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Quote1 Ah, the Avengers --!'' Quote2
--Wasp

Appearing in "Once an Avenger…"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #1.

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Synopsis for "Once an Avenger…"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #1.

Across the world, several former members of the Avengers are spontaneously attacked by monsters that all vanish after short battles.

In the Avengers Mansion, shortly after returning from their exile to an alternate reality created by Franklin Richards,[1] the founding members of the Avengers have gathered to discuss the recent attacks on their former teammates. As they sip tea served by Jarvis, the window bursts open by a bolt of lightning and the mighty Thor appears.

Missing for some time, the God of Thunder tells the other heroes that the world is in dire danger and they must put out a call for help. Dozens of former members fill the Mansion of where he has been the last few months. Captain America briefs the crowd, flanked by Giant Man, Iron Man, Thor, and Wasp. Thor explains how as the heroes returned from the pocket dimension created by Franklin Richards to protect them from Onslaught, he and Dr. Doom fought in the interstitial medium between it and Earth-616.[1] Using Mjolnir, the duo were shifted to another plane to continue their battle. When it ended, Thor arrived in Asgard to see it lain in ruins with the Rainbow Bridge shattered, no sign of life, and the Twilight Sword stolen.

The Sword is immeasurably powerful and Thor has surmised that threats have streamed from multiple worlds, leaving all reality in the balance. The expanded Avengers must retrieve it and the mystic Norn Stones before all hope is lost. Separated into five teams, the Avengers head for every corner of the earth, to find the Stones. Captain America's team soon finds themselves captured by Morgan le Fey and her nephew Mordred who have all five of the artifacts. The other squadrons of heroes are distracted by mythical beasts that Fay has called to fight them. Using the power of the stones, combined with the chaos magic of the Scarlet Witch, she uses the Sword to reshape reality. The world turns white and fades away.

Appearing in "The Call"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #2.

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Synopsis for "The Call"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #2.

In a medieval reality, Morgan enjoys tormenting the Avengers despite Modred's warnings that she's growing complacent. Captain America and Hawkeye break Morgan's spell and they attempt to free others. They are partially successful but are forced to withdraw. Meanwhile, the Scarlet Witch's magic summons Wonder Man.

Appearing in "Fata Morgana"

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

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  • Kro (Only appearance; dies)[2]

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Synopsis for "Fata Morgana"

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

Captain America trains his teammates in preparation of the upcoming battle. Morgan loses her cool when she learns of Wanda's escape. Cap leads the attack against Morgan and they are forced to battle the Avengers still under her spell. Wanda joins the battle and summons Wonder Man, who attacks Morgan directly. Wanda powers up Wonder Man with the Avengers' energies and he explodes taking Morgan with him. Most of the Vision's android body is destroyed.

Appearing in "Too Many Avengers!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #4.

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Synopsis for "Too Many Avengers!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #4.

In the aftermath of the battle against Morgan, the final Avengers roster is ironed out. In the meantime, Justice and Firestar prove their worth as they take down Whirlwind. The new roster is announced: Captain America, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Vision, and Warbird, with Justice and Firestar as reserve members. Vision assumes a hologram presence while his body is repaired.

Appearing in "Accusation Most Foul"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #5.

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Synopsis for "Accusation Most Foul"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #5.

The Avengers enjoy a bit of downtime before they're asked to help with the rescue of a downed passenger plane. They arrive on the scene but are challenged by the Squadron Supreme who believe them to be impostors and that the real Avengers died during the Onslaught incident. Both teams battle until Cap decides to withdraw, believing public sympathy will support them. Unfortunately, in the wake of the Thunderbolts and Skrull infiltration, the public is wary of the Avengers. The intervention by the Squadron was a distraction so Imus Champion's agents could steal weaponry from a crashed alien ship.

Appearing in "Earth's Mightest Frauds?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #6.

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Synopsis for "Earth's Mightest Frauds?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #6.

Tension runs a bit high at Avengers mansion until Cap finally decides to investigate Project Pegasus. They snoop around a bit but don't uncover anything suspicious. The Squadron Supreme shows up and they're eager for round two. The Corruptor is revealed as the agent who was mind-controlling the Squadron, and he is defeated. Meanwhile, the real mastermind, Imus Champion, mulls over his thwarted plans.

Appearing in "The Court Martial of Carol Danvers"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #7.

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Synopsis for "The Court Martial of Carol Danvers"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #7.

Warbird's court marshal is interrupted by an alert signaling another threat by the Lunatic Legion. Warbird quits before being booted. The Avengers rush off to the moon where they find the Lunatic Legion sacrificing themselves to power their weapon. Firestar steps up and saves the day.

Appearing in "Turbulence!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #8.

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Synopsis for "Turbulence!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #8.

The rare amount of personal time allowed the Avengers is interrupted by a terrorist attack organized by Moses Magnum. They engaged his soldiers who surprise them and contain them within magnum shields. Triathlon gives them a chance to regroup. However, the terrorist attack is a ruse while they stole an experimental seismic cannon. They unleash the power of the seismic cannon which allows them the opportunity to retreat. They learn also that Silverclaw was forced into her involvement with Magnum since they held hostages. Wonder Man appears to comfort the Scarlet Witch and he kisses her, all under the Vision's observations.

Appearing in "The Villain Who Fell From Grace With the Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #9.

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Synopsis for "The Villain Who Fell From Grace With the Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #9.

The Avengers have infiltrated Magnum's floating resort, the Evangeline. Despite the help of Triathlon and Silverclaw, they are unable to stop Magnum from powering up using the seismic cannon. Wanda is injured in the fighting and Wonder Man appears to pitch in against Magnum. Magnum loses control of his power and is buried alive.

Appearing in "Pomp and Pageantry"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #10.

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Synopsis for "Pomp and Pageantry"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #10.

The New York city citizens celebrate the Avengers' anniversary with a parade and ceremony. Meanwhile, Wanda visits Agatha Harkness and delves into her past and learns what she must do to bring back Wonder Man permanently. The celebrations are interrupted by the Grim Reaper and his new Legion of the Unliving, who defeat the Avengers.

Appearing in "...Always An Avenger!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #11.

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Synopsis for "...Always An Avenger!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #11.

Scarlet Witch returns to Avengers Mansion only to be captured by the Unliving Legion. Meanwhile, the Grim Reaper has established a mystic force wall around central park and gloats over the fallen Avengers. However, Wanda successfully taps into the good nature of the Unliving Legion that was suppressed by the Grim Reaper and she frees them. They freed the Avengers and together they keep the Grim Reaper busy while Wanda turns her chaos magic to restoring Wonder Man to life. Wonder Man then helps take his brother out of action.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Heroes Reborn: The Return #4
  2. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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