--Previous Message-- OH YEAH! Big Agree! I remember when they came out, loved the idea of 5 who never would team getting together and then I really liked the Byrne artwork, especially on Black Goliath. Yes, Hawkeye is the leader of this group! Maybe THIS is where Triathlon and Red Wolf could appear. Make it kind of like the Defenders(non-team thing) in that if you are on the West Coast, you belong.
: If they ever do a New Champions book...which I
: think should be connected to the original
: series as much as possible...they could
: still feature Hercules, Black Widow, and
: Ghost Rider. Iceman and Angel are off-limits
: I guess because they are X-characters, but
: Black Goliath could be used since he was
: around for a story arc in the original
: series. Darkstar, whose was horrible
: (I think my view on it is well know around
: these parts, lol ), could be resurrected and
: brought in as a member as well. So...
: Black Widow
: Ghost Rider
: Black Goliath
: Hawkeye is a possibility as a new member
: (who would certainly help in the sales
: department) and why not throw in either Free
: Spirit or Vagabond as a Captain
: America-esque team member (instead of a
: typical choice such as UsAgent)? And maybe
: add on Jocasta as well.
: In any case, Marvel, please bring back the
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OH YEAH! Big Agree! I remember when they came out, loved the idea of 5 who never would team getting together and then I really liked the Byrne artwork, especially on Black Goliath. Yes, Hawkeye is the leader of this group! Maybe THIS is where Triathlon and Red Wolf could appear. Make it kind of like the Defenders(non-team thing) in that if you are on the West Coast, you belong.
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