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Posted by HushoftheWind

is that Hawkeye with Winter Soldier's arm in the background pic?

Edited by G-Man

@hushofthewind: No. His costume was like that sometimes.

Thanks for watching the video?

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Edited by TheMantisShrimp

Will Art and Franco ever be on a podcast? The only downside is you would not be able to hold back your laughter while recording.

Posted by Onemoreposter

Last two guys in the video are hilarious. They're always good on these kind of features.

^ They mentioned Green Lantern, but I'm surprised no one mentioned his ring. I suppose with the current state of GL canon, a GL can't just will his ring away.

How about Booster Gold? He's got all sorts of 31st century tech (including the awesome Legion flight ring.)

Blue Beetle. Will that scarab away.

Does Vixen have some sort of talisman that gives her her power or am I mistaken...If so, she should will that.

Dick Grayson, will me will all your awesome girlfriends :P

Mike Holt? Can you will me those T spheres?

Iron Man should will the armor.

Thor should will out the hammer.....and his worthiness.....

lol, I could go on. Shocked how many of the people interviewed just went to Batman.

Edited by Cave_Duck

"cobwebs in spider-man's will" /groan Although Peter Parker should make sure that Jameson knows it was him all along.

Posted by Naamah

Logan should will out his beef jerky and cheap cigars. Emma Frost should will out her Hellfire Club stripper outfit. Silver Surfer should definitely will out the board.

Posted by Wardishy

Do you think heroes should leave prank items in their will for their villains?

"To you, Norman Osborn, I leave a pair of unwashed underwear"...

Posted by AmazingWebHead

Dude, déjà vu

@wardishy said:

Do you think heroes should leave prank items in their will for their villains?

"To you, Norman Osborn, I leave a pair of unwashed underwear"...

Now that's funny.

Posted by Rangerion

I think that aside from wills and testaments, a backup plan is always the most important thing a hero should have. Because, when they're gone, who'll keep up the crimefighting?

Posted by kilomac29

How do you not ask Charles Soule this question?

Edited by HushoftheWind

@g_man: i watched it, i was just baffled before i clicked the video

Posted by GreatCaesarsGhost

They should, but I'm not reading comics to hear a funeral service.... Usually.

Posted by FoxxFireArt

A returns clause, because none of the deaths will ever last past a few months.

Posted by TheMantisShrimp
Posted by dngn4774

To all of my dearest loved ones: I leave you...nothing, I'll be back in a few years. Seriously, don't touch my stuff!

Posted by NightFang

A returns clause, because none of the deaths will ever last past a few months.

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Posted by KydJhesus

@greatcaesarsghost: I give it that Capt will return after 2 years after something crazy happen like falcon makes a deal with Mephisto.

Posted by LEGACY6364

Do not ever bring me back.

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Posted by The_Titan_Lord

Nice.

Posted by RustyRoy

A returns clause, because none of the deaths will ever last past a few months.

Edited by bloggerboy

A really fun video. Cleared the cobwebs in my head.

Posted by DarkYautja

What I always thought about, is what they're going to do AFTER they die. I mean say, Spidey dies. If nobody takes up the mantle, his smarter villains could easily piece together that Spider-man = Peter Parker and target his family and friends and make THEM pay for all of those years of getting pounded by Peter. So what should be on their will is a request to find someone to take up their mantle.