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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvell2100 View Post
    Don't worry, nothing's changed as far as how she's being used.

    She had no dialogue and she just appears on panel.
    Omg don't excite me like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoop Dogg View Post
    I'd pay good-ass money to watch Misty blow up a planet with a handgun.
    Yes!

    I want to read a book about this team. Toni Ho, Misty Knight and Diamondback are faves and this sounds like the sort of team where I might even see Songbird or Spider-Woman 2 (Julia Carpenter) in the future...

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    No thanks.
    Coates writing revisionist history is even hotter garbage than his contemporary storytelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrancejameson View Post
    Tell me more. I'm kinda obsessed with Coates' Storm. Are you telling me that he's gone out of his way to shoehorn her into another character's narrative? Please tell me you're making things up?!
    Quote Originally Posted by Marvell2100 View Post
    Don't worry, nothing's changed as far as how she's being used.

    She had no dialogue and she just appears on panel.
    The woman with the mohawk in Captain America isn't Storm. It's an extra and the coloring was wrong, it should be a white woman with purple hair. The colorist must have Storm on their mind or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimz View Post
    The woman with the mohawk in Captain America isn't Storm. It's an extra and the coloring was wrong, it should be a white woman with purple hair. The colorist must have Storm on their mind or something.
    Haha!

    Or was it Storm in disguise? Hmmmm.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimz View Post
    The woman with the mohawk in Captain America isn't Storm. It's an extra and the coloring was wrong, it should be a white woman with purple hair. The colorist must have Storm on their mind or something.
    i just assumed that it was one of the Grapplers.


    anyhoo, i wonder how long it will be before they introduce the heroines who filled out the roster prior to Sue Richards, Jessica Drew, etc.
    "I just don't get why you wouldn't want to break the law anymore" --Scorpia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Watkins View Post
    i just assumed that it was one of the Grapplers.


    anyhoo, i wonder how long it will be before they introduce the heroines who filled out the roster prior to Sue Richards, Jessica Drew, etc.
    No, that's Storm in the panel - White Mohawk, dark skin, nothing to say.

    It's quite obvious.


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    I don't see (at least this current version) of pompous Illuminati types. From a time line perspective I would like to know when and how these folks came together.

    Is Sue there because she has/had worked with Shield? Or because Cap likes her support of his side during Civil War 1?

    Likewise some of the others. How and why, and when?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    I don't see (at least this current version) of pompous Illuminati types. From a time line perspective I would like to know when and how these folks came together.

    Is Sue there because she has/had worked with Shield? Or because Cap likes her support of his side during Civil War 1?

    Likewise some of the others. How and why, and when?
    Very little was given on the background and origins.

    We just know they are here to protect the American Dream. Or the Dream.

    They may not be pompous but they can still make mistakes.

    See: Prison break of super-villains.

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