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)
... 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, Darkhawk, Force, Graviton ... 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, Doctor Doom, Enchantress, Flag-Sm ... 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 ...
Living Lightning - Publication History
... first appeared 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 with #74-80, #82, #84-9 ... 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 ...
List Of Avengers Members - Original Organization (1963–2004) - UN Charter Recruits (1991–1992)
... 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the words coast and/or west:

    Too many Broadway actors in motion pictures lost their grip on success—had a feeling that none of it had ever happened on that sun-drenched coast, that the coast itself did not exist, there was no California. It had dropped away like a hasty dream and nothing could ever have been like the things they thought they remembered.
    Mae West (1892–1980)

    There are acacias, a graceful species amusingly devitalized by sentimentality, this kind drooping its leaves with the grace of a young widow bowed in controllable grief, this one obscuring them with a smooth silver as of placid tears. They please, like the minor French novelists of the eighteenth century, by suggesting a universe in which nothing cuts deep.
    —Rebecca West (1892–1983)