Re: Why is nobody jumping for joy over Initiative #10? [SPOILERZ]
Posted by Hester Jester on 3/24/2008, 6:39 pm, in reply to "Re: Why is nobody jumping for joy over Initiative #10? [SPOILERZ]"
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: Heh, "Slappy".
: Or we could call him "Spanky".
: Ugh now I have to buy all his appearances.
That's the original 4 part series from 1992-93
Marvel Comics Presents 159-163
and World War Hulk: Aftersmash #2
You'll notice the various artist always redesign him, so he'll look different in each book. I suggest skipping Aftersmash 2, on the account of the white eyed slappy that would inspire nightmares for a while, has for me.
: Where was Nova though? More post-#75
: I'm gonna go with "under a big pile of
: : how many goddamn MVPs are there right now?
: : I count six at this point.)
: Uh, let's see. The original. Michael, Van
: and Patrick - the three Scarlet Spiders (one
: now beheaded). KIA. The one living with his
: parents as though nothing happened. Yeah,
: I guess 6.
: Let's take guesses on how many there'll be
: by the end of the series. I say 13.
Add the Clones that were tanked and killed by KIA, it's actually nearly 10 clones confirmed
: : so-i-put-it-to-you
I wonder what would happen if the ExMutant Warriors met the Old School Warriors...
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