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Subj: Re: All New X-Factor #6: Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs
Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 at 02:50:16 pm EDT (Viewed 86 times)
Reply Subj: Re: All New X-Factor #6: Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs
Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 at 12:28:57 pm EDT (Viewed 10 times)



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      Let's see... super-universal threat, Magus, capable of eating stars for breakfast and populating the planet with Phalanx and worse creates a tech startup in Texas, and NO ONE has much of a problem with that?!?!

      Hullo? SWORD?! Avengers AI?! Adam Brashear? SHIELD? X-FACTOR?!?! Anyone with an actual brain gonna try to fix this "worse than Secret Invasion" situation?

    Let's also remember that no one was really knocking on the X-men's door when Warlock originally appeared, plus the Magus also went unnoticed when it first appeared to kill Warlock.

Warlock was never the threat that Magus is. He was a puny thing beyond their notice. Magus was/is not.


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    And it can't be "worse than Secret Invasion" if the goal is not planetary takeover and one good nuke can remove the problem.

Skrulls were willing to let humans be humans. Not so with Technarchs, who need to eat humans and others to survive and other horrible things. Warlock was the lone one able to resist this nature.


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      I find it hard to imagine Magus acting like this, even if his world is now lifeless.

    Bigger surprise is that Magus went from a one dimensional character to a two dimensional character.

Frankly, I really don't consider that more dimensional. It's really kind of a directionless, nothing purpose/plot.




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