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A.I.M. High is the 9th episode of the Avengers' arc in Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles.

Characters

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters

  • Red Shadow / Katrina “Kat” Romanoff
  • New Champions
    • Lightyear / Cameron Potts Stark
    • Starforce / Liz Danvers Rogers (flashback and main story)
    • Wave / Michelle Cage Jones (flashback only; no dialogue)
    • Skynet / Carlie Cooper
      • Edith
    • White Wolf / Marcus Thompson
  • Anna Maria Marconi
  • S.H.I.E.L.D.
    • Nick Fury
    • Maria Hill
    • Phil Coulson
    • War Machine / James "Rhodey" Rhodes (first appearance)
    • Henry "Hank" Pym
    • Dum Dum Dugan

Antagonists

  • A.I.M.
    • M.O.D.O.C. / George Tarleton (first appearance)
    • Scientist Supreme / Andrew Forson (single appearance; dies)
    • Technovore (first appearance)
    • Aldrich Killian (first appearance)
  • Oscorp
    • Norman Osborn (flashback and main story)
      • The Goblin (illusion or vision only)
    • Raymond Warren

Other Characters

Plot

James "Rhodey" Rhodes / War Machine is leading a S.H.I.E.L.D. squad to infiltrate an A.I.M. outpost held by the second-in command, only known as Scientist Supreme, on the mission to rescue a group of Midtown High School jocks who were captured for experimentation. Though Rhodes and his crew defeat most of the agents and rescue the jocks, Scientist Supreme summons Technovore, a Nanotech Robotic Monster with the capability to absorb technologic equipment, to attack them and escapes. Rhodes overcomes Technovore until it retreats, during which he decides to call Tony Stark / Iron Man for help.

Meanwhile, Liz Danvers Rogers and her classmates from Bilderberg Academy are resuming their studies while hearing news of Midtown High School being endorsed by Norman Osborn's old colleague Aldrich Killian, the CEO of Killian Industries, as a means to make it equal to Baxter Institute, for which Liz and Dinah Gillan are only certain of more impending disasters to come. Meanwhile, Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow and Clint Barton / Ronin are investigating the warehouse where the Living Brain was reactivated by A.I.M.[2], and discover Neuro-Cortex radiation preserved in the remains of the agents' equipment. They also spy on two employees who are in league with A.I.M. after hearing them speak with their leader M.O.D.O.C., who demands them to deliver him all Oscorp files as possible. Stark joins Rhodes on the pursuit of Technovore and they stop the creatre from devouring Los Angeles' central power station. Before the creature escapes, Stark analyses synthetic Neuro-Cortex in Technovore's body-parts, coming to deduce that A.I.M. has stolen some of Oscorp technology, which includes some degree of the Neuro-Cortex. Overhearing of this, the New Champions (Cameron / Lightyear, Liz / Starforce, Carlie Cooper / Skynet, Edith, and Marcus Thompson / White Wolf) begin to suspect that Osborn could be having something to do with A.I.M.'s scheme. Romanoff's daughter Katrina / Red Shadow discreetly stalks Killian and puts a tracker on his neck to grant the Avengers and Champions the evidence they need. Through the evidences, both groups discover the worst: Killian Industries in league with A.I.M. after they overhear Killian negotiating with M.O.D.O.C. and Scientist Supreme.

As the Avengers and Champions discuss a plan to expose A.I.M. within Killian Industries, Pepper Potts / Rescue rushes to help Stark and Rhodes contend with Technovore and alerts them of what the Champions discovered. As Midtown High students are having a field trip in Killian Industries, Kate Bishop / Redhawk and Skynet infiltrate its underground factory and seek evidences of M.O.D.O.C.'s plans to obtain Oscorp's secret project: a prototype Arc Reactor which is still unstable. After the rest of the teams are informed of this, Starforce recalls when she and Wave once infiltrated an Oscorp facility and witnessed and overheard Osborn arguing with the Goblin in his mind[3], making her parents concerned that Osborn may become more dangerous than he should be believed to be. Meanwhile, Stark, Potts and Rhodes continue battling Technovore and overpower it, but before they can remove its power core, Scientist Supreme arrives with a squad of A.I.M. agnts to attack them while he recharges the creature. Technovore, however, soon absorbs and kills Scientist Supreme, reaching a higher level of intelligence in progress and seeks out the Oscorp Arc Reactor.

Stark alerts the rest of the Avengers about Technovore's coming while Starforce's team rushes to Daily Bugle to deliver the evidences about Killian Industries. Killian, donning a prototype battlesuit he stole from the Crimson Dynamo Force[4], attempts to stop them, but only to be defeated while Skynet and Edith successfully pass the evidences to the jornalists. The Avengers arrive in time to evacuate the Midtown High students from the main Killian Industries facility in time before Technovore arrives and goes for a rampage. M.O.D.O.C. arrives there and attempts to call Technovore off, but fails and is critically damaged. Noticing that the prototype Arc Reactor in Oscorp is too unstable, even for Technovore, the Avengers decide to lure it towards the Reactor. Despite Osborn's objections, the Avengers allow Technovore to absorb the Arc Reactor, which soon overloads the beast and destroys it. As M.O.D.O.C. and the remaining agents retreat, Osborn scolds at the Avengers for ruining his project, but relents when he inadventently reveals that the Goblin's essence is inside his mind. Exposed for his ties with A.I.M., Killian is arrested and his company is shut down, forcing Osborn and Raymond Warren to withdraw Killian's sponsorship proposal. As Rhodes convinces Nick Fury and Phil Coulson that Osborn needs to be kept in further check, Cameron and Liz earn praise from their parents for their success, and vow to do whatever it takes to stop Osborn's newly discovered insanity from causing more harm than before.

Voice Cast

Trivia

References

  1. enrolled since the end of previous episode
  2. as depicted in Living Brainstorm
  3. as depicted in Fearful Symmetry
  4. introduced in The Exorcism of Natasha Romanoff
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