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Jase

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Psifaxx

Subj: Re: Scott Lang will be brought back and Bendis will be the one who does it. Mark my lies.
Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 at 10:41:39 am EDT (Viewed 81 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Scott Lang will be brought back and Bendis will be the one who does it. Mark my lies.
Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 at 03:04:48 am EDT (Viewed 102 times)



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        Nah just wait for it. Bendis will bring back Scott, especially as Stature's popularity grows. He wont be able to resist projecting a father/daughter interplay onto the comic page kinda like he did with Baby Cage's birth.
        Plus he claims to have liked Scott Lang which is why he enjoyed putting the character through the wringer. There's gotta be a payoff somewhere for Lang.
        Now Jack of Hearts...He may very well stay dead at least until either George Perez returns to Marvel or they find an artist who doesn't explode like a Spinal Tap drummer from drawing that costume.

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        When you put it like that, it does seem more possible that Lang could eventually return. I mean, Bendis even brought back Mockingbird, and that was one character I thought would never get resurrected.



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    My reaction to her death was the same as her resurrection. A shrug and a whatever. The only time i ever liked reading Mockingbird was The Lost in spacetime/phantom rider stuff in WCA. By the time Byrne took over, all interest in her faded away. To this day i cant recall if i have ever bothered to read the last dozen or so issues of AWC. I know i have never gotten around to reading issue 100.
    But I am enjoying the reunion mini currently going on, but thats on a whole different warped level of seeing Marvel do their version of Green Arrow/Black Canary.
    (And Bendis said he wasn't JLAizing the Avengers. Ha!)



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              Villains: the Nathaniel Garrett Black Knight, Baron Zemo I...

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              The Thing doppleganger from the classic FF #51 "This Man, This Monster!"

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                Cornelius Van Lunt, Jake Fury and the rest of the human Zodiac Cartel. (But they SHOULD come back. All 12 of 'em. This time with mystical powers. Not like they've never dealt with a demon from hell [see Aquarius] before, to facilitate their return from the grave. They could give the Hood a run for his money as the kingpin of crime then.)

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            I would love to see a demonically revived and re-imagined Zodiac Cartel.

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          Think of the crossover issues alone that would fall under the umbrella title.
          You got Van Lunt. With ties to Moon Knight, and a lot of grievances with the Avengers, Aquarius and Ghost Rider, Ares2, and the Falcon, Libra and Mantis (so even the GotG can be involved), Gemini has ties to Mockingbird, Kazar, Sagittarius, Daredevil, Scorpio and Nick Fury's Secret Warriors,
          Twood be a blast.

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        That could practically be a mini-event all by itself - The Rise of the Zodiac. Maybe they could even add a new member, Ophiuchus, the thirteenth zodiac constellation.



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    Wasn't that a DC comic a few years back?
    And is that 13th constellation thing for real?
    How does one pronounce that? I know you research mythologys so I'm taking your word for it. (Dude, dont make me look it up. And no, I can't wikipedia it cause I hate wikipedia. I once wikipedia'd 'wikipedia' and my laptop imploded into something that very much resembled a cosmic cube...minus all the cool powers and wishes...which might i add fell on my middle-finger-toe causing me to lose the nail. So now I'm just a no-toenail-wearing, jack-in-the-box-lookin'-laptop using, guy who hates wikipedia. sue me)


lol, yeah, it's real enough. Not sure of the pronunciation, but I know its translation has something to do with serpents. It's an actual constellation that the sun passes through just like the other zodiacal constellations, but I think since it only spends a couple of days in Ophiuchus, its not included in the zodiac. If it were, it would fall right in-between Scorpio and Sagittarius, I believe. I'd have to do some more reading on why it wasn't included in the traditional zodiac.