Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Spiffy

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Surt

Subj: Re: Tony is not connected to the Thunderbolts.
Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2007 at 06:35:43 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Tony is not connected to the Thunderbolts. Was cleared up in a Nova issue, IIRC [nt]
Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2007 at 11:02:55 am EDT

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> > > I suspect the damage done to Tony by crappy writers trying to Hype Marvel sales is going to stay with him for years.
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> > I disagree. I've never before found Iron Man this interesting, and push come to shove, I think he's behaved bravely and nobly throughout Civil War.
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> > -Comp
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> I'm reasonably pro-registration, and often defend Iron Man, but I think saying he behaved nobly throughout Civil War is going a bit far. He recruited super-villains to win the war, and that was a step too far. Captain America tolerated the Punisher, but he is nowhere near as bad as bullseye, venom and the Green Goblin.
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> In the end, Iron Man was right, but the means he used were wrong at times. I suppose it boils down to the classic question of whether the end justifies those means?
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> AJ
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No, but if you think about it, he's seriously backstabbed a loyal ally--Songbird--who he allowed to be placed under Norman Osborne's complete and total power without any recourse. I mean the scenario is basically that she's as good as dead, since Norman can arrange any of a number of battle accidents whenever he feels like it. And even if Tony didn't place Norman in charge of the T-Bolts, he DID originally draw him into government service with his earlier wacky plans--so he SHOULD feel responsible for the excesses committed by him.


> > > > I suspect the damage done to Tony by crappy writers trying to Hype Marvel sales is going to stay with him for years.
> > >
> > > I disagree. I've never before found Iron Man this interesting, and push come to shove, I think he's behaved bravely and nobly throughout Civil War.
> > >
> > > -Comp
> >
> > I'm reasonably pro-registration, and often defend Iron Man, but I think saying he behaved nobly throughout Civil War is going a bit far. He recruited super-villains to win the war, and that was a step too far. Captain America tolerated the Punisher, but he is nowhere near as bad as bullseye, venom and the Green Goblin.
> >
> > In the end, Iron Man was right, but the means he used were wrong at times. I suppose it boils down to the classic question of whether the end justifies those means?
> >
> > AJ
> >
> > Proud Mod of the Sentry Message Board! Please come and check us out at: http://members4.boardhost.com/SiParadise/


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