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Iron Man Unit 007

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Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 at 10:29:24 pm EST (Viewed 42 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 at 07:27:12 pm EST (Viewed 42 times)

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    Well he was a pink Kree. I don't think you're going to get a lot of the blues to sign off on accepting him as a savior. The blue Kree are in like the bible belt of space racism.


Or something like that.

That does raise an interesting question though, of how would the Blue Kree respond to a pink Kree being that powerful, and able to escape death.


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    I don't think they should care. The Marvel red shirts (i.e. people) don't look up to Marvel heroes as Gods like the creepy normals at DC. They're used to heroes and villains coming back from the dead and they're often not that fond of them in the first place


Agree, I don't remember him being that big of a deal on Earth when he was alive. At least compared to the Avengers and Fantastic Four, who seemingly came back from the dead fare Onslaught. As well as every other time one of them died and came back.

Ah but news of Marv's illness and impending death was spread among the stars.

Earth knew it, the Kree knew it, the Skrulls knew it, the Watcher knew it, and so on.

Also as I recall in the Skrull-Vell mini-series, the people of Earth did react when they saw him appear in the first issue and take down the enemy that was attacking.

Yes Avengers and FF die and return with some disturbing amount of regularity (ie: arrogant writers stamping their foot and demanding they bring back certain characters, Magneto, Collossus....) but none of them perished the way Marv did.

As to the Kree, he DID save Hala from the Phoenix in Avengers/X-men at the cost of his renewed life. Surely even the blue Kree would recognize him as a hero for that?


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