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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Ever practical, that Taskmaster.
    I liked and disliked that about Taskmaster, honestly.

    Of Marvel's combat powerhouses, he's not a sadistic sociopath. He's only in it for money and will cut and run if things get too hot.

    But that habit means he fights less, so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cool Thatguy View Post
    I liked and disliked that about Taskmaster, honestly.

    Of Marvel's combat powerhouses, he's not a sadistic sociopath. He's only in it for money and will cut and run if things get too hot.

    But that habit means he fights less, so...
    the less he fights, the less fights he loses. because, if he fights a hero or someone more popular than himself (see: doom), he will have to lose the fight.

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    Both costumes are ace

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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post

    Both costumes are ace
    His best costume, IMO. Streamlined for merc work

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    I'm a sucker for the classic look, but I liked his Simone/Agent X look too.

    It's definitely more preferable to that over-edgy Spider-Men II look.

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    How is the material in this new trade? I've never read anything with Taskmaster before.

    AVENGERS (1963) #195-196 and #223, MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #103 and #146, THING (1983) #26, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #308, IRON MAN (1968) #254, DAREDEVIL (1964) #292-293, DEADPOOL (1997) #2, HAWKEYE: EARTH'S MIGHTIEST MARKSMAN, AVENGERS (1998) #26, CAPTAIN AMERICA (1998) #44 and material from CAPTAIN AMERICA ANNUAL #11.
    https://www.instocktrades.com/TP/Mar...N-DO/NOV190984

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    when was it changed that he was not a mutant anymore? and why?

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    He was originally not a mutant. He was very briefly retconned into a mutant when the X-Men were at the height of their popularity, and Marvel was trying to retcon everyone they plausibly could into being mutants. The retcon was re-retconned out the moment Marvel abandoned that policy.

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