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#1 Posted by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

@vandinejd_1991: I would love to see the entire Annihilation story as a movie. How amazing would that be? Sadly, Drax is not getting the traction here... but anyone that can kill Thanos should be the favorite. haha. But then again, everyone loves woodland creatures with guns. ;)

#2 Posted by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

Strengthening my position...

#TeamDrax

#3 Edited by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

DRAX! Mostly from his role in Annihilation. (I am not impressed by the movie version.)

Also, I love Rocket and Groot, but I have to give some props to the character created only to destroy my favorite super-villain!

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#5 Edited by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

I voted for X-O. For (mostly) unconventional reasons.

First, Valiant took the time to advertise for this fight via Twitter (where I found out): https://twitter.com/ValiantComics/status/426469174488338433; that is something Marvel likely doesn't have time for or care to do.

Second, as I would likely only read this battle if Matt Kindt was writing it, he could make it happen.

Third (and I am rusty here, but this is for battle reasons), Can Peter breath in space? What if Aric managed to forcibly fly him into space? Just a thought.

#7 Posted by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

@madeinbangladesh: Thanks for checking out my reviews. :) Yeah, the first few Avengers issues were pretty dense. In fact, out of all the tie-ins, that series was the most difficult to consume. I believe a trade of Infinity would be worth the investment/read... it is a great story overall, with some really exceptional points of interest (oh, wow! moments). :) Thanks again!

#8 Posted by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

This is a fantastic article, @inferiorego! I have an outstanding "To Do" List item: "Figure out which comics to sell"...which encompassed all the things you speak to above.

Thanks, Mat. You have given me the courage to act on this task. ;)

#9 Posted by thanosrules (546 posts) - - Show Bio

@g_man - I RE: "how'd they get my home address?"

I received one to my home address as well. I have to assume it is tied to the Marvel Unlimited (Plus) subscription billing address?

It is an interesting way to spend marketing funds. In fact, I was surprised to see something 1) this early for an event next year; 2) that costs that much money to mail out, when they could have just emailed about it (like all the other teasers).

Heck, at least this teaser was more than a black postcard with "Is He...?" written on it in red letters. ;)

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