Appearing in "The Serpent Crown"
- Serpent Society
- Set (First appearance)
- Serpent Crown
- Captain America's Shield
- Iron Man Armor Mk VI
- Hawkeye's Bow
- Trick Arrows
- Yellowjacket's Suit
Synopsis for "The Serpent Crown"
Viper and the Serpent Society have obtained the Serpent Crown and have used it to release the snake demon, Set. The Avengers are fighting the Society and the Serpent, though the invincible deity quickly turns on Viper, knocking the Crown from her head. Captain America defends Viper from Set's attack, and takes a moment to implore her to reconsider her plans. She refuses to apologize, claiming she only does what she must to set the world right against the "heroes" that ruined it for her. She does relent, however, to offering a solution to re-imprisoning Set with the Serpent Crown, but before either she or Cap can reach it, Cobra dons it believing he can succeed in controlling the snake demon where Viper failed. Declaring himself King Cobra, his reign is rapidly cut short when Set starts to devour him. When Captain America puts on the Crown next, surprisingly, he succeeds in sealing Set away following an intense stare-down. Later, as the Serpent Society is taken back to prison, Cap admits to Iron Man that he wasn't sure he could beat Set, but he had to try to show Viper that setting the world right is what heroes do.
Appearing in "Artistic License!"
- Marjorie Miller, Curator
- Batroc the Leaper
Synopsis for "Artistic License!"
Captain America responds to a hostage situation at the Met, but it turns out the villain, Porcupine, intends to ransom the artwork rather than the people. Batroc the Leaper shows up, claiming to want to help defend his beloved French heritage, but secretly hoping to get away with some of the priceless paintings when no one is looking. Cap puts his aim and angles to the test throwing his shield to take out both Porcupine and Batroc without harming any of the exhibits.
• Disney XD’s SMASH hit leaps off of the TV and into your hands! • The Avengers may have met their match when they go toe-to-toe with the Serpent Society! • THEN! It’s an international incident as Captain America takes on the scourge of France, Batroc the Leaper!
- First story takes place following the series finale, given the full contingent of Avengers present. Despite this, Iron Man and Thor are back in their Season 1 designs for some reason. The story also implies the Serpent Society escaped imprisonment following their last appearances in "Yellowjacket".
- Includes "Fury Files" dossier on White Tiger, with screenshots from the clip compilation segment aired alongside episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man, adapted by Chris Eliopoulos.
- Wacker is credited as Quetzalcoatl in the first story.