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America's Captain 

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emerick man 

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Subj: Re: Uncanny Avengers #30: Breaking up and getting together...
Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 at 06:45:52 am EST (Viewed 169 times)
Reply Subj: Uncanny Avengers #30: Breaking up and getting together...
Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 at 04:23:05 pm EST (Viewed 259 times)

    Wanda and Simon break up (again) was maturely beautiful. Interesting that Simon new flying form.

I'm glad that when I start buying the weekly Avengers title I won't be subjected to Wanda and Simon as a couple. That was never the great love. If we can't have Wanda and the genuine Bronze Age Vision (this was the great love) then let's see Wanda with someone entirely new if she must be with anyone at all.

    Johnny and Anna 'getting closer together'. Seems a bit rushed that Wasp jumped to that conclusion and it's... surprising to see the impication that writer is moving in that direction for them.

Johnny is done with Black Bolt's woman so now he shifts over to what Gambit might consider to be Gambit's woman. Seems to be a strange pattern the writers are stuck in with Johnny. Nevertheless, where I felt Medusa was too old for Johnny, I think Rogue is the right age both physically and mentally, even if her weird skunk stripe makes her look old enough to be her own mother sometimes. (Only under artists who don't understand how to depict the stripe without aging her.)

    Wanda and Jericho 'getting REALLY closer together'. Seems just plain rushed that Wanda threw herself at him. She's alludes to how she's grown (during her cancelled series); otherwise, their talk is lite.

They're both magic users in Doctor Strange's orbit so I guess it's fitting. At least Jericho is someone new.

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