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Subj: Re: Isn't having Ares on the team a recipe for disaster. Another bad choice by Shell-Head
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 06:24:30 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Isn't having Ares on the team a recipe for disaster. Another bad choice by Shell-Head?
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 03:46:07 pm EDT
> Consider unlike Thor who could check his ego at the door and work
> along side mortal superheroes for a greater good. I don't see that
> as plausible for Ares going by his recent mini as he refused to take
> order from his half-brother Herc.
> You have a very hot headed egostitical god who for thousands of
> years lead his armies into bloodly savage battles and usually see
> most mortals as insignificant outside a very small group of people.
> Also would he really seriously taking orders from a woman even one
> as powerful and skilled as Warbird. I just remember how felt about
> women in his mini as bringing only weakness to men.
> I'm sure other could bring up other points. Doesn't this seem like
> a bad idea?
Potentially, yes. My biggest problem is the fact that in recent history (meaning the past dozen or so years of Marvel time), Ares has been a yes-man to Pluto, and has made several attempts to kill Thor and Hercules (primarily) and the Avengers. Just what the freak was Carol thinking when she suggested him?
On the other hand, Ares has recently (since his miniseries) turned over a new leaf in an attempt to raise his son right.
Ego? Sure, but the Mighty Avengers seems replete with egos. Tony? Ego. Carol? Ego. Janet? Ego. Natasha? Ego. The only one that doesn't have an ego is Sentry, and that's because he's too caught up in his depression. Simon can certainly have an ego, though his is tame by comparison to the others. This (too many egos) could spell disaster, as well.
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