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The Black Guardian

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emerick man 

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Subj: Re: Better than BND...
Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 at 08:47:51 am EST (Viewed 277 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Better than BND...
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 10:24:57 am EST (Viewed 281 times)

Aww... that's kind of the last time X-Men were truly brilliant to me. Anyway...


      I'm not sure whether to be impressed with the scalpel use of inserting her into continuity or just infuriated by it.

    Well, it can't be that bad... presuming it won't stick like Sentry's retconning did. Or the BND deal that merely changed that one instance of canon.

Well, at least a character didn't have to become a creep for this to work.


      Proxima just died in the Unworthy Thor mini.
      Corvus just died in Thanos.
      Supergiant seemed to die during Infinity, but apparently, she's some kind of spirit or something.
      Black Dwarf was killed by Ronan during Infinity.

    Ahh. Recalled at least one of those. Thanks. This demands more Lucy Splainin' ASAP in the story too - unless it's just part of the Voyager Rewrite.

As far as we know, Avengers #71-676 happened as we know them.


      I could see being technologically blind on a global scale, but surely NYC's own cameras plus any special Avengers cameras/detection tech would see this coming.

    Or even people on the street shouting. Hellooo, Synapse? And the satellite bouncing problem better not be soley an energy issue 'cuz they got Lightning and Mjolnir right in the room.

The world was already in such chaos at this point, I'm not sure she would notice, or maybe she had to block out all of the fuss.

Would Marvel NYers even bat an eye to another supervillain? ;\)

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