Appearing in "Weep for a Lost Nightmare!"Edit
- Captain America (Steve Rogers)
- Whitney Frost (Dream)
- Janice Cord (Dream)
- Night Phantom (Dream)
- Bridget (First appearance)
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Synopsis for "Weep for a Lost Nightmare!"Edit
Kevin O'Brien in the guise of the Guardsman brings Iron Man to Avengers Mansion. Captain America momentarily mistakes the Guardsman as the foe that injured Iron Man and confronts him. The two intially fight, but then the Guardsman explains that he took Iron Man to the mansion to aid him. The Guardsman uses the mansion's equipment to repair Tony's pacemaker.
Elsewhere, Mr. Kline fumes over his inability to control Stark's mind, but he still is able to influence his subconscious dreams so he sends Tony nightmare images of the Night Phantom. Mr. Kline also built a Night Phantom robot with plans to send it out to confront Iron Man. As Tony recovers at his penthouse, Kevin finds his attraction to Marianne difficult to control. After Kevin leaves, the Night Phantom robot invades the penthouse and menaces Marianne. Tony drags himself from his wheelchair to become Iron Man and fights, only to then realize after he smashes its chest that he is facing another of Mr. Kline's robots.
Appearing in Armageddon on Avenue "A"Edit
- Wilbur Grabowski
- Spa Fon (an Ant)
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Synopsis for Armageddon on Avenue "A"Edit
While flying through the air on one of his ants, Ant-Man is made aware of strange vibrations coming from a nearby candy store. Upon investigating the signal Hank discovers that one of his foes the Scarlet Beetle is back and his plan for insect domination over humankind is still his ultimate goal. After pretending to be captured Ant-Man breaks free and is able to fight his way from the Beetle's grasp while the down on his luck candy store owner unknowingly saves Ant-Man and possibly the entire world when he tries to burn down his own shop to get its insurance money.
- As seen on page one Story One is Job #780Z.
- The Scarlet Beetle had previously appeared in Tales to Astonish #39.
(Mislabeled as IRON MAN #45:) Shock follows shock - as a wounded Iron Man stands alone against the nefarious Night Phantom! Bonus; an all-new Ant-Man spectacular!
- No trivia.
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