Carol Danvers and Wonder Man.
"No, I just always look good" -Psylocke, X-Women #1
"They want soulful bubblegum techno disco pop? I invented that sound" -Dazzler, Wolverine: The Best There Is #7
"Doable" -Storm, UXM(v2) #5
CRYSTAL. Her arrival was the beginning of the end, for me. I took a hiatus from Avengers, and comics in general, until the Busiek/Perez revival.
I imagine a lot of people would make a case for this guy being the worst Avenger ever.
Death is light as a feather,duty heavier than a mountain. - A saying in the Borderlands
D-Man! That's it, close the thread.
I never understood what Doctor Druid was doing in the Avengers, until he went bad. Retrospectively, it all sort of works out.
Wonder Man and Beast were great in the Avengers, as teammates and in terms of how it read. Carol Danvers could be an ill fit, but that worked out narratively/story-wise.
Starfox, Mantis, Firestar, Justice, I could go on but I dont agree about the Sentry. I like him as an Avenger.
Spider-man... he just doesn't work on the Avengers to my taste, it is too high profile for it to work and the character still be Spider-man as we know him. He has a history of not wanting to deal with the cosmic events, I felt he was even out of place battling Thanos in the Infinity Gauntlet and better stories to tie in would have been in his book dealing with the chaos in the streets rather than in space getting his arse handed to him.
Wolverine... c'mon not only is he on too many teams he also has 3 books of his own and doesn't really fit the Avengers ideal. Nevermind the weak ass arguements in the initial New Avengers arc. If the book were called anything but the Avengers, I'd take the arguement, but not if the book is called the Avengers.
I love wolverine but damn if he should never have been an avenger....he dosent even get along with 80% of them. I would agree that Sentry is a tool.
This guy right here.
"Until the Lion writes his own story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter." - African proverbs
BEBOP--"Roland = pinnacle of objectivity"