Quote:1 Readdress the fact that he is or is not actively still searching for Jan in Underspace, even if only behind the scenes.
2 Explain why he wouldn't recreate the Magic Doorway System, if not the Infinite Mansion itself.
I think this was somewhat addressed with the reasoning being that the system was unstable. While it's a neat idea, it has no place in the MU.
Quote:3 Invite Bill Foster's nephew, out of respect for Bill, to leave Damage Control and/or Revengers to join Avengers Academy and/or just be a protege.
The character has been annoying since his introduction. I don't really see a place for him at this point. AA already has a big enough cast that has underutilized charaters.
Quote:5 Reexamine Pym Particle Science and present the hazards of its usage/copying/stealing by any Tom, Dick or Harry - reasserting more Giant-Man uniqueness that Marvel will move towards.
Agreed, that there should be a limitation on the number of size changers.
Quote:9 Commit or do not commit to his on again off again with Tigra.
Do not commit. The relationship doesn't work.
Quote:6 Clean up more messes, contradictions, and false pretenses that Citri Nol caused.
Quote:7 Cure Firestar once and for all.
Quote:10 Clear up every lingering reader questions regarding the self-activated and returned Vision.
Quote:Yes, no, or what would you list?
These are together in the regard that Hank Pym should be the unofficial fixer of all things broken in the MU. He's one of the leaders in both genetics and technology, so it would make sense for him to try and solve problems in these areas. He also has a history with being "damanged" so he should actively seek every opportunity to both redeem himself by doing good and by helping others. When Captain America's super solider serum is acting up (in the recent Captain America arc) it should be Pym Cap goes to for help. When the X-Men are building a new school, Pym should be there to help. When the Avengers are making plans to defeat the Phoenix, Pym should be there. When the Vision gets damanged, Pym should be there. For all the intelligence that Pym has, we never see him solve any problems.
Ideally, I think I would like to see an Avengers book that worked in a similar way to the most recent New Mutants and X-Men Legacy titles. Pym should lead a title that's sole purpose to pick up on loose threads, character fixes, and help fill in other missing pieces. It could include a whole list of other "damaged" Avengers, such as the Scarlet Witch, the Vision, WonderMan, the Wasp, etc.