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#1 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

You missed Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #8.

#2 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

@soa said:

when the GotG can defeat advanced civilizations,

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powerful abstract beings,

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stop aliens from invading the earth,

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defeat near invincible warriors,

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and Satan himself

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without using any weapons or superpower

You mean like a time machine, sonic screwdriver, the ability to regenerate from a near fatal-injury?

The playing ground's not that far off.

#3 Posted by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

@lukehero said:

@doctor_alchemist: Nope...how the hell will they catch a Space Ship that can teleport through space? Even if he doesn't time travel...they have no way of catching him...You would have to give them someone with Cosmic Awareness to track down the Doctor.

Their base, Knowhere, has a teleporter that can go anywhere in the universe. Not that it'd be much use in tracking him, but if they knew where he was going without time travel, they could keep up.

#4 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

No.....because people being intolerant to someone else skin color, religous beliefs or gender doesn't happen anywhere else in the world, right?? Nope, just the US

Bottom line is, just because a few people are stupid on Twitter doesn't speak for an entire nation.

He's got a point.

The school system's been shot in the face several times, and its family is begging to let it off life support, but that's just a coincidence.

#5 Posted by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanos is easily more manipulative. Not to mention he's at least a few decades older than Reed, grew up on a much more advanced planet, and has some of the most hands-on experience with cosmic stuff of anyone in 616.

But Reed is more curious, always learning new things. Thanos is generally content with using what he already knows, only learning new things to suit a specific goal. He's incredibly smart, but doesn't always tap into his full potential.

#6 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio


As though smoldering testosterone t'was poured forth from the loins of a Norseman, unto a mold cast from the rock of a god's dying chord, feast thine virgin eyes upon the most masculine thing mankind hath ever wrought.

#7 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

Write what you know, and stay far, far away from this site.

Best advice you'll ever get.

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#9 Posted by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH that does my heart good.

#10 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous said:

pretty cool that a UK publisher got the deal.

"Good, good! One by one now, repossess our assets from the colonies!"