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Scruffy
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Is it weird that the only things I can think about when watching Ultimate Spiderman or the Avengers cartoon is "Who pays for all these repairs?" and "Is that guys car insurance going to cover the Juggenaut throwing it at Spiderman?"
Now that is a good question.

Do insurance companies have "mutant damage coverage"?






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Murray
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Is it weird that the only things I can think about when watching Ultimate Spiderman or the Avengers cartoon is "Who pays for all these repairs?" and "Is that guys car insurance going to cover the Juggenaut throwing it at Spiderman?"








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ProjectP2294
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If you own a car in Avengers Manhattan, your rates must be through the roof.

I imagine any damage caused by Loki falls under "Act of god" though.






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If you own a car in Avengers Manhattan, your rates must be through the roof. I imagine any damage caused by Loki falls under "Act of god" though.








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Bard
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You still read Bard? I started during the back part of the Claremont era so it took a little time for me to get adjusted to post-Morrison X-men writing but I'm telling you, it really has been a consistently good run.


I'm not the couple-dozen-books-each-week reader like I was when I was a kid (at the prices they are now I would go broke!), but I pick up a storyline-based graphic novel version of books from time to time. I tried the Astonishing stuff, but it just didn't feel right. I think I'm too much of a visual person with my comics so I get caught up in how Scott's new look makes him look like a blue/black penis or Beast's more catlike look (which I freaking hate) during that run.

The whole search-for-a-cure storyline felt "sputtering" to me, especially being spread out among so many books, and that's around the point my X-attentions dropped off.






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Bard
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If you own a car in Avengers Manhattan, your rates must be through the roof.

I imagine any damage caused by Loki falls under "Act of god" though.


Anyone that owns a car in Manhattan is either already loaded enough to afford another one or criminally insane. Trivia fact: did you know there are only 4 gas stations on all of Manhattan Island? I didn't until I went up there and took a bus tour.






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Bard
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I imagine any damage caused by Loki falls under "Act of god" though.


#ISWYDT






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ProjectP2294
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I've been in thread for the better part of this afternoon and I only just noticed the typo in the title.





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Bard
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I've been in thread for the better part of this afternoon and I only just noticed the typo in the title.


It's a typo? I just thought theunknownknight was British ;)



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RonBurgundy
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I'm not the couple-dozen-books-each-week reader like I was when I was a kid (at the prices they are now I would go broke!), but I pick up a storyline-based graphic novel version of books from time to time. I tried the Astonishing stuff, but it just didn't feel right. I think I'm too much of a visual person with my comics so I get caught up in how Scott's new look makes him look like a blue/black penis or Beast's more catlike look (which I freaking hate) during that run.

The whole search-for-a-cure storyline felt "sputtering" to me, especially being spread out among so many books, and that's around the point my X-attentions dropped off.



Kind of how I feel about the Claremont run. Yeah it estabished some new mutants, but I never cared for the characterzation of some of the more classic characters. In addition to that, Claremont sort of went off his rocker. The new era, which I believe starts at Whedon's Astonishing-a well reviewed book,btw- challenged the Claremont guard of Xavier being so damn special and brought the natural maturation of the central character in X-Men. Previously, Cyclops was very much like early Peter Parker filled with self doubt and his closest allies were always limiting his potential.

As the heir apparent, it is only natural for Scott to finally take over the mutant cause and along the way exposed Xavier for being somewhat of a psychpath pedophile,Hank exposed for his incredible ego and Jean as some bat shite crazy girl who isn't worth it. To a point, even Logan and Scott became the closest of allies, until Logan found religion.

What I find most interesting is that Scott has now found the correct position between Erik and Charles. I only fear that an inevitable status quo reboot to drop and Erik/Emma have manipulating Scott this whole time. The X-Men are better off split up into subgroups.






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theunknownknight
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WHAT?


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