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Subj: Re: Avengers #682: Game of Craps?
Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 at 08:52:09 am EST (Viewed 89 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Avengers #682: Game of Craps?
Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 at 05:12:28 pm EST (Viewed 110 times)


      Rogue's newly absorbed powers and Corvus' status TOO VAGUE.

    Corvus? To quote the Chief Medical Officer, "He's dead, Jim." Although - to be honest - I'm unclear as to how exactly Rogue killed him. So maybe he's a vegetable. Maybe Rogue absorbed him so mercilessly that she left him a vegetable.

Part of what we know about him is that as long as his staff/blade is immortal. So, no, Bones... he's not dead.

    But Rogue! She interests me. She seems to be ruled by her passions and entirely at peace with that. The path she's walking is partly in Sith territory. As for the Corvus influence - Note that we never see her put down the glaive.

I've been wondering if he actually comes from the glaive. I don't like Rogue carrying it. Even if it's not dangerous, it's like a trophy.


      For everyone to see that never read Occupy Avengers and are not concerned with that series danglers. Not me - on both counts. On the one hand it's a good moment for NOT FROZEN Red Wolf on the other hand

    No idea why these two aren't frozen. I think Gamesmaster decided arbitrarily to unfreeze them. He's a sneaky bugger.

Well, we technically never saw them frozen. The last time we saw them in-story was just before everybody froze. Their absence was sort of conspicuous, in retrospect.

    Don't even get me started.

    Writers: You'll never guess who's coming.
    Readers: It's the Hulk!
    Writers: Never ever guess.
    Readers: Hulk!


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