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Appearing in "Come on in... the Revolution's Fine!"Edit
- The Lady Liberators (First appearance)
- Queen Casiolena (First Appearance, in Flashback Only)
- Dr. T.W. Erwin (First appearance)
- Roy Thomas (First appearance)
- Jean Thomas (First appearance)
- Tom Fagan (First appearance)
- Odin (Only in flashback)
- Executioner (Only in flashback)
- Queen of the Nether Worlds (Only in flashback)
- Yellowjacket (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Maggia (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (Mentioned)
- Black Bolt (Mentioned)
- Nighthawk (Mentioned)
- Batroc (Mentioned)
- Porcupine (Mentioned)
- Captain America (Mentioned)
- Hercules (Mentioned)
Halloween Costumers of:
- Captain America
- Doctor Doom
- Red Skull
- Invisible Girl
- Dr. Strange
- Avengers Mansion
- Black Widow's Gauntlets
- Melting Ray MK II
- Sonic Disruptor
- Wasp's Suit
- Radioactive Man's cement gun
- Valkyrie's power lance
- Parallel-time projector
Synopsis for "Come on in... the Revolution's Fine!"Edit
Returning to Avengers Mansion to visit, the Wasp soon finds herself witness to the gathering a new all-female group called the Liberators (consisting of Scarlet Witch, Black Widow, Medusa and newcomer Valkyrie) Who have banned together to battle male oppression. Valkyrie explains that she was a scientist at a male-dominated science lab, and when attempting to show up a chauvinist co-worker, she exposed herself to a chemical that gave her superhuman strength, and so she decided to form this hero group, and has convinced each of her recruits to join by feeding on an apparent double standard in being a super-hero. With all of them siding with her, Valkyrie takes them aboard her chariot and heads off to Rutland, Vermont.
In Rutland, are the male members of the Avengers, who are there attending the annual Halloween festivities where the townspeople all dress up as super-heroes. They are unaware that the Masters of Evil are also in attendance, seeking to capture a hostage in a plot to get revenge on the Avengers for their previous incarceration. While the initial plan fails, and a battle between the two groups starts, the Masters manage to get the upper hand, that is until the Liberators show up.
The newly formed group makes short work of the Masters, and when the Avengers thank the women for saving them, they are attacked and easily defeated as well. Suddenly, Valkyrie knocks out all her comrades and reveals that she is really the Enchantress in disguise. She explains that after her last failed attempt at taking over Asgard failed (in Hulk #102) she and the Executioner were banished to a barren neither world. There, the Executioner abandoned her for the a mysterious woman who appeared to offer the Executioner her love. Feeling betrayed, the Enchantress vowed revenge on all men and used the Valkyrie disguise and the formation of the Liberators to met this end.
The Scarlet Witch frees herself and battles the Enchantress, defeating her by using a hex bolt that redirected the Enchantress' magic back at her. She then frees her fellow Avengers and reveals to them that she realized they were really facing the Enchantress when earlier in the day (as Valkyrie) she called the Wasp a "wench" in a tone that as the Enchantress she used on the Scarlet Witch in a past battle.
- On page 8, panel 1 there is a clever addition of someone wearing a Batman costume in a Halloween parade.
- The Valkyrie will appear next in Hulk #142. The Valkyrie will later join the non-team Defenders in Defenders #4 and appear regularly in that series.
- Step aside, guys - 'cause when a quartet of super-powered lovelies are led by the vengeful Valkyrie - you can bet the Avengers are in for trouble!
- the Miskatonic University is a reference to the stories of H. P. Lovecraft; it's located in the fictional city of Arkham in Essex County, Massachusetts; it was mentioned first in 1922 in "Herbert West - Re-Animator" and is a returning motif in the works of Lovecraft and the Cthulhu-Mythos
- The Melter last appeared in Avengers #55. He will appear next in Avengers #72.
- Klaw previously appeared in Avengers #55. He will appear next in Avengers #87
- Whrilwind last appeared in Captain America #130. He will appear again in Marvel Feature #8.
- The Radioactive Man previously appeared in Avengers #55. He will appearnext in Avengers #130.
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