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5th May '16 10:06:49 AM Grudgeal
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* SanityBall: Usually juggled by Monica and Elsa, with Aaron taking some occasional turns. The Captain and Tammy, not so much.

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* SanityBall: Usually juggled by between Monica and Elsa, with Aaron taking some occasional turns. The Captain and Tammy, not so much.
5th May '16 10:06:06 AM Grudgeal
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* SanityBall: Usually juggled by Monica and Elsa, with Aaron taking some occasional turns. The Captain and Tammy, not so much.
17th Apr '16 6:06:21 PM Kalaong
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* Aaron Stack (formerly known as X-51 and Machine Man): A surly, alcoholic, {{Do Anything Robot}}ic {{Jerkass}}. Ended up as EnsembleDarkhorse for precisely those reasons.

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* Aaron Stack (formerly known as X-51 and Machine Man): A surly, alcoholic, [[TheAlcoholic Alcoholic]], {{Do Anything Robot}}ic {{Jerkass}}. Ended up as EnsembleDarkhorse for precisely those reasons.
6th Apr '16 4:22:53 PM LentilSandEater
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* SecretIdentity: Averted with a vengeance. Except for The Captain, none of Nextwave really use their code-names at all; in Monica's case, this is probably a blessing, since as they point out, there's been ''way'' too many Captain Marvels.
** Keep in mind that the only reason The Captain uses his code name is that ''he can't remember his real name''.

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* SecretIdentity: Averted with a vengeance. Except for The Captain, none of Nextwave really use their code-names at all; in Monica's case, this is probably a blessing, since as they point out, there's been ''way'' too many Captain Marvels.
** Keep in mind that the only reason
Marvels. And The Captain only uses his code name is that because ''he can't remember his real name''.
19th Feb '16 2:32:58 AM Malitia
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** Al Ewing's ''Captain America and the ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' revealed that the events of ''Nextwave'' were the result of the Beyond Corporation kidnapping Monica and the others, putting them in an alternate universe, and screwing with them ForTheEvulz. When Monica is told of the Beyond Corporation's [[spoiler: possession of Jason Quantrell]], she gets ''scary''. This is due to the fact that Monica, Elsa, and the others were never able to convince anyone that the Beyond Corporation existed, which led to the majority of them being perceived as insane while also being haunted by the horrible things they did.

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** Al Ewing's Creator/AlEwing's ''Captain America and the ComicBook/MightyAvengers'' revealed that the events of ''Nextwave'' were the result of the Beyond Corporation kidnapping Monica and the others, putting them in an alternate universe, and screwing with them ForTheEvulz. When Monica is told of the Beyond Corporation's [[spoiler: possession of Jason Quantrell]], she gets ''scary''. This is due to the fact that Monica, Elsa, and the others were never able to convince anyone that the Beyond Corporation existed, which led to the majority of them being perceived as insane while also being haunted by the horrible things they did.
20th Dec '15 1:14:59 PM pepsimax
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* Monica Rambeau (Formerly known as [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]] and Photon): The leader of the group. She used to lead [[Comicbook/TheAvengers The Avengers]], and reminds her teammates of this fact at every available opportunity.

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* Monica Rambeau ComicBook/MonicaRambeau (Formerly known as [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]] and Photon): The leader of the group. She used to lead [[Comicbook/TheAvengers The Avengers]], and reminds her teammates of this fact at every available opportunity.
19th Dec '15 7:21:02 PM pepsimax
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* Elsa Bloodstone: Daughter of a famous monster hunter, she was the series' resident ActionGirl. [[NationalStereotypes She's British.]]

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* Elsa Bloodstone: ComicBook/ElsaBloodstone: Daughter of a famous monster hunter, she was the series' resident ActionGirl. [[NationalStereotypes She's British.]]
19th Dec '15 5:42:05 PM nombretomado
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** Dan Slott's ''SheHulk'' seemed to suggest that the series did take place, but that the Monica Rambeau present is actually from an alternate universe (explaining Captain America's JerkAss behavior and why Monica's mother is stated to be dead when a far as we know, 616!Monica's mother is still alive).

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** Dan Slott's ''SheHulk'' ''ComicBook/SheHulk'' seemed to suggest that the series did take place, but that the Monica Rambeau present is actually from an alternate universe (explaining Captain America's JerkAss behavior and why Monica's mother is stated to be dead when a far as we know, 616!Monica's mother is still alive).
23rd Nov '15 10:53:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Captain (Formerly known as [[Series/CaptainPowerAndTheSoldiersOfTheFuture Captain Power]], CaptainRon, [[ChurchOfHappyology Captain L. Ron]], Captain Universe, Captain Ultra, Captain Avenger, Captain Avalon, [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], Captain ☠☠☠☠, and various others before finally giving up): [[IdiotHero An idiotic]] FlyingBrick from [[BrooklynRage Brooklyn]] who received his powers from benevolent aliens while drunkenly stumbling home. Subversion of TheGoodCaptain and frequent victim of TheWorfEffect. The only member of Nextwave created specifically for the series.

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* The Captain (Formerly known as [[Series/CaptainPowerAndTheSoldiersOfTheFuture Captain Power]], CaptainRon, Film/CaptainRon, [[ChurchOfHappyology Captain L. Ron]], Captain Universe, Captain Ultra, Captain Avenger, Captain Avalon, [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], Captain ☠☠☠☠, and various others before finally giving up): [[IdiotHero An idiotic]] FlyingBrick from [[BrooklynRage Brooklyn]] who received his powers from benevolent aliens while drunkenly stumbling home. Subversion of TheGoodCaptain and frequent victim of TheWorfEffect. The only member of Nextwave created specifically for the series.
4th Nov '15 7:13:11 PM Anicomicgeek
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* WriterOnBoard: Writer Warren Ellis' well known distaste for the ModernAge of comics and UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks is evident, but is funny rather than annoying. It helps that he's deliberately going for humor.

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* WriterOnBoard: Writer Warren Ellis' well known distaste for the ModernAge [[UsefulNotes/TheModernAgeOfComicBooks Modern Age]] of comics and UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks is evident, but is funny rather than annoying. It helps that he's deliberately going for humor.
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