Captain Marvel, although Black Panther would be a close second. Both have the potential to succeed in stand alone movies but, perhaps more importantly, their inclusion would be add a great deal to the MCU as a whole. Danvers in particular has always seemed like a logical and interesting addition to the roster of the movie Avengers.
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There's two page spread in issue 19 that I thought was a pretty clear visual representation of that thing emerging from the deepest regions of Otto's mind. I was surprised that it was never referenced, but I guess that issue 25 will be when that happens?
I absolutely love Superior Spider-Man and hope to God that it doesn't end. I totally get why people don't like it and desperately want Peter back, but I personally think that it's a fantastic take on the character.
While not explicit those panels did seem like the strongest indication of the series so far that Peter's true consciousness is still lurking deep down in Superior's mind, despite Otto's best efforts to snuff it out. A shadowy figure raising up from the rubble as Superior desperately runs through Parker's memories as he tries to solve a life-or-death scenario? Seems pretty clear to me. That more than anything else makes me think that Peter will somehow get his body back rather than it finding a new home. How that will come about, and whether it will mark the end of the road for Ock, is up for debate but at least we won't have to wait that long to find out. I'm more than a little curious to see how this generally excellent series will end (if indeed it is ending. Who can say?).
As much as I've enjoyed Superior (and as improbable as that now seems considering my hesitation when the series was first announced) it will be nice to see the real Peter again. It could be interesting to see how he starts to pick up his life again after Ock has so systematically gone about changing his fortunes. Although, considering how well things have been going for Otto's, at least by Parker's old standards, some of that drama may be reduced. Still, things could (and probably will) change in the next few issues and I for one am looking forward to seeing how.