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10th Oct '17 10:09:55 PM PaulA
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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when during a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interestingly, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)

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* TakingTheVeil: In a "What if the Fantastic Four story where all four members of had the team have the same power as Human Torch's powers, Torch?" (v2 #11), Susan Storm decides to become a nun when during after she fails to save a superhero team mission they accidentally caused child who was caught in fire started while the death of Four were fighting a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interestingly, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)monster.
10th Oct '17 2:51:48 PM VicGeorge2011
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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interestingly, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)

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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing during a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interestingly, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)
10th Oct '17 2:48:14 PM VicGeorge2011
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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interesting, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)

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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interesting, (Interestingly, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)
10th Oct '17 2:47:46 PM VicGeorge2011
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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan.

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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan. (Interesting, the one that chose to remain an active hero was Ben Grimm instead of Johnny Storm.)
10th Oct '17 2:42:40 PM VicGeorge2011
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* TakingTheVeil: In a Fantastic Four story where all four members of the team have the Human Torch's powers, Susan Storm decides to become a nun when doing a superhero team mission they accidentally caused the death of a young child, causing the team to have so much guilt for a needless death they could have averted that three of its members forswore ever using their powers again, including Susan.
14th Sep '17 3:35:41 AM CharlesPhipps
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* ArcWelding: One of the few actual stories involved the Time Keepers [[spoiler: actually their EvilCounterpart called the Time Twisters]] start screwing with universes to destroy them. This included revisiting stories like The Fantastic Five, Wolverine as Lord of the Vampires, and Odin losing to Thor. Eventually, it all gets sorted out.


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** Done in "What if Wolverine was Lord of the Vampires" (v2 #24) where Wolverine is corrupted by vampirism and basically takes over New York. He's completely evil and unable to do what he would have normally done (commit suicide) until Doctor Strange helps him achieve self-control with a BattleIntheCenterOfTheMind. After that, he uses the Darkhold to destroy all undead in the world.
30th Jun '17 12:56:39 AM PaulA
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** "What if the Avengers had fought Galactus?" (v2 #41) has the point of departure be the Fantasic Four's spaceship crash landing upon reentry, killing them all. As a result, Doom becomes an ally of the West, Namor [[LossOfIdentity still has amnesia]], Captain America is never found, and, [[CaptainObvious of course]], the incident that the issue is named for: the Avengers becoming intangled with the Galactus incident. The result from ''that'' is [[spoiler:the Silver Surfer joining the Avengers after being released from Galactus' controll, and Galactus' hunger being satiated... at the cost of the Watcher's own life]].

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** "What if the Avengers had fought Galactus?" (v2 #41) has the point of departure be the Fantasic Four's spaceship crash landing upon reentry, killing them all. As a result, Doom becomes an ally of the West, Namor [[LossOfIdentity still has amnesia]], Captain America is never found, and, [[CaptainObvious of course]], and the incident that the issue is named for: the Avengers becoming intangled with the Galactus incident. The result from ''that'' is [[spoiler:the Silver Surfer joining the Avengers after being released from Galactus' controll, and Galactus' hunger being satiated... at the cost of the Watcher's own life]].
30th Jun '17 12:05:29 AM BobSaget9
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "What if the Avengers fought Galactus?" (v2 #41), Galactus turns his energy absorption device on [[spoiler"that universe's Uatu]], replenishing Galactus, but leaving the World Devourer confused as to why he did it. It allows Galactus and the Silver Surfer to leave on much more peaceful terms as they both try to seek out a reason for all of this.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "What if the Avengers fought Galactus?" (v2 #41), Galactus turns his energy absorption device on [[spoiler"that [[spoiler:that universe's Uatu]], replenishing Galactus, but leaving the World Devourer confused as to why he did it. It allows Galactus and the Silver Surfer to leave on much more peaceful terms as they both try to seek out a reason for all of this.
30th Jun '17 12:04:58 AM BobSaget9
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "What if the Avengers fought Galactus?" (v2 #41), Galactus turns his energy absorption device on that universe's Uatu, replenishing Galactus, but leaving the World Devourer confused as to why he did it. It allows Galactus and the Silver Surfer to leave on much more peaceful terms as they both try to seek out a reason for all of this.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "What if the Avengers fought Galactus?" (v2 #41), Galactus turns his energy absorption device on that [[spoiler"that universe's Uatu, Uatu]], replenishing Galactus, but leaving the World Devourer confused as to why he did it. It allows Galactus and the Silver Surfer to leave on much more peaceful terms as they both try to seek out a reason for all of this.
30th Jun '17 12:00:04 AM BobSaget9
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** "What if the Avengers had fought Galactus?" (v2 #41) has the PointOfDeparture be the Fantasic Four's spaceship crash landing upon reentry, killing them all. As a result, Doom becomes an ally of the West, Namor [[LossOfIdentity still has amnesia]], Captain America is never found, and, [[CaptainObvious of course]], the incident that the issue is named for: the Avengers becoming intangled with the Galactus incident. The result from ''that'' is [[spoiler:the Silver Surfer joining the Avengers after being released from Galactus' controll, and Galactus' hunger being satiated... at the cost of the Watcher's own life]].

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** "What if the Avengers had fought Galactus?" (v2 #41) has the PointOfDeparture point of departure be the Fantasic Four's spaceship crash landing upon reentry, killing them all. As a result, Doom becomes an ally of the West, Namor [[LossOfIdentity still has amnesia]], Captain America is never found, and, [[CaptainObvious of course]], the incident that the issue is named for: the Avengers becoming intangled with the Galactus incident. The result from ''that'' is [[spoiler:the Silver Surfer joining the Avengers after being released from Galactus' controll, and Galactus' hunger being satiated... at the cost of the Watcher's own life]].
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