Appearing in "A Time of Marvels"Edit
- Phil Sheldon (First appearance)
- Mister Simon J. Goodman
- Mister Compton
- Angel (Thomas Halloway) (Cameo)
- Bill Lumpkin
- Bucky (James Buchanan Barnes)
- Arachne (Jessica Drew)
- Mighty Destroyer (Roger Aubrey)
- Black Widow (Claire Voyant)
- Thunderer (Jerry Carstairs)
- Blazing Skull (Mark Todd)
- Toro (Thomas Raymond)
- Ms. Drasyon
News Photographer Phil Sheldon, takes on the task of reporting a story about New York City’s very own super heroes. A book giving a glimpse at modern day legends! Follow The Avengers from a new perspective, and experience shot-by-shot a tale that may just end up to be more for than the cameraman bargained for.
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- No trivia.
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- Discuss Marvels Vol 1 1 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Marvels series
- Comic sources:
- Marvel Comics #1:
- Horton's press conference
- Torch in the streets
- Marvel Mystery Comics #2:
- Namor in NYC
- "That racing scam"
- Marvel Mystery Comics #4: Melted car/"Hoodlums in Flaming suits"
- Marvel Mystery Comics #5: Subway rescue
- Marvel Mystery Comics #6: Namor and Electro headlines
- Marvel Mystery Comics #7-#10: Torch/Namor clash
- Captain America Comics #1:
- LIFE Magazine events
- Captain America headlines
- Marvel Mystery Comics #18: "Human Torch Thwarts Amry Payroll Heist"
- Sub-Mariner #1/Marvel Mystery Comics #20: "Sub-Mariner Battles Radium Thieves"
- Marvel Mystery Comics #19: "Stock Market 'Hag' Burned by Torch"
- Captain America Comics #1: Captain America Homefront Action
- Captain America Comics #2: Captain America in Nazi Camp
- Marvel Mystery Comics #17: Torch and Namor in Bering Tunnel
- Marvel Mystery Comics #10: "Saved my business from a gasoline syndicate"
- Sub-Mariner #2: "Broke up a prisoner-of-war escape up in Canada"
- Marvel Mystery Comics #20: "Nabbed that arsonist"
- Human Torch Comics #5 (Fall): Torch/Namor battle
- Marvel Comics #1:
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ Although likely originally intended to be Willie Lumpkin the future mail-man for the Fantastic Four, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #6 states that this is actually Willie Lumpkin's grandfather Bill. This was likely done to avoid conflicts with the Sliding Timescale
- ↑ From the Marvels TPB, ISBN 9780785100492.