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Appearing in "Destroy!"Edit

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As Hawkeye, Wonder Man, and Living Lightning defend Stark Enterprises against the invading Raiders, Seekers and Hunters, Iron Man, Darkhawk, and the rest of the West Coast Avengers branch infiltrate an island AIM complex, with Rhodes going in under cover using the Mauler armor. US agent parachutes onto the AIM Island to retrieve the Iron Monger armor and runs into the West Coast Avengers. As they argue Rhodes approaches the installation, but DeWitt's mercenaries are alerted to the deception and start a fight; the guards prove out of their league against the armored opponent, but an automated defense blows the Mauler armor to pieces.

Putting aside their issues, the Avengers race into battle, while back at Stark's plane, Rhodes removes his remote control helmet and thanks Tony for insisting he use it rather than wearing the armor. Iron Man sneaks into the complex, and is confronted by DeWitt's remote-controlled armor units, as DeWitt is now crippled and in a wheelchair. As Iron Man battles the units, DeWitt explains the origins of his grudge; he believes Stark stole his father's designs to create Iron Man, while his father died penniless and ridiculed. DeWitt then commands the entire AIM arsenal against Iron Man. Too much for DeWitt to handle, neural feedback causes a chain reaction that destroys the compound, killing DeWitt in the process.

Iron Man meets up with the Avengers and informs US Agent that the Iron Monger suit he seeks after has been destroyed. Later, Stark realizes that he can't stop the duplication of his inventions, but at least those duplicates grow more outdated every day, while his own become more sophisticated.

Appearing in "Annual Report"Edit

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Appearing in "Cold Fire"Edit

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  • Colonel Petruschenko

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Appearing in "Mrs. A. Takes a Holiday"Edit

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Appearing in "Five Minutes"Edit

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  • Unicorn will appear next in CoH 3


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