GOTG 20 - COMMENTS THREAD
Posted by nova3333 on October 23, 2014, 12:52 pm
CBR have posted a look at GOTG 20 -the final part of the what happened to Rich arc. Isn't looking good. Can see why they delayed the preview in favor of doing the Symbiote preview first. Yeah eagle eyed fans have already noted the contradictions. One fan noted Rich almost died when he got burned to a crisp in the first part of the Phalanx arc but that nifty Xandarian armor ensured his restoration. As for losing an arm - well if the Kree were around they grew him a new right leg after the previous limb got blown off (off panel) in Annihilation 1! Losing a limb is traumatic but not life threatening but you know what's going to happen here. That's right Bendis will suddenly change the rules with the Cube thanks to Revenger Cap and whereas before everyone was coming back alive in the Cancerverse before in last issue, now it'll be fatal to get hurt - so what will be the outcome - I still think Peter will get Thanos to absorb Rich's lifeforce and powers into his own et-al Cyclops and Apocalypse and that'll be part of the deal of getting him, Drax and Thanos out of the Cancerverse thus leaving Rich in a limbo state still to allow Marvel to continue the new legacy of Sam - not many like him - Alexander. I think many frustrated Nova fans will be voicing their opinions next week. Only plus side is Ed's art though I wish he hadn't "Karmanized" Rich's Helmet! http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=24228
- GOTG 20 - COMMENTS THREAD - nova3333 October 23, 2014, 12:52 pm
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