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Subj: Re: Which X-Men would make cool Avengers?
Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 at 08:51:01 pm EDT (Viewed 91 times)
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Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 at 02:44:54 pm EDT (Viewed 113 times)

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I think most of us think the Beast was better as an Avenger, and some of us are fans of Rogue as an Avenger, and even Sunspot and Cannonball. I think most of us wish Wolverine never answered the call to assemble. Are there any X-Men you would enjoy seeing on Marvel's A-Team? For purposes of this thread, we'll count New Mutants, Generation X, X-Force, and X-Factor as X-Men.

By far my top choice (after the Beast) would be Polaris. Her power would meld great and she'd be a terrific asset on any team of Avengers.

What's your answer?





Never felt Rogue was a value added asset to the Avengers. Xman through and through

IMO it is time for Beast to return. He has burned bridges with the Xmen and needs a fresh start.

Hank should bring his pal Dazzler with him. She was never really All In for the mutant segregationist lifestyle the Xmen live...she always looked for distractions from them (like joining a cilvi war in another dimension for example). Dazzler would make a great addition to the Avengers.

I had high hopes for Havok when he first joined the (stupid) Unity Squad. That was tanked when Wasp went all cougar on him and instead of a fun sexy fling Remender went and made them husband and wife with a daughter. Ugh.

I think Multiple Man would be an interesting candidate.

The Avengers are short on telepaths...maybe a combat telekinetic/telepath like Shola Inkosi

I've ALWAYS thought Iceman should have joined after the Champions disbanded,







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