When the Patsy Walker comics went out of print, Centerville went into an economic slump. The town continued to struggle until Hedy Wolfe gained the rights to and began republishing the classic Patsy Walker comics. With the renewed interest and funds, Hedy helped transform the town in into a destination resort where visitors could experience the "perfect middle-American small town". The renovation also included amusement park-style attractions.
Around the time of the renovation, many Centervillians were possessed by demons under the control of the sorcerer Nicholas Scratch and the demon Daboia working with the Sons of the Serpent. They town was rescued from the demons by Hellcat and the Avengers.
Seven months after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Centerville targeted by Faysal Al-Tariq and his forces on Easter Sunday. Al-Tariq's forces dropped mines leveling much of the city. Captain America was deployed by Nick Fury to rescue the citizen hostages and take down the terrorists.
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When Hedy Wolfe gained the rights to and began republishing the classic Patsy Walker comics, she also helped transform the town in into a destination resort with several amusement park-style attractions, including:
- The Centerville Serpent, roller coaster
- A Date with Patsy, old mill ride
- The Fashion Plate, clothing store
- Girls on the Go-Go Tilt-a-Whirl
- Hedy's Wolfe-at-the-Door House of Horrors, haunted house
- Krautmann's Sodas, old fashion ice cream parlor and drug store
- Mickey's Merry-Go-Round, carousel
- Miss Bliss's Classroom Cut-Ups, funhouse
- Tubs' & Nan's Pedal-Tubs, paddle boats
- Walker Family Home
- Patsy and Hedy's Apartment
- Centerville High School
- Centerville Junior High School
- For a list of current residents, see Centerville/Residents.
- Dolly Donahue
- Dorothy Walker
- Joshua Walker
- Hellcat (Patricia "Patsy" Walker)
- Mad-Dog (Robert "Buzz" Baxter)
- Michael "Mickey" Walker
- Mayor Nicholas
- Ronald "Ronnie" Robbins
- Russell Daboia
- Tiger Walker
- Tom "Tubs" Hale
- No special notes.
- In Avengers Annual Vol 3 #2000, a sign welcoming individuals to Centerville records the population as 3,428. However, in Captain America Vol 4 #2, Nick Fury states the population is barely six hundred.
- Appearances of Centerville
- Minor Appearances of Centerville
- Media Centerville was Mentioned in
- Location Gallery: Centerville
- Images related to Centerville
- Marvel Staff members who were born in Centerville
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