For Avengers 1
Updated to include that Michael Douglas was the only actor playing a comic book Avenger character in the cinematic Marvel Universe to be alive when the first issue came out. He was only 19 years old, but his first starring role, Hail, Hero would be released in October, one month after this comic book. Also, this was voted on by fans as the 12th best Marvel comic printed in the first 75 years of Marvel's publication history.
For Avengers 2
- After this issue, Bruce Banner, Don Blake, Giant-Man, and Wasp appear in Tales of Suspense (1959) 49 when the X-Men try to contact the Avengers for help. They are all busy, so Iron Man deals with one of the X-Men's members, Angel, who is temporarily out of his mind.
- This issue was voted by fans as the 69th best Marvel comic from the first 75 years of Marvel's publication.
For Avengers 57
- This issue was voted by fans as the 50th best Marvel comic from the first 75 years of Marvel's publication.
- Actor Paul Rudd, who will portray the Scott Lang Ant-Man in the Ant-Man film, was born in this month.
These issues were collectively voted on by fans as the 38th best Marvel comic from the first 75 years of Marvel's publication history.
For Avengers 167-168, 170-172 section
Indicated that the Korvac Saga was voted the 47th best Marvel comic in the first 75 years of publishing. Also updated some tenses since this was originally written before the Guardians of the Galaxy film.
For Avengers 181 section
Added Scott Lang to the Featured Allies section since he will be a member in the future.
For Avengers 187
- This month featured the debut of the Spider-Woman animated series. It would only air until January of 1980 for 16 episodes. This is still the only female Marvel character to have her own cartoon.
- This month an Avenger novel was published, titled The Avengers: The Man Who Stole Tomorrow. It was written by David Michelinie and dealt with the Avengers fighting Kang. Prose novels of Marvel characters are usually not considered part of the main continuity, however.