Namor the Hyprocrite
Now he's the best TWO characters in the MU.
>"And then we totally sent a fucking hit squad to Atlantis!"
>"No way man, you totally punked Namor!"
>"Black Bolt's right, high five!"
>"Yo Namor, don't leave us hanging! Illuminati-five!"
>"You fucking killed my people!"
>"Toooootally got you though!"
>"Come on Lame-or, don't be such a pussy! High-five us bro!"
Yup, I was intersted, but dropped it here.
Interested to see how they bring him back eventually though, hard to explain away decapitation.
But then again, characters have literally gone to heaven to revive people TWICE (at least), so it isn't exactly a stretch.
Namor is cool though, fuck whoever killed him off.
I'll just storytime that part of the issue, since everyone's reactions are pretty golden.
wew, wrong page.
I haven't done this in a while.
If Bendis still wrote like this I'd actually be hype for Civil War II.
Here it is people, Namor the hypocrite at his best
Someone asked Bendis a question about Millar's Civil War on his tumblr months ago and his response was 'I never read Civil War'.
It was easily the funniest thing he's ever written and he deleted it before I could get a screenshot.
This was ~2001 so the Inhumans were still on Earth, I believe.
And if you read the Jenkins Inhumans mini you'd know that Black Bolt is no stranger to US Government trying to invade Attilan.
There's a thing that's a shame.
Strange washes his hands of his friends, and he was actually FRIENDS with at least Reed, and later we see him all aboard the morally ambiguous evil train, summoning Zom and destroying worlds.
I guess it was stupid to want to see Reed or Tony repair the relationships they damaged instead of it just getting glossed over for Heroic Age.
Civil war was in 2006, the inhumans were back on the moon. Even if they weren't they have little interactions with humans and think most governments still thought they got wiped out after Jenkins.
Oh shit, you're right. I always get the year Bendis started Avengers mixed up with when he started Ultimate Spider-Man.
So then the answer is it really didn't effect Black Bolt. He just notably pointed out that Reed and Tony were pussies and went back to space to start a war with birdpeople a couple of years later.
>Strange washes his hands of his friends
That's a little harsh, he was conflicted at first but when he came back he didn't hesitate to help the unregistered heroes.
Until stormin' Norman exonerated Luke and his crew he was literally harboring vigilantes and Tony knew it.
But yeah, I don't remember anyone really reconciling with one another, not that Strange even had a solo title at the time, and the F4 book was more concerned with reconciling with eachother.
A lot of Tony's conflict got handwaved as well because in 2008 he became one of their most popular characters that summer.
So unfunny it's painful.
This is why I don't take /co/'s 'taste' seriously.
Looks like Atuma just got a promotion. At least now Marvel can decide if they want atlantians to be fish or white people.