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Appearing in "The Call"Edit
- Queen's Vengeance (First appearance)\Avengers
- Jade Giantess\She-Hulk
- Lady Marvel\Binary (Carol Danvers)
- Iron Knight\ Iron Man (Tony Stark)
- Knave of Hearts\Starfox
- Sir Fulminator\Living Lightning
- Lady Comet\Firestar
- Circe the Sorceress\Sersi
- Ghost of Stone\Vision
- Yeoman America\Captain America (Steve Rogers)
- Longbow\Hawkeye (Clint Barton)
- Daystar\Photon (Monica Rambeau)
- Gigantus\Henry Pym
- Kreature (Hank McCoy)\Beast
- Tsarina\Black Widow
- Squire Justice\Justice
- Nubian Prince\Black Panther
- Sir MacHinery\Machine Man
- The Black Knight\Black Knight
- Arachne\Spider-Woman (Julia Carptenter)
- Lady Magdalena\Magdalene
- The Serf\D-Man
- Sir Devilfish\Stingray
- Gypsy Davy\Quicksilver
Synopsis for "The Call"Edit
In a medieval reality, Morgan enjoys tormenting the Avengers despite Modred's warnings that she's growing complacent. Captain America and Hawkeye break Morgan's spell and they attempt to free others. They are partially successful, but are forced to withdraw. Meanwhile, the Scarlet Witch's magic summons Wonder Man.
- Scarlet Witch first manages to summon Wonder Man, an act that eventually leads to his rebirth.
- Previous Chronological Appearance of Captain America and the rest of The Avengers: Avengers Vol 3 #1
- Next Chronological Appearance of Captain America and the rest of The Avengers: Avengers Vol 3 #3
- Previous Chronological Appearance of Wonder Man: Force Works #1
- No trivia.
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