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    Quote Originally Posted by XPac View Post
    In a solo book individual heroes might not need to work together to defeat a bad fuy, but in a team book that sort of some with the territory.
    We can have synergy without Blue Marvel and Monica becoming completely subsumed and indistinct. Individuals being spectacularly awesome in a rare moment to shine can also be the product of team work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudicatorPrime View Post
    The big asterisk there is that he had pre-intel from Ulysses. And even then, he didn't cut loose. He merely used his basic level of power to quash a predictable ant. That's really not the same thing. Let's not try to characterize it as such.

    It's also not the same thing when he merges with Monica in order to become far superior than a "mini boss." Thor wouldn't need to do that. Neither would the Hulk. Neither would the Silver Surfer. Nor would the Sentry. Ditto Hickman's Hyperion. None of the upper echelon heroes would need to do that. Heck, even Anti-Man wouldn't need to do that. Blue Marvel should not need to do that, either. Not if he's allowed to truly cut loose.
    I have been unimpressed by the use of adam since I saw him head shot shumagorath

    he's easily my favourite newish marvel character, I luv his power set, character and integrity

    All I want is for him to be the marvel superman he could be

    I really want him to stand out t I feel he's been written weakly powers wise

    Luv him hope he's around a lot more

    And more prominent and powerful written too

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    BRB gonna get 'MY ONLY WEAPON IS LOVE' tattooed across my pecs.

    Possibly above a drawing of a Care Bear with Jack Kirby's head.
    What is the back story of his Only Weapon is Love? Was it from FF? Doctor Strange?
    “If you want to really see a road map of where our movies will be (going) in the next five, 10 or 20 years, read the comics,” says Joe Quesada, Marvel’s chief creative officer. “Because they’re almost always a precursor to what’s on the horizon in our cinematic universe and our television universes.”

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    Already on pull list.
    I've seen your end and it starts with you challenging me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itspopularnowitsucks View Post
    What is the back story of his Only Weapon is Love? Was it from FF?

    Fantastic Four #72.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravin' Ray View Post

    Fantastic Four #72.
    Nice catch.

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    Any chance of Carol seeing Ultimate Cap and deciding to vent her fury and frustration of Hydracap and what he did to her on Ultimate Cap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitake92 View Post
    Any chance of Carol seeing Ultimate Cap and deciding to vent her fury and frustration of Hydracap and what he did to her on Ultimate Cap?

    Never liked ultimate cap much

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    Only possibly bad part about the preview is that I'm getting very uncomfortable about seeing Ultimate Jan and Ultimate Hank remotely close to each other.

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    I like the tribute to Kirby cover.
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    Im so sad this series end.

    Ewing had much more ideas to write. He was forced to end this...the concept of Eternities from others incarnations of the multiverse is fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaebiakuya View Post
    Im so sad this series end.

    Ewing had much more ideas to write. He was forced to end this...the concept of Eternities from others incarnations of the multiverse is fantastic.
    Agreed

    Marvel's best book for ages

    One of the few I jumped to read each time along with infamous iron man

    Losing both

    My only issues was the final issue felt a bit rushed (no fault on the creative there) but so many good ideas

    a very, very good run

    loved adams one shotting the hulk

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    Despite being very fast they managed to make a good end to this story .

    I will miss this comic had a good premise and I was happy they keep Galactcus this way after all is a new universe with infinite possibilities some changes are welcome and are worth keeping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knives View Post
    Despite being very fast they managed to make a good end to this story .

    I will miss this comic had a good premise and I was happy they keep Galactcus this way after all is a new universe with infinite possibilities some changes are welcome and are worth keeping.

    Yes agreed - I hope they maintain the ideas about the cosmology

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilderkin View Post
    Agreed

    Marvel's best book for ages

    One of the few I jumped to read each time along with infamous iron man

    Losing both

    My only issues was the final issue felt a bit rushed (no fault on the creative there) but so many good ideas

    a very, very good run

    loved adams one shotting the hulk

    sounds a lot like me -- for marvel, i'm down to ultimates, infamous iron man, and daredevil, and i've lost (or am about to lose) the first two.

    great series. picked it up on a whim when the first volume came out right after secret wars and i'm sad to see it go.

    i see no reason why ewing shouldn't be writing a relaunched fantastic four. assuming he'd want the job, that is.

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