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    Hank Pym. Inhumans Royal Family. Namor. Luther Manning version of Deathlok.

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    Triathlon instantly comes to mind for me.

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    Kamala Khan is in danger of making this list. The character went from being the defacto leader of the new generation to being Miles back up singer...and Miles doesn't even have a live action movie or show yet.
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    Considering the MU is only centered around the same 10 or so characters -- and 2 or 3 of those are villains -- I expect this thread to really go supernova at some point.

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    Definitely, my next choice would be...

    Jack of Hearts


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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray View Post
    Hank Pym. Inhumans Royal Family. Namor. Luther Manning version of Deathlok.
    Sub-Mariner for sure. Back when he had his own ongoing and was a superhero and not a jerk. As for the Inhumans? Marvel ruined them trying to make them the X-Men. Then that awful 60’s production of the TV show. The Inhumans really do have to hide after all of that.

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    Definitely, my next choice would be...

    Beta Ray Bill


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreaded Porcupine View Post
    Sub-Mariner for sure. Back when he had his own ongoing and was a superhero and not a jerk. As for the Inhumans? Marvel ruined them trying to make them the X-Men. Then that awful 60’s production of the TV show. The Inhumans really do have to hide after all of that.
    X-Men fanboys being gaslighted by click bait articles was more responsible for the backlash. They didn't even get off the ground and had more books during the all new all different era. It was working for them, but Marvel had just done an X-Men versus event with the Avengers, and Civil War II. There was a lot of hate going around and they got caught up in it. And the rushed show with the budget of Hawaii 5.0 didn't help.

    They need to come back. It's been 5 years.

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    Wildstreak, Lectronn, LightBright, She-Thing
    Marvel corner box petition: please sign and share with your friends https://chng.it/yr5j2dvwzB

    Tout Va Bien!!!
    Tout Va Bien!!!

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    Definitely, my next choice would be...

    Young Allies


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    Can I say Wolverine?

    I kid, I kid...

    But seriously when will the Secret Warriors or S.H.E.I.L.D. come back for reals?



    And in general what is going on with the various organizations of Marvel, it seems like only X-Men is dealing with their shenanigans

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Definitely, my next choice would be...

    Jack of Hearts

    Maybe things are looking up. He made a brief appearance last month in the one shot Timeless. I have that comic but didn't make a scan of that (there's no code for redeeming a digital copy)

    Bendis really did a number on some characters in Disassembled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    Maybe things are looking up. He made a brief appearance last month in the one shot Timeless. I have that comic but didn't make a scan of that (there's no code for redeeming a digital copy)

    Bendis really did a number on some characters in Disassembled
    I know, right?! I was so looking forward to the two time periods (Earth-616 & Songbird's possible future) aligning harmoniously,
    but I guess it wasn't meant to be. But still, thanks for letting me know that Jack might be back. It really means a lot.

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    Marvelís lost generation of teen characters comes to mind.



    They (Gravity, Alpha, Powerman III) were all created within 7 years of each other, and disappeared pretty quickly.

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    For me:

    Sentry (I know he's not a popular choice, but any hope of progress the character has of making just seems to get undercut)
    Noh-Warr
    Blue Marvel
    Beta Ray Bill
    Ares
    Michael Pointer

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