Marvel’s Trinity is sooooooo overrated. Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man, have got to go. The Avengers is under new direction now, operating out of the spacious Avengers Mansion, Dr. Strange takes the proverbial wheel. Vision, Hawkeye, and the Hulk all stick by his side. Spider-Man and Daredevil are recruited, as well.
Alright, I made all of these at very different times, I did not realize I had the characters on two teams at once. Logistically, they wouldn’t be able to do this, but perhaps these lines don’t run at the same time. Apparently, California has had a high presence of baddies, therefore the Avengers sent a team to the coast.
Fronting this book is the Sub-Mariner, Namor. He often patrolled the seas off the West Coast. Maybe when this team was formed, Dr. Strange thought Daredevil and Vision would do better over here. So they’re here. Visions often thwarted military attacks off the coast of Santa Cruz. Though often associated with Hell’s Kitchen in New York, Daredevil actually has a rich history in San Francisco. Spider-Woman also spent some good time in San Francisco. She moved to SanFran to establish herself as a private investigator. Ant-Man, the other bug-based hero on the team, also moved to SanFran to investigate. Though instead of solving crime he was uncovering a mystery left by the former Ant-Man. Secret operations of enemy armies in Death Valley were put to rest by Toro, and the Blonde Phantom was in search of a reported Swamp Monster.
The West Coast is safe, the rest of the USA is covered as well, but that East Coast needs some help. Enter Long Island Avengers. This special unit is made up of heroes all born in Long Island. Fronted by Sue Storm and includes fellow blondes, Dazzler and Angel, and Iceman. This team is mutant heavy, I suppose it could be a special ops of the X-Men, if you wanted.
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