enjoy some quality time together and seem to be falling in love all over again. The Falcon calls upon the Avengers to help him bring in Mr. Hyde. They assist in locating the villain and, together, take him down. The heroes return to the Mansion to learn that the world's capitals are being engulfed in mysterious maelstroms and then vanishing. The United Nations calls upon the Avengers to take action during this time of crisis.

Appearing in "Assembled"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #58.

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Synopsis for "Assembled"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #58.

The Avengers take control of the situation: Captain America addresses the UN and Tony Stark gains the support of the European Union. Namor comes to the rescue of a US navy ship threatened by a mysterious maelstrom and returns to active duty. Elsewhere, the Wasp and Yellowjacket, caught in the maelstrom that took Washington, discover that the world's capitals have been merged into one big city and it seems that the villain Scorpio is behind it all.

Appearing in "Friends & Enemies"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #59.

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  • In-Betweener
  • Alarico Ramirez (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)

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Synopsis for "Friends & Enemies"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #59.

It would seem that Scorpio using the Zodiac Key has managed to split apart the In-Betweener, a being who embodies the balance between Chaos and Order. The Avengers decide to confront Order, who is roaming the Earth, and hope to rejoin him with Chaos which will close the doorways and return the cities to their proper places. Order turns hostile on them and takes the Avengers out. Fortunately, Thor decides to join the battle.

Appearing in "Chaos & Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #60.

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Synopsis for "Chaos & Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #60.

Thor leads the Avengers to victory over the Order part of the In-Betweener and they join the rest of the team to confront Scorpio. The Avengers battle Scorpio while the Scarlet Witch uses her Chaos magic to rejoin the two halves of the In-Betweener. With the in-Betweener restored, Scorpio loses the source of his power and makes his exit. The In-Betweener restores the capitals to their proper place and before returning to his realm he issues a dire warning about the Avengers' future.

Appearing in "The Powers That Be!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #61.

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Synopsis for "The Powers That Be!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #61.

The U.N. recognizes the Avengers as a world power and the Avengers Mansion becomes the Avengers Embassy. Gyrich is assigned as the Avengers' official U.N. liaison. Cap solidifies the Avengers roster as the new roster is presented to the media. The United States government is not impressed that the Avengers no longer report to them and ensure that Gyrich will keep them well informed.

Appearing in "Broken Hearts"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #62.

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Synopsis for "Broken Hearts"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #62.

Scott Lang, because of his recent adventures with the Avengers, looses custody of his daughter to his ex-wife who is remarrying. He decides to throw all of energy into becoming an Avenger. Meanwhile Jack of Hearts learns a few things about his past and that he'll have to spend more time in the Zero Room to prevent his powers from detonating. He doesn't take the news well and takes out his anger and frustration on Iron Man, Yellowjacket, and the newly reinstated Ant-Man.

Appearing in "Standoff: Part 3"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #63.

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Synopsis for "Standoff: Part 3"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #63.

Thor and Iron Man, wearing the enchanted armor, continue their devastating battle. Captain America finally manages to break up the battle and after taking a bit of a beating, he's able to reason with Thor. Thor realizes the line that he's crossed and steps down as an Avenger. Meanwhile, Dr. Doom annexes Slokovia promising them aid and religious freedom.

Appearing in "Yesterday and Tomorrow"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #1.

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Synopsis for "Yesterday and Tomorrow"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #1.

After a flashback to 1939 where Phineas Horton is struggling to keep what eventually will become the Human Torch from bursting into flames, a boy encounters the Vision in a cemetery.

Appearing in "Eye of the Beholder"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #2.

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Synopsis for "Eye of the Beholder"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #2.



Appearing in "Father of the Machine"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #3.

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  • Gremlin (Main story and flashback)

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Synopsis for "Father of the Machine"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #3.



Appearing in "Dogfight"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #4.

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Synopsis for "Dogfight"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Icons: The Vision #4.



Appearing in "Standoff: Part 1"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor Vol 2 #58.

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  • Slokovian worshipper of Thor

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Synopsis for "Standoff: Part 1"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor Vol 2 #58.

In Slokovia, the peasants have formed a religion based on Thor, while they are being terrorized by their own government. Their church is discovered by the Slokovian army, and they are all executed. Their death cries are heard by Heimdall, who reports it to Thor. In Asgard, Thor meets with Balder and the rest and decides that they will go to Slokovia. Their army is no match for the Asgardians and in Washington, Iron Man is summoned to the Pentagon, where he is told to try to reign in his former teammate. Iron Man goes to Asgard to try to talk to Thor about what he is doing, only to be told that it will continue, and Thor himself will oversee it personally. Iron Man jets off toward Slokovia, when his communications is interrupted by Doctor Doom. Thor arrives in Slokovia just in time to see their army deploy nerve gas to try to stop the Asgardians, only to wind up harming their own people. Thor does away with the gas and begins to attack the army, when Iron Man appears in front of him, telling him that he will fight if he has to.

Appearing in "Standoff - Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Iron Man Vol 3 #64.

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Synopsis for "Standoff - Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Iron Man Vol 3 #64.

Thor and Iron Man continue their standoff in Slokovia. Iron Man flies off, when Doctor Doom patches in and tells Iron Man they they should meet. Doom and Tony meet in Latveria, where Doom tells him that he should power a suit of armor with the Asgardian power source given to Tony. He tells Doom, that there is no such thing. Meanwhile, Thor and Balder talk about how the Slokovian army still has not withdrawn, and on the news there are reports of anti-Thor groups popping up now, almost as fast as the pro-Thor groups. Back at Stark International, Tony arrives and he does indeed of a specialty suit of armor for taking on Thor - powered by the energy source given to him by Thor a few issues ago. But while they are discussing that, spies steal the plans and transport them to Doctor Doom. Iron Man, now in his Thor-buster armor, goes back and stands toe-to-toe with Thor. Using his power source to absorb and re-channel the energy used against him. As the army begins to move in, they are stopped by Captain America, who states that they are too far gone to stop now. And as mystic hammer collides with iron fist - an explosion devastates the surrounding area.

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