Appearing in "The Leader´s Legions"
- Ellie (Ant-Man's Bee)
- The Leader (Samuel Sterns)
- Mole Man (Harvey Elder) (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Iron Man Armor Mk IX
- Captain America's Shield
- Ant-Man's Helmet
- Cyber-Synaptic Resonator
- Leader's Hypno-Halo
Synopsis for "The Leader´s Legions"
The Leader unleashes several giant monsters on the city to divert the Avengers while he breaks into Stark Industries to steal a device that will extend his mind control to everyone on the planet. Only Ant-Man and Captain America are available to stop him. Leader's moves are too many steps ahead of theirs to get much progress until they try something unpredictable, filling some containment suits with helium and releasing them as a distraction. When they're able to knock Leader for a loop and it coincides with the monsters getting similarly stunned at the other location, the Avengers realize the connection and Hank separates Leader from his mind-control amplifier to put a stop to the attack for good.
Appearing in "Baby Steps"
- Ultron (Apparent death)
Synopsis for "Baby Steps"
Ultron uploads a virus into Stark's mainframe with the intent of transferring his mind into Iron Man's armor. At the same time, the Vision's body is hooked up to the lab in diagnostic mode to fix a glitch and his mind has been transferred to a non-superpowered loaner body during the wait. Vision heads out to the city to enjoy the more down-to-earth feeling of the loaner body while Ultron takes the opportunity to steal Vision's vacant shell and attack the Avengers. Vision hurries back when he notices the trouble and despite his lack of powers, bravely grapples with his Ultron-controlled body to attach a transfer cable, swapping their minds. With Vision back in his original body and Ultron trapped in the loaner, Iron Man blows the lab console and finishes off Ultron. Vision misses the chance to feel more human, but is also happy to be himself.
Appearing in "Hulk Ceramics!"
Synopsis for "Hulk Ceramics!"
The Hulks make a mess of a pottery class.
• Flying off the TV and into your hands, it's the Disney XD hit Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
• When the loathsome Leader attacks new York City with an army of Monsters, the Avengers get ready for the fight of their lives – but it's the Astonishing Ant Man who holds the key to saving the day!
• Then, that techno-terror Ultron seizes control of the Vision to attack Avengers mansion – but the Vision will show Ultron that his you can't reprogram a superhero!
- The first story has multiple continuity problems. For the most part, it appears to take place at some point following the series finale, the only time Hulk and Vision could be on the team simultaneously. Despite this, Hank Pym is back in his Ant-Man identity and has reverted to his pre-"Yellowjacket" personality, Captain America is wearing the outfit associated with his Skrull impostor, and the Leader's head has somehow reverted to the smaller shape prior to its further mutation at the end of "Gamma World, Part Two". Also, nobody mentions that they already met a different, yet similar in concept Groot as a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Finally, it's mentioned at the end that the Leader would be taken to the Vault, which was destroyed at the beginning of the series and replaced as a supervillain prison first by Prison 42 and then by Hydrobase.
- Second story takes place at some point after "Ultron Unlimited".
- Includes "Fury Files" dossier on Nova, with screenshots from the clip compilation segment aired alongside episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man, adapted by Chris Eliopoulos.