He was recruited by ARMOR because he's connected to all the versions of himself throughout the multiverse. His experiences made him an obvious choice for field leader, and he's been taking on more and more administrative duties as he's being groomed to be head of the whole organization.
The chance to explore alternate realities, and see technology not seen on Earth, was more than she could resist.
Having come to Earth-616 by accident, she decided she liked it, and has stayed. She's even dating a guy who works for ARMOR.
He's worked with them regularly over the years, and had nothing better to do, so he's back.
Morph hasn't changed at all. He's the same wacky, funny guy he always was. Luckily, his courage and kindness are likewise unchanged.
She lost her left arm on a mission with the Exiles, and has recently replaced it with a bionic replacement. She's grown a little bitter with age and experience, and is tired of not having a home. Joining ARMOR has started to raise her spirits a bit.
They protect Earth from multiversal threats. They scan alternate realities, looking for any that could pose a threat. They track any incursions into their reality, and deal with them. They'll occasionally make contact with other realities to make alliances, and have set up a network of universes that will aid each other should one come under attack. They also have a working relationship with the Exiles.
Avengers Academy (staff)
He knows he's too old to continue being a superhero. So he's decided to become a full-time instructor, raising the next generation of teenage superheroes. He's also finally settled down, and is raising a family with a nice girl.
He's moved, more and more, towards pure research, and is now fully retired from superheroics. However, he continues to be active in the Academy, teaching science and studying the students' powers to help them get a better understanding of them.
She's led an odd life, but she's still a happy-go-lucky woman who wants to help people. An injury a couple years ago has limited her options, so she's working at the Academy now.
She's an immortal powerhouse with a long history as a superhero. But she feels she can do more good with the students. Of course, being a powerhouse means she's also well-equipped to keep them safe when enemies attack.
Patriot's had mixed results as a hero. He's served a couple stints with the Avengers, along with other teams, but he's never really managed to stand out. He still struggles with self-doubt. So the Academy seemed like a good fit for him, and he's enjoyed it.
New superhumans pop up fairly regularly. The Avengers Academy seeks them out, and brings them in to be trained in using their powers. Membership is entirely voluntary, but has some significant advantages, not the least of which is being trained by Avengers. Most of the students are teenagers, and the student body can get pretty big at times. They operate out of a rebuilt Hydro-base.
The son of a supervillain, he's rejected his father's path, and become a successful hero. He was chosen to lead the team on account of being a huge powerhouse.
She's a surprisingly well-adjusted adult who loves being a superhero. But she's also able to hold her own against Victor if something happens, making her an easy choice to be second-in-command.
She still speaks broken English, though she's learned a few more words. She's become a fairly permanent fixture among the Thunderbolts, since it gives her a good outlet for unleashing her wild side.
Coat of Arms
She's achieved some notoriety as a villain. She's with the Thunderbolts for now, but she's already planning her escape.
She's not really a bad guy. She's just playing her role. For now, that role means going along with the Thunderbolts.
A straight-up badass who's racked up an impressive body count, he rejects ideas of good and evil, and has no problem fighting heroes or villains depending on the job he was hired for.
Ember loves being a villain. He loves hurting and killing. He's a dangerous individual. Luckily, he's also reckless and easy to manipulate, which lessens the danger he poses.
A team of villains who are being used for good. The hope is that they'll come to enjoy heroism, and become full-fledged heroes in their own rights. If not, then at least their sociopathy can be turned towards the right targets. Because they're villains, there's a certain sense of expendability, but Victor and Molly are doing their best to combat that view.