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#1 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

I just started to read X-Men after learning about how great the cast of villains in that series is. Just a heads up Typhoid Mary has had all of her personalities merged and is cured of her multiple personality disorder.

#2 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

The art in this is so good. I LOVE Medusa in this series. At first I thought this book was meh, but now I'm starting to love it.

#3 Edited by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

@ms-lola: I see a lot of what she is doing as her trying to distract herself.

I didn't know Yosh created her. He's probably the best at making new characters considering his Scarlet Spider and New Warriors run.

If you do read the two books you should read Avengers Undercover after if you like AA an AA. It got canceled pretty much when it first came out and was only 10 issues so it would be a fast read, but it lets you know what happens with the other kids from murder world.

You don't strike me as someone who has read Annihilation and Cosmic Marvel stuff, but one of the kids in Murder World turned out to be Cammi and I don't know I feel like you might like her a lot.

#4 Edited by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio
@ms-lola said:

@teerack said:
@hopesummersforthefuture said:

@ms-lola said:

@teerack said:

@ms-lola: Personally I think Avengers Academy was the best Avenger title out of the heroic age, and goring from that into Avengers Arena made it a really emotional books cause you get so attached to the characters.

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to say Avengers Academy wasn't memorable, just what little I managed to get my hands on up until now. I've heard really good things about that run. It's on my to-read list.

Bendis turned her into a whining brat.

No he didn't Murder World broke her.

That's the thing. I am going to have a hard time believing that. Laura has been through some nasty stuff. She is unbreakable, in a sense. Have you read NYX? Just curious.

No but I've looked into various summaries of her past. The thing is in her solo book Jubilee was finally starting to break through to Laura and get her to start acting like a normal girl just a tiny bit, and the mentoring she got from Gambit helped her make up her mind to never kill. In Avengers Academy she was actually able to make friends and just hang out with kids her own age that didn't alienate her or have any kind of fear of her. She even got a new best friend out of it. Not to spoil anything but before Avengers Arena something happens that would cause a big back lash on all of her progress, and then when she was in Avengers Arena it's not just about her killing someone. It's about not being able to save her friends and watching them die. She made the choice to not be a killer and she wasn't going to just back out of that, even when they got to murder world she didn't just go "well i guess i gotta kill to live" she was forced to make impossible choices for ANYONE and consider taking someones life with more weight then ever before, there is also the consequences that happened as a result of her NOT killing someone in Arcades "game" which are things she has to live with now. There is also something else in Murder World I won't spoil that would have traumatized her further.

I know Laura has had to do some terrible stuff when she was younger like killing her pet dog just to lean to be cold, but that was back when her life was just being a weapon. She has come a long way from that and had actually started to grow into herself and started to let herself feel happiness before Murder World.

#5 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

HUGE upgrade to the art in this issue, so happy with it.

#6 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

@ms-lola said:

@teerack said:

@ms-lola: Personally I think Avengers Academy was the best Avenger title out of the heroic age, and goring from that into Avengers Arena made it a really emotional books cause you get so attached to the characters.

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to say Avengers Academy wasn't memorable, just what little I managed to get my hands on up until now. I've heard really good things about that run. It's on my to-read list.

Bendis turned her into a whining brat.

No he didn't Murder World broke her.

#7 Edited by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

@waezi2: Yeah, but idk. Rick always seemed way to reckless for me to think of him as someone i'd have look after some kids, but he probably would still be a way better teacher then wolverine.

My hope is that Green's "cure" for rick doesn't work the right way and boosts Rick's power as well as chaining him from A-bomb to just Blue Hulk who isn't all ugly. Wouldn't it be crazy if that was Blue Hulk Rick Jones on the cover of Avengers 35 and you just can't tell cause it's all black and red.

#8 Edited by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

This might be my favorite Spider-Man voice actor :o I'm not 100% sure but I think it's Johnny Yong Bosch. It sure sounds like him.

#9 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

Some times I wish all of the upcoming Netflix shows were set around 1973.

#10 Posted by Teerack (6236 posts) - - Show Bio

@ms-lola: Personally I think Avengers Academy was the best Avenger title out of the heroic age, and goring from that into Avengers Arena made it a really emotional books cause you get so attached to the characters.