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    Reviews - The Avengers - #158

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Vision VS Wonderman! - longthorn
One of the quintessential 70’s Avengers Comics, It was here were the romance between Wonderman and the Scarlet Witch truly began. A battle I really wanted to see as a young collector between the Vision and Wonderman. Also in this issue the origin of Gravitation a villain I think too overlooked in the marvel Universe as power over gravity could be used in many other ways then has been thus far. He could rival or surpass Magneto in power. I really enjoy everything about this comic. I give it four stars.




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