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The not being flesh & blood has been stated by Simon before. When he says he is not flesh & blood I take it as not being normal flesh & blood because in the first Mighty Avengers adventure he is shown spilling plenty of blood from his mouth. In the Bagley issues he is sporting cuts & bruises with his costume tattered. The writer of that Wiki entry is taking things literal.
<< He does not house blood in his body and cannot impregnate women.>>
Ugh, WTF!!!!!! Where does this bit came from??!! Is it from the one liner from that obscure Wonder Man ongoing issue where he says that he cannot conceive to the white Vision so he feels like Vision is his offspring -- which was a very weird out of character one liner by Gerard Jones. If there is one detail of information I'd like to assume as being wrong is this one. Years ago I asked online Kurt Busiek in the Avengers forum about this one liner and Kurt replied that Simon didn't have any information about this and that he assumes always the worst and that anyways that wasn't how he was writing the character. I wish I could find this post online and copy it here. I think that, like Busiek; Bendis is not writing a sterile Wonder Man. In House of M it was hinted that one or both of Wanda's kids were conceived with Wonder Man. I know it was an alternate reality but an alternate reality that seems to diverge from ours only in how certain events played out. Simon seemed to be as ionic in HOM as in the normal timeline.
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