Can I ask a question? Why did they delete their memories if their cause was to free the Teller. Since the Teller didn't kill the Doctor when he sensed he was there to help him I think the memory wipe was unessessary :P
they said why, the Teller had a mental link with the owner of the bank, if he learned the Doctor's plan before she left the bank, she would have known them too and probably had forced the Teller to kill them.
(I've never thought I will be saying this but) F*ck Peter Parker.
Peter Parker has always been Spider-Man.
This is getting old and seeing that giving you (and the rest of fans who keep claiming Miles is a fake Spider-Man) arguments to explain you how it's been three years now and it's time to either move on, stop reading this book or just stop complaining is pointless, from now on I'm just going to answer you all with a plain and simple...
I mean, if Peter Parker reveals his secret identity to the X-Men and then becomes a teacher it makes much more sense. He has already been a teacher, he's a genius and he is also a superhero. Makes way more sense than Firestar for example.
Also, shall we expect an Spider-Man and his amazing friends-like issue?
" First and foremost, Guardians of the Galaxy was a fairly risky move for Marvel Studios. Yes, the studio's a marketing machine and has built a fanbase with previous projects -- so that alone guarantees the movie won't a complete failure -- but this movie is unlike anything else they've created"
This is what I keep reading about this movie and, sorry but it's all bullsh*t. The only risky thing this movie did was beting on some unknown character, which isn't even that much of a bet since every f****ng original movie not based on anything (do you remember when they did those? oh boy... good old times) has to deal with the same problem. Apart from that we had Marvel's formula again. It's nearly the same plot as Thor: The Dark World was and has the same problems that one did (pointless macguffin, lame villain etc).
Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy this movie a lot, it was one of the funniest movies I've seen in a while, but don't come up again with the "this was really risky for Marvel" crap, 'cause IT F****NG WASN'T.
Wouldn't it be great that after all the promotions about Sam becoming the new Captain in the end it was all a lie and Ian is the one who becomes the new Cap?
BTW I'm pretty sure Remender's original idea was to make him the next Cap, and Sam becoming the new Cap is an editors choice.
Also, I don't get all the complaints this book is receiving. I love what Remender tried to do with the character and IMO it works for the most part. But I guess it's a matter of opinion and preferences. For me Remender is the best writer Marvel has, Uncanny X-Force, Uncanny Avengers and this are way too good.