The Amazing Spider-Man: Event Review

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For those who do not know today (06) happened a worldwide event of the viral marketing for The Amazing Spider-Man. Nobody really knew what was going to happen. We just knew that it was going to happen in every major city in the world and that they were going to show some of the movie. I thought it…

The Avengers #35

by Don Heck (December, 1966)

The Avengers #34

by Don Heck (November, 1966)

The Avengers #33

by Don Heck (October, 1966)

Although the Scarlet Witch appears on the cover of this issue, she is not featured in it, she and her brother Quicksilver are on a leave of absence from the Avengers, attempting to replenish their waning powers in their home land. Her inclusion in the cover depicting the Avengers fighting the Sons of the Serpent is more than likely an error on the artist’s part.

The Avengers #32

by Don Heck (September, 1966)

The Avengers #31

by Don Heck (August, 1966)

The Avengers #30

by Jack Kirby and Don Heck (July, 1966)

Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver leave the Avengers briefly starting this issue believing that their powers were tied to their home land. They are next seen in Avengers #31.

The Avengers #29

by Don Heck and Frank Giacoia (June, 1966)

When attempting to seek medial aid for Goliath, the Avengers attempt to contact Donald Blake (at this point in time the Avengers were not aware that Donald Blake was the civilian guise for fellow Avengers, Thor) but he was out of town. The footnote by Stan Lee mentions that Thor is busy in Thor 128. In Thor 128, Thor is in Asgard recovering from his battle against Hercules until he is well enough to battle the Greek God again and ends up caught up in a plot by Pluto to make Hercules the ruler of Hades.

The Avengers #28

by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia (May, 1966)

Giant-Man reveals his secret identity as Henry Pym to the Avengers this issue, he also rejoins the group under a new name: Goliath. Wasp also rejoin the Avengers in this issue.

The Avengers #27

by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia (April, 1966)


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