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* ComicBookTime: Played with in ''The Marvels'' and ''The Spiders.'' Kamala and Miles' travels to the past has the comic also recapture the aesthetic of the time period the stories were taking place in; the 70s and 60s respectively.

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* ComicBookTime: CapeSnag: Clint pulls this on Taskmaster in ''The Archers''.
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Played with in ''The Marvels'' and ''The Spiders.'' Kamala and Miles' travels to the past has the comic also recapture the aesthetic of the time period the stories were taking place in; the 70s and 60s 60s, respectively.



* FishOutOfTemporalWater: All the legacy characters are blasted years or even ''centuries'' into the past.



* LegacyCharacter: This event is based around the idea of legacies and mantles, pairing characters who've shared a name at some point in time.

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This event is based around the idea of legacies and mantles, pairing characters who've shared a name at some point in time.



* MythologyGag: Logan's internal narration upon seeing Laura in action is: [[Film/{{Logan}} "She's like me. Very much like me."]]

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Logan's internal narration upon seeing Laura in action is: [[Film/{{Logan}} "She's like me. Very much like me."]]

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* CoversAlwaysLie: ''The Iron'' shows Ironheart flying into action with the original Iron Man in the classic red and gold suit. The actual story has a future Tony Stark as Sorcerer Supreme and doesn't once put on armor.


The majority of the above comics are written by the writers of one (or both) of each pairing's current ongoing title [[note]]with the exception of Cullen Bunn on ''The Phoenix'', who's currently writing the younger Jean Grey in ''[[ComicBook/XMenGoldAndBlue X-Men: Blue]]''[[/note]] but aren't considered part of those series.

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The majority of the above comics are written by the writers of one (or both) of each pairing's current ongoing title [[note]]with the exception of Cullen Bunn on ''The Phoenix'', who's currently writing the younger Jean Grey in ''[[ComicBook/XMenGoldAndBlue X-Men: Blue]]''[[/note]] ''Series/XMenBlue''[[/note]] but aren't considered part of those series.


* InnocentlyInsensitive: Mixed in with NobelBigot, both Thor and Mar-vell tend to be demeaning to their female counterpoint. Thor even refers to Jane as a wench. Both though are more then willing to fight alongside their future legacy.

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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Mixed in with NobelBigot, both Both Thor and Mar-vell tend to be demeaning to their female counterpoint.counterpart. Thor even refers to Jane as a wench. Both though are more then willing to fight alongside their future legacy.


* TheFutureWillBeBetter: The Iron, instead of going into the past, Riri ends up in the future where Tony Stark has become the Sorcerer Surpreme and the Avengers brought about a galaxy wide utopia. It's implied Riri has a hand in this

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* TheFutureWillBeBetter: The Iron, instead of going into the past, Riri ends up in the future where Tony Stark has become the Sorcerer Surpreme and the Avengers brought about a galaxy wide utopia. It's implied Riri has a hand in thisthis.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Mixed in with NobelBigot, both Thor and Mar-vell tend to be demeaning to their female counterpoint. Thor even refers to Jane as a wench. Both though are more then willing to fight alongside their future legacy.

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** Played straight in ''The Americas'', where the mention of a selfie and appearances by smartphones marks Cap's return to modern day as being in the 2010s.


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* RealityEnsues: The younger Steve Rogers finds himself having difficulty keeping his lunch down in the battlefield. He's only been Captain America for at least two weeks, and the pressure of having to both fight as a soldier (which he admits he's actually not, he's a guy his superiors put into a costume and sent out to war) and provide a symbol for people to look up to is getting to him.


* TheCape: Miles' final monologue in ''The Spiders'' reveals that this is how he views Peter Parker as Spider-Man.

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Miles' final monologue in ''The Spiders'' reveals that this is how he views Peter Parker as Spider-Man.Spider-Man.
** Reversed in ''The Americas'', where it's a young Steve Rogers who views Sam Wilson as this.


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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The final issue of the series, ''The Americas'' actually has Sam Wilson stuck and remaining in the past. He ends up fighting alongside Steve Rogers during World War II, becoming a minister and living through the Civil Rights Era, and dying of old age once the present events start unfolding [[BookEnd when Steve Rogers gave the mantle to his original, younger self]]. It's not until he dies that he returns to the "present."


* TheCape: Miles' final monologue in ''The Spiders'' reveals that this is how he views Peter Parker as Spider-Man.
* ComicBookTime: Played with in ''The Marvels'' and ''The Spiders.'' Kamala and Miles' travels to the past has the comic also recapture the aesthetic of the time period the stories were taking place in; the 70s and 60s respectively.



* WolverinePublicity: Despite being featured prominently in the promotional art leading up to the series, [[Comicbook/{{Nova}} Richard Rider and Sam Alexander]] don't actually have a one-shot. [[note]]Fans have speculate that the previous Nova series bombing ended up causing the duo to become deemphasized.[[/note]]

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* WolverinePublicity: Despite being featured prominently in the promotional art leading up to the series, [[Comicbook/{{Nova}} Richard Rider and Sam Alexander]] don't actually have a one-shot. [[note]]Fans have speculate that the previous Nova series bombing ended up causing the duo to become deemphasized.de-emphasized.[[/note]]


* ''The Marvels'' -- Starring [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Ms. Marvel]]. Written by Creator/GWillowWilson with art by TBA.

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* ''The Marvels'' -- Starring [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Captain Marvel]] Carol Danvers]] and [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Ms. Marvel]].Kamala Khan]]. Written by Creator/GWillowWilson with art by TBA.


* ''The Phoenix'' -- Starring twp [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Jean Greys]]. Written by Cullen Bunn with art by TBA.

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* ''The Phoenix'' -- Starring twp two [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Jean Greys]]. Written by Cullen Bunn with art by TBA.


* ''The Phoenix'' -- Starring ComicBook/JeanGrey. Written by Cullen Bunn with art by TBA.

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* ''The Phoenix'' -- Starring ComicBook/JeanGrey.twp [[ComicBook/JeanGrey Jean Greys]]. Written by Cullen Bunn with art by TBA.


** An older Tony Stark mentors the children of the other heroes, just like in WesternAnimation/NextAvengersHeroesOfTomorrow except the circumstances are more peaceful.

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** An older Tony Stark mentors the children of the other heroes, just like in WesternAnimation/NextAvengersHeroesOfTomorrow ''WesternAnimation/NextAvengersHeroesOfTomorrow'' (even the same heroes), except the circumstances are more peaceful.

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* TheFutureWillBeBetter: The Iron, instead of going into the past, Riri ends up in the future where Tony Stark has become the Sorcerer Surpreme and the Avengers brought about a galaxy wide utopia. It's implied Riri has a hand in this


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** InUniverse, Tony Stark eventually becomes the new Sorcerer Supreme in the future, and the Mighty Avengers are the descendants of other heroes.


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** An older Tony Stark mentors the children of the other heroes, just like in WesternAnimation/NextAvengersHeroesOfTomorrow except the circumstances are more peaceful.


* ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies: Subverted ''hard'' in issue 3: Logan uses this as his reasoning for not staying with Amiko after he and Laura rescue her from Sabretooth. Laura quickly points out that his being active in her life didn't matter: Creed targeted her ''anyway''.

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* ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies: Subverted ''hard'' in issue 3: Logan uses this as his reasoning for not staying with Amiko after he and Laura rescue her from Sabretooth. Laura quickly points out that his being active in her life didn't matter: Creed targeted her ''anyway''.


* NeverTrustATrailer: Both of the most recent ComicBook/{{Nova}}s --Richard Rider and Sam Alexander-- appear in the above promo image, but they lack a dedicated one-shot for the Nova mantle.
** This is because plans changed when the monthly Nova comic was {{cancelled}}.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: Both of the most recent ComicBook/{{Nova}}s --Richard Rider and Sam Alexander-- appear in the above promo image, but they lack a dedicated one-shot for the Nova mantle.
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mantle. This is because plans changed when the monthly Nova comic was {{cancelled}}.

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