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Doom's Avengers
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History

In the wake of the World War Hate, Doctor Doom's personality was inverted, along with that of numerous heroes and villains. After having seen the errors of his ways, Doom planned to redeem himself.

After the Avengers disappeared, having being captured by the inverted and evil Avengers Unity Division, Doom tasked Valeria Richards with the mission to assemble a group of certain available heroes, each having specific skills which could be utilized.

The new Avengers assembled in Doctor Doom's Castle, and jumped into action when the now-evil Scarlet Witch arrived to Latveria to have revenge on Doom.[1]

The Avengers fought the Scarlet Witch and saved villagers trapped in the crossfire. 3D Man managed to get hold of the Witch and take her to a machine Doctor Doom had created to specifically canalize her abilities. Soon after being put into the machine, the Scarlet Witch escaped and set out to find Doom, leaving the Avengers behind. After condensing a portion of Scarlet Witch's powers into the device, Valeria informed the heroes their job was done.

Doom planned to use the Scarlet Witch's powers to right all his wrongs, but with only enough power to correct one sin, he chose to bring back Cassie Lang to life.[2]

Notes

  • Brunnhilde the Valkyrie appeared as part of the team even though she was captured and contained with most of the other Avengers in Avengers & X-Men: AXIS #5.
  • This team isn't officially Avengers, neither Doom or Valeria having the powers to induct people as Avengers. Consequently, Coulson and Bloodstone, are not to be counted as Avengers (the other members being already Avengers through other memberships).[3]

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