Do the particles actually form Jan's costume, or just make it small enough for her to carry?
I think in the MU it was explained by the Richards' "unstable molecule" material, a psuedo-science way of saying that you can set or change the state of matter without affecting its cohesion - which is why the Human Torch isn't arrested for indecent exposure, why Reed's clothes stretch with him, etc.
I imagine it would seem underwhelming compared to the real series finale, not to mention the cliffhanger ending.
Actually, if you mean to ask me why they would mistake it for the series finale: iTunes numbers all the episodes from "Assault on 42" to "Avengers Assemble!" as #41-#51, instead of #42-#52. That episode might become #52.
If it does, it does. Nothing is perfectly sacred.
I don't think it would matter if this was listed as the series finale, it's not like people are going to hate the show after watching it.
Marvel Universe AVENGERS: EARTH’S MIGHTIEST HEROES #17
Adapted by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Chris Jones
• The Ant-Man armor has been stolen!
• Left with no choice, Hank Pym must hire the HEROES FOR HIRE to get it back!
• Based on season two of the hit Disney XD TV show!
32 PGS./All Ages …$2.99
Could someone who actually owns issue #12 please tell me whether or not Marvel released this story? As is, the book ends with a comic containing no Avengers at all.Loki and Thor go to war – and the Avengers show the Norse God of Evil what it means to be a brother!