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sinestro24

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spiderprince

Subj: Re: Civil War - Who helped Norman Osborn? Iron Man really?
Posted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 at 03:06:33 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Civil War - Who helped Norman Osborn? Iron Man really?
Posted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 at 09:28:37 pm EDT

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> Tony has done some questionable things, but that's too much. When/Where was it revealed to be Tony?
>
> Thanks!!

Last issue of CW: Frontline when Sally Floyd confronted him. She made him seem like a hero (and I believe Jenkins intended for this to seem "heroic") but it came across as waaay too much. Tony jeapordizing not only the life of a foreign official, but almost starting a war against Atlantis? Thats over the line

> > Tony has done some questionable things, but that's too much. When/Where was it revealed to be Tony?
> >
> > Thanks!!
>
> Last issue of CW: Frontline when Sally Floyd confronted him. She made him seem like a hero (and I believe Jenkins intended for this to seem "heroic") but it came across as waaay too much. Tony jeapordizing not only the life of a foreign official, but almost starting a war against Atlantis? Thats over the line

I agree, I enjoyed Frontline up to that issue. Did not understand how Sally flipped flopped on her stance on Civil War here and why her and Ben would pass on on such a Huge story. It kills me how Millar and others at Marvel kept saying Iron Man was the Hero of Civil War when the things Stark did in Front Line, War Crimes, Civil War itself as well as some of the other cross over titles when he so many acts of Terrorism, violations of peoples Civil rights, and acting like a all out jack@$$.

I hope he has been a skrull for a while maybe I could see him as a likeable hero again.


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