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CyberCoyote

In Reply To
Doc Shallot

Subj: Now there's a line [poorly spelled adult language inside]
Posted: Wed Jun 11, 2008 at 09:09:17 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: This is from Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Wed Jun 11, 2008 at 03:41:51 pm EDT

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> > I would love if the Beast on the ship turned out to be real. This would rid us of Cat-Lion-Beast and bring back happy-go-lucky Beast who could maybe rejoin the Avengers.
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> One of the five vignettes in "SI: Who Do You Trust" is where the "ship" Beast and the "Mighty Avenger" Wonder Man fall down a crevice in the middle of the Savage Land fight from SI #2-3, and have a conversation while battling a common foe. The Beast makes an excellent point to Wondy, once he finds out Simon is estranged from the "best bud" Beast who is on Earth with the X-Men i.e. would the REAL Beast ever allow such a "breakup" to happen?
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> By the end, it is clear that if the "ship" Beast is a Skrull, he doesn't realize it.

I flipped through the issue and noticed that. While I would love for this to be the real Beast(don't care for Cat-beast), I simply think Marvel has done too much with the character for him to revert back to his late 70's, early 80's persona. I think that the skrull-beast simply could be messing with Wondy, who, in my opinion, is a prime skrull suspect himself.

Skrull them all and let Bendis sort it out.
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> Skrull them all and let Bendis sort it out.


Do you think that any long standing characters who'll be massively retconned by all this will from now on be referred to as having been 'skRull fRucked'

==Man, I was really digging Luke Cage, but he was one of the heroes that got Skrull fRucked in SI, so it turns out the guy with the Enter the Dragon Fro is the real deal..==









CyberCoyote-=^..^=-



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