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Appearing in "Brain Games"

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Synopsis for "Brain Games"

Iron Man and Hawkeye have tracked A.I.M. to their hideout and are having such an easy time taking the bad guys out that they take the time to rib each other over who's doing the better job and who has more mastery over his equipment. M.O.D.O.C. offers to solve their argument by revealing a mindswap device that leaves Clint racing to learn the Iron Man armor controls and Stark realizing that a bow and arrow isn't as easy to operate as it looks. With the tide of battle turning against them, Ironeye and Hawk Man put their differences aside and work together to solve the problem. Stark combines a glue arrow and an exploding arrow to make a bomb that Clint takes and launches himself with a cable slingshot to attach it to the mindswap device. Everything explodes, A.I.M. flees, and the heroes end up back in their own bodies. Afterwards, they go right back to giving each other a hard time.

Appearing in "Mayhem of the Madbomb"

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Synopsis for "Mayhem of the Madbomb"

Black Panther and Hulk stealthfully climb the Empire State Building, which has been taken over by Hydra, to stop them from setting off the Madbomb and driving the entire city into a violent fervor. Hulk is getting impatient with the slow and quiet approach, but Panther insists that they have to stop Hydra without causing any undue damage to the historic structure. When he's had enough, Hulk barrels forward, alerting the Hydra agents and getting the Madbomb activated early. T'Challa loses his usual cool and begins taking out the rest of the Hydra goons with some seldom-seen Panther's Rage. The Hulk, who's well-known for excelling the madder he gets, quickly climbs the rest of the way to the building's spire and crushes the Madbomb. He then makes his way back down to where he left Panther, who's now standing over a pile of unconscious Hydra agents, and shakes him out of the Madbomb's residual effects. Panther thanks the Hulk and is satisfied that they saved the day while only causing a little bit of damage.

Appearing in "Hulk Swim Team"

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Synopsis for "Hulk Swim Team"

It's a Hulks vs. Avengers swimming race. Iron Man sinks, the Hulks fight each other, and Thor easily wins.

Solicit Synopsis

• The stars of the year’s hit movie and DisneyXD’s hit show leap off the screen and into your hands! • It’s a superhero identity crisis as the Malevolent M.O.D.O.K. machinates a malicious mind-swap between Hawkeye and Iron Man – can these polar opposites trust each other’s skills to save the day? • Meanwhile, the Incredible Hulk and the regal Black Panther must rescue New York City and the world from the MadBomb – and a Hydra plot of vile villainy!

Notes

  • The first story likely takes place in the first season prior to M.O.D.O.C.'s capture in "Hail Hydra!".
  • Panther mentions Black Widow and Ant-Man as potential teammates he could have been working with if they weren't on other assignments. Widow never officially joined the Avengers during the series and was unable to work with them due to her undercover work until at least after Season 2, episode 12 - "Secret Invasion". Hank Pym, as Ant-Man, quit the team after Season 1 and didn't re-join until after he had given up the Ant-Man identity. Based on Panther's comments, the second story may take place after the series finale at some point where Widow and Scott Lang have joined the team.
  • An editor's note says M.O.D.O.C.'s acronym stands for "Mental Organism Designed Only For Control". In his other appearances in the series, M.O.D.O.C. says the "C" stands for "Conquest".

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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