I'm going have to go with Susan Richards from the Fantastic Four.
MadRooster81's forum posts
I did in the days before Comixology and tablets, as there never was a comic store near me. Now there is no reason not to just buy them. If you stay on top if it, most things will eventually become .99 cents digitally.
This also would make the ending to Superior Spider-Man make more sense. I like this theory. Whatever happens, this is going to make for a good story.
This is a tough question. I'm going have to go with Norman Osborn for this. First and foremost, he killed Gwen. If killing the "love of your life" doesn't make you Spidey enemy # 1 then I don't know what does. Also Norman Osborn is similar in some ways to Spidey, yet very different at the same time. They are both are science genius and they both have a great power, but as far as social status and moral integrity, that's where they differ. It these differences that seem show signs of jealously that each has for the other, which only adds gas to the fire that grows their strong rivalry.
I think they could do a lot with this. I mean as we know it, Olie has only ever seen Deathstroke on the Island, what if we see Slade Wilson in current time seeking revenge for something Olie did to him on the Island. I mean Olie might not know the two are connected. I see potential.
@Vermoot: Sure he used other characters, but it's rare. I mean he gave us Norah and Carley and they hag bigger roles early on. Now where are they? Other than starting a club and poping up here and there, MJ hasn't done anything since Spider-Island. Which excites me that Slott has said MJ plays a major role in Superior Spider-Man.
@BreZeJ: @Vermoot: yeah I don't think we fully know what happen to Norman, but him becoming a part of this is for sure. I don't think Peter becoming someone else gets rid of supporting characters, we know that MJ will be a part of Superior Spider-Man and that a relationship will happen. But lets me honest Slott hasn't really used any supporting characters that much. What happen to Carley, Norah, MJ, JJ and all the others that seem to have slipped below the radar? Doesn't come off a huge loss given Slott's recored with the characters now.
Do we know if Norman woke up from the coma or is it that his body just isn't at the hospital anymore? At this point, Norman's body is gone. I don't think anyone saw him wake up.
Also, Slott stated that Peter Parker wasn't going to be Spider-man in Superior, he never said Peter was going to die. Maybe Peter changes his identity. One last attempt to completely get away from his enemies.
I think you answered this at the beginning of the blog. When Beast left Scott, X-Force was the last strew of an already scorned relationship. With Wolverine, there isn't any bad blood yet and as long as he isn't apart of and it's not causing a problem to the student at the school, I'm thinking he is letting this one go.