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Subj: Thunderbolts #11: Life is but a (bad) dream...
Posted: Sat Apr 01, 2017 at 04:07:51 pm EDT (Viewed 235 times)


Y'may or may not realize my critical comments of inordinate amount of time and space wasted, for chunks of issue after issue in Cap's book, showing a flashbacks of a Kobik-altered HYDRA-Steve Rogers past. It made no sense how it could be real and not some Cosmic Cube induced illusion/delusion for Steve, with a dash of reality physical transformation to a youthful super soldier thrown in. But in/directly Marvel has (recently?) confirmed that it was actual reality that's been altered - so it has to be taken as fact even though almost no evidence of a Butterfly Effect, to the Present, convinces us that 616 is a changed timeline. Uhm. Well, Fine. Okay. Stranger things have happened. It's not Marvel would lie to us...

And then comes this week's...

Thunderbolts 011 (2017)

All but the last 3 pages are spotlight on Present Bucky, alone, sent to relive this his time during this Kobik-altered HYDRA-Steve Rogers past! First of all UGH to that. Secondly, it totally seems that this Cosmic Cube created timeline is NOT what universally/actually happened to the Earth. Only the couple of individuals that Kobik specifically has picked so far know it as a 'real past' because when Bucky went back it was all news to him. Maybe Cap, Skull, selvig, and Zemo have accepted the change so to only them the delusion/illusion is 'real' in all ways physically to the present. Which means maybe Marvel was deliberately feeding us misinformation/disinformation exclusive to the Cap books to promote the Secret Empire Event unfolding. Maybe fans were being reasonable when complaining how wonky this prolonged set-up has been playing out since Pleasant Hill?

What did you think?






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