Civil War II made it clear. This scene…
Led to this.
Which led to this.
I will say though about Civil War 2…
She-Hulk taken out by a stray missile from War Machine? Seriously? She'd be able to walk that off.
— AquamAnder (@AnderWriter) June 3, 2016
— Spencer Straub (@SpencerStraub) June 2, 2016
Wait, so I guess She-Hulk is alive but comatose from her taking that missile in the boobs?
She's a gamma mutant so…
Shouldn't she heal?
— 鬼丸XLR (@onimaruxlr) July 8, 2016
Well in today’s A-Force #8 we see that again, with a little rewriting from Kelly Thompson. Firstly post-missile…
Is that enough? Hand to hand combat from Thanos? There are more changes as well, with Civil War II: The Accused lampshading that rather rapid Hawkeye-to-trial moment from Civil War II…
And more lampshading as to Hawkeye’s green-eye moment.Yeah, Karnak was there! What’s he up to? Oh, his digital comic isn’t out yet, he’s probably still torturing Ulysses. So, yes, any more updates on how Ulysses’ power works now that we know his power is to extract information from everywhere, even places and fashions no one else can detect and extrapolate a future from that? Just like Iron Man and Scarlet Witch did in Force Works with the Chaos Computer, that now Tony Stark has totally forgotten about. Well, Scarlet Witch is on Carol’s side…
Well, in All-New Avengers it seems that suddenly Ulysses; Inhuman power needs some assistance. For some reason.
Then there’s the matter of how his powers work. In Spider-Man 2099, we get confirmation from Peter Parker that there are no self-fulfilling prophecies here. If you get the warning and do nothing it will happen, but can prevent a prediction from happening. Which does make sense.
While that’s a point of legal contention in The Accused as well.
And back in A-Force #8 we get a prediction that starts to come true only because it was predicted, and people acted as a result of the prediction. Which is the opposite of what Peter Parker said.
Though if we are interpreting words, then this scene…
Gets a rewrite in A-Force #8 as well.
Daredevil looks a bit that way too…
All comics featured are published by Marvel Comics apart from scenes from CiviL War II published earlier in the year.
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