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The Silver Surfer

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Dark Marvel

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Subj: The West Coast?
Posted: Wed Oct 13, 2021 at 06:22:36 am EDT (Viewed 122 times)
Reply Subj: Can’t Marvel have a permanent major team or hero stationed on the west coast?
Posted: Tue Oct 12, 2021 at 02:32:06 am EDT (Viewed 94 times)

How about ANY other part of the country, for more than a little while.

There is a whole lot of country, and quite frankly, people have been moving out of New York recently. It is not going to be a Ghost time anytime soon... but you could use it to propel new eras, new stories, new status quo, all with new villains.

I know it was fun having them all bump into each other for a while, but it has gotten ridiculous now.

How have no villains noticed they only have to destroy ONE metropolitan area, and the vast majority of the super hero challenge is gone?

Move Thor to Minnesota, with all the Scandinavian Americans there, it could create some interesting stories. Mix in some folk lore.

Peter Parker has always broke, why has he and MJ not picked a cheaper city?

Iron Man was moved to Silicon Valley in the 80s, makes sense for him to be there. He would be worshiped there, and Stark would LOVE that.

Avengers in Chicago?

Daredevil in ANY less gentrified city?

Captain America in Washington D.C.? Philadelphia?

Carol Danvers in Texas? You know...near Houston. And Space flight.

Ghost Rider in New Orleans? That seems natural.

Wolverine leaving the X-Men and hanging out in New Mexico, Arizona, and the like seem cool.

U.S. Agent in Portland? That would be a hilarious book

Moon Knight in Miami?

This could be a simple way to have long established characters get new stories pretty easily. Different parts of the country have different flavors.

Let the kids have New York. The other heroes can carve out new adventures in other cities, and not have everyone either asking why the Avengers don't show up...or reading an Avengers story in Spider-Man.

I like New York. I lived there for a little while. A lot of great people. But, can we start doing stuff in other cities and states too?

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