Issue(s): Avengers #153
The Living Laser then heads to the Avengers Mansion, where he creates illusions causing the Whizzer, who had been visiting the Vision and asking about his 'daughter', to flip out and attack the Avengers, ranting about ISBISA
Meanwhile, the corpse of Wonder Man wanders off. It turns out the Living Laser is controlling him with the Serpent Crown.
The opening panel in this issue shows the Scarlet Witch flying.
Considering her powers are so ill defined, i didn't think much of it when i read it, but it turns out this was considered enough of an error that almost a year later in Avengers #164, the Scarlet Witch will reference an experimental flying belt that turned out to not be safe enough to use.
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: Continues directly in Avengers annual #6.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Inbound References (4): showBeast, Captain America, Henry Pym, Iron Man, Jarvis, Living Laser, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Wasp, Whizzer, Wonder Man
The Whizzer also rants about Future Man, the only other villain the All-Winners Squad fought in the original Golden Age comics(and was also reprinted in the 1960s and afterwards).
Posted by: Mark Drummond | August 21, 2011 10:58 PM
Of course Wanda can fly. She's a witch!
How can a learned fellow like Hank McCoy not know about the legendary ISBISA, whose name was an acronym for the Ice, Stone, Bronze, Iron, Steel, and Atomic Ages? Didn't they teach this stuff in the Marvel universe schools? Oh, the ignomy!
Posted by: Holt | February 28, 2018 7:20 PM
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