AVENGERS #6 1998


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The Avengers, Vol. 3 #6A

Earth's Mightiest Frauds?

Release: 5/27/1998
Cover: 7/1998
Modern Age | Color | USA | English
Direct Edition

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.


Writer Kurt Busiek
Cover Artist George Pérez
Penciller George Pérez
Inker Al Vey, Bruce D. Patterson
Colorist Tom Smith
Letterer Richard Starkings, Comicraft
Editor Tom Brevoort
Editor in Chief Robert Harras


Captain America Steve Rogers
Iron Man Anthony 'Tony' Stark
Hawkeye Clint Barton
Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff
Wonder Man Simon Williams
Edwin Jarvis
Vision Victor Shade
Thor Jake Olson
Warbird Carol Danvers
Hyperion (Earth-712) Mark Milton

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