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There were changes made after the uncolored preview art was shown months ago. Some of the photos were changed and I'm guessing that Thing was originally supposed to be in the story or as the guys said it could have just been a sloppy mistake. Why did Sue say Ben instead of Reed or Johnny?
After Annihilation Conquest he (digitally) returned to Earth during Siege and took over the Jocasta duplicates in the Infinite Mansion attacked Pym. That story ended with him taking Jocasta as his bride. She would split her time with wherever Ultron is (by transferring her conciousness between bodies) and here on Earth.I get the feeling this was supposed to come out of the Ultron storyline that ran in Marvel's Cosmic titles a few years ago.
Last years Free Comic Book Day, "Avengers, Age of Ultron" shows how Ultron got to Earth.
I don't know if this is bothering anyone else, but Spidey in the AoU titles reads like Pete. In Superior Spider-Man, it's still Octavious.
Yeah I thought the book was great and the light hearted approach gave it a unique feel out of all the other Marvel Now Avengers books.I enjoyed Avengers Assembled 9 and i didnt think anything of it before I read it. i thought it was a fun book but without being too silly.
With many of you confused as to Angel's status, I HIGHLY recommend The Dark Angel Saga by Rick Remender. Best X-Men stuff I've read in years.
Anyone have the podcast go into just the right channel after Jamie left?
David doesn't really have "serious" daddy issue. He feels slighted because in the past Xavier has put the X-Men before him. Most recently they have been working together to get David's powers under control. David used to have a watch like device to help him select his powers but he could only access a power once and then it was gone. It looks like by working with Xavier he has been able to take more control over his powers. So while there was some underlying tension with Daddy overall they were on good terms.
As for David's story in X-Men: Legacy, I do understand people suffer from this same issue (I'm always reading people, so I look for these types of things), but I guess I'm questioning why his training wouldn't address dealing with his daddy issues. Sure, have multiple personalities with multiple powers is a major hurdle to jump, but part of "curing" his condition would be addressing this issue.
As I admitted, I'm not too familiar with the character (X-Men lost me when multiple titles emerged), so I don't know if it's daddy issues that's causing his MPD to develop and overtake his psyche. Continuously working on a house that's unstable will never solve the issue if work isn't starting with the foundation and working up.
Good assessment of our assessment, though.