I was hoping Wonder Man would set up shop in California again and bring on board people he could trust, since trust would be an issue after the Civil War, and who would be most likely to move to California just because Simon asked them to. So I'd make the core team Simon, Ms. Marvel, Beast, The Vision, and Quicksilver (because of Wanda). And then for the oddball choices, and because I figured that registering new heroes would be important post-Civil War, I would bring in the homeless guy who escaped with one of the Rampage armors. Have him come to Simon to register, atone for what he helped do to Beast, and need Simon's rusty engineering skills to fix and update the armor. I'd also bring back Spider, now a couple of years older and having secretly retained some of Simon's ionic energy to keep his duplicating power, which was hinted at in the issue.
I thought that would've been in the spirit of the post-Civil War Marvel universe without being all caught up in the political stuff.
: I agree, Wonder Man needs to get far away from
: the Avengers(since they are no longer the
: Avengers I grew up with and loved).
: With so many teams out there now, why not
: give him a chance to shine and lead the
: California team. I would LOVE it if Simon
: were teamed with the Beast and told they
: could pick whoever they want from the
: Initiative and co-lead a team on the west
: coast. Have Joe Casey write it and make it
: an old school, action-packed, fun book.
: Leave all the confusing, drawn out, mega
: events to Bendis and HIS Avengers.
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