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Abe




With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
But, as always, what do you think?
Abe.





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CaptKlondike




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.

I don't mind Bendis on one of the teams (his Secret Defending Avengers) weher he can have all the Luke Cage/Iron Fist Spiderwoman stories he wants. I was REALLY hoping the second team would be geared towards the more traditional Avenging LIneup with a more traditional/Continuity minded Writer.

Kurt Busiek's had his turn.. Of the "gettable" types, Fabian Niciezna really did a great Old school comic in the Thunderbolts.. and Dan Slott seems to excel in good natured comaradarie in his characters (GLA, She Hulk, The Thing) that ANY Avengers lineup should revolve around (here's hoping for "The Initiative.."


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bigtimennotime




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
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I'd pick Robert Kirkman. There really doesn't seem to be a limit to the kind of books he can do. From Invincible to Walking Dead he can do it all. That's my vote.

-bigtime out.


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Goblin




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.

Brian K. Vaughan's written two team books I really enjoyed -- Runaways and Ultimate X-Men. I'd be interested in seeing what he could do with an adult cast in Avengers.

A Joss Whedon Avengers would be something special. I have the random desire to see Thor as part of that lineup.

I'm hoping Ed Brubaker gets a run on Avengers eventually.

At this point, I don't want to see Robert Kirkman or Dan Slott. Avengers is too high profile and I've yet to see them write anything up to those standards. Their best stuff so far has been written for smaller audiences. My opinion of Slott may change with his Initiative project, but Kirkman's work on Ultimate X-Men hasn't given me faith.


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Bobster




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
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>

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Binaryan




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.

I'd be thrilled with any of the following:

1) Peter David (His X-Factor rocks!)
2) Brian K. Vaughan (The man can do no wrong it seems!)
3) Chris Claremont (It'd be fun to see him try to fix Wanda and develop Ms. Marvel further!)
4) George Perez (He's a writer too y'know!)
5) Fabian Nicieza (A writer who can do team books and plan his plots in advance!)
6) Roger Stern (Just to see the triumphant return of Monica Rambeau!)

Ryan



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Squish!




> > With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> > Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> > I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> > If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> > But, as always, what do you think?
> > Abe.
>
> I'd be thrilled with any of the following:
>
> 1) Peter David (His X-Factor rocks!)
> 2) Brian K. Vaughan (The man can do no wrong it seems!)
> 3) Chris Claremont (It'd be fun to see him try to fix Wanda and develop Ms. Marvel further!)
> 4) George Perez (He's a writer too y'know!)
> 5) Fabian Nicieza (A writer who can do team books and plan his plots in advance!)
>
> Ryan
>


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boham




thanks,
boham


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boham




thanks,
boham


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ShdwGunslingerX




I would like to see either George Perez or John Byrne write the books


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pariscub




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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MysteryMan




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Joe Casey
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Spike




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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The Pumpkinhead




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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Challenger71




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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DH the lurker




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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Beasty Mark




If Slott would tone down the comedy by half, I could see him doing great work on Avengers.


> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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Roga_The_First




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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Chris Bechtloff




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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Smithville Thunderbolt




I think JMS did a great job with the team in ASM. Slott or Kirkman would be great as well.


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AssemblyRequired




> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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autochron




since Marvel has shot themselves in the foot for that one: Grant Morrison or bring back Kurt Busiek.

> With all this talk against Bendis writing the Avengers, whom would you like to see take up the job, telling the tales of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
> Personally, I didn't mind Bendis' early Marvel work, particularly his early DD run.
> I don't think it's a good idea to have him on both Avengers books though. It seems to me to be a bit of an overkill.
> If I had to choose a new writer for the title, I'd like to see John Francis Moore as writer.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>
>


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