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Appearing in "All Things Must End!"Edit
- H. Warren Craddock (First Appearance as H. Warren Craddock)
- Avengers (Skrulls)
- Edwin Jarvis
- Carol Danvers
- Harvey (First appearance)
- Nick Fury
- Dum-Dum Dugan
- Fantastic Four
Golden Age Cameos By:
- Captain America (Rick's Memory)
- Human Torch (Android) (Rick's Memory)
- Sub-Mariner (Rick's Memory)
- Cat-Man (from Holyoke Comics) (Rick's Memory)
- The Heap (from Hillman Comics) (Rick's Memory)
- The Green Lama (from Prize Comics) (Rick's Memory)
- Fighting Yank (from Better Comics) (Rick's Memory)
- Fantoman (from Centaur Comics) (Rick's Memory)
Synopsis for "All Things Must End!"Edit
Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and the Vision are spending the day relaxing after their last mission when suddenly Jarvis bursts in with a newspaper which reports that the men they saved in the arctic told their story to the media which has caused a frenzy. Joined by Goliath, the Avengers watch a television report interviewing H. Warren Craddock who has been appointed head of the Alien Activities Commission, who vows to seek out and find every alien on the planet, stating that they have reports of 153 suspected individuals who are alien spies, and that they will check every source, including the Avengers Mansion.
The Avengers are soon joined by Captain Marvel and Rick Jones and begin to debate what to do about the current situation when they are alerted of the arrival of Carol Danvers. When her helicopter almost crashes, Captain Marvel and the Avengers save her and bring her in. They convince Mar-Vell go go with her and go into hiding until things are straightened out, having to escape a SHIELD jet battalion in order to do so.
The Avengers then go to Washington to answer to a committee of government officials and the Fantastic Four about their recent involvements with the Kree race. During the committee, Rick Jones receives a mental image that Mar-Vel is in trouble and bursts out of the room. Craddock, wanting Jones found, orders the meeting adjourned for the afternoon. The Avengers return home to find that protesters have broken into the mansion and trashed it. When helping Jarvis straighten up, they are visited by Captain America, Iron Man and Thor who tell them that the Avengers are being disbanded and they order the others to leave the mansion immediately.
- Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man, who appear this issue, are revealed to be Skrulls next issue: Avengers 93.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- Our assemblers - scorned by an earth they saved! Captain Marvel - a hunted renegade! And then - the Avengers disbanded!
- No trivia.
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