When Marvel introduced their newest movie, The Avengers, many people were confused because the title only made sense for one founding team member. This blog post will explore why the title only makes sense for Iron Man and why Thor doesn’t quite fit the bill.
The Avengers’ name only creates sense for one founding member: the WASP.
When the team was first assembled, they were known as the “Avengers Initiative.” Their official title wasn’t finalized until later after they had already become a well-known group. The Wasp was the only Avenger who participated in the original team effort, which took place back in 1961.
Despite her status as an original Avenger, the Wasp didn’t receive her title until 1984. At that time, she became known as “the Yellowjacket.” She stayed with that moniker for a few years before eventually abandoning it in favour of simply being called “Wasp.”
There are several reasons why the Wasp deserves to be considered the team’s first official member. First and foremost, she was involved from the beginning – something that not everyone on the team can say about themselves. Secondly, she is one of the most versatile members of the team – able to fight using her physical strength and her strategic mind. Lastly, she is arguably one of Marvel’s most popular characters, which means that there is a lot of interest in her story and what she can do next.
Wasp’s Mission: A History of the Avengers
Wasp’s mission shaped the founding members of the Avengers. Iron Man, Thor, and the Hulk were all recruited from Stark Industries, while Black Widow was a Russian spy who infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D. Scarlet Witch was a child prodigy who used her powerful mind to manipulate reality, and Ant-Man was an inventor who created the Ant-Man suit to fight crime as Giant-Man. However, Wasp had the most impact on the team’s early history.
As one of Earth’s mightiest heroes, Wasp often led missions with The Avengers and acted as their tactical advisor. She helped them stop Loki and the Chitauri from invading Earth in Season 1 of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., saved Tony Stark’s life during Operation: Rebirth in Season 2 of Iron Man, and helped take down Baron Zemo in Season 4 of Captain America: The First Avenger.
What is Avengers?
The Avengers‘ name only creates sense for one founding member. Iron Man, aka Tony Stark, is the only character who fits the bill. He’s a brilliant scientist who built a powerful suit to help him fight crime and protect the innocent. The other Avengers include Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Hulk. They’re all fearless heroes who band together to protect their country and innocent people from harm.