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"Kang’s World" Part 4 of the Citizen Kang storyline. Guest-starring the Fantastic Four. Script by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Herb Trimpe. Inks by Charles Barnett and Brad Vancata. Cover by Dan Panosian. Story continues from Fantastic Four Annual 25. In Timely, Wisconsin (the secret portal to Chronopolis), the Fantastic Four and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes come face-to-face with the Anachronauts! Kang’s powerful warriors that have been plucked from various time streams to defeat the combined might of nine 20th century super-heroes! During the timeless clash, Mr. Fantastic realizes that the best strategy is to let the Anachronauts win! That’s definitely a new tactic! As expected the Anachronauts prevail and then proceed to haul the FF and the Avengers before the Conqueror! Once Kang encases the heroes in a hypercube, the Master of Time’s conquest appears complete! But in the land where time stands still, a traitor arrives just in time! Ravonna (now calling herself Terminatrix) attacks Kang! And suddenly Chronopolis turns into chaos! With Terminatrix’ timely diversion, will the Avengers finally close down Kang’s time-consuming conquest? Flashback cameo by the Grandmaster. Avengers Lineup: Black Knight, Captain America, Crystal, Doctor Druid, Hercules, Sersi, Thor, and the Vision. Second feature: “The Anachronauts” One-page pin-up by Dan Panosian. Third feature: “Chronopolis” Concept by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Herb Trimpe. Inks by Charles Barnett. Two-page layout of Chronopolis. Fourth story: “The Avengers’ Top Ten Villains” Script by George Caragonne. Art by Karl Altstaetter. The Black Knight walks through the list of the Avengers’ top ten foes. Cameo appearance by Captain America. Fifth feature: “Secrets of the Avengers Communicard” Script by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Eliot Brown. Sixth story: “Boy’s Night Out!” Script by Scott Benson. Art by Ron Lim (breakdowns) and Dan Panosian (finishes). Hercules and the Black Knight’s evening out on the town turns into a learning experience for both of them. Seventh story: “The Puzzle” Part 4 of 4. Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Rich Yanizeski. Inks by Fred Fredericks. Terminatrix tries to make sense of everything she’s learned about Kang.