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BlakGard

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GammaSpidey

Subj: Re: not really.... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 at 07:39:51 pm EDT
Reply Subj: not really.... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 at 02:39:06 pm EDT

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If you look at the context in which he said it, it was just him rambling and throwing out ridiculous circumstances....

Here's the rest of that line:

"Unless he dies at the hand of Hydra leader Nick Fury at the end of #31, or Ultron might make him into a Japanese school girl, or really he's the Beyonder, or... wait, maybe Clint could be Master Chief.

I'm writing too many books. "



> Nick Fury is the leader of Hydra- Bendis said it in the new Joe Fridays
>
> Would this shock the Marvel U??
> Would this change the landscape of the Marvel U?
> His he the one who betrays the team?
>
> The way Bendis is writing this book I would have to say a big YES to all those questions.
>
> JC

> If you look at the context in which he said it, it was just him
> rambling and throwing out ridiculous circumstances....
>
> Here's the rest of that line:
>
> "Unless he dies at the hand of Hydra leader Nick Fury at the end of
> #31, or Ultron might make him into a Japanese school girl, or really
> he's the Beyonder, or... wait, maybe Clint could be Master Chief.
>
> I'm writing too many books. "

The thing is, in that sentence, he's poking fun of other things that he's writing (hence the "I'm writing too many books"): "Ultron making him into a Japanese school girl" pokes fun at Ultron in Mighty Avengers; "he's really the Beyonder" pokes fun at his making Beyonder a "mutant Inhuman" in Illuminati. So wouldn't it stand to reason the "Hydra leader Nick Fury" is another poke/advertisement to something he's writing?
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