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  • 1st team appearance of the Mighty Avengers: Luke Cage, Spider-Man (Octavius), Spectrum and Spider-Hero)
  • 1st appearance of Blade as Spider-Hero
  • 1st appearance of Monica Rambeau as Spectrum (formerly Photon and the second Ms. Marvel)
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  • Power Man (Alvarez), White Tiger (Ava Ayala) and Blue Marvel join the Mighty Avengers
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  • Variant cover art by Salvador Larroca featuring Eminem, sold only in the Detroit area.
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  • 1st appearance of the fourth Ronin (revealed in Mighty Avengers #9 to be Blade the Vampire Hunter)
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  • 1st appearance of Dr. Positron, Max Brashear, son of Blue Marvel
  • 1st cameo appearance of Kevin Brashear, the Blue Marvel's eldest son
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  • Blade reveals himself to be the fourth to wear the Ronin costume
  • 1st appearance of Evald Skorpion who is later turned into Neohedron by The Maker
  • 1st full appearance of Kevin Brashear, eldest son of the Blue Marvel
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  • 1st appearance of Danielle Cage as Captain America (alternate reality)
  • 1st appearance of Golden Skull
  • *actor Frank Grillo said the next Captain America "could be an African-American, it could be a woman" (Captain America #25 also on the Spec Deck)
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  • 1st appearance of White Fox, a shapeshifter from Korea
  • 1st appearance of Guillotine, a French woman who wields a magical sword
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  • 1st appearance of Dr Toni Ho, a Chinese-American woman who later becomes the second Rescue and the third Iron Patriot
  • 1st appearance of Neohedron, the mind of Evald Skorpion trapped in a crystal by The Maker, floating above the torso of a gorilla with the lower-half of a scorpion
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  • 1st appearance of Blindspot (Sam Chung)
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  • Variant cover art by David Marquez
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  • 1st team appearance of the Ultimates: Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Ms America Chavez, Spectrum and Blue Marvel
  • 1st appearance of Ayo (played by Florence Kasumba), a member of Black Panther's Dora Milaje
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  • 1st appearance of Galactus the Lifebringer, gold-armored and opposite in his intention
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  • 1st team appearance of the U.S.Avengers: Citizen V (Sunspot), Cannonball, Red Hulk, Iron Patriot, Danielle Cage, Enigma and Squirrel Girl
  • 1st appearance of the second Red Hulk
  • 1st appearance of the third Iron Patriot (Toni Ho)
  • Over 50 variants exist, featuring an Avenger and the state from which they were born
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  • Immortal Hulk Storyline: Final panels show The Hulk's teeth in the darkness and narration assumed to be Banner saying 'he cannot be controlled'
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  • The Hulk's hand appears from the rubble and narration reveals what has been true since the beginning, The Hulk is immortal
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  • 1st mention of the Hulk as the Immortal Hulk
  • Immortal Hulk Storyline: The Challenger explains "rage" is raw-power and undying. In the final panel, The Hulk fully emerges from the ruins.
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  • Variant cover art by Mark Brooks features Hawkeye in modern costume
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  • In Avengers #688, The Hulk is shown being teleported into space by The Challenger
  • Bruce arrives at a diner to meet with Hawkeye as an Easter egg at the beginning of a scene shows a song called "Green Door" playing on the jukebox
  • Bruce apologizes to Hawkeye for asking him to shoot him with the arrow
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  • Premiere issue of the new series that explores the Hulk's immortality
  • Bruce Banner is killed by an armed robber but he returns as The Hulk after the sun goes down which is a callback to how The Hulk first operated back in The Incredible Hulk #1
  • ***according to Marvel's legacy numbering, this is issue #717 of The Incredible Hulk (1962)

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