AVENGERS #11

Avengers (1963) #11

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"Now that the Avengers are without Iron Man, I can...wait...'Now'? I'm looking into the past, don't I? I could've went to this moment at any given time. In fact, I'm in no hurry to exploit this moment, because it stays within time. Guess, I'll make myself some hot cocoa."

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"I could make robotic duplicats of each of the biggest enemies from that time. But...no, I just make one from a street-level hero, even the Avengers don't fully trust. That's the smart way of doing things!"

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"I know where Tony Stark is." - "That's not, what you said, when I picked you up. You said, you wanted to be an Avenger." - "Yeah, I hoped I could take his spot. I'm a tech genius as well, you know?" - "You knew he was being kidnapped, and didn't tell us sooner?" - "Easy, Thor, he was under no obligation to report a kidnapping..." - "YES, YES HE WAS!"

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"Wait, the real Spider-Man is here?" - "Yes!" - "How! We're in South America! And I only said the name of this place within the walls of Avengers mansion!" - "It's easy, you see...huh...well I...how DID I get here? And more importantly, how do I get back? It's a schoolday!"

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"Blast the Avengers! They have beaten me again, and there's no way I can interfere anymore, now that the moment has passed...wait a minute. Computer? Build robotic clones of Magneto, Doctor Doom and the Hulk, and send them exactly to the point in time, where Spider-Man arrives. Don't hurry, we have all the time of the world. Man, time travel is awesome! Only an idiot would screw this up!"


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Yeah, not a fan of this issue, the Cameo is weak (it's a Spidey-Robot, who beats all of the Avengers, until Spider-Man inexplicably appears for the last six pages, beats the robot and...kinda disappears. It makes the Avengers look very weak and Spidey barely appears in person. Also: Time Travel-Stories always feel weak, when you remember, the time traveler quite literally has all the time of the world, and still fails somehow.