>Avengers do not come to blows with one another!
Kamala romantic prospect rankings
Kammie/Carol, Kammie/Robbie, Kammie/Gwen P.
Kammie/Miles, Kammie/Andi, Kammie/Kate, Kammie/She-Hulk
Kammie/Sam, Kammie/Tony, Kammie/Bruno
>fuck it, why not tier
Miles is the asshole who didn't even say one word of support while three adults were tearing into her and then just wanted to make sure his own spot was safe.
He's worst prospect. He's worst guy.
literally no one but other Asgardians knew she wasn't from there until now. Asgard doesn't have anyone to act as their ambassador to Earth right now to inform anyone of this stuff
I dislike what is happening with these characters. Nova seems like the only one with any actual emotion, and he's got almost no panels. Everybody else is being pushed as the fogey adults, or the 'totally cool chick who's just like you'. I get that's what they were kind of going for, but they can surely do it better than this. I at least tried to read these, though.
>Huh, kids, right?
Fucking cold, Miles.
You go, Sam, standin' up for your waifu like that.
>Another avengers book with a dark future time travel plot and a team member who betrays the rest
>Cap doesn't even consider the fact that as a robot, Vision can be manipulated by greater technologies.
That's not how it works for military people.
Nah, I'm pretty sure that's the only reason any of us are reading it. Tony, Cap, and Thor are boring as fuck in this and nothing about the general superheroing is that interesting.
Not really, Anon. Kamala is basically the most interesting person in the team, and we're all hoping for Sam to become something cool. Meanwhile, Tony is boring, Thor is extra-strength boring, and Captain Falcon seems to have some serious swinging characterization issues.
He presumably decided to try and conquer mystical realms since he'd run out of Space Empires and interesting timelines to conquer, so he learned magic.
Kang is always trying to find new challenges.
This doesn't really make much sense. Why is Captain America tearing a kid to shreds and refusing to listen to her side of the story? Why does he do the same thing half a minute later to another kid who's already saved the world like three times? Why doesn't a single person at any point say "Why don't we hear what Kamala has to say?" Why does everyone ignore the already questionable shit Sam managed to say about the Vision before he was interrupted? Why is there so much forced drama?
I think that was kind of a sarcastic dig at Cap because he actually threw kind of a tantrum and lost his cool. Which is at least as childish as Sam's rage. And Kamala had done literally nothing wrong. And even if she had, it would have been the Vision's fault to a degree for not reacting fast enough and phasing the bot or stopping her instead of calmly camming the whole thing. And nobody questions why he would not have acted at all.
>Implying a Muslim would hesitate to put civilians in danger
Ahmed, please. If next issue goes two pages in without someone ALLAH SNACKBAR the avengers headquarters, I'll dump this book
Yeah. Its pretty whack and forced. But these ANAD Marvel books are for people who like pretty pictures and multiculturalism. Throw in some fights and some TWISTS and it doesn't really matter how much sense it makes.
Marvel is in the "don't read too much into what we are doing" school/phase of publishing. If it gets retweets or reblogs they do it.
I wish I was /g/ood enough to do shit like that.
I'm still pissed about Volcana being a supervillain again.
That's only because she's muh waifu.
Probably mind control.
Its an interesting little twist but it is so obvious and easy to resolve. Its the future, so Mjolnr also made it to the future, it can travel pretty much anywhere in a few minutes cause it can teleport and move faster than light so not a big deal.
Either that or Thor odinson gives her the hammer again or something.
Good question... don't think they have. And I don't know if Thor knows Sam well enough that he would've done more than just mention Jane in passing. This is kinda interesting cause it shows just how much Jane hasn't mattered in a long time.
>don't think they have
During Civil War, Jane Foster and Night Nurse were the medics who healed and patched up Cap's resistance team. Sam was in the resistance and received several injuries, so odds are they must have treated him during that time
Remember that time Carol was raped and then gave birth to her own rapist, then went back with her rapist because she was brainwashed while the Avengers let it happen?
Yeah, seeing Bucky "die" was enough for him to not like the idea of teen super heroes but with Rick Jones he ended up accepting that these kids will go oit there and do it anyway so yeah he would get them training.
Also he would listen to Kamala and Nova, especially since Vision has gone cray cray before, seriously, isn't it fishy for the others that Kamala claimed he was lying and now Sam does too? Unless they are faking trusting the Vision....
Sam, Kamala is basically the only person in this team that actually gives a flying fuck about the sanctity of life. She's literally more heroic than you are. Get off your high horse and let the kid explain herself.
Also, what the hell, Tony. How do you not know what AI fucking MEANS.
isn't that the draw of the book?
"here's a bunch of established heroes trying to mentor the next generation so the kids aren't as big of a pack of fuckups as they are" was the vibe i got
so why is the vision manipulating and framing people? this is the first issue I read of this, I've been reading the Vision but at least there is fuckups are well meaning, with him trying to have a normal family. This is straight up shady blackmail and lies. what gives?
Could this be the reason Vision is acting strangely? Maybe the Ebony Blade got to him in some way.
This may actually be the Kang from the Young Avengers timeline that sort of had a hand in rebuilding 'teen Vision' then destroyed him again, if so there's motive for singling Vision out to make him look like an asshole and a history of using Vision to his own ends.