Marvel Database

Due to recent developments, please be aware that the use of large language model or generative AIs in writing article content is strictly forbidden. This caveat has now been added to the Manual of Style and Blocking Policy.


Marvel Database

Quote1 Back on Utopia, you were right about one thing: The Avengers should've done more to help mutants. I should've done more. I allowed the world to hate and fear them for far too long. I won't make that mistake again. Quote2
Captain America[src]


Uncanny Avengers, Assemble[]

Following the war between the Avengers and the X-Men, Captain America realized that the Avengers had distanced themselves from the mutant population and their issues and struggles. To remedy that, he envisioned a new division of Avengers in hopes of unifying mutants and humans as one. Alongside the God of Thunder Thor he offered Havok a leading position for the squad, as a symbol to represent mutants and carry on the dream of unity Professor Charles Xavier taught his X-Men about. Their first threat came in the form of a brainwashed Avalanche, who was sent by a revived Red Skull in order to create chaos and increase the fear against mutants. The Avengers managed to save innocent citizens from Avalanche, who ultimately terminated himself at the scene when the fight was over.[1] Wolverine arrived to the scene, informing that Avalanche had reformed himself and that they should investigate his motivations. He was also astonished by the positive impact of Havok's actions for the perspective on mutants as an Avenger.[2]

Uncanny Avengers (Earth-616) from Uncanny Avengers Vol 1 1 variant cover

Humans and mutants in unity

However, the Red Skull had procured the telepathic powers of Xavier's brain after desecrating his remains. He psychically broadcast hate to provoke the population into assaulting mutants. Moreover, he had his S-Men kidnap the Scarlet Witch to weaponize her against mutants. At his School for Gifted Humans, the captured X-Man Rogue rebelled against his plans.[2] However, the Red Skull psychically subdued both of them, forcing them to accompany him and his S-Men in their public introduction as mutant haters. The new group of Avengers opposed the villains, being joined by the Scarlet Witch and Rogue. Unfortunately, their main opponent came to be the powerful Thor, who succumbed to Red Skull's influence.[3] By uniting their forces, the Avengers overpowered Thor and forced the Red Skull to retreat, putting an end to the villain's dreadful plans of racial extermination.[4]

The Avengers Unity Division settled base at the Avengers Mansion. They were joined by the original Avenger Wasp, who bankrolled and promoted the new operation, and the pacifist Wonder Man. In addition to these Avengers, Wolverine recruited the Japanese hero and atomic samurai Sunfire to round up the group. In their first press conference for introduction to the world, the group was catastrophically interrupted by Wonder Man's insane brother, the Grim Reaper. Rogue brutally intercepted the villain, accidentally killing him in public.[5] The incident damaged the fledgling team's reputation and raised tensions between the outcast Rogue and other team members.[6]

Avenge the Earth[]

Captain America was contacted by S.W.O.R.D. commander Abigail Brand about the murder of a Celestial at the hands of Apocalypse's Clan Akkaba. The aggressors were revealed to be the Apocalypse Twins Eimin and Uriel, dark children of Archangel who had been raised in a hell caused by Kang the Conqueror. Thor identified the Twins used Jarnbjorn, a magical axe he had wielded with the ability to destroy Celestial technology. This prompted the God of Thunder to march to battle with Sunfire as the Apocalypse Twins directed their Ship against S.W.O.R.D.'s space station, the Peak VII.[6] Wolverine had privileged information about Clan Akkaba due to his actions as part of the secret killer squad X-Force. This raised suspicions amongst the Avengers.[7]

The Apocalypse Twins evaded being captured at the Akkaba Metropolis by choosing to detonate it, but not before revealing Wolverine's association with secret murder.[7] Meanwhile, Captain America was informed by Immortus of the Apocalypse Twins' plans of obliterating Earth itself to recreate the planet in their dark image. Moreover, they were able to activate a Tachyon Dam in that timeline which prevented interlopers from other moments from physically travelling to it. Upon his return, the Avengers were conflicted over X-Force's past actions. Wolverine, Rogue, Sunfire and Thor chose to assassinate the villains as a solution, while Captain America, the Scarlet Witch, the Wasp and Wonder Man opposed to their ways, with Havok being unable to unite his team.[8] Separated, the Avengers were targeted by Akkaba's Horsemen of Death, revived friends and enemies who served the Apocalypse Twins, namely the Grim Reaper, Banshee, the powerful Sentry and the son of Wolverine Daken.[9]

After being abducted by the Apocalypse Twins to the Akkaba Nebula, the Scarlet Witch was exposed to their cruel future, which was a consequence of the Red Skull triumphing over mutants. Their plan was to build a new world after extinguishing Earth. After revealing their intentions to the world, they attempted to convince the Scarlet Witch to cast a spell to transport all mutants of the world to the new planet, something she complied to in order to combat the Red Skull.[10] However, she secretly planned to assemble mutants as a force against the Apocalypse Twins to prevent their actions. While struggling against the Horsemen of Death, the Avengers were not made aware of her real intentions, which caused Wolverine to ask Rogue to finish her to protect the world.[11] Using lethal force, Rogue slayed the Scarlet Witch, but not before she performed the spell by exhausting Wonder Man's life force to accomplish it. Rogue was subsequently murdered by the Grim Reaper. Mutants were transported away from Earth as the Avengers Unity Division failed in staying united.[12]

Earth was revealed to be doomed at the hands of the Celestial Exitar, who arrived in retaliation for the death of the Celestial killed by Akkaba. The non-mutant Avengers Captain America, Thor and the Wasp tried their best to resist with little success.[13] Thor executed Uriel in an attempt to recollect Jarbjorn and stop Exitar, while Captain America and the Wasp made an attempt to ruin the Tachyon Dam.[14] They failed. Captain America was killed by the Grim Reaper and Earth was crushed by Exitar. Thor retreated to Realm and the Wasp was the only surviving human in the ruins of Earth.[15]

Eimin created a mutant utopia in Planet X ruled by the X-Council. The population of this new world was not aware that she had been responsible for Earth's destruction. The Wasp, Havok and Beast were the only surviving free Avengers who could avenge Earth. At the cost of the Wasp's freedom, they overcame Magneto's X-Force to destroy the Tachyon Dam. This allowed Thor, Kang the Conqueror and his Chrono Corps to access Planet X to stop Eimin.[16] Their objective was to rescue Wolverine and Sunfire from Eimin, but they were tricked by the X-Council, who sent a brainwashed Wasp to contact them. This sparked a fight between the Avengers and Eimin's forces.[17] With Eimin subdued by Kang, the X-Council realized their society might have hidden dark secrets and decided to help the Avengers and the Chrono Corps. In the end, Magistrate Braddock sent the consciousnesses of the Avengers Havok, Wasp, Thor, Wolverine and Sunfire back in time, before the Apocalypse Twins could accomplish their goals. As a result, the dire reality where Eimin ruled mutantkind eroded.[18]

Uncanny Avengers Vol 1 5 Textless

Upon arriving, the Avengers informed the Scarlet Witch and Wonder Man about the flaws in her plan. In a different turn of events, the Avengers escaped the Apocalypse Twins and chose union over segregation. Empowered by Wonder Man's energies, Rogue absorbed the essences of several heroes to prevent Exitar from destroying the planet. Following her actions, Thor slayed the Celestial with the retrieved Jarnbjorn. In an apparent success, the Avengers also deactivated the Tachyon Dam. However, this allowed Kang to arrive and siphon Exitar's power, gaining divine power.[19] Unexpectedly, the Avengers had help in the form of Immortus' Infinity Watch against the omnipotent Kang. Havok and Sunfire confronted and ultimately defeat Kang, who was forced to flee along with his soldiers. Earth was saved. However, tragic consequences came with their victory. Rogue realized she had once again lost control over her absorbing powers with Wonder Man's consciousness trapped in her mind. Sunfire lost his physical body during the celestial fight and his nuclear energies permanently disfigured Havok. Additionally, Kang had hold of Havok's and Wasp's daughter Katie, who was born in the future Planet X. With his betrayal, she was forever lost to them.[20]


Captain America and Wolverine were profoundly incapacitated after this adventure. Having lost his Super-Soldier Serum in combat, Steve Rogers aged drastically and retired from his position as Captain America,[21] relinquishing it to Sam Wilson,[22] and Wolverine's healing factor was neutered, making him susceptible to being killed.[23] With the Avengers Unity Division debilitated, the Red Skull made his move against mutantkind. He established mutant concentration camps in the ruins of Genosha, with Ahab's help.[24] He commissioned his S-Men to abduct his prime prisoners, Magneto,[25] Havok, Rogue, and the Scarlet Witch.[26] They managed to break free and joined forces to confront the Red Skull and his S-Men. Enraged by the vile actions against mutants, Magneto killed Red Skull's disciples and brutally chose to murder the villain as well. His decision was a disappointment to the Avengers. However, through his execution, the Red Skull ascended as the psychic creature Red Onslaught.[27] As the imprisoned members of the Unity Division and Magneto tried to resist the Red Onslaught's torment, they were joined by another prisoners, including the leader of the outlaw X-Men, Cyclops.[28]

Through telepathic suggestions, Red Onslaught scattered hate all over the globe. The other Avengers identified the psychic attack and prepared to counter it, arriving in Genosha alongside the X-Men, as well as allies of both teams. However, Red Onslaught was prepared, and unleashed his Stark Sentinels, anti-mutant robotic monstrosities that had been designed using Iron Man's knowledge.[28] The heroes were overwhelmed by the Stark Sentinels' might, leading Magneto to assemble a group of super-villains to assist in the fight.[29] The reinforcements turned the tides of the battle, and the Scarlet Witch, alongside Doctor Doom, cast a spell to invert the moral axis of Red Onslaught in order to awaken Xavier's consciousness. The inversion spell was a success, and the Red Skull was knocked unconscious reversed from his Onslaught form. However, the scope of the spell affected all individuals in Genosha. Unaware of their inverted condition, Avengers and X-Men soon saw themselves in a feud with each other. The Avengers decided take the Red Skull prisoner in the Stark Tower, much to Havok's and the X-Men's dissatisfaction. This caused Havok, Rogue and Sunfire to resign from Unity Division and side with the X-Men, now guided by Apocalypse. Dismantled from within, the Unity Division was no more.[30]

Succumbed to the inversion's effects, the new Captain America, Sam Wilson, assembled a new team of Avengers to destroy Apocalypse and the X-Men, who in turn promoted plans of mutant supremacy,[31] which included conquering Manhattan. Steve Rogers and Magneto formed a resistance to combat both the supremacist X-Men and the immoral Avengers, counting mainly with the assistance of the inverted super-villains.[32] As Apocalypse designed a genetic bomb to terminate all non-mutants in Manhattan, he and the X-Men were directly opposed by Magneto and the other super-villains.[33] The detonation was stopped by Carnage. In an attempt to revert the inversion spell, Doctor Doom resurrected the supernatural Doctor Voodoo to subdue the Scarlet Witch.[34] In the end, the spell was performed, returning most to their usual selves, except for Iron Man, Havok, and the formerly vicious Sabretooth. The evil version of Havok vanished with the Wasp as his hostage. In the wake of the tragedy, the Unity Squad was rebranded with Rogue and the Scarlet Witch, in addition to Sam Wilson, the new Captain America, the hougan Doctor Voodoo, the Scarlet Witch's speedster twin Quicksilver,[35] the synthezoid and renowned Avenger Vision, and the inverted Sabretooth, who wished to honor Wolverine's memory in the team.[36]


Uncanny Avengers Vol 2 1 Textless

Under Rogue's leadership, the Unity Division searched for the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, who hunted the High Evolutionary down. At Mount Wundagore, Doctor Voodoo mystically transported the team to the Counter-Earth, but the members of the Unity Division were scattered across the planet: Doctor Voodoo appeared in a destroyed city inhabited by the souls of those killed in the High Evolutionary's search for genetic perfection, Vision found himself in a technological city where he met an android named Eve, Rogue was found and experimented on by the Master Scientist, who expunged Wonder Man's mind from hers, Captain America was trapped and assimilated by tree-like creatures, and Sabretooth appeared in one of the Counter-Earth's main cities where he was quickly taken down by the New Men and later brainwashed to serve the Evolutionary.[36] Meanwhile, the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver were rescued by the renegade Low Evolutionary and brought to Lowtown, a refuge for a resistance against the High Evolutionary composed of his rejects.[37]

Having joined the Low Evolutionary to take down the High Evolutionary, the twins were attacked by Luminous, one of the High Evolutionary's creations with a mastery over the twins' powers.[38] After escaping the Evolutionary's clutches, the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver found Rogue and joined the fight to defend Lowtown from the High Evolutionary. During the battle, Sabretooth broke free from the Evolutionary's control. Captain America appeared on the scene as well, since the tree-like creatures had been summoned to battle, but overcame his transformation and fought for Lowtown.[39] The Vision ultimately saved the Scarlet Witch from Luminous after having abandoned Eve. In the end, the High Evolutionary was heavily damaged after Doctor Voodoo attacked him by unleashing the souls of those he had exterminated. Quicksilver delivered the final beating to the High Evolutionary and forced him to flee through a portal along with Luminous. Once the dust settled, the Avengers Unity Division returned to Earth to heal their wounds.[40]


Uncanny Avengers Vol 3 1 Campbell Variant Textless

Mutantkind faced a new crisis as the Terrigen Mists, the catalyst for the Inhuman genome, were released on the atmosphere and revealed to be extremely toxic to them. This placed mutants, especially the X-Men, in an uneasy position in relation to the Inhuman Royal Family.[41] The Unity Division was rebuilt by Steve Rogers with the goal of not only unifying humankind and mutantkind but Inhumans as well. Rogue remained to represent the mutants and resumed her role as field leader. Doctor Voodoo and Quicksilver also remained with the team. Inhuman ally Human Torch and new Inhuman Synapse joined to represent the Inhumans. The amazing Spider-Man joined the team as well.[42] Lastly, the mercenary with a mouth Deadpool was personally invited to join the Avengers by Steve Rogers after assisting in Rogue's anti-Terrigen treatment.[43] The now popular Deadpool became responsible for funding the group, who were now based at his headquarters in Schaefer Theater.[42]

For months, the Unity Division operated to promote peace between humans, mutants and Inhumans. Eventually, the vindictive Super-Adaptoid targeted the Avengers Unity Division. It was overwhelmed by Deadpool's reckless tactics, prompting Spider-Man to leave the team, which escalated the dysfunctionality within the team. Amidst their interpersonal turmoil, the city of Boston was overtaken by a plant infestation caused by the insane Inhuman environmentalist known as the Shredded Man.[42] The Avengers were unable to stop the threat, which led the time-traveling soldier Cable to join their war.[44] The Shredded Man was able to incapacitate most Avengers, except Synapse, who was protected due to being an Inhuman and, as revealed, the villain's granddaughter.[45] With help from researchers from M.I.T., the Human Torch was able no neutralize the plant infection. Ultimately, by making Synapse vulnerable to the infection, Cable was able to force the Shredded Man to retreat. After the battle, Steve Rogers invited Cable to the team and shared their objective of retrieving Xavier's brain from the Red Skull's possession.[46]

In between their main missions, the team confronted a corrupted Black Knight.[47] They also hunted down the Squadron Supreme after the extra-dimensional heroes murdered Namor,[48] but the Squadron escaped justice to Weirdworld.[49] Although they took no part in it, the Unity Squad also kept close tabs on the mutant Apocalypse Wars after Magneto's X-Men destroyed Genosha.[50]

With no success, the Avengers investigated the Red Skull's actions in Bagalia, unaware that their enemy had been aware of their missions.[51] Having hidden himself within the Avengers Mansion, which had been transformed into a theme hotel, the Red Skull was able to secretly subdue Quicksilver using telepathy after he and Deadpool battled Wrecker in the location.[52] The Wrecker escaped imprisonment, being targeted by the Avengers again. In this confrontation they learned that the villain had been subjected to invasive mental conditioning in the bizarre community of Pleasant Hill, a prison designed by S.H.I.E.L.D.'s director Maria Hill using a sentient Cosmic Cube. When investigating, the Avengers succumbed to Pleasant Hill's fabricated reality.[53] Rogue overcame the illusion and searched for her teammates to help them break free.[54] The Avengers assembled to oppose the rebellious inmates in Pleasant Hill and secure the Cosmic Cube. After being restored to their former selves,[55] they assisted Steve Rogers finish Pleasant Hill. A culmination of this adventure was the return of Steve Rogers to his vigor and to his position as Captain America.[56] However, the process in fact rewrote Rogers as an alternate version of himself who was secretly loyal to Hydra.[57]

Rogue intercepted a spacecraft that had fallen on Earth only to find it occupied by Hank Pym, who had been bizarrely merged with the evil artificial intelligence and nemesis to the Avengers Ultron. Pym claimed to be in charge, but raised suspicions from the Avengers.[58] The Wasp returned to the team to evaluate her ex-husband's return and she concluded that Ultron had totally replaced Pym's human consciousness. The Avengers assembled to oppose Ultron, who revealed his true self upon confrontation.[59] Following a struggling battle, which had help from other former Avengers,[60] Ultron was tricked by the Unity Squad and trapped in the core of the sun. In grief, the team was able to return to Earth.[61]

Hydra Empire[]

During the second superhuman Civil War, Cable enlisted the help of mutant villains Sebastian Shaw and Toad to break into a military facility in the search for resources to develop an antidote against the Terrigen Mist poisoning that affected millions of mutants. The illegitimacy of this action combined with the involvement of other Unity Squad members like Rogue and Deadpool prompted Captain America to dissolve the team, deeming it a failure.[62]

Most of the members of the defunct Unity Division, some of whom didn't even know the team had officially disbanded, traveled to Japan in order to prevent the Hand from resurrecting the corpse of the recently-deceased Bruce Banner. Even with the help of former Hand leader Elektra, the heroes failed to stop the resurrection ritual, and witnessed as a mindless, rage-fueled Hulk went on a rampage in Tokyo.[63]

After the undead Hulk was successfully stopped and Banner's spirit freed from The Hand's corrupt magics, the rest of Unity Squad agreed to continue working together without Steve Rogers.[64] The Red Skull eventually made his move against the Avengers Unity Squad, activating a psychic trigger he had implanted on Quicksilver's mind to take control over it and force him to capture his teammates so he could take control of their minds. Deadpool was able to resist the Red Skull's control while Cable avoided having his mind taken over by erasing his own consciousness, rendering him comatose for the rest of the situation. The Red Skull had the Unity Division attack New York City, but his plan fell through when Deadpool placed one of Magneto's helmet on Rogue, freeing her from the Skull's control and allowing her to knock him out.[65]

After Charles Xavier's brains were removed from the Skull's brain by Beast, Rogue and Human Torch destroyed them to prevent further misuse of Xavier's psychic powers.[66] Psynapse helped Cable come out of his coma, but he chose to not rejoin the Unity Division. Deadpool did as well.[67]

As part of a Hydra scheme orchestrated by an alternate reality Steven Rogers to take over the United States of America, a contingent of villains attacked Manhattan to lure out as many of America’s superheroes as possible. The Unity Avengers answered the call and joined many other heroes in fighting the villains. Then the villains were teleported away while Baron Zemo used the Darkhold to boost the powers of the villain Blackout to trap half of Manhattan and the heroes, including the Unity Division, there in an impenetrable Darkforce dome.[68]

Only Quicksilver was able to escape being trapped behind the dome,[69] and joined the Underground to resist Hydra after it had taken over the United States.[70] The rest of the Unity Division remained trapped behind the Darkforce dome and had to contend with evil creatures from the Darkforce dimension, Shocker, and Scorpia as well as a demon-possessed Doctor Voodoo.[71]

After the Darkforce dome over Manhattan was lifted following the death of Blackout,[72] the Unity Division joined the Underground and other heroes in ending the Hydra regime and were successful.[73]

No Surrender[]

Following a fight with the villain Graviton that destroyed much of Avengers Mansion, Scarlet Witch rejoined the Unity Division despite some initial reluctance from Rogue.[74] When Quicksilver's recklessness nearly got Synapse killed in a battle against Juggernaut, he was thrown off the team until he learned from his mistakes.[75]

After aiding the U.S.Avengers and the main Avengers team in solving a global crisis caused by the Grandmaster and the Challenger turning the Earth into a game board for their cosmic game, the Unity Division chose to disband.[76]

Fall of X[]

Following Orchis' devastating attack on the third Hellfire Gala,[77] Steve Rogers elected to reform the team in order to aid the mutants who'd survived the massacre. As a show of good faith, Rogers' new lineup predominantly composed of mutants rather than humans. Rogers, accompanied by Deadpool and new recruit Psylocke, attended a strategy meeting with Emma Frost and her rebel team of X-Men in the Alley.[78] Deadpool joined the team in order to make up for the mistakenly following Supreme Hydra during the Hydra takeover of Earth and Quicksilver joined to calm the guilt of not meeting with Magneto following the revelation of his parentage. Psylocke and M were hesitant in joining but changed their mind upon learning Steve's resolve, though mentally noted if the team went soft, they would leave.[79] The new Avengers Unity Division would face off against the alternate-reality Steve Rogers, who had joined Orchis and wore the mantle of Captain Krakoa (a costume once worn by Scott Summers of the X-Men) to perpetrate false flag terrorist attacks to further sully the X-Men's name. Leading a new iteration of the Mutant Liberation Front, Captain Krakoa would nearly succeed in detonating a nuclear weapon at Empire State University, but would ultimately be defeated. Blob would defect from the MLF and join the Avengers Unity Division after finding out Captain Krakoa was not Scott Summers.[80]

Most of the team would later join the X-Men, participating on their final assault on Orchis' forces.[81]



Each member's equipment


Each members' arsenal


Formerly Quinjet and Deadsled


See Also

Links and References


  1. Uncanny Avengers #1
  2. 2.0 2.1 Uncanny Avengers #2
  3. Uncanny Avengers #3
  4. Uncanny Avengers #4
  5. Uncanny Avengers #5
  6. 6.0 6.1 Uncanny Avengers #7
  7. 7.0 7.1 Uncanny Avengers #8
  8. Uncanny Avengers #9
  9. Uncanny Avengers #10
  10. Uncanny Avengers #1112
  11. Uncanny Avengers #13
  12. Uncanny Avengers #14
  13. Uncanny Avengers #15
  14. Uncanny Avengers #16
  15. Uncanny Avengers #17
  16. Uncanny Avengers #18
  17. Uncanny Avengers #19
  18. Uncanny Avengers #20
  19. Uncanny Avengers #21
  20. Uncanny Avengers #22
  21. Captain America (Vol. 7) #21
  22. Captain America (Vol. 7) #25
  23. Wolverine (Vol. 5) #6
  24. Uncanny Avengers #23
  25. Magneto (Vol. 3) #910
  26. Uncanny Avengers #24
  27. Uncanny Avengers #25
  28. 28.0 28.1 Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #1
  29. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #2
  30. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #3
  31. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #4
  32. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #56
  33. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #7
  34. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #8
  35. Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #9
  36. 36.0 36.1 Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 2) #1
  37. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 2) #2
  38. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 2) #3
  39. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 2) #4
  40. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 2) #5
  41. Death of X #1
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #1
  43. Avengers (Vol. 6) #0
  44. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #2
  45. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #3
  46. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #4
  47. Black Knight (Vol. 3) #3
  48. Squadron Supreme (Vol. 4) #1
  49. Squadron Supreme (Vol. 4) #3
  50. Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 4) #6
  51. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #5
  52. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #6
  53. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #7
  54. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #8
  55. All-New, All-Different Avengers #8
  56. Avengers Standoff: Assault On Pleasant Hill Omega #1
  57. Captain America: Steve Rogers #2
  58. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #9
  59. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #10
  60. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #11
  61. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #12
  62. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #1314
  63. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #15
  64. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #17
  65. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #1821
  66. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #22
  67. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #23
  68. Secret Empire #0
  69. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #24
  70. Secret Empire #1
  71. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #2425
  72. Secret Empire #8
  73. Secret Empire #9
  74. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #2627
  75. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 3) #29
  76. Avengers #675690
  77. X-Men: Hellfire Gala 2023 #1
  78. X-Men (Vol. 6) #25
  79. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 4) #1
  80. Uncanny Avengers (Vol. 4) #15
  81. Fall of the House of X #4
  82. Alexander, Ethan (April 1, 2020) Marvel's Original Uncanny Avengers Roster Resurrected a Long-Dead Hero CBR. Retrieved on April 2, 2020.
  83. Remender, Rick (March 31, 2020) "Once told what cast we could have I did up this team costume approach for Uncanny Avengers. Wanted them all in red and black versions of their outfits. Was declined. The exact idea was used in another book soon after. Probably a coincidence." Twitter. Retrieved on October 2, 2020.