Series: Avengers, 1998 series

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Avengers: The Morgan Conquest by Kurt Busiek1-4
Avengers: Supreme Justice (Marvel Comics) by Kurt Busiek5-7
Avengers: Clear & Present Dangers by Kurt Busiek8-15
Avengers: Ultron Unlimited by Kurt Busiek19-22
Avengers: Living Legends by Kurt Busiek23-30
Avengers: Above and Beyond by Kurt Busiek36-40
Kang Dynasty (Avengers) by Kurt Busiek41-55
Avengers Vol. 1: World Trust by Geoff Johns57-62
Avengers: Red Zone by Geoff Johns64-70
Avengers Vol. 3: The Search for She-Hulk by Geoff Johns71-76
The Avengers, Vol. 4: Lionheart of Avalon by Chuck Austen77-81
The Avengers, Vol. 5: Once an Invader by Chuck Austen82-84

Related tags


  1. Avengers Forever by Kurt Busiek (2000)
  2. Avengers: Kang - Time and Time Again by Stan Lee (2005)
  3. The Mighty Avengers, Vol. 1: The Ultron Initiative by Brian Michael Bendis (2007)
  4. Avengers Prime by Brian Michael Bendis (2011)
  5. Avengers: The Initiative, Vol. 1 – Basic Training by Dan Slott (2007)
  6. Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol. 3: Bizarre Adventures by Jeff Parker (2007)
  7. The Avengers Omnibus, Vol. 1 by Stan Lee (2011)
  8. Avengers, Vol. 6: Infinite Avengers by Jonathan Hickman (2014)
  9. Secret Avengers, Vol. 1: Mission to Mars by Ed Brubaker (2011)
  10. The Avengers 2: Mischief by Tony Bedard (2007)
  11. Fantastic Four: World's Greatest by Mark Millar (2008)
  12. The Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe by Mark Gruenwald (1989)
  13. The New Teen Titans: Who Is Donna Troy? by Marv Wolfman (2005)
  14. Avengers: Endless Wartime by Warren Ellis (2013)
  15. Secret Avengers, Vol. 3: Run the Mission, Don't Get Seen, Save the World by Warren Ellis (2012)

Series description

Books reprinting issues from the second Marvel Comics Avengers series, which ran from 1998 to 2004.


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