If I recall correctly Namor was the only member of the Illuminati willing to actually pull the trigger to sacrifice another universe to save his own
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On a different note; It’s also the first story I ever read with Annihilus, and even though his personality is *markedly* different here than in his every other appearance, it’s also the reason he’s on my shortlist of favorite Marvel villains.
This all culminates with a press conference where Crapcap and his allies, Bucky, Hangman (another racist 50s character), Golden Girl (pin-up model wearing a superhero outfit) and... err... Hawkeye (no idea what he's doing there) all show up
I dunno, given how most mythology with dramatic pantheons tends to go, I feel like killing off a god or two actually fits in with the mischief purview well enough.Loki really needs a firmer definition on what "mischief" entails, because he really has some pretty severe mission creep when it comes to embodying that concept.
I think only Iceman and Storm are the only ones who haven't, and maybe Polaris. Iceman is kind immortal in his ice form and has been shattered but reformed himself by having Havok pee on him (Chuck Austen, man. Not even once.)BUT DID IT HAPPEN; well, setting aside the fact that I’m pretty sure member of both the original and All New X-Men teams died at least once after the fact
Incidentally, can Hank use Cerebro? I thought telepathy was a pre-requisite for even turning it on.
Didn’t Storm very briefly due, and then reincarnate as a space whale, then back to her regular body in the Brood arc
I'd be curious to know how Ego the Living Planet would react to that.Meanwhile, the post-humans all become even Fuddier eventually evolving to the point that they look like, and wield similar cosmic powers, to the Watchers themselves. Which, *AGAIN* You would think would would be where the plot was going, or at least be acknowledged. But again, NOPE, they just merge their consciousnesses with the planet Earth itself so now the planet is sentient; a plot point that does not affect anything.