Even with all the new and possibily gimmicky gadgets, the complete removal of the glider cape is the most dissapointing.
: An odd choice (like the bow) and horrible
: continuity. In one panel you can see the
: glove just in front of MK so, okay, good
: enough to allow us to assume he could grab
: it and use it as a weapon (after it
: magically flies from Cpt. B's hand because
: Ant Man squeezed his uvula?)
: He uses it left handed as the captain did,
: burns through the deck plating with a laser
: from the back of his right hand, fires a
: cable and... a super magnetic anchor
: ball?... out of his right hand, then shoots
: Valk's horse with a crescent and cable from
: his left hand - and the super powerful
: artifact that can accelerate air to nearly
: light speed is now simply missing.
: And there's the parachute instead of gliding
: with the cape...and the bow thing again...
: It's like they've been trotting out these
: gimmicks to gauge our reaction; the crescent
: gun, wrist parachutes, the bow (I keep
: coming back because it seems like it's there
: just because he's an Avenger now and someone
: needs to fill the Hawkeye role, like
: Bullseye in the Dark Avengers - Bah!). Just
: cape, darts and truncheon for me please!
: Whoa sorry, got started on a rant there
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: Yeah, he picked up the glove artifact and
: it against the sea creatures after the
: Barracuda pirate dropped it
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: Something else that I thought was odd: when
: fighting against the sea creatures, did he
: shoot some kind of energy blast at one?
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