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After busting up a group of train robbers hired by Kang the Conqueror, the three time-traveling Avengers and the heroes of the old west learn how to break into Kang's citadel.

Right Between the Eons!

After interrogating one of the train robbers about Kang’s location, Thor (disguised as Donald Blake), Hawkeye, Moondragon and Two-Gun Kid ride into town in Old West attire. They gain entrance to Kang’s fortress but are immediately discovered as Kang vows revenge via video screen against the Avengers depriving him of the Celestial Madonna.

Back in the present, the other Avengers are trapped in a cage inside the Brand Corporation but using Captain America’s shield, Vision is able to pass through the bars and engineer their escape.

Meanwhile, Kang has dispatched a genetically mutated coyote against Hawkeye, Moondragon and Two-Gun Kid. Thanks to his disguise, Thor manages to slip past Kang’s scanners into the control room. When Kang notices the bearded stranger is missing, Blake reveals himself and transforms into Thor.

While Thor battles Kang, Two-Gun Kid narrowly escapes the creature’s grasp thanks to Moondragon’s mental powers but is shaken by the near-death experience.

Outside the fortress, Kang unleashes his dissolution beam against Thor. As Thor continues to resist, Kang increases the power but in doing so overloads his suit and is apparently destroyed.

The fortress disappears and Immortus appears in the sky, explaining Kang’s atoms have split and spread throughout time never to come together again. With Kang’s death, the cycle is broken and Rama-Tut and Immortus no longer exist. As Immortus fades away, Moondragon sheds a tear for his demise.


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This issue continues the segmented story, with half of the team still in the Old West fighting Kang and the other half in modern day fighting the Squadron Supreme and Roxxon. The story here comes off a little bit disjointed because of this split, as a modern telling of the same issues might have split the story lines for better effect. Here though, the action mostly focuses on the battle against Kang. This part of the story doesn't seem to be able to find its focus, as it wavers between a mo...

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