As a small fledgling in the first grade, I liked comic books superheroes, but I wasn’t nearly as familiar with them as I am now. Sure, I knew about guys like Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man. But for the most part, I had only a limited understanding of the world of comics and heroes within them. One fateful day in 1991, I walked into an arcade at the local mall and I saw a bright new Captain America and The Avengers cabinet. Immediately, my interest was piqued. So I quickly pulled out two quarters and so began my formal education of Marvel superheroes. The game was later ported to a number of home consoles, including the Sega Genesis. Now Marvel enthusiasts everywhere could enjoy having The Avengers assemble on their television screen.