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Clearly you haven't been keeping up with Immortal Hulk.
And it makes sense. Considering he has died and come back multiple times before.
But to be clear, he has Resurrective Immortality. Banner can die, but he can't stay dead.
Edited by Cortez on Apr 19th 2019 at 5:49:44 AM
Some days ago we talked about the Secret Wars. I forgot to ask something: are the Illuminati still a thing? Do they met again for some secret reason since the reconstruction of the universe, or was that their last one?
I imagine we will know when Hickman starts on X-Men. The way the Illuminati works is that even if we are told nothing about them, doesn't mean they aren't meeting since the original Illuminati was retconned into existence to have established after the Kree-Skrull War.
But given that Reed and Sue were absent from the MU until the start of Slott's Fantastic Four run, and you can't really have the Illuminati without Reed. I am gonna say no.
The only Illuminati we had post Secret Wars was Hood's Illuminati.
Just checked that on wikipedia, but it has no original members and founders, so it's just In Name Only.
Ta-Nehisi Coates has been writing Black Panther since SW but he hasn't addresse the Illuminati once. Granted BP only served in the second one and very reluctantly at the outset.
Also about Immortal Hulk... is the One Below All supposed to be the same character as the "True Devil" mentioned in Journey into Mystery back a ways?
So West Coast Avengers ended, and we find out Kate managed to date a not-straight guy again. So other than Patriot II, she’s been an eternal Fag Hag.
Edited by MegaJ on Apr 19th 2019 at 8:50:54 AM
The Illuminati were basically replaced by the Ultimates — they basically said, "Okay, we're going to tackle the big problems like the Illuminati did, but do it out in the open and we're going to ask for help when we need it, unlike them."
Of course, the Ultimates then prove up because of Civil War II and only reformed because of the Eternity War, which they managed to help end.
Please don't use that term. I also think dating someone who is bisexual isn't that big a deal, so I'm not sure why you are making it one.
Edited by alliterator on Apr 19th 2019 at 9:16:20 AM
Besides, she's still dating the guy who has the hots for Noh-Varr, right?
Also, quit beating around the bush and just have Kate BI-shop kiss a girl, Marvel.
Kate has fantastic gaydar but has no idea how to read it.
Also, we were right on the verge of Marvel's first canonical poly relationship, dammit.
Fuse being Bi doesn't negatively affect his relationship with Kate. In fact, i like how both Fuse and Noh-Var find each other attractive.
Speaking of West Coast Avengers, Kelly Thompson explained on her Tumblr what her plans for Gwenpool's powers were.
Basically Gwen would have learned that her powers are tied to how much she controls the narrative.
That... makes perfect sense, actually. Damn, I woulda killed to see that arc. I love anything with the Poolegirl, honestly
Wait, Gwenpool is back?
Yeah, it's a shame the book ended before Kelly could start that arc.
She was a member of the West Coast Avengers. And also had an adorable pet Land Shark.
Edited by alliterator on Apr 19th 2019 at 11:15:01 AM
Apologies for using the term, since I am queer as well I suppose I thought I had N-Word Privileges.
But I thought Fuse figuring out his jealously towards Noh-Varr was just him being attracted to him was cute and he accepted himself pretty quickly. I just found it amusing Kate's in this boat again.
I can only hope that if Gwenpool gets another solo any time soon it'll tie up those loose ends from WCA. Sorting out her relationship with Kid Omega, figuring out her powers' nature and limits, Jeff the Landshark becoming a permanent addition to her supporting cast because good god he is such a CUTIE
Edited by Dirtyblue929 on Apr 20th 2019 at 7:10:22 AM
Turns out all you need to make sharks cute is to make them puppies. Exhibit A.◊
It's why i love Sharkey from Eek the cat.
I really hope this series is saved by the trades and is revisited. Because dang this titles deserves like, 18 issues, minimum. (Dang that's such a tiny number but feels like it's above average)
Having read the first two issues....eh, I didn't like it.
Perhaps because I'm not a big Quentin Quire fan and everyone seems like a crazy idiot instead of just Gwenpool.
Either Brodok works or fails for you as a joke, I guess.
Except Gwenpool isn't crazy or an idiot. That's a misconception.
No, she's an extremely nuanced commentary on the relationship between fans, comics, and what the medium represents. Like commenting on the fact despite existing for decades, Batroc doesn't have a backstory and Doctor Doom's redemption will never stick.
None of which is in Avengers West Coast.
Which makes that Heart-to-heart Gwen has with Batroc all the more heartbreaking.
And her fears about how all of her supporting cast will cease to exist once her book was canceled.
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