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Abe




Would Deathlok 1 be an effective leader for The Avengers?
I'm bored at work, and doing a write-up for whom I want to see on the team, & Deathlok popped up in my head as a character who seems to be a natural leader.
But, as always, what do you think?
Abe.




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Madison Carter




> Would Deathlok 1 be an effective leader for The Avengers?
> I'm bored at work, and doing a write-up for whom I want to see on the team, & Deathlok popped up in my head as a character who seems to be a natural leader.
> But, as always, what do you think?
> Abe.
>
>

When you say "Deathlok 1" do you mean the somewhat psychotic one from the future that used to show up in the 70s and early 80s?

Madison Carter


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Abe




> > Would Deathlok 1 be an effective leader for The Avengers?
> > I'm bored at work, and doing a write-up for whom I want to see on the team, & Deathlok popped up in my head as a character who seems to be a natural leader.
> > But, as always, what do you think?
> > Abe.
> >
> >
>
> When you say "Deathlok 1" do you mean the somewhat psychotic one from the future that used to show up in the 70s and early 80s?
>
> Madison Carter

Um, yes.
I chose him because of his patriotice design. I had no idea about his psychotic behaviour. In that case, I'm opting for the Michael Collins Deathlok. \:\)
Whew.


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Madison Carter




> > > Would Deathlok 1 be an effective leader for The Avengers?
> > > I'm bored at work, and doing a write-up for whom I want to see on the team, & Deathlok popped up in my head as a character who seems to be a natural leader.
> > > But, as always, what do you think?
> > > Abe.
> > >
> > >
> >
> > When you say "Deathlok 1" do you mean the somewhat psychotic one from the future that used to show up in the 70s and early 80s?
> >
> > Madison Carter
>
> Um, yes.
> I chose him because of his patriotice design. I had no idea about his psychotic behaviour. In that case, I'm opting for the Michael Collins Deathlok. \:\)
> Whew.

Hard to say, really. On one hand, his recent BEYOND appearances certainly showed him as holding his own as far as keeping a group together and making tactical decisions. On the other hand, when you get down to it, he's basically stuck in a large cyborg zombie's body. That would be a hard sell to the general public, or even some team members.

Madison Carter



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