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27th Aug '17 10:43:22 AM GrigorII
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27th Aug '17 1:33:00 AM Doug86
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'''You'd expect:''' He'd place the wand in his hand, point it at Superman, and kill him with it, since Superman isn't strong against magic. Having done this, he'd nuke Batman, thereby removing two of the most dangerous {{Justice League|OfAmerica}} members.\\

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'''You'd expect:''' He'd place the wand in his hand, point it at Superman, and kill him with it, since Superman isn't strong against magic. Having done this, he'd nuke Batman, thereby removing two of the most dangerous {{Justice Franchise/{{Justice League|OfAmerica}} members.\\
14th Aug '17 6:12:12 PM GrigorII
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** In ''Avengers'' #34, the Time Gem has caused the Avengers to jump uncontrollably into various times in the future. Captain America, Black Widow, and Starbrand arrive to 71st century. There the meet the apparently immortal Franklin Richards, who they know as a kid in their own time. Franklin asks Cap whether he would like to know what's causing the Incursions that threaten the Earth and the entire multiverse in the 21st century, and who's behind them?\\
'''You'd expect:''' Cap to say, "Yes, please tell me all about it!" Gaining this information would be massively important, because it might allow the Avengers to stop the Incursions and save the Earth and the multiverse. Also, Cap knows that Time Gem might transfer them into the future at any time without any warning... So the time they have available in the 71st century is limited, and hence an intelligent leader like Captain America should realize this time should be spent in learning whatever they can about the Incursions.\\
'''Instead:''' Cap doesn't want Franklin to answer those questions yet, instead he wants Franklin to tell him how to stop Tony Stark. Cap is angry at Tony and the Illuminati for trying to stop the Incursions through various morally questionable ways, and for erasing Cap's memory about this so he wouldn't oppose them. Franklin tells Cap he can fight the Illuminati but he can't fight fate, and that that things will only get worse if he fights them, and the Incursions will continue. Before Franklin has time to tell them anything else, the Time Gem once again transfers the Avengers away before they can learn what's causing the Incursions and who's behind them. After the Avengers return to their own time, the Incursions continue, and eventually [[spoiler:the multiverse is destroyed]]. So the information Cap got from Franklin was useless, while the information he didn't bother to get because he was so mad at Tony might've helped the Avengers to [[spoiler:save the multiverse]]. Great job, Cap!
** In ''New Avengers'' #23, an Incursion is threatening to destroy the 616 universe and another universe that is coming to contact with it. This could be stopped by destroying the Earth in either of those universe, but having just seen [[spoiler:Namor do this to stop the previous incursion]], the other members of the Illuminati can't find it in themselves to do so. So they're content to just wait for their universe to be destroyed. Reed Richards gathers his family, including his two young kids, so that he's with them when everything dies.\\
'''You'd expect:''' Even if he can't morally justify himself to destroy another Earth in order to save his, you'd think that Reed would at least do something to save his family. He has the knowledge and means to travel to the other universes within the multiverse. He also knows how to travel in time. So he could easily send his family to another universe, preferably one where the Earth has already been destroyed, so the Incursions don't threaten them. Or he could send his family far to the past of the 616 Earth, where they could live their full lives long before the Incursions ever start. At the very least, you'd think he would ''tell his family what is about to happen''. Even if his own moral code says he should do nothing and let everyone (including his family) die, maybe Sue doesn't feel the same way, so shouldn't be allowed to make her own choices? Maybe ''she'' would want to do anything she can to save their kids?\\
'''Instead:''' Reed doesn't do anything and doesn't tell anyone about the end of the world, even when Sue keeps asking what's wrong with him. Thankfully [[spoiler:Namor once again has the backbone to do what the other Illuminati couldn't, so the two universes survive]].
14th Aug '17 5:47:07 AM GrigorII
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* ComicBook/UnderSiege: The Masters of Evil have secured the mansion, have Jarvis and the Black Knight as helpless hostages, and banished Captain Marvel to a darkforce dimension. Now, thanks to Hercules' reckless Leeroy Jenkins act, they have beaten him to a pulp and almost killed him, and also defeated Captain America and the Wasp.\\
'''You'd expect:''' They would keep all the defeated Avengers as their hostages (those listed were the whole regular team at the time), keep a low profile, and torture and kill them at their leisure. Nobody would know anything until it's too late.\\

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* ComicBook/UnderSiege: ''ComicBook/UnderSiege'': The Masters of Evil have secured the mansion, have Jarvis and the Black Knight as helpless hostages, and banished Captain Marvel to a darkforce dimension. Now, thanks to Hercules' reckless Leeroy Jenkins act, they have beaten him to a pulp and almost killed him, and also defeated Captain America and the Wasp.\\
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'''You'd expect:''' They would keep all the defeated Avengers as their hostages (those listed were the whole regular team at the time), keep a low profile, and torture and kill them at their leisure. Nobody would know anything until it's too late.\\ \\
14th Aug '17 5:46:15 AM GrigorII
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'''Instead''' He automatically believes Jean even though she never even saw a body. Makes no on-panel attempt or even mention of using Cerbro to search for them, and then leaves the planet entirely with Lilandra.\\

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'''Instead''' He automatically believes Jean even though she never even saw a body. Makes no on-panel attempt or even mention of using Cerbro Cerebro to search for them, and then leaves the planet entirely with Lilandra.\\




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* ComicBook/UnderSiege: The Masters of Evil have secured the mansion, have Jarvis and the Black Knight as helpless hostages, and banished Captain Marvel to a darkforce dimension. Now, thanks to Hercules' reckless Leeroy Jenkins act, they have beaten him to a pulp and almost killed him, and also defeated Captain America and the Wasp.\\
'''You'd expect:''' They would keep all the defeated Avengers as their hostages (those listed were the whole regular team at the time), keep a low profile, and torture and kill them at their leisure. Nobody would know anything until it's too late.\\
'''Instead:''' They let the Wasp leave, get rid of Hercules' body (who is then saved at a hospital, as he was actually Not Quite Dead), and surround the mansion with darkforce. A giant banner saying "overrun by villains" would have served just as fine. The Wasp manages to get enough reinforcements, and starts the counter-attack.
13th Aug '17 12:56:50 AM system
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12th Aug '17 1:01:01 PM NVPOWER
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'''However:''' Since the Time Trapper is Prime's future self, shouldn't he have remembered punching his future self a few centuries ago? In the future that is set many years later?\\

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'''However:''' Since the Time Trapper is Prime's future self, shouldn't he have remembered punching his future self a few centuries ago? In the future that is set many years later?\\later?
12th Aug '17 12:59:57 PM NVPOWER
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'''At Least:''' Superboy-Prime's consistent.
'''However:''' Since the Time Trapper is Prime's future self, shouldn't he have remembered punching his future self a few centuries ago? In the future that is set many years later?

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'''At Least:''' Superboy-Prime's consistent.
consistent.\\
'''However:''' Since the Time Trapper is Prime's future self, shouldn't he have remembered punching his future self a few centuries ago? In the future that is set many years later?later?\\
12th Aug '17 12:58:42 PM NVPOWER
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'''However:''' Since the Time Trapper is Prime's future self, shouldn't he have remembered punching his future self a few centuries ago? In the future that is set many years later?
12th Aug '17 12:50:40 PM NVPOWER
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'''Instead:''' The next time Prime is on Earth, he jumps out at him again with the apparent intent of punching. He promptly has his ''other'' arm torn off.

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'''Instead:''' The next time Prime is on Earth, he jumps out at him again with the apparent intent of punching. He promptly has his ''other'' arm torn off. It was admittedly pretty ballsy, but stupid nonetheless.
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