Totally Geeked Out
As you may or may not be familiar with, the Auto Avengers are mechanical counterparts of the originals. The strengths of Hawkeye include range, advanced sense of spatial geometry, and enhanced “hawk-eye” vision while his flaws are slowness, easily-damaged instruments, and, although a capable fighter, he heavily relies on distance or he’ll be hopelessly outmatched. Hulk has unmatched strength but he can attack teammates mid-battle due to an inability to control his rage at times. Thor possesses shock-based weaponry, flight capabilities, electrified armor, an internal core that constantly generates massive amounts of power, and a hammer that can only be operated by him alone. Thor is mainly built as a brawler rather than a tactitian, so while he is good at smashing things, Thor can be outsmarted and such by clever foes. The other drawback is that he must release excess electricity or his core will become unstable. Iron Man, the god of robots, is in a perpetual state of unawareness with the world around, beyond communication, and on more than one occasion, aggressive measures have been taken on the construct, but no known weapon has had any effect. The final piece to the puzzle is none other than Captain America, who wields an indestructible shield that’s held in place by powerful magnets on his arms. Cap is also well-versed in both h2h and long-ranged combat, being experienced in WW2, as well as being able to toss his shield with great accuracy. These assets make him a great leader. However, if separated from his shield for too long, he will lose power, and while he’s a competent soldier, Cap is at his weakest when he’s not working with a team.
Auto Avengers, by Justin Currie.
Which Avenger has the best design?
THOR & THE AVENGERS: MOLTO and the LAVA MEN! 1966
MediAvengers round-up - Utter trash from July - September
Taking a look back at the gossip rags and speculative journalism from MediAvengers posts created mid-July through September.
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Everyone’s calling them The Avengers, but who exactly are they?
Just over a week after the devastating events in New York, Us Weekly pulls together some information about the team dubbed The Avengers.
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Heat Vision Burn! HA!
From Avengers Assemble.