Appearing in "Long Shadows of Forgotten Spires"
- Kulan Gath
- Kulan Gath's Falconers
- Elvis (Named only)
- Maria Stark Foundation (Mentioned)
- Triune Understanding (Mentioned)
- Duane Freeman (Mentioned)
- Gods of the Kamekeri (Mentioned)
- Jesus Christ (Mentioned)
- Terrorists (Only in flashback)
- Jaime Santiago (Silverclaw's father) (Only in flashback)
- Firestar (Only in flashback)
- Costa Verdan Ministry Pública de la Información (Voice)
- Yellowjacket (First appearance) (Shadow only)
- Shamahs (Invoked)
Races and Species:
- Costa Verde
- Mountains and hills (Only in flashback)
- Kamekeri Village (Only in flashback) (Only in flashback)
- The city (Mentioned)
- Costa Verde National Airport (Only in flashback)
- United States of America
- Iron Man Armor Model 16
- Iron Man Armor Model 1 (Only in flashback)
- Energy shield (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Long Shadows of Forgotten Spires"
The Avengers do a bit of charity work for the Maria Stark Foundation and earn some much needed good PR. Silverclaw must return to her homeland to face a mysterious threat and the Avengers aren't about to let her go alone. Her home village has been radically transformed in a magical city under the control of the wizard Kulan Gath. He has erected a mystical barrier around the city that transforms any who enter into sword and sorcery versions of themselves with allegiance to Gath. They regroup outside the city and Iron Man attempts to bury the hatchet with Triathlon, but he doesn't listen.
- Responding to a distress call, the Avengers (sporting their new line-up), rocket off to Costa Verde - and run afoul of the sorcerer known as Kulan Gath! The last time he was in our time he transformed Manhattan into a Hyborean-age city full of barbarians... what designs does he have now - and how do they relate to the Volcano God and the origin of Silverclaw?
- Part 1 of "The Death-Song of Kulan Gath" storyline.
- The cover is an homage to Conan the Barbarian #75.