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Braugi

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Bk Ray

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Subj: did you read the Wolverine Joe Fixit crossovers back in the first PAD run
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 at 06:55:50 pm EDT (Viewed 87 times)
Reply Subj: Re: thats a good team...
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 at 06:22:17 pm EDT (Viewed 71 times)

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    At least with Hawkeye you've got a movie connection...I'd be concerned about attracting readers without some tie in to either the current movies or a character they're seeing regularly, at least someone to bring more eyes to the other characters, but I think Cho shows up in other books and with Hawkeye in the movies it would cover that...



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    and I'd enjoy reading the team interaction...I like Cho and Herc together, and with Herc and Quasar, you've got enough power without being too deep in that department (if you had Thor, Quasar, Hulk, Hercules, and the Silver Surfer on the same team, every week you have to be fighting a universal threat)...


Yeah, you don't want Galactus and Thanos turning up every other week.

In theory, the team should be able to fend off Ultron and Kang with effort and still find the Masters of Evil a challenge.


or the fight between Hawkeye and USAgent towards the end of WCA?

I think building on that could make the second lineup I provided very interesting. I think the character interactions could be great, and could provide a ton of interesting subplots. Its powerful enough, but the heavy hitters are the weakest Hulk (but he's still the Hulk) and Monica...no real tech guy, but Starfox can serve in a pinch, and if they REALLY need it, convince Fixit to let Banner make an appearance...good luck with that...

Wolverine
Joe Fixit Hulk
USAgent
Hawkeye
Starfox
Monica Rambeau
Ms. Marvel (Kamala)


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