It’s AVENGERS WEEK! We’ve asked some of the top names in comics to pick their favorite stories. Here’s writer Joe Pruett, the chief creative officer of the new AfterShock Comics!
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By JOE PRUETT
I’ll pick Avengers #111 as perhaps the most important Avengers issue for me. I had just started reading comics (and the Avengers) a few months earlier (Avengers #102 being the first issue I ever read) and this particular issue not only featured the Avengers, but also a few of my other favorite Marvel characters in Daredevil, Black Widow and the original X-Men (not to mention my all-time favorite villain, a character I would have the great thrill to write in Magneto Rex many years later). This issue showed my 7-year-old self that the Avengers were more than just a team comic-book series. The Avengers WERE Marvel Comics.