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Bk Ray
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Braugi

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Subj: Re: Ideal Avengers teams (and others)
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 at 05:26:55 pm EDT (Viewed 208 times)
Reply Subj: Ideal Avengers teams (and others)
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 at 04:16:53 pm EDT (Viewed 271 times)




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    In light of the recent post about powerful Avengers lineup, what would you have as the lineup if you took over the book.



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    Please try to take into consideration the following factors:



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    Marketability: probably need to have at least 1-2 members that will bring readers...guys who have carried solos for a while, or maybe 3 or 4 that carried a solo for a couple years



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    Power and Versatility: powerful enough to be able to handle pretty
    serious threats...but do you want a team so powerful every event
    has to be universe threatening?



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    Cool interactions: characters with interesting history or that you think
    would be good to have together



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    Team size: I think the lineups that are too big take away from the
    ability to tell good stories at times. 4 is almost too small for
    a team though, so probably need to have 5-10 members.



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    What would you do?


I would go a slightly different angle. I don't want characters from solo's to restrict me from doing stuff I want.

I would go for Hawkeye and Wasp, 2 long standing Avengers who can bring team history and make the team 'feel' like Avengers.

I'd also have Quasar to provide the interstellar edge and transportation, cosmic awareness and a heavy hitter.

Hercules to do the heavy lifting and Amadeus Cho for the heavy thinking. You need a top tier brick and mind for the Avengers and these will do.

I'd also throw in Elsa Bloodstone and Lightspeed.





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