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Predabot1

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emerick man 
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Subj: Gilgamesh didn't "die".
Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 at 12:32:27 pm CDT (Viewed 39 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Dead don't mean dead...
Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 at 11:39:24 am CDT (Viewed 428 times)

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    Marrina is very much NOT alive. Namor was forced to kill her after she was transformed into a monster form.


Sad sad sad. http://www.comicboards.com/php/show.php?msg=xmb-2009092520165546&search=marrina&layout=thread


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    Quasar is "alive" and well over in Thanos Imperative. For a while there he was flying around in an energy form, now he appears to be fleshy again, I don't know the details.


Fleshy is news to me. Have to pick up all of T.I. still.


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    Jack-of-hearts is next up to be revived.


Guess, rumor, or interview?


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    Janet's fate was covered in Mighty Avengers. She's not classically dead.


Yup, Underspace. Image and video hosting by TinyPic


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    Ant Man will most likely be revived in the Children's Crusade.


Really?! (Guess maybe dead dont mean dead if it will help redeem Wanda.)


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    Thunderstrike, or at least his son, has a comic starting soon.


Oooooh. That answers my I Am An Avenger #1 cover knock.

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    Gilgamesh and Moria should have been brought back. We'll just have to keep wishing and hoping I guess.






I miss Dan.

He's an Eternal. As most probably know, they don't die that easily. And Neil Gaimann recently revealed in his mini, that they have a Celestial-created machine, connected to the Earth, that can "respawn" them, if there is actually some force that could dissipate their psi-cosmically controlled atoms.

I have to admit, that I haven't read Simonsons Avengers, but reading up online about it, that he was brought low in one of his stories, by a giant version of a Lava-man(?!) seems rather stupid.

Many other instances has showed that nothing short of total molecular dissipation can kill them. So Gilgamesh nearly dying from a few burn-wounds, doesn't quite float my boat.

Hmm.. I just started reading more online, and apparently that WASN'T what killed him... He, surprise, surprise, "died" in the Crossing. Trough some sort of... chronal energy-infection?? Apparently Immortus/Kang was involved.


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