Appearing in "Book XII: A Legion Reborn!"
- Fantastic Four
- Mole Man
- Mr. Hyde
- Jane Foster
- Betty Brant
- Dr. Doom
- May Parker
- J. Jonah Jameson
- Black Knight (Garrett)
- Black Knight (Sir Percy)
- Black Knight (Whitman)
- Abraham Erskine
- Heinz Kruger
- Red Skull
- Mike Duffy
- Human Torch
- Union Jack
- Baron Zemo
Material Excerpted From:
- Amazing Spider-Man #9
- Amazing Spider-Man #10
- Avengers #3
- Avengers #4
- Avengers #6
- Avengers #56
- Captain America #100
- Captain America #109
- Captain America #112
- Captain America #255
- Fantastic Four #22
- Fantastic Four #23
- Fantastic Four #25
- Fantastic Four Annual #2
- Journey Into Mystery #112
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #13
- Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #13
- Tales of Suspense #62
- Tales of Suspense #63
- Tales of Suspense #79
- Tales to Astonish #52
- Uncanny X-Men #3
- Journey Into Mystery #99
- Tales of Suspense #50
Synopsis for "Book XII: A Legion Reborn!"
In this edition of Marvel Saga, the following events are recounted:
- The Avengers battle against the Sub-Mariner and the Hulk.
- The Fantastic Four's rematch with the Mole Man
- Thor's rescue of Jane Foster from Mr. Hyde.
- The X-Men's battle with the Blob.
- The origin of the Mandarin and his first battle with Iron Man.
- Spider-Man's first battle with Electro, and the start of turbulence in Peter Parker and Betty Brant's relationship.
- The Sub-Mariner unearthing the frozen body of Captain America
- Another of Dr. Doom's defeats which found Doom stranded in space, but rescued by Rama-Tut.
- Aunt May's need for a blood transfusion, Spider-Man revealing the Big Man of the Enforcers to be Daily Bugle writer Frederick Foswell, and Betty running away from Peter Parker.
- Giant-Man and Wasp's first encounter with the criminal Black Knight.
- The Avengers discovery of Captain America's body, a recounting of Cap's origins and activities during World War II and the event that would lead him to be frozen in ice and recovered in the modern age.
- Bruce Banner's decision that the Hulk must die.
- This issue contains a letter column, temporarily called Marvel Saga's Letter Column Without a Name. Letters are published from Adam Schultz, Matt Porter, and The Avitareader.
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