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Subj: Re: Can anyone explain what is going through Cap's head?
Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2012 at 01:02:30 am EDT (Viewed 36 times)
Reply Subj: Can anyone explain what is going through Cap's head?
Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2012 at 08:54:25 pm EDT (Viewed 51 times)


      PF-Cyke can tear thru dimensions all along. Hope was never safe in hiding. Cap made another great call. *SIGH*

    Actually thought hiding was a good idea, my problem is the other stuff he's been doing.

    Why has Cap been sending random teams of Avengers out to fight the X-men these last few issues? I get they needed info on Wanda's connection, but she was injured in the Wakanda fight. Why let Avengers get injured in random fights for nothing. Was it worthy losing the Thing to let him search NY, or Thor while they were looking around Egypt?

I think he's sending them out to find out where the capture members are.

    Wouldn't it be smarter to hide in Kun lun and let everyone recover while Hope trains and Tony comes up with a plan that won't make things worse. At least until they got a hint where the others were being kept prisoner?

Doesn't really make any sense to me either as you say, he's losing more members. None of this is really explained though and makes me feel like we're missing part of the story. It also makes Cap look completely incompetent.

    And it still looks like I'm the only one who's willing to suggest that the Avengers are letting Hope train so she can take on and control the Phoenix Force, which is the exact same thing Cyclops wanted to do in issue 1. (and the reason the war between the teams started in the first place)

That's exactly what they are doing. The Avenger were never against it though. Cap was more than willing to play ball but Cyclops threw it back in his face.

Also, I wish they showed what happened to Namor. He just vanished.

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