The Avengers of the 1980s are inexplicably pulled back together in a world where Monica Rambeau has just arrived, and the group is debating whether she should stay a member. In Monica Rambeau: Photon #2, Doctor Druid invites the Avengers to decide if Photon will continue with them, setting up one of the more unpleasant reunions in recent Marvel Comics history.
In Monica Rambeau: Photon #2 by Eve L. Ewing, Ivan Fiorelli, Luca Maresca, Carlos Lopez, & VC’s Clayton Cowles from Marvel Comics, the Beyonder drags Monica Rambeau across time.. Given their difficult past, Photon is not delighted to meet the cosmic bad guy, but The Beyonder insists they are not the same person from that time because it hadn’t happened yet in their timeline. But as Monica searches for her way, The ’80s Avengers find her inquiring about her well-being, even referring to her previous identity as Captain Marvel. When Monica notices that everyone is younger than she is, she rapidly realizes that she is not in her timeline.
Since Photon is allegedly working with The Beyonder, Doctor Druid advises that the Avengers vote or not to keep her as a member of the Avengers. While the outcomes are kept a secret, Monica is unhappy with the current state of affairs.
With The Avengers, Monica Rambeau had before encountered a situation like this.
After making her Marvel Comics début in the 1980s as Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau first joined the Avengers at that time. Captain Marvel took the helm of the superteam, including Captain America, Thor, the Black Knight, She-Hulk, Namor, and John Buscema in the Walt Simonson, John Buscema, and Tom Palmer film The Avengers. The betrayal of Doctor Druid, who used his skills to corrupt the team and meddle with Monica’s abilities, resulted in the unfortunate end of Monica’s tenure as chairwoman of the Avengers. Doctor Druid is in command of another attack against the former Captain Marvel.
Even though it’s not obvious if it matters because the entire issue appears to have been created by The Beyonder, the Avengers hold a vote on whether Monica Rambeau can stay. Still, the superteam doesn’t reveal the results. The cosmic being’s intervention may cause the past to shift. However, despite that, given that Doctor Druid called the vote, it’s likely that Monica was about to be eliminated from a previous squad of Avengers.
Rambeau’s standing among the former Avengers is still in question, and she must still determine The Beyonder’s true motivations because the villain professes to be drawn to her energy. Monica Rambeau, a member of the Avengers for a very long time, is unable to escape her past and is in danger of getting kicked off a team she hasn’t been on. Monica Rambeau: Marvel Comics’ Photon #2 is available in comic book retailers.