Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: Avengers #683: Could this game BE any less fun?
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 at 04:49:30 pm EST (Viewed 259 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Avengers #683: Could this game BE any less fun?
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 at 03:50:11 pm EST (Viewed 295 times)

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    Honestly, I thought this was a better issue than the previous two.

Possibly true though not saying much. Wow, this thing is embarrassingly bad. However, it prompted me to buy Occupy Avengers which you didn't like but which I totally enjoyed for the first seven issues.

    Little minor things I didn't like, but okay. OMG! Jarvis has a superpower! His brain can make literal images of past events! I did not like Beast being able to see his memories. Preposterous!

I agree 1000%. Utterly preposterous. The brain does not make holograms.


      • There is no extra revelation beyond Jarvis' previous exclamation that Voyager is a lie. And for no good reason Beast and Nadia listen/believe him all of a sudden.

    Well, Beast believes, because Beast just got back from seeing it all on JMAX (JarviScope?). Nadia still doesn't fully believe, because it's all "so vivid."

And so the preposterous event becomes the reason Hank believes Jarvis.

Incidentally, Nadia was in the brain too. Did she see the JMAX presentation? Apparently not. But she was in a rush, right? Wasn't Hank in a rush? He somehow not only saw the movie but paid enough attention to verify Voyager's absence.

why would Jarvis have memories of events when he wasn't there?


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