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  1. From what I recall, Generation X's Synch's first...

    From what I recall, Generation X's Synch's first appearance involved an encounter with police that could have gone fatally badly for him, and yes, he got killed off at the end of Generation X, then...
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    Yeah, same. I mean, going back to Daredevil, it's...

    Yeah, same. I mean, going back to Daredevil, it's been shown in both the comics and the TV series that Fisk has a lot of cops (and other law enforcement officers) in his pocket whether he's "Mayor...
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    There are a number of African pantheons they...

    There are a number of African pantheons they could have tied in with the Black Panther mythos, true. Personally, I'd have loved to see Anansi, the trickster spider god from African creation myth,...
  4. Agreed. I would add, though, that treating...

    Agreed. I would add, though, that treating everything post-AvX as a worthless "New Dark Age of Comics" rivaling or surpassing the 90s Dark Age would be making the same mistake as the people who used...
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    I like all of these ideas so far, though a...

    I like all of these ideas so far, though a superpowered gang war sounds like it could be building up in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man, what with the all-female (Sinister) Syndicate and the Savage...
  6. Same. The thing I like about Marvel over DC is...

    Same. The thing I like about Marvel over DC is that Marvel has maintained a more consistent overall timeline compared to DC, barring what happened with Spider-Man after One More Day. That said,...
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    I like those ideas, especially the last one....

    I like those ideas, especially the last one. Roxxon as Mephisto's corporate foothold in this realm would indeed be a great metaphor for the moral dubiousness of corporations in real life.
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    I'm glad you like my idea, and I like your...

    I'm glad you like my idea, and I like your addition to it. Having the Heart-Shaped Herb distilled into a health supplement available to everyone in Wakanda of 2099 would be an interesting ...
  9. When Captain America hurls his mighty shield,...

    When Captain America hurls his mighty shield, those who oppose him must yield!
  10. Funny enough, in Spider-Man's case, one Brand New...

    Funny enough, in Spider-Man's case, one Brand New Day arc had the "Spider-Tracer Killer," which turned out to be a fabrication by cops who resented Spider-Man for "making them look bad" or otherwise...
  11. Mostly because he was focused on killing Ben, and...

    Mostly because he was focused on killing Ben, and then monitoring him to make sure he didn't backslide on his attempts at redemption. Under those circumstances, I can understand not going back to the...
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    Exactly, though considering that a few of his...

    Exactly, though considering that a few of his allies in law enforcement have broken bad in the past, like Lieutenant Stan Carter as the Sin-Eater and Captain Yuri Watanabe as Wraith, maybe he should...
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    I would say it's a pretty complicated thing. It...

    I would say it's a pretty complicated thing. It didn't help that for years, J. Jonah Jameson demonized Spider-Man in The Daily Bugle as a menace, and being a respected newspaper publisher, his word...
  14. Fair enough, but when does that become a...

    Fair enough, but when does that become a self-imposed psychological and emotional burden? Of the people close to him that knew, they had to figure it out for themselves; hell, when Aunt May found...
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    That sounds pretty awesome. In the spirit of...

    That sounds pretty awesome.

    In the spirit of this thread . . . "What if Daredevil trained Spider-Man after realizing Spider-Man's spider-sense was similar to his own radar sense?"
  16. To me, that's an extension of the metaphorical...

    To me, that's an extension of the metaphorical representation. If minorities in real life had genetically innate superpowers that they could use to defend themselves against and retaliate for...
  17. I think what's really ridiculous and unnecessary...

    I think what's really ridiculous and unnecessary about secret identities is the metaphorical knots superheroes will twist themselves into in order to hide their costumed identities from their...
  18. Thanks, and it does.

    Thanks, and it does.
  19. Preach it, Captain.

    Preach it, Captain.
  20. Good point. Maybe that was it.

    Good point. Maybe that was it.
  21. That's actually a very good point there. And this...

    That's actually a very good point there. And this was when he was thinking about just fleeing the country rather than voluntarily unmask to the public.
  22. They even bonded over sports!

    They even bonded over sports!
  23. One of my favorite moments, too.

    One of my favorite moments, too.
  24. Yeah, that was a pretty funny moment, followed...

    Yeah, that was a pretty funny moment, followed later by a truly heartwarming one where after Spider-Man tried to introduce Mary Jane to Captain America as "a friend," Cap took Spidey aside and gently...
  25. That was indeed a beautiful moment, especially...

    That was indeed a beautiful moment, especially with Cap's words to Spider-Man about not letting the mask hide his heart.
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