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Appearing in "The Day Death Died!"Edit

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Solicit Synopsis:Edit

Trapped in the Death Dimension, the Avengers' only way out is to kill the West Coast Avengers! Guest-starring: Captain Marvel, the Green Goblin, Drax the Destroyer, Death-Adder, Dracula, and more!

NotesEdit

  • Continued from the events in West Coast Avengers Annual #2.
  • As with previous appearances of the Legion of the Unliving, some characters have appeared alive later, or been shown to not have actually been deceased in the first place. These characters include Drax the Destroyer, Terrax the Tamer, Dracula, and Nighthawk, all of whom reappeared in later issues. In addition, the Green Goblin from this issue seems to be Norman Osborn, but he was not actually dead at the time, although it could have been Bart Hamilton, the third Green Goblin. Furthermore, Bucky appears, but would be retconned decades later to have not perished in World War II. As Thor surmises when he fights an atypically craven Executioner, it's likely the Legion are merely simulations of the individuals in question. Legion of the Unliving appearances have always caused continuity problems if taken literally.
  • Death of every Avenger except for Hawkeye and Captain America, though all are restored to life by the issue's end.
  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


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