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Reed Richards is quite wrong... a soviet nuclear tech who had been exposed to a seriously unhealthy dose of radiation while trying to prevent the meltdown of Chernobyl, only to find saboteurs on hand, has been brought to Doctor Estivez, the best hematologist in America, for a bone marrow transplant. But when she unhooks the sedative flow in his containment suit, the Avengers are faced with a man who has gained superpowers from the treatments already given him by the Russians but who still thinks he's trying to save Chernobyl.. Those powers include controls over Nuclear forces... clearly this isn't a situation that calls for the talents of Mr. Fantastic, good thing he stayed home

So Rage could answer the call )
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For the comm's approval, I submit Hank Pym in the midst of two tropes (only one of which I can find the name of) from Avengers issue 366.

First, a Crowning Moment of Awesome, as Not The Quinjet is being attacked by a Kree Sentry.
Fightin' words )
And now, while I can't find the exact name of the trope, it's something we all know. "What do you mean 'oops'?"

Involving the Vision no less )

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