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Our National Treasure is the pilot episode of the Avengers' arc in Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles.

Characters

Featured Characters

Supporting Characters

  • Avengers
    • Captain America / Steve Rogers (first appearance; flashback and main story; origins)
    • Captain Marvel / Carol Danvers (first appearance; flashback and main story; origins)
      • Goose (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Iron Man / Tony Stark (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Thor (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Black Panther / T'Challa (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Hulk / Bruce Banner (first appearance; flashback and main story)
  • S.H.I.E.L.D.
    • Nick Fury (flashback and main story)
    • Maria Hill (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Phil Coulson (first appearance; flashback and main story; no dialogue)

Antagonists

  • Madame Masque / Whitney Frost (first appearance)
  • Hydra
    • Red Skull / Johann Schmidt (first appearance; flashback and main story)
    • Arnim Zola (first appearance)
  • Kree Empire
    • Yon-Rogg (first appearance; flashback only; no dialogue)

Other Characters

  • Spider-Man / Peter Parker (cameo)
  • Ben Parker (mentioned only)
  • James "Bucky" Rogers (first appearance; flashback only)[1]
  • Stan Lee (flashback only; cameo)[2]
  • Howard Stark (first appearance; flashback only)
  • Abraham Erskine (single appearance; flashback only; cameo)
  • Mar-Vell (first appearance; flashback only; cameo)

Plot

Steve Rogers and Carol Danvers were recalling the days they first became Captain America and Captain Marvel respectively before they met in a restaurant in New York. After some time together, they fell in love with one another and, after they worked alongside Tony Stark / Iron Man, T'Challa / Black Panther, Thor and Bruce Banner / Hulk in defeating an army of Hydra forces led by Red Skull and the six formed the Avengers, Rogers and Danvers married and had a daughter named Elizabeth (or "Liz" for short). The opening ends with a close-up of the infant Liz igniting her eyes with the energies of her parents' powers.

[3]14 years later, Liz is currently living a life on Queens as a student in Bilderberg Academy while hearing news of Spider-Man (whom Liz is aware to be her friend and neighbor Peter Parker) having saved young interns of Stark Industries from the attacks of the same mercenary group who assaulted Oscorp. Liz is hopeful that she will one day become a superheroine just like her parents, although she still does not feel strong enough to do so. Just then, she spots one of her new classmates getting chased after by a Kree robot and, surprisingly manifesting her parents' powers, saves her and destroys the robot, but soon flees to keep the classmate from knowing who she is. Later on, Rogers and Danvers encounter Liz and discover she manifested her powers. The couple teach Liz how to use them while Stark analyzes the destroyed Kree robot, which is connected to the Sleeper, an ancient Kree weapon which is currently being experimented on by Hydra. Before she and Rogers go with the Avengers stop the Kree weapon, Danvers gives Liz a Kree nanotech necklace which will enable her to project her own superhero suit. Next day after another morning at school, Liz (now operating as "Starforce", which was the name of her mother's former space crew) enjoys her first day as a superheroine before having a fight against Madame Masque, a terrorist powered by a alien mask, which Liz analyzes as ancient Kree technology. Facing defeat in the fight and pinned down by Liz, Madame Masque causes a school bus with innocent children to collapse from a bridge while taunting: "You decide, child. It's me, or them."

With no other options, Liz lets go of Madame Masque and saves the children, with Madame Masque taking advantage of the impending distraction to flee. Despite unable to stop Madame Masque from escaping, Liz earns praise from the citizens for saving the children. She is then met with S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury and his second-in command Maria Hill, who reveal that one of his agents who was disguised as a teacher in Bilderberg Academy was spying on Madame Masque, who is revealed as Whitney Frost, one of the school's teachers and a former scientist of Hydra. Knowing that Frost's mask draws power from the Kree ship it is connected with, Liz also discovers that Frost plans to take control of the Sleeper, which can only be controlled by the Kree mask, and sets out to stop her. In the Hydra base, the Avengers continue battling their way through the facility while overcoming the guards and robots under Arnim Zola's control, while Rogers and Danvers vow to do whatever it takes to solve Liz's new condition. Just then, after the heroes defeat Red Skull, Zola (against other engineers' warnings) activates the Sleeper and commands it to attack. All the sudden, Madame Masque arrives and outmatches Zola, taking control of the Sleeper in the progress.

Madame Masque begins to cause havoc in the facility while the Avengers work to hold the Sleeper down. Red Skull recovers and attempts to subdue Madame Masque, who severely wounds him. Liz arrives and engages Madame Masque in another fight by dragging her away from both the Sleeper and the Kree ship, partially leaving the two machines vulnerable. Captain America, Iron Man and Black Panther enter the Sleeper's body and begin sabotaging its systems while Captain Marvel, Thor and Hulk manage to destroy the ship. After a long fight, Liz manages to overcome and defeat Madame Masque and destroy her mask, while exposing her identity of Whitney Frost to New York. Humiliated, Madame Masque, using some teleportation devices she created, forcibly retreats to parts unknown while vowing to repair her ship and get her revenge. Back in New York, Liz earns applause by her parents and the Avengers for her performance and claims she is intending be her own kind of hero until she is ready to join the Avengers. One year later, Liz (who is now one of Spider-Man's crime-fighting colleagues) continues battling crime and supervillains as Starforce.

Voice Cast

Trivia

References

  1. Bucky is seen twice in the background during the opening prologue; he is first shown during the flashbacks of his brother's origins as Captain America, and later as one of the attendants of Steve's marriage with Carol Danvers
  2. Lee is seen in the background during the opening prologue; he is shown as one of the attendants of Steve Rogers' and Carol Danvers' wedding
  3. Set 10 months before the first episode of Spider-Man's arc
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