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    Default Clor ragnarok should be back

    I seen him last in dark avengers
    later I could not seen him
    now he have original thor hammer so he is more powerful

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    I'd like to see him back and get stomped on by a resurrected Bill Foster.
    Calling Wanda a Pretender is Trumpian at best

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    I would like to see Thor's reaction to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielsan52 View Post
    I'd like to see him back and get stomped on by a resurrected Bill Foster.
    A) QFT
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    D) All of the above

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    Bringing up Bill Foster, has any heroic character had a worse send off than he did? They wrapped him in a tarp and in chains instead of a burial vault of some kind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    Bringing up Bill Foster, has any heroic character had a worse send off than he did? They wrapped him in a tarp and in chains instead of a burial vault of some kind.

    Man, I forget how absolutely tone deaf this book was.

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    clor got a brain regrown in thunderbolts, in a timeline created by AIM and seemed to become more heroic
    In the new thunderbolts it was shown that the cyborg didn't have many parts of his brain fully grown replaced by cybernetics and those were removed and his cells were stimulated to grow creating a whole brain.

    its also possible that skrull pym programmed him to go unhinged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    Man, I forget how absolutely tone deaf this book was.
    Yeah, I mean the chains certainly give one images of slavery. I don't know how no one could see that in editorial and addressed this by asking the artist to at least take that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    Bringing up Bill Foster, has any heroic character had a worse send off than he did? They wrapped him in a tarp and in chains instead of a burial vault of some kind.

    in might avengers normal osborn took his leg bone and snap it btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ichijinijisanji View Post
    clor got a brain regrown in thunderbolts, in a timeline created by AIM and seemed to become more heroic
    In the new thunderbolts it was shown that the cyborg didn't have many parts of his brain fully grown replaced by cybernetics and those were removed and his cells were stimulated to grow creating a whole brain.

    its also possible that skrull pym programmed him to go unhinged.
    dark avengers or thunderbolts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vijayshetty View Post
    dark avengers or thunderbolts?
    sorry dark avengers

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    got confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ichijinijisanji View Post
    sorry dark avengers

    175-190
    got confused
    thats ok,but that was my point
    dark avengers come in 2012
    later no see of clor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    Bringing up Bill Foster, has any heroic character had a worse send off than he did? They wrapped him in a tarp and in chains instead of a burial vault of some kind.

    Should definitely be brought back. Something about this final appearance that really grated on me was that they gave him a new bland uniform --- and that's the uniform that was used when they produced an action figure for him.

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    Re: Clor/Ragnarok
    I'm ok if he's brought back, just clearly as a foe. No gray area, we have plenty of Asgardian "enchanted tool bearing" heroes of merit to play with in 616.


    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    Bringing up Bill Foster, has any heroic character had a worse send off than he did? They wrapped him in a tarp and in chains instead of a burial vault of some kind.

    What would be the purpose of the chains exactly? Is there something about Goliath and his Pym Particles or anything that would make the chains a necessary precaution? The chains do seem odd. In some mythology stories you might see chains on a vampire, werewolf or even a witch because of resurrection or use of their hands/feet are deadly. Unless I'm missing something the chains on Goliath are very pointless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    Re: Clor/Ragnarok
    I'm ok if he's brought back, just clearly as a foe. No gray area, we have plenty of Asgardian "enchanted tool bearing" heroes of merit to play with in 616.




    What would be the purpose of the chains exactly? Is there something about Goliath and his Pym Particles or anything that would make the chains a necessary precaution? The chains do seem odd. In some mythology stories you might see chains on a vampire, werewolf or even a witch because of resurrection or use of their hands/feet are deadly. Unless I'm missing something the chains on Goliath are very pointless.
    The chains may have just been used to wrap and hold the tarps around the body.

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