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Appearing in "Death of a Universe"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe #1.

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Synopsis for "Death of a Universe"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe #1.

When the living space warp known as the Nth Man was transported to the universe of Earth-712 his power immediately threatened to consume the sun, thus dooming all of the inhabitants of that Earth. The planet's premier team of superheroes, the Squadron Supreme knew they had to stop him.

The infant son of Squadron member Arcanna, Benjamin inherited the mantle of that Earth's Sorcerer Supreme from its former holder Professor Imam and used his powers to contact the Nth Man, Thomas Lightner, offering to swap places with him. Lightner agreed, and became that Earth's Sorcerer Supreme, while Benjamin became the Nth Man and set about repairing all the damage that had been done to various universes.

Lightner transported the Squadron to Earth-616, as he had plans to try and conquer Earth-712 with his new mystical powers.

Appearing in "Crisis on Twin Earths!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #280.

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Synopsis for "Crisis on Twin Earths!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #280.

Thor is walking along an avenue, unaware that he is being followed. When suddenly, a doorway opens in the air, and through it steps Hyperion. This Hyperion wants to ask the Avengers to be in a movie that his world is making about his life. Thor agrees to take him to Avengers Mansion, and while they are not looking, the mysterious figure that had been following Thor flies through Hyperion's doorway, where he reveals himself as the alternate Hyperion. After a few minutes though, Thor and the "good" Hyperion arrive, after not finding anyone at the Mansion, Hyperion offered Thor a tour of his world, which was accepted. Hyperion leaves Thor for a minute to check on his ship, he is ambushed and captured by the "evil" Hyperion. The evil Hyperion then goes back down and pretends to be Mark Milton. Just then Emil Burbank, Hyperion's arch-enemy, attacks. The evil Hyperion flies off with Emil, where the truth is revealed. Back on the film set, the good Hyperion has returned with the entire Squadron Supreme. When it's revealed what happened, Emil and the evil Hyperion are defeated by Thor and the Squadron Supreme.

Appearing in "Accusation Most Foul"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #5.

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Synopsis for "Accusation Most Foul"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #5.

The Avengers enjoy a bit of downtime before they're asked to help with the rescue of a downed passenger plane. They arrive on the scene but are challenged by the Squadron Supreme who believe them to be impostors and that the real Avengers died during the Onslaught incident. Both teams battle until Cap decides to withdraw, believing public sympathy will support them. Unfortunately, in the wake of the Thunderbolts and Skrull infiltration, the public is wary of the Avengers. The intervention by the Squadron was a distraction so Imus Champion's agents could steal weaponry from a crashed alien ship.

Appearing in "Earth's Mightest Frauds?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #6.

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Synopsis for "Earth's Mightest Frauds?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Vol 3 #6.

Tension runs a bit high at Avengers mansion until Cap finally decides to investigate Project Pegasus. They snoop around a bit but don't uncover anything suspicious. The Squadron Supreme shows up and they're eager for round two. The Corruptor is revealed as the agent who was mind-controlling the Squadron, and he is defeated. Meanwhile, the real mastermind, Imus Champion, mulls over his thwarted plans.

Appearing in "To Challenge a Champion!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Squadron Supreme Annual Vol 3 #1998.

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Synopsis for "To Challenge a Champion!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers Squadron Supreme Annual Vol 3 #1998.



Appearing in "Squadron Supreme: New World Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Squadron Supreme: New World Order #1.

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Synopsis for "Squadron Supreme: New World Order"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Squadron Supreme: New World Order #1.

The Squadron Supreme returns to the Earth but almost nearly dying from crashing their spaceship which left Skylark and Shape badly injured and needing medical attention. Dr. Spectrum takes the wounded Squadron members to the nearest hospital while Hyperion and Power Princess goes to Squadron City and determine the Utopia Program and Whizzer and Arcanna see to their long missed families.

However, the Squadron came to quickly realize how their world had become completely different than they had left it. The people of Earth had grown weary of the constant natural, political, and social upheavals that had plagued the world in recent years, largely because of the presence of the Squadron. Instead, they elected leaders into a "Global Directorate" with far-reaching and invasive political powers. The Directorate used the devices of the Utopia Program for themselves, creating a totalitarian government. Dr. Spectrum is forced to abandoned Shape and Skylark after his confrontation with a secret police force known as the Blue Eagles, named after their deceased namesake of the Squadron. Arcanna returned home but was ordered to stay there by Lightner, who now calls himself Mysterium. Whizzer returns to his home and find his family being taken hostage by the Blue Eagles who demands his surrender; fortunately, the Blue Eagles are quickly and thoroughly dispatched by the resistance group, the Nighthawks, who takes the Whizzer's family under their protection and are highly distrustful of the Squadron.

The Squadron regather together and are met by Mysterium, who implore the Squadron to fix what had begun by their Utopia efforts, charging them with contacting other members of their team. The Squadron recruited Amphibian, the Skrullian Skymaster (now, Skymax), and Neal Richmond, the son of Kyle Richmond, who had since taken his father's role of Nighthawk and leader of the Nighthawks. Believing that their nemesis Emil Burbank is the mastermind behind the Global Directorate, the Squadron battle their way to Burbank's location and only to discover to be a pawn to the Directorate. The Squadron rescue Burbank and return him to their new headquarters on Utopia Isle, which was left abandoned by Power Princess' people. There Nighthawk reunited Whizzer with his family and the Squadron dedicated themselves to their new role, that of freedom fighters and champions of the oppressed.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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