Tigra (trying to get through a shield made by the Molecule Man)
Appearing in "All the Ways of Power!"Edit
- Silver Surfer (Norrin Radd) (Main story and flashback)
- Galactus (Only in flashback)
- Silver Surfer (Norrin Radd) (Only in flashback)
- Shalla-Bal (Only in flashback)
- Fantastic Four (Only in flashback)
- Enrico (and his mother)
- Myron Marks
- Ann Nocenti
- New Jersey
- Molecule Man's citadel (First appearance)
- Avengers Priority Card
- Iron Man Armor MK V
- Captain America's Shield
- Captain America's Uniform
- Silver Surfer's Surfboard
- Molecule Man's Wand
Synopsis for "All the Ways of Power!"Edit
The Silver Surfer chances upon the Molecule Man's discarded wand, but proves invulnerable to its power of possessing the bodies of those who touch it, so the wand instead recreates the body of the Molecule Man. At his request, the Surfer relates his origin, which gives the insane evildoer the idea of emulating Galactus and destroying the entire planet. When the Surfer tries to stop him, the Molecule Man imprisons him easily. Soon the Surfer's board is sighted hovering near the Baxter Building and since the Fantastic Four are away, the Avengers investigate. The board takes them to the Silver Surfer, who joins them in confronting the Molecule Man. The villain has erected a huge dome over the New Jersey countryside containing his newly constructed palatial headquarters. The heroes prove no match for the madman whose power now resides in himself, not in his ornamental wand. With a single gesture, he destroys Thor's hammer, Iron Man's armor, Captain America's shield, and the Silver Surfer's board. He then imprisons all but Tigra in a gigantic crushing machine and activates it.
- This issue contains letters page 'Avengers Assemble' with letters pertaining to Avengers #211
- Secretary at advertising agency named Ann Nocenti (Marvel editor)
- Molecule Man last appeared in Micronauts #23 and will appear next in Avengers #216.
- Wasp is on a leave of absence following Yellowjacket's dismissal from Avengers
- 1st 60 cent issue
- This issue contains an advert for Hostess Snacks featuring Captain Marvel vs. the Flea-Market Eating Flea.
- No trivia.
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