Like the first Avengers movie, Loki is the antagonist in Avengers #1, using his illusions to pit the superheroes against each other and the Hulk.
Eventually, Thor solves the Loki problem and the superheroes vow to watch each other’s backs. Surprisingly, it’s the Wasp who comes up with the name “the Avengers”.
At the time, Iron Man had only been in existence for a few months, as seen by his gold armor on the cover of Marvel Avengers #1.
This was Hulk's next appearance after his comic series was cancelled after only six issues. It wouldn’t be until 1968 that his solo series was rebooted.
Today, Avengers #1 is one of the most important issues in comic history. This comic has earned a prized spot in many comic collections, and any owner can testify its significance.
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