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139: Avengers #3 (v1)

" The Avengers meet Sub-Mariner!' "
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Avengers #3 (v1)
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Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Paul Reinman
Writers: Stan Lee
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: Paul Reinman
Letterers: Sam Rosen
Cover Date: January 1964
Release Date: November 1963
Story Arc: -
Pages: 25
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,289                 Times Rated: 658
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Universes:   Earth-616  
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Being too much of a threat to be left to his own devices, the Avengers start a search for the Hulk. He manages to evade them by escaping into the Atlantic Ocean. Where he finds a most unlikely ally, the Sub-mariner!
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Iron Man
Iron Man last appeared in Journey into Mystery #101a (v1). Iron Man next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
Thor last appeared in Journey into Mystery #103c (v1). Thor next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
Giant-Man last appeared in Journey into Mystery #101a (v1). Giant-Man next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
  The Wasp
The Wasp last appeared in Journey into Mystery #101a (v1). The Wasp next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
Supporting Characters
  The Human Torch
The Human Torch last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). The Human Torch next appears in Fantastic Four #22 (v1).
  The Invisible Girl
The Invisible Girl last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). The Invisible Girl next appears in Fantastic Four #22 (v1).
  Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). Mr. Fantastic next appears in Fantastic Four #22 (v1).
  The Thing
The Thing last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). The Thing next appears in Fantastic Four #22 (v1).
  Rick Jones
Rick Jones last appeared in Avengers #2 (v1). Rick Jones next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
  Professor X
Professor X last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Professor X next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
Cyclops last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Cyclops next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
Beast last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Beast next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
Angel last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Angel next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
Iceman last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Iceman next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
  Marvel Girl
Marvel Girl last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). Marvel Girl next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
  Jane Foster
Jane Foster last appeared in Journey into Mystery #104a (v1). Jane Foster next appears in Avengers #5 (v1).
Spider-Man last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). Spider-Man next appears in Amazing Spider-Man #9 (v1).
  The Sub-Mariner
The Sub-Mariner last appeared in Fantastic Four Annual #1a. The Sub-Mariner next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
  The Hulk
The Hulk last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). The Hulk next appears in Fantastic Four #25 (v1).
Group Appearances
The Avengers (Roster II)
The Avengers last appeared in Journey into Mystery #101a (v1). The Avengers next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
The Fantastic Four (Roster I)
The Fantastic Four last appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #8b (v1). The Fantastic Four next appears in Fantastic Four #22 (v1).
The Teen Brigade
The Teen Brigade last appeared in Avengers #2 (v1). The Teen Brigade next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
The X-Men
The X-Men last appeared in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1). The X-Men next appears in X-Men #3 (v1).
Equipment, Items & Vehicles
Iron Man Armor, Model 2
Iron Man Armor, Model 2 last appeared in Journey into Mystery #101a (v1). Iron Man Armor, Model 2 next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
Mjolnir last appeared in Journey into Mystery #103c (v1). Mjolnir next appears in Avengers #4 (v1).
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Issue Review
   October 26, 2012
Finally, the Avengers stop fighting amongst themselves and start...fighting a former member.

This book is the unofficial start of an unofficial, four part storyline, that is, in this reader’s opinion, one of the shining examples of good Silver Age storytelling. I’d like to call it HULK SMASH EVERYBODY, part the first.

Avengers #3 sets things up with the team trying to find The Incredible Hulk. They’ll eventually go on to get completely wiped out by the jade giant in a few pages. The Hulk teams up with Namor for some reason and the Avengers only make it out of that battle alive due to The Hulk’s unexpected transformation into Banner.
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This issue opens with Iron Man, Thor, Giant-Man and the Wasp attending the monthly meeting of the Avengers at the home of Tony Stark. They all agree that the Hulk is a possible menace while he’s running wild and that they need to find him. Iron Man uses a device invented by Tony Stark that lets him project his image to distant places. Using the device, which also allows him to see and hear the person that he is speaking to, he contacts the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and the X-Men and asks each of them for their help in tracking down the Hulk. All of them are busy with their own projects, but the Fantastic Four and the X-Men agree to pass on anything they hear. Thor then suggests that they ask Rick Jones for help. They contact Rick by radio and he agrees to go out and look for the Hulk.

Rick soon locates the Hulk and convinces him that he needs to return to his secret cave. The Hulk and Rick go to the cave, which holds a hidden lab, and Rick uses a gamma ray machine to turn the Hulk into Bruce Banner. Banner is exhausted, so Rick puts him to bed in a locked room, settling down himself outside the room’s steel door to keep vigil in case Banner were to turn back into the Hulk.

Later that night, Banner does change back into the Hulk and smashes out of the room, completely ignoring Rick’s pleas for him to stop. With the Hulk out of control, Rick hurries to a nearby Teen Brigade radio room and contacts the Avengers.

Iron Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Thor all respond. However, as Iron Man nears the scene he is ambushed by the Hulk and the two of them get into a battle. Ant-Man and the Wasp arrive and Ant-Man enters a nearby ant-hill, commanding the ants to dam an underground stream. The dammed stream bursts up through the ground, throwing the Hulk off balance and giving Iron Man the advantage. Thor arrives and orders the Hulk to return with them. Ignoring Thor’s command, the Hulk leaps into the air and crashes down through the ground into an abandoned mine shaft. Escaping along the tunnel, he resurfaces next to a passing train, but finds the Avengers in hot pursuit. They battle on the moving train until the Hulk drops bags of flour into the train’s smokestack and makes his getaway under cover of the ensuing smoke screen.

The Hulk avoids detection by hiding in a gravel truck. When the gravel is tipped into a stream, he swims along the stream, only coming up occasionally for air, until he reaches the ocean. Several days later, completely exhausted, he’s rescued by a passing ship, little knowing that he is being watched by Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner. As the ship passes a deserted island, the Hulk abandons ship. He finds the Sub-Mariner waiting for him on the island. The Hulk attacks the Sub-Mariner and they fight, but Namor manages to get the Hulk into the water where he has the advantage. Namor defeats the Hulk and drags him back out of the water onto the island where he suggests that the two of them team up to “bring humanity to its knees”. The Hulk is impressed by Namor’s toughness and agrees to the alliance. Namor summons his ship and they travel to the Rock of Gibraltar, where they issues a challenge to the Avengers to meet them in battle.

The Avengers accept the challenge and travel to Gibraltar in a sub built by Tony Stark. In the tunnels beneath the Rock they are met by the Hulk and Namor who fire an old howitzer at them. Iron Man deflects the howitzer shell, but is then put out of action when Namor shoots an emery dust pellet at him, freezing up all of his joints. Thor keeps Namor and the Hulk occupied while Giant-Man utilizes some old air-raid life-saving equipment to pump the dust out of Iron Man’s armour. Namor and the Hulk pull back to where Namor has previously modified an old air-raid siren so that its blast will destroy anyone in front of it. However, the Avengers avoid the trap by coming at Namor from behind. The Hulk stands back to watch, while Namor battles the Avengers alone, once more putting Iron Man out of action by damaging his chest plate. As Namor battles Thor, the Hulk joins in, trying, unsuccessfully, to pull the hammer from Thor’s grasp. While Thor and Giant-Man subdue Namor, the stress of the situation causes the Hulk to revert back to Bruce Banner and he runs off.

Namor is weakening due the time he’s spent out of water, but he makes a final effort. He manages to escape from Giant-Man’s grasp, only to be pinned against the tunnel wall by Iron Man’s repulser field. In spite of his weakening condition, Namor continues to struggle, cracking the stone wall and allowing water to trickle through. The water revives him and he surges free, making his escape. Thor declines to go after him, saying that he’s earned his escape through his valor.

As he swims away, Namor prays that one day he’ll meet the Avengers again, under the sea, promising that things will turn out differently.
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  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-24 13:10:36  
  I like that it shows interaction between all the major players of the Marvel Universe.

More of that damn Teen Brigade!

Why would Iron Man need to hide behind a rock to avoid cactus needles if he's bullet proof? (It reminds me of the old Steve Reeves Superman ducking when someone throws a gun in a last ditch effort. haha) For that matter....squeezing a cactus to make the needles fly? C'mon Stan.

  Webslinger Says:    
  2012-05-02 05:29:43  
  Man, if there was but one thing that Marvel heroes had on the start it was selfishness!

Funny Iron Man lessons: "Did I ever tell you about my magnetic repulsors??"

Someone please explains me why would Prince Namor want to defeat the Avengers first, instead of the Fantasitc Four?

I 'wonder' witch of 4 Avengers is not included when said: "three of the world's most colorful evil smashers".

I agree with Stan, actually the Avengers is really unexpected, as they fight for real one of them, also, as a group they almost don't care about knowing each other, at least on this fresh Start.

Avengers, I cared nothing for then when started, now I fear I'll really like this group!!

  Leelas Says:    
  2012-05-26 05:29:56  
  Best Avengers issue so far. Finally starting to have some actual chemistry going on. Also enjoyed Spidey's cameo. Snarky working class hero mouthing off to Iron Man for the win.  

  Safis Says:    
  2012-06-24 22:33:23  
  Tony Stark's image projector: the stalker's dream machine!

Good issue! I honestly like the Teen Bridage's involvement. I kind of want to give the Fantastic Four a slap in the face here though. "Oh sorry, can't save the world tonight, I already have plans to go out tonight."

  Daredevil Says:    
  2012-07-09 13:45:28  
  How many times in one issue do we have to be told that the Avengers don't know that Tony Stark is Iron Man?  

  Anonymous Says:    
  2012-07-28 16:44:08  
  I'm really digging these cross overs. Sure, they're crossovers for the sake of crossovers, but they are fun.  

  Ice Says:    
  2012-07-28 19:10:19  
  I like this one! That panel with Namor and the Hulk ganging up on Thor was absolutely golden. It would have been nice if The Wasp or Giant Man had actually done something worthwhile, though.  

  aramina Says:    
  2012-08-01 01:17:04  
  I find the fact that none of the Avengers know each other's secret identities to be absurd at this point. How are they supposed to work together if they can't even contact each other half the time?  

  pik.asso Says:    
  2012-08-10 02:31:42  
  Seems like there are now too many characters for Stan to handle. He gets confused with the names here and there. For now let me introduce Bob Banner!  

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-09-10 16:32:25  
  Jeez lol, did you guys know the Avengers don't know Tony Stark is Iron Man? And for being a weapons manufacturer, Iron Man sure does like to negotiate for peace a bit too much. Very odd attribute for Stark to have. Anyways, good issue. The Avengers are getting better, and I think the Hulk not being a member has something to do with that.  

  specialque Says:    
  2012-09-21 18:58:46  
  Namor and Hulk were in rare douche mode in this issue. It would have been so much better without their constant anti-human bitching. The fight scenes were good, but the story was weak.  

  addzy94 Says:    
  2012-11-06 23:43:13  
  Why oh why are these comics so cheesy?

It is spoiling everything. The heroes keep yapping constantly about what they are about to do and have to let us know even if they fart. This shows that the artwork is not upto the mark

  Phantasmagoria Says:    
  2013-01-10 20:03:50  
  This one is okay. It starts out strong with Iron Man checking for news of The Hulk for the sake of entertaining cameos, but then quickly devolves into a standard slog-fest. Luckily, I've heard that next issue is really, really good.  

  Phantasmagoria Says:    
  2013-01-10 20:05:59  
  @addzy94 It's a carry-over from the Golden Age when there was less emphasis on art and the writer was EXPECTED to explain a lot through speech bubbles. It improves gradually as artists and writers start to realize that such a technique is no longer necessary.  

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-27 20:50:23  
  At least they're up front about Namor not appearing util page 15. Great battle issue. And for once the next issue hyperbole mathces what is actually coming up.  

  At The Gates of Dawn Says:    
  2013-08-03 16:31:08  
  One of my favorite Hulk Vs. Avengers stories! Is it me or is this issue is a tad bit long!? I felt the pace drag most of the time and the dialogue to be pretty long. Sub-Mariner seemed too sinister in this one and teaming up with the Hulk is a little sneak peek of the Defenders! (I'm getting ahead of myself) I enjoyed the plot and the action, especially when Giant-Man faced the Hulk on the train! Starting with the next issue (BIG IMPORTANT ISSUE!!!) The Avengers series really kicks in!  

  rook420 Says:    
  2013-08-16 09:37:01  
  And yet another issue with a human-sized Wasp with wings and antennae. I'm glad the FF took a threat so seriously. Great priorities!  

  Alex Daily Says:    
  2013-08-23 06:24:46  
  No wonder Namor doesn't show up until page 15, half the issue is Iron Man checking up on his social circle!  

  MX5 Says:    
  2013-08-29 20:19:55  
  I found this issue really hard to get through. Just didn't grab my interest at all. Spider-Man cameo was hands down my favorite part.  

  wedgeskywalker9 Says:    
  2013-10-06 23:39:42  
  Two thoughts about this issue:

1. Kirby can't draw Spider-Man. At all.
2. The best part was Iceman waving his hand through the Iron Man projection

  Spider-Borg Says:    
  2013-10-15 11:50:45  
  This issue could have been a lot better if it was half as long.  

  Psychopat Says:    
  2013-11-05 09:00:06  
  I really like Namor they should totally devellop him in the more mainstream media (a movie maybe?)  

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-11-29 07:42:08  
  Still entertaining. Namor is still pretty corny, but what do you do? I like Hulk far more in the Avengers than in his own comic.  

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2013-12-04 23:05:58  
  Story was ok, art was pretty bad...did you see how Spidey was drawn. Horrible.  

  Locust75 Says:    
  2014-03-05 05:36:51  
  4 stars for tag team teamup! Also, guest stars galore!!

Cover Me - Love the Hulk & Namor bustin' in. Why, you can tell Thor is startled by his aim being off, and it looks like Iron Man crapped his Underoos!

Priorities - So, what level of threat will the FF stop to help? The Miracle Man perhaps??

Class Is In Session - Poor Iron Man, he received two demerits for barging in like that!

Condition Red - Notice to all grim-faced Teen Brigade tense teen-agers! Take you cyanide pills now!! Over and out.

Take The H Train - On page 12, panel 8 is a great scene of the Hulk throwing the caboose at Thor and Iron Man!

All Washed Up - I liked that Namor can subdue the Hulk.

Rogues Gallery - I'm surprised that Iron Man doesn't later fight a villain named Emery Dust Man!

'Nuff Said - "I don't go for all that flowery talk, but I hate humans too!"-Hulk

  Bramwell Says:    
  2014-04-05 23:08:22  
  1. that is one serious list of appearances
2. bob banner? seriously? at some point they need to start recognizing their own characters
3. good issue

  GroovyGolem Says:    
  2014-04-13 17:54:25  
  All this talk about "Bob" Banner, yet I didn't see any reference. Sure enough, Marvel has fixed it in the digital version. Page 24, Panel 4 is one of the offending panels, now corrected. I've noted lots of colorization changes too. I wonder how much else has been reworked?

In any event, loved the scene of Giant-Man smashing into the tunnel entrance. Ouch! He'll be feeling that for weeks. So far, I haven't seen much benefit to having Giant-Man around... his size is all wrong. So big that he clumsily flubs his way through our world, yet too small to do anything really awe-inspiring (think Giant-Man in the Ultimates).

Not a big fan of the inking in this one. Kirby's distinctive style doesn't really show through here. Makes you wonder how much he actually did and how much was fleshed out by the inker.

  MattzLadd Says:    
  2014-07-28 08:33:50  

  Zimek Says:    
  2014-09-21 08:21:18  
  Have you met Bob?
I'm fed up with Tony Stark reminding that nobody knows he's Iron Man.

  MattDog37 Says:    
  2014-12-26 21:33:46  
  Didn't they officially change Banner's name to "Robert Bruce Banner" because the bullpen folks kept calling him "Bob Banner" by accident?

And Kirby's drawing of Spider-Man is just awful.

  Pope_Snarky Says:    
  2015-02-09 01:26:36  
  Hail Eris!

They did indeed, Matt. Meanwhile, in the TV series, where he was renamed "David," it was later retconned that his middle name is Bruce.


  jbb10499 Says:    
  2015-12-01 13:50:02  
  At the start it was lame, but as it continued it really picked up! 4 stars!  

  wingot Says:    
  2015-12-23 18:08:59  
  Good comic once the action actually got going. But I swear every single one of them rolled paladin when creating their character. I mean, they have the perfect rogue in the wasp (or Ant-man, which he only remembers he can become next issue), let her scout before blindly barging into the villains obviously trapped hallways ...  

  JimboJangles Says:    
  2016-03-05 03:04:20  
  Locust75: Condition Red almost made ME crap my underoos! Over and out indeed!

I thoroughly enjoyed this issue, especially since the Hulk goes "bad" without any outside influence. Usually it's some ridiculous mind control. I also loved the guest stars, I'm a sucker for crossovers, even if it's just a few panel's worth.

Giant-Man calling Namor a freak is hilarious, as if a 12 foot tall dude in a red spandex outfit is somehow more normal than a guy who's pissed at the world for blowing up his hometown. They're all white guys anyways, and they can't even tolerate slight differences among themselves. Way to go 60's.

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-04-09 22:59:51  
  • That’s my line – “Know something, handsome? You look like the poor man’s Ben Hur on that silly ant!” (Wasp) – Hopefully the ants won’t get offended! She does make a point though, he should get himself a pair of wings.

  • That’s my line too – “You dare lay a hand on my royal personage??!” (Namor) – Hehe, he’s just too much!

  • I hope Dr. Strange didn’t feel rejected for not being invited to the mega-party!

  • Was it necessary to announce on what page Namor will appear?

  • This projection device Stark uses to ask for help does not add anything positive to the plot other than being intrusive and making absolutely no sense. Also, why would it look like he’s about to run off after speaking with Spider-Man? At least, it seems to amuse Iceman who looks like he’s trying to touch it or something.

  • Since Iron Man’s visit, Sue Storm turns invisible when she takes a shower.

  • On last panel of page 3, shouldn’t the mob be hanging towards the street, where gravity usually pulls?

  • Iron Man probably realized that courtesy is not a quality valued by any super-hero!

  • I’m glad to see that Gi-Ant-Man is still friends with the ants. Hank will never admit it, but early in the fight, he probably got brown-pants with the idea of fighting the Hulk as Giant-Man! So good move, the Hulk took a bath!

  • Stark, the whole universe know about your bloody magnetic repulsers!

  • The art was disappointingly uneven, particularly for the Hulk. Kirby can do much better.

  • The Avengers have finally found a way to work as a team. Great action, interesting story, and never a dull moment, so despite a few of the regular setbacks and the artwork, it is worth 5 stars.

  Calion Says:    
  2016-06-01 13:11:13  
  1. New Mexico has lettered sectors instead of counties?
2. I like that Hank recognizes that Hulk can overpower Giant-Man.
3. Hey! Stan read up on magnetism, and now knows that magnets only affect ferrous metals! And we do in fact have iron in our bodies, so Iron Man being able to spin the Hulk around with magnetic repulsive rays almost makes sense!
4. The emery dust makes sense too! If Iron Man's bearings aren't well-sealed in this early suit, that could indeed make it difficult for him to move!

Good action, sensible story. Four stars.

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-06-16 22:41:11  
  Lots of action and cameos. Only 4 issues in but definitely my favorite so far.  

  Russ Says:    
  2016-07-29 20:39:22  
  Did anyone else catch where Iron Man referred to the image projector as being Tony Stark's before he used it, then called it his own after the test?  

  kent18 Says:    
  2016-11-11 01:59:25  
  God help me, but I even prefer Vince "The Human Eraser" Colletta's inking of Kirby to the dork-fingered fumblings of Paul Reinman. Much of this issue looks as if he scribbled over The King's detailed pencils with a chunk of coal the width of my elbow. Un-freakin'-believable.

A real shame, too, because the actual story, while lightweight, is a breezily enjoyable one. As always, the inclusion of tragic hero/villain Prince Namor -- easily the most fascinating character of Marvel's early Silver Age -- does much to adrenalize the proceedings, and his increasingly imperious interactions with the surly, justifiably resentful Hulk are worth the price of admission. Thor also comes off especially well this time out, exemplifying both pageantry and power in roughly equal measure.

Minus a full TWO stars, due wholly and solely to Reinman's brutal Stevie Wonder-ing of what otherwise looked to have been an exemplary job, even by Kirby's normally lofty standards. Three stars, total final grade.

  mvaughn16 Says:    
  2017-07-26 00:28:20  
  I'm a sucker for issues packed with cameos like this one. Especially having SubMariner and Hulk team up, that made for a great fight scene.  

  TheSkyIsTeal @ pik.asso (original post):    
  2017-12-07 09:31:52  
  I mean, I've alwayas loved the "Peter Palmer" from ASM #1, if I'm not mistaken  

  jennychan Says:    
  2018-01-17 15:17:38  
  Big battle royal, but this dream fight could have been better.  

  ignaciotixi Says:    
  2018-01-26 08:18:09  
  What a battle!  

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