Avengers Spotlight #26

    Avengers Spotlight » Avengers Spotlight #26 - Tales From The Vault released by Marvel on December 1989.

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    The ACTS OF VENGEANCE crossover saga begins here! One of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe has a long-standing grudge against the Avengers. This time he's come up with the ultimate plan to destroy them! Plus: Hawkeye and Iron Man embark on a desperate rescue mission to free guards trapped in The Vault!


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    Not vengeful enough yet 0

    TDK reviews - Acts of VengeanceReviews. I haven't reviewed in while but I have decided to get back to it. I have no idea if there is anyone left on the website who even reads reviews anymore, but I will do it for myself. I will be doing a series of reviews as I am going through more important comic books which I am reading through my spare time. Acts of Vengeance is the first one to go. Acts of Vengeance is a classic Marvel crossover which I have been meaning to go through for quite a while and...

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    Vengeance in a Bottle 0

    AF Reviews: Acts of VengeanceTales from the Vault by Dwayne McDuffie and Dwayne Turner is the first part, or the prologue, to Marvel's Acts of Vengeance crossover. Acts of Vengeance was a line-wide crossover, although the actual "story" elements of the crossover were confined to 6 issues of John Byrne's Avengers. The titles closely related to the Avengers such as Captain America also provided pretty meaty, although skippable, tie-ins and titles like X-Men or Daredevil were connected through the ...

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