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Grey Gargoyle

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Nose Norton

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Subj: Re: Who are your favorite Bronze Age villains ? :-)
Posted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 at 07:38:44 am EST (Viewed 57 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Who are your favorite Bronze Age villains ? :-)
Posted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 at 08:08:32 pm EST (Viewed 81 times)



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    Carrion’s story was my 2nd Spider-Man mystery after the Wraith but the Carrion story carried more weight.


Carrion was an excellent villain. It is too bad that he is so connected to the Jackal. I think that he would work better as an autonomous villain than as a spin-off of the Bronze Age Clone story.


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    Evil Reed/the Brute was a real interesting villain.


Currently, I imagine a story which involves a Counter-Earth located in the Darkforce Dimension (Shadow-Earth ?) where some of the forgotten Bronze Age villains would have hidden all these years. \:\-\)

For example, one of the inhabitants would be Stryke.
http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix4/strykeaim.htm

I am just thinking that the Brute & the Necromancer could appear on this planet (if they are still alive).

My Forgotten Four (my message below : Andro, Berserker, Vera Gemini, Pieter Phobos) would have discovered (or built ?) this planet and turned it into an haven for supervillains.

Linking these four characters to the Darkforce Dimension would be easy : Andro is a dimensional traveler. Berserker is in another dimension (the Shadow Realm). Vera Gemini was sent by Hellcat through the Shadow Cloak to another dimension. Professor Phobos was able to siphon psionic energy from Darkstar (so, maybe, he knows a thing or two about extradimensional energies such as the Darkforce).



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