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Grey Gargoyle

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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Is Avengers #200 As Bad And Disgusting As People Say That It Is? Would The Alternative Have Been Better?
Posted: Wed Dec 06, 2017 at 07:49:55 am EST (Viewed 128 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Is Avengers #200 As Bad And Disgusting As People Say That It Is? Would The Alternative Have Been Better?
Posted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 at 03:21:42 pm EST (Viewed 164 times)



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    I know 213 is infamous...but I think it's actually a GOOD issue. This was before the whole member of a super hero group goes bad or falls from grace fad a few years later. I thought the issues leading up to it were well...stinky...but that issue itself had one of the most interesting plots. Before that we were getting stuff about the Weathermen, some elf queen and a resurrection stone...yuk. To me that whole period was a bit of a slump until the slap.

    And personally I loved the way Jan told Hank off in the next issue. Jan was oddly enough better off for the experience. If she hadn't stood up for herself and ditched Hank I don't think I could have seen her as Avengers leader later on. She asserted herself after that.

    I guess if you like Hank issue 213 was horrible. But if you're like me and think Hank Pym is a burden that brings everyone around him down it reinforced how you feel about him.

    Hank Pym is like Jerry from Rick and Morty.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVfxPwti4GY


I think that Hank Pym is the most shady of the founding members.

He has always been a mad scientist.


He wasn't afraid to practice genetic experiments on Janet.


What exactly did he hope & try to do when he was doing experiments on Dragon Man and created Ultron in the process ?


And, then, of course, there is the Yellowjacket split personality ...




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