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Appearing in "Enter...Dr. Doom!"Edit
- Kang (Mentioned)
- Rama-Tut (Only in flashback)
- Fantastic Four
- Ed Sullivan (on TV)
- a crippled Latverian child and his parents
- Latverian citizens
- Dracula (Mentioned)
- United States of America
- Captain America's Shield
- Captain America's Uniform
- Hawkeye's Bow
- Doctor Doom's Armor
- One gold farthing
- Doctor Doom's Vibra-Ray
- Doctor Doom's Rocket-Powered Harpoon
- Doctor Doom's Disintegrator Gun
Synopsis for "Enter...Dr. Doom!"Edit
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver recieve a letter from their Aunt in Latveria and decide to visit her. When they arrive they are jailed and discover it is a trap set up by Doctor Doom, who decides defeating the Avengers will instil fear in to the Fantastic Four,making them easy to defeat. The Fantastic Four attempt to assist the Avengers, but are not allowed, as interference could spark an international incident. Nevertheless, the Avengers escape and fight Doom to a standstill, where he causes a divertion and escapes.
- The Avengers were all seen last issue in Avengers #24 where they fought Kang the Conquerer in the future.
- Dr. Doom was last seen in Fantastic Four Annual #3 where he used a device to coerce villains into crashing the wedding of Reed Richards and Susan Storm.
- Dr. Doom recounts his encounter with Rama-Tut , this happened in Fantastic Four Annual #2.
- Captain America is next seen in Tales of Suspense #72 where he battles a long lost Sleeper Robot from World War II.
- Hawkeye, Quicksilver, and Scarlet Witch also next appear in Tales of Suspense #72.
- Dr. Doom is next seen in Fantastic Four #57.
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- Stan Lee, Writer! Don Heck, Penciller!
- Dick Ayers, Inker! Sam Rosen, Letterer!
- ...For You, The Pride of Marvel's Fandom!
- references: Avengers #24 and Tales of Suspense #57
- Hawkeye is mistakenly depicted with a glove(s) on his hand(s) on the cover of this issue.
- Oddly enough, Dr. Doom's plan would've never worked, even if the Avengers stayed, because he played his part as a peaceful leader so well, the the U.S. didn't want to be aggressive against a foreign nation without reason, which is unlike Doom, since he usually works out all the angles.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Avengers Vol 1 
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