(Jeff Parker / Manuel Garcia issues)
1. "The Replacements"
2. "The Leader has a Big Head"
3. "Finding Zemo"
4. "The Masters of Evil"
(Tony Bedard / Shannon Gallant issues)
5. "The Trickster and the Wrecker"
6. "The U-Foes!"
7. "Like a Juggernaut!"
8. "Loki Laughs Last"
(Jeff Parker / Juan Santacruz issues)
9. "A Not-So-Beautiful Mind"
10. "Medieval Women"
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