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  1. I generally agree with that list, especially the...

    I generally agree with that list, especially the items about enforced stagnation and the Parker Luck, not even getting into One More Day, though OMD is the ultimate nadir of those previous items.
  2. Interesting analogy, but that's also a bit of a...

    Interesting analogy, but that's also a bit of a problem with the metaphor --- whereas conditions for real-world minorities did improve somewhat despite the hardships and atrocities inflicted on them,...
  3. Yeah, that's the sad thing, to be honest. Also,...

    Yeah, that's the sad thing, to be honest. Also, it's a bit worse than war being inevitable between humans and mutants, because the actual inevitability is that in a straightforward war, the mutants...
  4. Closest to that would be Queen Cat, but it's Lily...

    Closest to that would be Queen Cat, but it's Lily Hollister in that suit instead of Felicia herself.
  5. Funny enough, if you believe him in X-Men #4, he...

    Funny enough, if you believe him in X-Men #4, he hasn't given up on humanity as much as it would seem he has. It's just that at this point, his overtures toward humanity are more of a...
  6. I can understand that. I would personally prefer...

    I can understand that. I would personally prefer Red Cat to be Felicity Hardy from MC2 combining her mother's cat motif with her Scarlet Spider identity, though.
  7. Was that the one by Jim Butcher, writer of The...

    Was that the one by Jim Butcher, writer of The Dresden Files, who is also apparently a big Spider-Man fan, as he's had Harry Dresden refer to his particular code of ethics as "the Tao of Peter...
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    I don't think it was that he was literally only...

    I don't think it was that he was literally only giving 75% of his mind when he was the foremost good guy of the Marvel Universe, but more that his morality wouldn't let him go in certain directions...
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    Or just not being the kind of jerk who wants to...

    Or just not being the kind of jerk who wants to reimpose "traditional storytelling values" in comics, which is really code with people like that for virulent gatekeeping bigotry.
  10. Yeah, I can agree with that. I just think the...

    Yeah, I can agree with that. I just think the character dynamics would be interesting.



    And considering Fisk is, for now, mayor of New York City, that would be a whole other can of worms should...
  11. Thanks for that.

    Thanks for that.
  12. I think a lot of the issue is that the superhero...

    I think a lot of the issue is that the superhero genre itself deals in and is often dominated by extremes. Superheroes are depicted as an extreme, although necessary, response to crime, terror, and...
  13. Thanks for the correction; I mixed up some...

    Thanks for the correction; I mixed up some things, obviously. My apologies for that.
  14. Oh, cool. I didn't see that one.

    Oh, cool. I didn't see that one.
  15. Yeah, the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda was...

    Yeah, the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda was foreshadowed at the end of Secret Wars by Jonathan Hickman, then established in Marvel Legacy #1 by Jason Aaron and explored in more detail in Ta-Nehisi...
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    I can respect your point on Steve and HYDRA-Cap....

    I can respect your point on Steve and HYDRA-Cap. I also see your points about the X-Men and the Inhumans succumbing to internal strife and tension after the boneheaded decisions of their respective...
  17. Hey, Hellion would be fun, too, especially since...

    Hey, Hellion would be fun, too, especially since he was part of the "special class" Spider-Man (Peter Parker) was teaching at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning back in Spider-Man and the X-Men.
  18. That would be an interesting duo. Throw in Laura...

    That would be an interesting duo. Throw in Laura "X-23" Kinney for the love triangle hijinks, because I liked that one poster's suggestion of Miles/Laura, too.
  19. Funny enough, nobody ever grows up to the point...

    Funny enough, nobody ever grows up to the point where they stop making mistakes.
  20. Funny enough, Erika Harlacher (Ann "Panther"...

    Funny enough, Erika Harlacher (Ann "Panther" Takamaki) voiced Spider-Gwen's Mary Jane (or Em Jay) in the animated comic promoting Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider during Spider-Geddon, while her costar...
  21. You're welcome.

    You're welcome.
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    Even if he didn't, he would still have all the...

    Even if he didn't, he would still have all the skills he accumulated when he did have those powers unlocked in his brain. That, in and of itself, would be enough to make him extremely formidable....
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    I believe the explanation for HYDRA-Cap was that...

    I believe the explanation for HYDRA-Cap was that the real Steve Rogers had that kind of brainpower all along, he simply wasn't as ruthless about applying it as HYDRA-Cap was. That said, I do like...
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    And of course, all the catastrophic blunders...

    And of course, all the catastrophic blunders committed by the Avengers, individually or collectively, that have resulted in getting innocent people dead or hurt in the not-so-proverbial crossfire ---...
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    Actually a good point. I still remember Iron Man...

    Actually a good point. I still remember Iron Man calling the New Warriors "a tarnished brand" to Justice's face in Chris Yost's series, completely overlooking that he (Iron Man) and Captain America...
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