| > > That skrull who took over Hydra, used it's resources to throw a few fights/confrontations against Captain America. "Cap-mania" grew to insane levels (this is during "Heroes Return", so the Avengers, et. al have just "returned from the dead"), and then impersonated Cap. |
> > As Cap, the skrull got on nationwide t.v. and revealed his two compatriots as skrulls, announcing that 1 in 20 people in America was a skrull. Americans everywhere should help Cap by beating up everyone who acts suspicious or different because they must be a skrull.
> > It worked, for the most part. If skrull-Cap hadn't gotten cocky at the end and made it personal against Cap, it would have caused a lot more damage than it already did.
> Though it was undermined a bit by the revelation in Avengers v.3 #7 that the Supreme Intelligence of the Kree mentally manipulated the "Sensational HYDRA" Skrull the whole time.
I had forgotten about that. What was the deal, Supreme Intelligence was working to increase a sense of xenophobia on Earth to stack the deck against his Lunatic Legion, right?
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> > > Which plot by a marvel villain do you think was the "best"? im not sure how to define "best" in this instance. i guess it could be the cleverest or most original. or the one that made you say "thats a good idea, it could work" and maybe even should have.
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> > > to throw in my idea, i think helmut zemos master of evil seige on avengers mansion was pretty brilliant (in an evil way of course).
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> > > any other plots (big or small) that made you go "wow, thats good (in an evil way)"?