Thunderstrike: I really like him but he should stay gone. Give his kid a better costume and take it from there.
Dr Druid: Didn't really like him. Like son though. Make him fat again ad take it from there.
Swordsman: eh not a fan. Should stay gone.
Wasp: Yes bring her back.
Deathcry: I guess I would be ok with it but she should not be Earth based.
Captain Marvel: no he should stay dead. His death meant something.
I personally don't want anyone to be revived because it seems to happen so often, but if one must be brought to life, I would prefer for it to be
She shouldn't have died. It's like they were exchanging the daughter for the dad.
As of today
@Redberry: Yeah but thats not really canon.
The Marvel Zombies minis have been set in 616 since Marvel Zombies 3. They spun out of The Initiative and have been canon ever since. Marvel Zombies 5 was even part of The Heroic Age.
Grasshopper he would be amaze that he was revived. He was in great lakes avengers but hope it counts. He would ask how did Mockingbird live since he was playing cards with her in the afterlife. He can be combination of Deadman from DC and Kenny from South Park
Thunderstrike- I'm surprised that he's been dead as long as he has, but would be interesting to see him get resurrected. Given his connection to Thor, it shouldn't be that hard to find a way to resurrect him without invalidating his original death.
Dr Druid- Now that Dr. Druid's son has become a far more interesting and engaging character, as seen in Secret Warriors, I have no interest in seeing a resurrected Dr. Druid.
Swordsman- He's best left dead, as his only real connection was to Mantis, who's not anywhere to be found in current continuity.
Wasp- I actually think her being dead has been a good thing for Hank Pym in the long-run, and although I'm normally opposed to female characters being dispatched to bring about growth in male characters, she wasn't actually killed off for that purpose, although in the end that's just what's happened, to the benefit of Hank's characterization.
Deathcry- No one's missing her, for good reason.
Captain Marvel- If we're talking Mar-Vell, he's best left dead, mainly because I'm tired of Marvel pretending to bring him back, and then it either being a Skrull or just a corpse being re-animated by the Phoenix Force.
Yellowjacket- Killed off in The Crossing, one of the worst Avengers stories of the nineties, no one cares about Yellowjacket. Leave her dead, because to properly explain her resurrection would mean referencing a storyline best left forgotten, or at least not mentioned.
Wasp just so Pym can stop trying to turn the robots into her... Ares one of my favorites! Sentry, idk if he's unpopular he was awesome. Thunderstrike, I was a huge fan probably liked him more than the real Thor but he's not needed and the fact that he was just a weaker version of Thor wouldn't sit well with this generation of fans. I read the first issue of his son and that's a pretty good way to bring him back without literally bringing him back.
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