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The Black Guardian

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Subj: Re: Uncanny Avengers #27: Solid but not heavy...
Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 at 01:52:56 pm EDT (Viewed 218 times)
Reply Subj: Uncanny Avengers #27: Solid but not heavy...
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 at 11:10:16 am EDT (Viewed 304 times)

    Uncanny Avengers 027

    > It's hard to take a stand when the world keeps spinning...
    ···That online solicit is clever! The cover is fun!

    More passing thoughts...


    ···Doc's saves Wanda from death with accepatable magicks. Later, a grateful Wanda promises to "pay him back" - in what might turn into "a moment"?

Nice. But too bad Wanda couldn't save herself rather than be a damsel.


    ···Synapse, Wanda, and of course Rogue get in good shots. The others were distractions if nothing else. Score one for combined teamwork.



    ···The big scene was Rogue's tactic to incapacitate Graviton... EWW!!!! Is he THAT charismatic she thinks kissing him more charming than slapping his face? Maybe her lips are the most sensitive for her siphon powers? Her masterful judgement in exactly how much and how long to absorb him "TIL HE GOT LOCKED AWAY" may've read a little convenient. And her ability to overcome the Agent of Chaos mindframe a little simplified to make this a done-in-one.

Kissing is pretty much Rogue's favourite attack method, has been for a loooooong time. Back in the day, there used to be a Rogue fan site that maintained a "Kissy-Kissy List" because of her fetish.


    ···Score one for Synapse with helping Rogue cope with he power up. NuHumans and Inhumans got a good representative in her.

Part I like the best is that she doesn't care too much for Inhumans.

I wonder if it's going to segue into the new Two-In-One (Johnny&Ben) series.

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