Avengers West Coast

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Official Handbook Of The Marvel Universe - Bibliography of Official Handbook Series - The Official Handbook of The Marvel Universe Vol. III (Master Edition)
... Saturnyne, Space Phantom, Tyr, Adam Warlock Action Sheet Ghost Rider / Team Action Sheet Avengers (First Line-Up) 24 $ 4.50 16 Model Sheets Absorbing Man, Baron Strucker, Cyclops ... Bishop, Zodiac I, Zodiac II Action Sheet Daredevil / Team Action Sheet Avengers (Fifth Line-Up) 23 $ 4.50 20 Model Sheets Archangel, Baron Blood I, Black Knight I, Captain Atlas, Controller ... Señor Muerte, Shapeshifter, Trapster I II, Union Jack I II, Voice, Ymir Team Action Sheet Avengers West Coast (First Line-Up) 23 $ 4.95 33 Model Sheets Avalanche, Black Archer, Centurious ...
List Of Avengers Members - Original Organization (1963–2004) - UN Charter Recruits (1991–1992)
... Character Real name Joined in Notes Spider-Man Peter Benjamin Parker Avengers #329 (February 1991) Joined as a reserve member ... Current member of the main Avengers team, while serving concurrently as a member of the Future Foundation ... Former member of the New Avengers ...
Living Lightning - Publication History
... in the story "When Lives the Lightning" in Avengers West Coast #63 (October, 1990), written by Dann Thomas and Roy Thomas, and illustrated by Paul Ryan ... From 1991 to 1994, he began as an enemy of Avengers West Coast in Avengers West Coast #71-73 then became a member of the team and has made nineteen other appearances in this series ... In 1992, as an Avenger, he appeared in other titles of the crossover Operation Galactic Storm with The Avengers #345, #347, Captain America #401, Quasar #33, Thor #445 ...

Famous quotes containing the words coast and/or west:

    And ladies with their nails prepared for tea
    And sunken barques that coast the shores of hell
    And old men vacant of propriety
    Have faintly rung a next-door neighbor’s bell.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Many are concerned about the monuments of the West and the East,—to know who built them. For my part, I should like to know who in those days did not build them,—who were above such trifling.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)