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Subj: Re: Avengers: No More Bullying #1 (STORY 1)...
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 12:53:22 pm EST (Viewed 168 times)
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Avengers: No More Bullying #1

STORY 1: STRAIGHT SHOOTER
> http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Avengers:_No_More_Bullying_Vol_1_1
> The Avengers have always stood up for those who cannot stand up for themselves, but this time they're in for a bombastic adventure of the highest order! Featuring surprise guest stars from across the Marvel Universe including Spider-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy! Face front, readers! You won't want to miss this one!

Just read it. Did YOU read or buy this digital premiere back in 2015?

Fun simple story and clean colourful art.

Hopefully, though, it was not canon - which is actually a sidebar concern with all "Digital Universe" adventures. And not because armless Thor (not called Odinson?) and (inverted?) Iron Man probably couldn't have missioned together; could they have? Or that Falcon is surprisingly treated equal to TEN Olympic Level athletes. Or because the NYC destruction by a giamongous generic goldenbot was comically treated in such trope fashion. Or a single Hail Mary arrow saves the day - again. But because how many tales would it be now that the storyplot is about Hawkeye whining how undervalued and underappreciated his normal human skillset is? A gajillion? ;\) Hmmph. Having said that, this was still a funny page presented:


Here's source links of official preview pages for your convenience:
https://comicstore.marvel.com/Avengers-No-More-Bullying-1/digital-comic/36164





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[EDIT: Also attached is the source page of the new banner submission.]

Clint should have kept the Goliath identity. I never understood why he gave it up. He could have been both Hawkeye and Goliath just as Hank Pym had been both Ant Man and Giant-Man.

I any case, the story was presumably perceived as an instance of the Avengers bullying one of their own. Which I found offensive because Avengers should be above such things. Thor would certainly have been, back when he was still my Thor, which means Stan and Jack's Thor.









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