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Subj: Naw...c'mon. Be realistic
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 at 08:19:46 pm EDT
Reply Subj: The secret is out! spoilers to 31
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 at 01:55:17 pm EDT

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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.


Oh wait, we're discussing comics. Forget the realistic thing.
But as everyone said, Bendis threw it out as a joke. Bendis has been very good at keeping upcoming plotlines a secret, and I doubt he'd just throw out the major surprise that will begin a storyline that leads into next summer's big event. PLUS -

We all know that Fury left SHIELD because it was corrupt. He knew something big was up and he has chosen to operate from hiding. It's also clear that Tony is on to something fishy at SHIELD as well.
Fury as HYDRA leader? I'd rather see Marvel kill off Cap....er, uh, i'd rather see them make a bad guy out of Iron M....wait...oh you get the point.

Who really knows? I personally think that Skrulls have assumed high ranking postions in US government and also some established superheroes. It's been going on for a while, the Skrulls are pretty well dug in and it'll be up to Marvel's heroes to stop them next summer. I think one of the characters will turn back into a Skrull at the end of #31 (I made this guess in a thread below, I won't repeat everything I predicted, but I think it's something along those lines). It makes sense the more you think about it. Maybe Tony doesn't know who can be trusted, and that it's a very deep infiltration. He may be trying to root out the Skrulls or trying to determine their plans in the hopes of thwarting them. It could explain SOME of his recent behavior. Or maybe he's a Skrull himself.
(Oh, and the Annihilation wave destroyed much of the Skrulls and their bases of operations, but that doesn't mean they hadn't begun this strategem before that occured. If anything, the events of Annihilation probably steps up their efforts).

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