History ComicBook / TheChildrensCrusade

11th May '17 6:07:22 PM Maxiboy136
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* ContinuityNod: Issue #9 references ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland'', ''[[ComicBook/XMen Schism]]'' and [[spoiler:the return of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Human Torch]].]]
11th May '17 5:22:10 PM Maxiboy136
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** There's also WonderMan, who is apparently a sane and accepted member of the Avengers again during this story, despite Children's Crusade occurring at the same time as Creator/BrianBendis' post-Siege Avengers storyline featuring Wonder Man being an enormous dick to the Avengers and all that they stand for.
9th Mar '17 6:40:11 PM gurkle2
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** Because the story was [[ScheduleSlip delayed for years]], the Avengers team and their costumes don't match up with any particular period of the Avengers comics. The first issue even carried an editorial disclaimer admitting that Iron Man and Captain America's costumes didn't match the way they looked in the comics at the time.


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** Luke's wife Jessica Jones takes over this role in issue # 7 when the Avengers and X-Men start fighting.
-->'''Kate:''' We have to get out there.
-->'''Jessica:''' Because that's what the world needs: more super heroes [[LetsYouAndHimFight beating the crap out of each other]] for no reason.


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* TookALevelInJerkass: To [[PlotInducedStupidity drive the plot]], Wolverine and Cyclops are both written as much more antagonistic and unreasonable than they usually are.
** Wolverine spends nearly all his panel time in the series either trying to kill Scarlet Witch and Wiccan, or proclaiming his intention to kill them.
** When the X-Men show up, Scott is so obsessed with bringing Wanda to justice that [[IdiotBall he insists on taking her into custody instead of letting her try to reverse her spell on mutants]], forcing her to [[IdiotBall try and do it with Doom's help instead]].
10th Jan '17 5:42:44 AM Morgenthaler
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20th Jun '16 10:33:22 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* BullyingADragon: The Avengers and the X-Men (although ''especially'' the X-Men) are incredibly lucky that Wanda and Billy are, in fact, good people, because it is absolutely ''staggering'' how willing both teams are to risk seriously pissing off one mutant who has the power to reshape the world with a sentence and another mutant who they suspect could do the same thing. Emma Frost even goes so far as to attack ''Wanda's children'', [[SarcasmMode because that worked out really well]] [[Comicbook/AvengersDisassembled the last time around]].

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* BullyingADragon: The Avengers and the X-Men (although ''especially'' the X-Men) are incredibly lucky that Wanda and Billy are, in fact, good people, because it is absolutely ''staggering'' how willing both teams are to risk seriously pissing off one mutant who has the power to reshape the world with a sentence and another mutant who they suspect could do the same thing. Emma Frost even goes so far as to attack ''Wanda's children'', [[SarcasmMode because despite how horrible that worked out really well]] was [[Comicbook/AvengersDisassembled the last time around]].



* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu: Basically, everybody's reaction when they saw Wanda about to get married with Doom... and more, when she returned to him after recovering her memory.

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* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu: Basically, everybody's reaction when they saw Wanda about to get married with to Doom... and more, when she returned to him after recovering her memory.



* [[IWillTearYourArmsOff I Will Tear Your Legs Off]]: Teddy threatens Pietro with this if Pietro tries to talk Billy into doing anything stupid[[note]]Not that Billy needed Pietro's help with that[[/note]]. Teddy does ''not'' look like he's joking, and from Pietro's DeathGlare but otherwise lack of response, Pietro didn't doubt Teddy's seriousness either.

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* [[IWillTearYourArmsOff I Will Tear Your Legs Off]]: IWillTearYourArmsOff : Teddy threatens Pietro with this if Pietro tries to talk Billy into doing anything stupid[[note]]Not that Billy needed Pietro's help with that[[/note]]. Teddy does ''not'' look like he's joking, and from Pietro's DeathGlare but otherwise lack of response, Pietro didn't doubt Teddy's seriousness either.



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** ManInWhite



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech[=/=]ShamingTheMob: Wiccan gives the Avengers and the X-Men both barrels toward the end of the series [[spoiler:in regard to their treatment of Wanda despite knowing she was possessed at the time]]. As he points out, [[spoiler:''they've'' all being forced to do horrible things under the influence. Or, as in some other cases, they did horrible things of their own will]]. It actually makes them back off, and quite a few of them look ashamed.

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech[=/=]ShamingTheMob: TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Wiccan gives the Avengers and the X-Men both barrels toward the end of the series [[spoiler:in regard to their treatment of Wanda despite knowing she was possessed at the time]]. As he points out, [[spoiler:''they've'' all being forced to do horrible things under the influence. Or, as in some other cases, they did horrible things of their own will]]. It actually makes them back off, and quite a few of them look ashamed.



* [[spoiler:TogetherInDeath: Stature and Vision died in this story. The Young Avengers opted not to try to reconstruct the Vision, as Cassie would still be dead, and this way they are toguether somehow.]]
* TooPowerfulToLive: Of course, we can't have a character with "deus ex machina" powers around. That's why she disappeared after House of M, and why she had to lose this power to return.
** Wolverine makes it very clear that this is his opinion of Wanda and Wiccan.

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* [[spoiler:TogetherInDeath: TogetherInDeath: [[spoiler: Stature and Vision died in this story. The Young Avengers opted not to try to reconstruct the Vision, as Cassie would still be dead, and this way they are toguether somehow.dead.]]
* TooPowerfulToLive: Of course, we can't have a character with "deus ex machina" powers around. That's why she disappeared after House of M, and why she had to lose this power to return.
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Wolverine makes it very clear that this is his opinion of Wanda and Wiccan.Wiccan. It's also why the Avengers want to kill Wanda.



* WhatTheHellHero: Mostly averted; disturbingly, not a single Avenger speaks out against Wolverine's desire to kill an innocent teenager essentially for the crime of existing. While none of the Avengers outright voice their agreement, not a single one of them -- not even ''Captain America'' -- actually disputes Wolverine's assertion that Billy should die. The closest anyone comes to calling him out is when Simon incredulously asks Steve why he made Wolverine an Avenger.

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* WhatTheHellHero: WhatTheHellHero:
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Mostly averted; disturbingly, not a single Avenger speaks out against Wolverine's desire to kill an innocent teenager essentially for the crime of existing. While none of the Avengers outright voice their agreement, not a single one of them -- not even ''Captain America'' -- actually disputes Wolverine's assertion that Billy should die. The closest anyone comes to calling him out is when Simon incredulously asks Steve why he made Wolverine an Avenger.Avenger.
**Wiccan has a few things to say to both the X-Men and the Avengers about their horrible treatment of Wanda in addition to their double standard.



* WouldHurtAChild: Poor [[spoiler:Cassie Lang]]. Damn you, Doctor Doom!

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* WouldHurtAChild: WouldHurtAChild:
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Poor [[spoiler:Cassie Lang]]. Damn you, Doctor Doom!
3rd Jun '16 7:45:12 AM McSkywalker
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* MoralMyopia: The X-men are motivated by revenge, and the Avengers are trying to protect the world by someone they deem too powerful/unstable. They seem to be forgetting that this is the motivation of every WellIntentionedExtremist or KnightTemplar they've ever fought.

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* MoralMyopia: The X-men X-Men are motivated by revenge, and the Avengers are trying to protect the world by someone they deem too powerful/unstable. They seem to be forgetting that this is the motivation of every WellIntentionedExtremist or KnightTemplar they've ever fought.
16th Mar '16 10:42:05 AM GrigorII
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* [[spoiler:TogetherInDeath: Stature and Vision died in this story. The Young Avengers opted not to try to reconstruct the Vision, as Cassie would still be dead, and this way they are toguether somehow.]]
15th Mar '16 8:16:50 AM GrigorII
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* TropeTelegraphing: [[spoiler:Stature wants Wanda to bring her father back to life, but Vision points that such magic feats always have a great price, such as dying. And he also pointed that he would not want to live in a world without her. Yes, you got it right: Stature dies at the end of the story, so does the Vision, and the Young Avengers do not try to rebuild him for that very reason]]
15th Mar '16 6:07:38 AM GrigorII
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Wanda and Dr. Doom were about to restore the powers of all mutants, with Wiccan preventing Doom from stealing the power. Patriot did not trust it, so he interrupted the spell... with awful results. She could not finish the spell, she lost the power to try again, and Doom got it. Perhaps the X-Men should go after him as well.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero
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Wanda and Dr. Doom were about to restore the powers of all mutants, with Wiccan preventing Doom from stealing the power. Patriot did not trust it, so he interrupted the spell... with awful results. She could not finish the spell, she lost the power to try again, and Doom got it. Perhaps the X-Men should go after him as well.


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** Subverted when Quicksilver tried to kill Magneto with wood spears. He missed, and killed Wanda instead, who just happened to be in the plaza as well. But nobody called him on it, because it revealed her as a doombot.
15th Mar '16 6:04:07 AM GrigorII
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* TheScourgeOfGod: The Sons of the Serpent, the [[PunchClockVillain Punch Clock Villains]] in the begining of the story. They use the Bible to justify racism and murder.
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