Appearing in "Absolute Zero"
- Artem Fedoseev (Only appearance; dies)
- Superfast Mach 10 Quinjet Prototype (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "Absolute Zero"
A S.H.I.E.L.D. team with Black Widow, Captain America, and Hawkeye head to the Russian arctic to race Hydra to the location of a lost Cold War weapon prototype known as the "Zerobomb". Hydra has reached the spot first and is drilling into the ice when the Quinjet arrives, leaving the S.H.I.E.L.D. team at a disadvantage in the ensuing battle. Widow fearlessly rushes the drill just as it breaks through the ice and she gets caught up in the cables, dragged into the freezing water below. The special outfits the team has can keep them alive in the water for two minutes, and fortunately, that's all the Widow needs to get to the submarine below the ice where it turns out the Zerobomb was hidden. The rest of the team are able to board the sub and escape Hydra's forces with the prize.
Appearing in "Magneto Walks The Earth"
Synopsis for "Magneto Walks The Earth"
A tabloid rumor that Wasp is a mutant brings out an anti-mutant protest in front of Avengers Mansion. Magneto, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch launch an attack with the intent of liberating the Wasp, but when she clears up the confusion, the twins start to think the trip was a mistake. When Magneto continues to push his aggression on the Avengers as well as the protesters, his children are compelled to take a stand against him. Magneto leaves, warning Wanda and Pietro that they should make sure to choose the correct side in the inevitable coming war. Wasp assures them as well as the protesters that whether she's a mutant or not doesn't matter, as the Avengers would welcome human or mutant heroes regardless. Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch escape after that, having much to consider.
Appearing in "Hulk Yoga"
Synopsis for "Hulk Yoga"
The Hulks try yoga and are told it's about relaxing and being calm, but they just fight each other instead.
• The Avenging Action, adventure and intrigue continues as Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes leaps off of Disney XD and into your hands! • Captain America, Black Widow and Hawkeye infiltrate a Hydra base – and face a foe they’d never expect! • Then, Magneto, the mutant master of magnetism comes to claim the Wasp for his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants – but Wasp ain’t a mutant --- and ain’t one to go without a fight!
- Magneto, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch appear with little consistency with their shared continuity in Wolverine and the X-Men. The main issue is that in separate instances both here and by the end of the animated series, Wanda experiences disillusionment with her father's actions leading to a turning point in her alignment.
- Thor and Iron Man's designs in the second story would suggest it takes place in Season 1, though other issues in this volume have used their older designs when their updated Season 2 looks would have been more appropriate, so placement in series continuity could be unclear.
- Includes "Fury Files" dossier on Black Panther (T'Challa), with screenshots from the clip compilation segment aired alongside episodes of the show, adapted by Joe Caramagna.
- Wacker is credited as "Chilly" in the first story.