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AVENGERS #143 (Jan 1976) Marvel Comics

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AVENGERS #142
Date: Jan 1976
Cover Price: $0.25
Publisher: marvel.com

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    Credits
    "Right Between the Eons" (18 pages) 
    writer:  Steve Englehart 
    art:  George Pérez
    Sam Grainger
    colors:  Janice Cohen 
    letters:  Tom Orzechowski 
    editor:  Marv Wolfman
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    Rude Chapbooks 07.29.11

    posted Jul 29, 2011 9:16 AM by vu sleeper

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    AVENGERS #143 (Jan 1976)
    Rude Chapbooks 07.29.11
    Written by Bryan A. Hollerbach Friday, 29 July 2011


    (excerpt)

    The Avengers
    #143 concludes the conflict in a tale punningly (and punishingly) entitled “Right Between the Eons!” While Captain America, Iron Man, and the remainder of the team continue to probe the nefarious nature of the Brand Corporation—just a two-page sequence herein—Hawkeye, the ever-vexatious Moondragon, and Thor settle the Avengers’ account with Kang, in a no-holds-barred battle that includes a mysterious bearded, blonde cowboy…and a much more familiar character. Visualizing all of this Sturm und Drang, with inker Sam Grainger, is tyro penciller George Perez, who’s developed by leaps and bounds since his recent Manwolf run with David Anthony Kraft in Creatures on the Loose. (Perez shows considerable promise, albeit perhaps not on a team title—The Amazing Spider-Man, maybe?) This issue’s climax, naturally, begs the question of whether Kang will ever again bedevil the Avengers. Well, y’know, only time will tell…


    Retro-View: The Avengers #143 (Marvel Comics)
    posted Apr 10, 2009 12:23 PM by vu sleeper

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    AVENGERS #143 (Jan 1976)
    Retro-View: The Avengers #143 (Marvel Comics)
    Friday, April 10, 2009

    Marvel Comics The Avengers #143 (January 1976) was written by Steve Englehart, illustrated by George Perez & Sam Grainger and edited by Marv Wolfman. "Right Between The Eons!" depicts a battle between time-lost Avengers members Hawkeye, Moondragon & Thor versus Kang the Conqueror in Tombstone, Arizona in 1873. Of course, this is a follow up to the previous issue when several of the company's western-themed heroes guest starred, and this time around, the Two-Gun Kid is still part of the mix.

    After finagling the password out of one of Kang's henchmen, the team rides into Tombstone in disguise in order to launch an assault on his artificially constructed headquarters. However, before we are treated to that tension fraught skirmish, we briefly pop back to the future (our present) to check in on the rest of the Avengers who find themselves trapped within the walls of the Brand Corporation, thanks to the Squadron Supreme (last issue). Captain America hatches a nifty scheme which allows the Vision to free them from their energy-prison, alongside Iron Man, the Scarlet Witch, the Beast and Patsy Walker (who will adopt her own superhero identity next issue).

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