>HYDRA is a terrorist-criminal-paramilitary organization bent on world domination. It was founded in ancient times as a secret society centered around the fanatical worship of a powerful Inhuman that was exiled to the planet Maveth by ancient Inhumans. Ever since his banishment, the cult has been determined to bring him back to Earth to commence a planetary takeover.
How did we go from Nazi scientists to this?
They should have stuck with the Hand under Gorgon's ideology that life was a cursed state of existence caused by God's hatred of man and desire to punish him, and thus the only way to salvation was the end of all life.
>the "Terrigen Mists" from Inhumanity are fish-oil capsules that people are accidentally buying at supermarkets
You can't make this shit up.
I like how AoU just completely ignored AoS and had Fury setup a new SHIELD-esque agency with at the Avengers base. AoS fans were immediately like "B-but a tie-in episode says they helped..." as if Feige gave a shit.
How did we go from
>COBRA is a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world.
and people complain about X-Men. But mutants at least didn't steal anything from other franchises, and didn't make everything connected to them, they were in their own bubble, their own universe.
One story had it that Strucker founded (or at least reformed) Hydra after following a time-travelling Doctor Doom to the future and reading history books that told him the Reich would fall. Doom let him go back to the past with that knowledge, presumably because he knew this was a stable time-loop that had to happen.
>But mutants at least didn't steal anything from other franchises, and didn't make everything connected to them, they were in their own bubble, their own universe.
No they fucking didn't. In fact, X-men got so popular that everything that wasn't Spider-man was tainted by it. It even lead to shit like The Crossing.
The Crossing had nothing to do with X-Men. It wasn't about X-Men. It was shit, but it was 100% pure shit. You didn't have Tony Stark suddenly becoming a mutant, or worshiping some ancient mutant suddenly.
Learn facts, before you argue. People might be jealous that they had 10 books, while avengers had 2, but these 10 books was doing it's own thing. It's hilarious that GOTG in the 90s reached over 60 issues, despite being c-list.
You also had Ghost Rider sustaining numerous related books.
She wasn't an alien. She was a Deviant from Lemuria. And he only did that gain her people's ancient knowledge for the Brotherhood.
Nice meme, Gage.
But they didn't? Inferno was all about New Mutants and X-Men and what happened in it was really important for Spectacular Spider-man, Daredevil and Power Pack just from the top of my mind
Not him, but considering his attitude he shouldn't be one who wants to avenge "his people" or take any pride in his heritage.
Gypsy culture and old slavic aristocratic lifestyle are two opposites.
For Spider-Man it was Hobgoblin getting power upgrade. Power Pack was basically an x-book, since it has the same writer as New Mutants, and Power Pack always participated in X-Men stuff, whether it was crossover or not, as NM, Morlocks, X-Factor were a regular guest, not to mention that they had Franklin Richards as a member.
How it was important for Daredevil, because I don't see it?