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Appearing in "This Evil Unveiled"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #21.

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  • Ultron's flying warcraft

Synopsis for "This Evil Unveiled"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #21.

UN troops are being decimated by the cyborg citizens of Slorenia as the Avengers do their best in helping the soldiers advance as Captain America sends Black Panther and Firestar to search for Ultron.

Ultron-16 still holds his "family" prisoner and talks about using Hank Pym's brain patterns to create his "children", which causes Pym to start having a mental breakdown. Ultron notices Black Panther and Firestar approaching and confronts them on his war platform as Firestar signals the other Avengers to their position.

Back at the facility in Virginia, a group of robots take out security and free Alkhema while Justice researchers Ultron's past at the Avengers Mansion.

The Avengers launch attack after attack out Ultron and are unsuccessful until Captain America drives his photonic shield-turned-quarterstaff into Ultron's primary ion channel and Thor summons a powerful lightning strike that hits the same spot and destroys Ultron.

Heading into the tunnels beneath Slorenia, the Avengers encounter Ultron-17, then Ultron-23 followed by Ultron-458 before the ceiling and walls echo with the sounds of what seems like hundreds of Ultrons.

Appearing in "This Evil Triumphant!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #22.

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Synopsis for "This Evil Triumphant!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #22.

The Avengers battle on against the hordes of Ultrons, thankfully constructed of only titanium and secondary adamantium, while Ultron completes the brain engrams. The Vision frees himself and confronts Ultron. Their battle frees the other captive family members. The Avenger joins them after dispatching the Ultron horde. Unfortunately, their combined might is powerless against Ultron's pure adamantium body. However, Justice comes through for the team and delivers Antarctic Vibranium (known as the anti-metal) to Pym who apparently destroys Ultron.

Appearing in "Kang, The Conqueror!"

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

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Synopsis for "Kang, The Conqueror!"

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

Kang the Conqueror comes to rule Earth. The Avengers attack and are beaten and captured, apart from the Wasp. She and Rick Jones form a plan and get onto Kang's ship and free the Avengers. The Avengers battle Kang again and manage to defeat him by destroying his suit which controls all his weapons. Kang is forced to flee back into his time.

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This is a UK title that features reprints of American Avengers titles.

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