Avengers (1998) #18

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Avengers (1998) #18

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Avengers
Avengers

Earth's Mightiest Heroes joined forces to take on threats that were too big for any one hero to tackle. With a roster that has included Captain America, Iron Man, Ant-Man, Hulk, Thor, Wasp and dozens more over the years, the Avengers have come to be regarded as Earth's No. 1 team.

Captain America
Captain America

Vowing to serve his country any way he could, young Steve Rogers took the super soldier serum to become America's one-man army. Fighting for the red, white and blue for over 60 years, Captain America is the living, breathing symbol of freedom and liberty.

Iron Man
Iron Man

Wounded, captured and forced to build a weapon by his enemies, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark instead created an advanced suit of armor to save his life and escape captivity. Now with a new outlook on life, Tony uses his money and intelligence to make the world a safer, better place as Iron Man.

Thor
Thor

As the Norse God of thunder and lightning, Thor wields one of the greatest weapons ever made, the enchanted hammer Mjolnir. While others have described Thor as an over-muscled, oafish imbecile, he's quite smart and compassionate. He's self-assured, and he would never, ever stop fighting for a worthwhile cause.

Thunderball
Thunderball

Dr. Eliot Franklin was a genius-level physicist who was forced to turn to crime and helped form the Wrecking Crew alongside the Wrecker, Bulldozer and Piledriver.

Thundra
Thundra

Thundra was quite possibly her world's greatest female specimens, and as she won countless battles against the men, she was revered as the Sisterhood's greatest hero.

Vision
Vision

The metal monstrosity called Ultron created the synthetic humanoid known as the Vision from the remains of the original android Human Torch of the 1940s to serve as a vehicle of vengeance against the Avengers.

Wasp
Wasp

When Janet Van Dyne's father died, she convinced her father's associate Hank Pym to give her a supply of "Pym particles"; Pym also subjected her to a procedure which granted her the ability to, upon shrinking, grow wings and fire blasts of energy, which she called her "wasp's stings."

Wonder Man
Wonder Man

Simon Williams agreed to undergo an experiment to give him superhuman powers, and Baron Zemo gave him the costumed guise of Wonder Man, warning Simon that he would die without further treatments from Zemo in order to ensure his loyalty, but Simon betrayed Zemo to the Avengers and ultimately joined their ranks.

Wrecker
Wrecker

Dirk Garthwaite, the son of a construction worker and abusive father and husband, grew up filled with resentment and anger toward his father, who abandoned the family, and quickly turned to crime, in which he used a crowbar as a reminder of his father, destroying each place he robbed.