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Examples of "avengers_disassembled"
Monica Rambeau has a brief appearance in "What if the Scarlet Witch Hadn't Acted Alone?", "What If? Avengers Disassembled" (2006).
Kree soldiers also appeared during Avengers Disassembled, when they attacked the Earth and were driven off by the Avengers.
"Extremis" was the second story arc after the "Avengers Disassembled" crossover event, not to be confused with "", a later story in "The Invincible Iron Man".
The character played a pivotal role in the "Avengers Disassembled" storyline and related limited series "House of M", and appeared in the "Young Avengers" follow-up series, "".
The fourteen issues of "Captain America and the Falcon" were broken up into various storyarcs. The first storyarc, titled "Two Americas" was contained within the first four issues. The next three issues (numbered #5, 6 and 7) were tie-in issues for the Avengers Disassembled crossover. The Avengers Disassembled crossover issues were followed by the five part (issues #8 - 12) "Brothers & Keepers" storyarc and the two part ( issues #13 and 14) "American Psycho" storyarc.
At Marvel Tieri has written "New Excalibur", "Iron Man", "Wolverine", "Weapon X", "Underworld", a post-"Avengers Disassembled" Hercules mini-series, "Wolverine/Darkness", "X-Men: Dracula vs. Apocalypse", "Civil War: War Crimes", and "World War Hulk: Gamma Corps" for Marvel Comics.
Although not directly connected with the previous storyline, Bendis's 5th arc on "New Avengers" is titled ""New Avengers: Disassembled"", a reference to ""Avengers: Disassembled"". It deals with the events of the Civil War (in which superheroes were forced to register with the government or be arrested) on the Avengers, and how the team's varying opinions have caused them to break apart. The first three issues featured Captain America, Jessica Drew and Luke Cage's opinions on the matter, all who have heavily weighed against the registration. The next two featured the Sentry and Iron Man, both of whom were for registration.
Elvin remained inactive as an adventurer and only returned a couple of times when called on as a reserve Avenger. First, he assisted the team against Morgan le Fay after the heroes returned from the Heroes Reborn universe. He later assisted them during the Avengers Disassembled situation.
Successor writer Geoff Johns dealt with the aftermath of Busiek's Kang arc, as the Avengers were granted international authority by the United Nations. Chuck Austen followed as writer. Writer Brian Michael Bendis then rebooted the series with the "Avengers Disassembled" storyline.
Hornet has commented that the team seems to spend most of the time fighting itself, most notably a battle with former member the Chaos Witch in which Bowman was killed (a reference to the Scarlet Witch and the events of "Avengers Disassembled").
In "What If", Jones accepted Captain America's offer to work for S.H.I.E.L.D.. Perceiving that something was amiss with Wanda Maximoff (the Scarlet Witch), she alerted the other Avengers, ensuring that the catastrophic events depicted in "Avengers Disassembled" and "House of M" would never occur. Jessica married Captain America.
This is a chronological list of story arcs in the comic book series "New Avengers" created by Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch. Drawn by Finch, Leinil Francis Yu, Billy Tan, Stuart Immonen, Mike Deodato, and Howard Chaykin, "New Avengers" presents the adventures of a new team of Avengers after the events of the "Avengers Disassembled" storyline.
Living Lightning has also been depicted in two alternative universes with "What If the Avengers Lost Operation Galactic Storm?", "What If...?" #55–56 (1993) and with a brief appearance in "What if the Scarlet Witch Hadn't Acted Alone?", "What If? Avengers Disassembled" (2006).
The Ultron Sentries appear in the "Avengers Assemble" animated series, voiced by Jim Meskimen. They initially consisted of corrupted LMDs in "Avengers Disassembled" and Phalanx-esque drones in "The Ultron Outbreak". The Ultron Sentries also are seen on "Avengers: Ultron Revolution". More robotic versions appear in "The Inhuman Condition" and Mandroid-esque drones in "Civil War, Part 4: Avengers Revolution".
In a sequence during the Avengers Disassembled storyline, Wanda, again having no memory of her children, angrily confronted Agatha about their existence. At the end of that issue (occurring some time after Wanda and Agatha's confrontation), Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D. found what appeared to be Agatha's corpse in her home and concludes that Agatha had been dead for a long time.
Zabo was being held in The Raft (the Ryker's Island Prison complex) 6 months after the events of "Avengers Disassembled". When a prison break was caused by the villain Electro, Zabo emerged in his Hyde persona, fought with Daredevil, and was knocked unconscious by Luke Cage.
Wiccan first appeared in "Young Avengers" #1 (April 2005). The issue was scripted by Allan Heinberg and drawn by Jim Cheung. One of the original four members of the Young Avengers, the team was founded after the Avengers disbanded in the story line "Avengers Disassembled".
"Avengers Disassembled" is a crossover event involving the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Captain America, Spider-Man and Thor. "Avengers Disassembled" saw the beginning of Brian Michael Bendis' Avengers run with the destruction of the existing "traditional" roster and exile of several key members of the team. The other crossover stories intersect (or in the case of the Spectacular Spider-Man and Thor crossover issues) or take place prior or after to the main Avengers story-line. In particular, the tie-ins saw other changes to the status quo: Iron Man once again closeting his secret identity, Spider-Man developing organic webshooters (like the Sony Spider-Man movies), and the death of Thor and Asgard in one final Ragnarok.
Also in 2004, Bendis oversaw the closing issues of "The Avengers" as part of the crossover storyline "Avengers Disassembled". This led directly to the Bendis-helmed relaunch of one version of the eponymous team in the pages of "The New Avengers". Bendis' work on this storyline included the death of Avenger Hawkeye, which proved controversial. In 2005, with artist Olivier Coipel, Bendis wrote the New Avengers / X-Men crossover, "House of M", which would retroactively be considered the second act of a three-act super-event beginning with "Avengers Disassembled" and culminating in the Bendis-written 2008 storyline "Secret Invasion". Bendis also wrote "Secret War", which was serialized between 2004 and 2005. The series, which was not connected to the 1984 miniseries "Secret Wars", served as a prelude to "Secret Invasion". After Marvel's 2006 "Civil War" storyline, Bendis helmed another "Avengers" revival, launching "Mighty Avengers" with Frank Cho in 2007.
The first 70 issues of "Avengers United" reprinted "Avengers" Vol. 3 #5-#84 (the first 4 issues were reprinted in "Marvel Heroes Reborn") as well as many issues of "Avengers" Vol. 1 as the classic stories. Avengers 75 was a 100-page special which reprinted "Avengers" #500, and saw the beginning of the "Avengers Disassembled" storyline. As of issue 78, the title is now printing "New Avengers", although it printed a "Young Avengers" story arc from issue 81 to issue 83.