This page contains hyperlinks to snapshots of old versions of websites that are preserved archive.org's Wayback Machine. Occasionally, images on these archived sites will be missing, but they are linked to to give a general idea of the sites as they appeared at or near the time concerned, providing a nostalgic trip down memory lane for Avengers fans.

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1999

The Avengers Universe –
Mrs Emma Peel

United States
of America
Mrs Emma Peel opens his/her/its fan fiction site. Includes the stories The Swarms of Mid-Day, A Floral Remembrance, Sunset in Venice and Slow to Anger. Also includes a mock interview with Cathy Gale and links to other Avengers sites.
URL (now closed):
http://members.tripod.com/~Phoenixxx/index.html
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1999

Cybernaut –
Locations of The Avengers

United Kingdom
John Dineley opens an excellent location based website, Cybernaut, on which he shares his personal photographs of Avengers filming locations as they appear today.
URL (now closed – moved 2000):
www.cybernaut.freeserve.co.uk
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1999

Episode Guides –
The Avengers

United States
of America
Loren Heisey's episode guide website moves to a new address.
URL (remains open):
www.innermind.com/myguides/guides/avengers.htm
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1999

Television Heaven –
The Avengers

United Kingdom
Laurence Marcus and Stephen Hulse add a review of The Avengers to their Television Heaven website.
URL (now closed):
www.televisionheaven.co.uk/aveng.htm
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January 1999

The Avengers Soundpage
Sweden
Linus Tφrnqvist opens his Avengers sound page, which contains music, sound effects and dialogue from the series.
URL (remains open):
http://members.tripod.com/~avengers_soundpage/
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February 1999

The Avengers...
Are Back!!!

United Kingdom
Grey Ghost launches an Avengers page which seems to have a "size is everything" approach. Unfortunately, there is nothing remotely of value to see.
URL (now closed):
www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Boulevard/9552/avengers.html
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3rd February 1999

The Unofficial Avengers Home Page
Canada
James Dawe The Unofficial Avengers Home Page is now available via its own domain name, www.the-avengers.net.
URL (now closed):
www.the-avengers.net
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18th February 1999

Elan – The Avengers Online
United Kingdom
Alistair McGown moves Elan – The Avengers on the Web to a new web host and relaunches it as Elan – The Avengers Online.
URL (now closed):
www.animus-web.demon.co.uk/elan/
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19th March 1999

The Quite Quite Fantastic
Avengers Website, Ltd

United States
of America
Michael Phillips moves The Quite Quite Fantastic Avengers Website, Ltd, to its own domain.
URL (now closed):
http://www.quitequitefantastic.com/Avengers/main.html
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11th May 1999

The Avengers Forever
United States
of America
Regular site visitor Pete Stampede (in reality, writer Gavin Gaughan) becomes a regular contributor to The Avengers Forever and 'Pete's Notes' start appearing alongside the episode guide entries. A month later, David alludes to the number of corrections being sent in to The Avengers Forever when he says, "With so many 'editors' watching my every move, my site has to be perfect".
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
http://davidksmith.com/avengers/welcome.htm
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May 1999

Athlene19's Tribute to
The Avengers

United Kingdom
Athlene19 adds a page dedicated to The Avengers to her cult television website Athlene19's Cult TV.
URL (now closed):
www.geocities.com/Area51/Labyrinth/8657/avengers.html
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18th May 1999

The Original Avengers
United States
of America
Piper sets up a page that becomes part of The Avengers Webring. This site, which remains open until late 2003, presents character biographies, trivia and an image gallery.
URL (now closed):
www.asan.com/users/mann/avengers.html
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Summer 1999

The Avengers
(Screengrab Archive)

United States
of America
Mik Rush opens a bandwidth hungry screengrab archive called simply The Avengers. The statement at the top of the homepage – "This site takes a while to load but IS worth the wait!" – is perhaps a little overstating things...
URL (now closed):
www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Stage/3277
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27th June 1999

The Avengers Forever –
The Young Avenger

United Kingdom
David K. Smith offers space within The Avengers Forever to Joseph Lloyd, a 16 year old Avengers fan from Winchester, England, who is keen to look at the series from the perspective of The Young Avenger.
URL (now closed – moved 2000):
http://davidksmith.com/avengers/yav-welcome.htm
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July 1999

A Guide to Avengerland
New Zealand
English-born Anthony McKay launches A Guide to Avengerland, a website devoted to tracking down filming locations for The Avengers and related television series. The site is based on research undertaken by Anthony and others for the printed guide published by Time Screen magazine.
URL (now closed – moved 2003):
www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Film/8165/index.html
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11th July 1999

The Authorised Guide to
The New Avengers

United Kingdom
Dave Matthews' excellent website moves back to its original webspace, but now with a proper domain name.
URL (remains open):
www.mark-1.co.uk/NewAvengers/
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29th September 1999

Yahoo! Group –
Quite Quite Fantastic Avengers

International
Michael Phillips starts the first Avengers discussion group on the Yahoo! social network, linked to his own site, The Quite Quite Fantastic Avengers Website, Ltd.
URL (now closed):
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/quitequitefantasticavengers/
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31st October 1999

The Avengers Forever
United States
of America
The Avengers Forever presents the first details ever published on the Internet concerning the South African radio series of The Avengers. The information is supplied by Alan Hayes, who went on to produce The Avengers on the Radio and now edits The Avengers Declassified.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
http://davidksmith.com/avengers/welcome.htm
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November 1999

Avengers' Escape in Time
United States
of America
Avengers' Escape in Time opens and joins the Avengers Webring. The site contains episode guides, character outlines, merchandise information, quotes and coverage of the Warner Bros. movie.
URL (remains open – no longer updated):
http://www.angelfire.com/ok3/mrspeel731/index.html
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25th December 1999

Second Sight –
The Avengers Image Archive

United Kingdom
Alan Hayes and his wife Alys Hayes open Second Sight – The Avengers Image Archive on Christmas Day as a present to Avengers fans. By the next day, the host removes the site from their servers as it is "too popular". Alan apologises for the technical hitch on the alt.tv.avengers discussion group and complains that "it seems that FreeBeeb subscribers are encouraged to post their 20MB of web material on the proviso that it is of no interest to anyone".
URL (now closed – moved 2000):
http://second-sight.members.beeb.net/index.htm
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A Co-Production of Steedumbrella
and The Avengers Declassified
by Denis Kirsanov and Alan Hayes

with thanks to Piers Johnson

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