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#1 Edited by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

Only movie version: Quicksilver, probably. Spider-Man's spider-sense doesn't seem to be precognitive; it more or less makes him more perceptive to his surroundings, like a form of slow-mo.

#2 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

Spider-Man knocked out Storm quite easily in Secret War.

#3 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

What does depowered mean? Even the most baseline Asgardian is tougher/stronger than the toughest non-powered human.

#4 Edited by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanos has human origins. He is a member of the Eternal offshoot of humanity.

#5 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

@yung_ancient_one: Reed brought his love interest and her kid brother onto a highly dangerous space mission to study cosmic rays- neither of whom is scientist.

#6 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

NIghtcrawler was abandoned by Mystique and didn't meet Azreal into he was an adult. He's an orphan through abandonment, rather than parental death.

#7 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

How can anyone hate Cypher? Because his power is "lame"? His relationships with Kitty And Betsy alone make him a worthwhile addition to the X-Men lore.

#8 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

@FadeToBlackBolt: Nope, he's not. See I can do that too. Namor adds regal pompousness to every book he's in; he doesn't care about your feelings and he's not afraid to say whats on his mind. He stirs things up and and makes the usual "everyone gets along" team more interesting.

#9 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

@FadeToBlackBolt: Namor pre-dates the X-Men, is one of first anti-heroes of comics, and is generally bad-ass.

#10 Posted by MutieLover (100 posts) - - Show Bio

I have no idea why the Bat-characters treat others like crap, and why people allow that. Also, why not just call this book "Red Robin and The Teen Titans"?