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I am new to the msg boards and dont know if this has been covered yet? What about the relationship between these two? It was implied that it was more than brother and sister. I did think that was the best I have seen both of them drawn. Just was surprised by the adult implications I guess.


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Hovman




> I am new to the msg boards and dont know if this has been covered yet? What about the relationship between these two? It was implied that it was more than brother and sister. I did think that was the best I have seen both of them drawn. Just was surprised by the adult implications I guess.



I forgot to say this was from the latest issues of Ultimates. Sorry!


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Blargh




The big difference was it was only implied in the first two volumes (though I've heard Millar confirmed it in interviews, I wasn't reading interviews at the time). In Loeb comics, it just smacks you in the face. And Wasp defends it as something modern and new-agey and Cap and his disgust over it is just him being a grampa.

> I am new to the msg boards and dont know if this has been covered yet? What about the relationship between these two? It was implied that it was more than brother and sister. I did think that was the best I have seen both of them drawn. Just was surprised by the adult implications I guess.


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Pablo D.




> The big difference was it was only implied in the first two volumes (though I've heard Millar confirmed it in interviews, I wasn't reading interviews at the time). In Loeb comics, it just smacks you in the face. And Wasp defends it as something modern and new-agey and Cap and his disgust over it is just him being a grampa.

I liked how Wasp made it sound like brother and sister screwing around is an everyday, normal occurrence in modern times.


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Sick Nick




> > The big difference was it was only implied in the first two volumes (though I've heard Millar confirmed it in interviews, I wasn't reading interviews at the time). In Loeb comics, it just smacks you in the face. And Wasp defends it as something modern and new-agey and Cap and his disgust over it is just him being a grampa.
>
> I liked how Wasp made it sound like brother and sister screwing around is an everyday, normal occurrence in modern times.

Are you serious? You really liked the fact that the Wasp tried to pass it off, like it was a normal thing?

Oh well, to each his own,I suppose.


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Century: Your Alien Hero




> > > The big difference was it was only implied in the first two volumes (though I've heard Millar confirmed it in interviews, I wasn't reading interviews at the time). In Loeb comics, it just smacks you in the face. And Wasp defends it as something modern and new-agey and Cap and his disgust over it is just him being a grampa.
> >
> > I liked how Wasp made it sound like brother and sister screwing around is an everyday, normal occurrence in modern times.

Wait, you mean it's not? And I've spent all this time judging humans on the basis that it IS a normal, everyday occurance?

> Are you serious? You really liked the fact that the Wasp tried to pass it off, like it was a normal thing?

Clearly Ultimate Wasp is actually an inbred Hillbilly, and grew up around this kind of thing.

> Oh well, to each his own,I suppose.

When you say "liked", it works as just one of the ways Ultimates 3 is so retardedly bad on every single level, it goes out the other side and becomes ridiculously awesome. Can you seriously name any other comic that goes out of it's way to give us T&A shots of corpses? Any other comic in which Sabretooth yells "Suck it!" at Captain America? Any other comic in which Hawkeye threatens to kill Wasp for using his real name? Any other comic in which one of Our Heroes buys a porn-DVD of her team-mate, and the whole team sits around watching it, while the 'star' is in the room, drinking himself to death? Any other comic in which Venom and the Black Panther just...show up for Fighty Time, with no explanation? Any other comic in which the Brotherhood show up for a fight, and the Blob raids the fridge?


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Pablo D.




> Are you serious? You really liked the fact that the Wasp tried to pass it off, like it was a normal thing?
>
> Oh well, to each his own,I suppose.

I mean in the sense that it was incredibly stupid, dude. It was magnificent in its silliness and absurdity.


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