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Avengers (1963) #28

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My favorite bit might be Cap referring to Hawkeye as their own little sunbeam, that made me laugh out loud. The banter between Cap and Hawkeye sure reaches hilarious dimensions in this issue, and it's especially fun how Hawkeye manages to let even noble Cap resort to rather hostile comebacks (Hawkeye: 'Is it okay to BREATHE without your permission?' - Cap: 'In your case I'd rather you DIDN'T!'). Nice to see them working well together though, and from time to time it even looks as if the two of them are actually starting to get along in their own suabbling way.

The collector presents a creepy antagonist, and it's nice that it's not about world dominion for a change. Also cool to have Ant-Man (sorry, Goliath) and the Wasp back for this story, always great to see interactions between the various characters.

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With the arrival of Goliath this is my favourite team. It was my first introduction to the Avengers as a boy. Here in the UK in the late 60s, we just had black and white reprints, half a story each week. A Brit comic called Fantastic had this Avengers, Thor, X-men and Dr Strange. You could buy the original American colour comics but it was hit and miss and never in order. Pretty random what you bought, and they could be quite old. It brings back happy memories, as do reading all the old comics on here. Thanks Marvel this is brilliant. Actually enjoy reading them more now than I did them, as I understand the subtleties of the plots and characterisations. All we need on here is Not Brand Echh (for you youngsters, look it up). Never thought I would get this opportunity to re-read comics of my youth.