It was probably intentionally agreeable with the whimsical uncertainty of the reply. The one thing about the chronologically distressing inclusion of Agatha in this story and that one is that MAYBE it will double our chances of FINALLY learning the true canonical details about her so-called-reported "death
". She was Bullpen Shunned for TOO LONG before New Avengers #26 (by Bendis and Alex Maleev)!
Another excellent installment of this new title! Artstyling and scripting! The respectful inclusion -and well played guest appearance- of spot-on, techguru Tony Stark was just pure bonus. As disturbing as use of, what surely/surprisingly must have been, black-magic was - this parallel "history" of Ms. Harkness was fascinating. Marvel changes things all the time whenever it suits them but debatably this one should be the real one, irregardless of the one in Scarlet Witch, because she is identified by the narrator as such whereas only Wanda identifies her "ghost", eh?
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I was under the impression that the Agatha scenes were flashbacks because of the way they were colored. It was nice to see Ebony again!