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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam-X View Post
    If you could have any SIX characters on your AVENGERS book - who would you have?
    Great idea! Here are the six characters I would choose...

    Cap & Iron Man





    Jack of Hearts/Songbird/Wasp (Jan)





    '90s Ghost Rider (Dan Ketch)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam-X View Post
    If you could have any SIX characters on your AVENGERS book - who would you have?
    Doctor Pym
    Spectrum
    Darkchylde
    She-Hulk
    Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly)
    Human Torch (Johnny Storm)
    "Cable was right!"

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    War Machine
    Captain America
    Vision
    Cardiac
    Thor
    Blade

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    Spectrum
    Black Panther
    Nova
    Hawkeye
    Songbird
    Wonder Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Shaw View Post
    This is why two books are needed: to get the best of classic members mixed with new members, and non-mainstays who may have interesting arcs to explore.
    I kinda agree and disagree. I'd be okay with two books, however, if it were to cover a single large team. While Stern's is probably my favorite Avengers run, and he did amaze me with his ability to juggle the six members limit, I think the Avengers work better as a larger team, with somewhere between 8 to 12-13 members. That team could occasionally be split into samller, non-set, squads, that'd be covered in the two books you mentioned, and once or twice a year, you'd get a huge mission involving the whole team, and covered in both books. That's my dream, but it'd only work with a really good writer and editor team. Marvel hasn't had one of those in quite a while.

    Peace

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    Blue Marvel
    Spectrum
    Songbird
    Magik
    Giant Man (Raz Malhotra)
    Toni Ho

    With 7th, 8th and 9th being rotating spots for various characters to come and go

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Great idea! Here are the six characters I would choose...

    Cap & Iron Man





    Jack of Hearts/Songbird/Wasp (Jan)





    '90s Ghost Rider (Dan Ketch)

    My eternal championing of Jack of Hearts aside, I'd read the ever-living hell out of this line-up. Love the Ketch Ghost Rider inclusion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomads1 View Post
    I kinda agree and disagree. I'd be okay with two books, however, if it were to cover a single large team. While Stern's is probably my favorite Avengers run, and he did amaze me with his ability to juggle the six members limit, I think the Avengers work better as a larger team, with somewhere between 8 to 12-13 members. That team could occasionally be split into samller, non-set, squads, that'd be covered in the two books you mentioned, and once or twice a year, you'd get a huge mission involving the whole team, and covered in both books. That's my dream, but it'd only work with a really good writer and editor team. Marvel hasn't had one of those in quite a while.

    Peace
    Shooter & Busiek handled the large team format perfectly. Threats should be exploding all over Earth, and space. It makes sense for a large team to handle multiple threats, sometimes simultaneously. With different heroes bouncing off each other, it should never be a dull moment in regards to interpersonal relationships, and character development.

    A science table featuring a hirsute mutant, a size changing but troubled man, an arrogant former munitions dealer, and an African king.....only the Avengers can pull that off.

    During the Geoff Johns run, I saw the potential for a three kings saga: Wakanda, Atlantis, and Asgard. Not fighting each other, but a legitimate built up menace. I think the world would freak out at the thought of the Avengers having an alliance with three powerful realms.

    The idea that the team has a sub-family: Hank Pym, Janet Van Dyne, Simon Williams, Vision, Wanda, Quicksilver, & Crystal is interesting.

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    T'challa is getting disrespected here.

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    Today’s issue is pretty. That’s all I can say about that.

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    I literally cannot take this phoenix event seriously I have no idea what's happening just a bunch of colors with a story that's all over the place.

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    I enjoyed watching Black Panther break Wolverine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracks View Post
    I enjoyed watching Black Panther break Wolverine
    That was really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracks View Post
    I enjoyed watching Black Panther break Wolverine
    Lol agree. This should happen regularly to knock the runts ego down a few notches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Journey View Post
    I literally cannot take this phoenix event seriously I have no idea what's happening just a bunch of colors with a story that's all over the place.
    Wow, it is really that bad? Colors blobs and no story? Where are the editors?
    [Quote Originally Posted by Thor-El 10-15-2020 12:32 PM]


    "Jason Aaron should know there is already a winner of the Phoenix Force and his name is Phoenixx9."

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