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Appearing in "The End of HYDRA"Edit
- Imperial Hydra
- unnamed agents
- Imperial Industries International (In an illusion or vision)
- Leslie Farrington
- Vincent Vandergill
- Betatron Bomb
- Mechanical Hunter
Synopsis for "The End of HYDRA"Edit
Fury and Agent G are able to fight off the HYDRA Tigers and meet up with Dugan and Jones and the other Agents of SHIELD, helping them in their battle. Meanwhile, Tony Stark personally pilots the Braino-saur into orbit and is able to deactivate the Betatron bomb. Imperial HYDRA, half-crazed over the defection of his daughter, climbs up to Imperial Industries International, revealing that he is Leslie Farrington's secretary, Arnold Brown. The issue ends as he is about to press the destruct button that will blow up HYDRA's base and Fury and all who are still in it....
Appearing in "The Pincers of Power!"Edit
- Mindless Ones
- Despots of neighboring dimensions
- Agamotto (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Hoggoth (Mentioned) (Invocation)
Synopsis for "The Pincers of Power!"Edit
Challenging Dr. Strange to a duel, Dormammu summons all the various lords of other mystical realms to watch the fight. Using the "Pincers of Power" as the choice fighting weapon, Dormammu has the upper hand until Dr. Strange is able to figure out the devices and start gaining the advantage. When it appears that Dr. Strange is going to win, Mordo not wanting his master to lose blasts Dr. Strange with a mystic bolt from behind.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- No trivia.
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