hell, didn't they replace "New Power Man" with Luke in the cartoon? i mean "New White Tiger" and Nova are present.
Samuel L Jackson! Samuel L Jackson! Samuel L Jackson! Samuel L Jackson!
Stop lying...you only look stupid, doing so. Again, I don't check for your post. Lol
Actually it's not. They are NOT replacing Senior Fury...and Senior is going to show up in 3 different books, that includes a Max title...all by very popular writers. Marcus isn't taking the director role. Nick Fury has not been that for HOW LONG? Steve Rogers has that role...and Marcus is going to be a agent like rookie Ethan Hunt or rookie Jason Borne...a role that Nick really has not had since the 60-70's. So yeah, all the crying is stupid. It's just like the example I made...because Luke doesn't do the Powerman thing...so another character doing so isn't replacing him.It's never the 'same thing' when it's about a character _you_ like. It's not the 'same thing' as Luke Cage and New Power Man either, since Marvel isn't pushing New Power Man, or as you always point out, putting him in 9 movies, they aren't reducing Luke Cage's abilities and removing him from the New Avengers and Thunderbolts and replacing him with New Power Man. YOUR example is pretty stupid.
And don't assume what characters I like and don't like. Again, that's stupid. You of all people don't know what I like or don't like. I'm a Fury fan, just calling some of the complains BS.
Whining about stuff like this, totally negates valid points, like the infinity formula. All this other stuff is nonsense.
Plus, just like his son there are larger plans for Nick Fury Sr., correct?
Right I know Matt Fraction has plans for him over in "Defenders." Nick Fury Sr. is a great character and will always be a great character. There's definitely room in the Marvel Universe for both father and son.
I don't know why I even bothered, you never make sense.
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None if those characters are a part of something like this! Luke has a movie in development, and there is the new Spiderman movie. So that's the difference. They are lining up to movies, not Cartoon shows.
Always attacking anyone who doesn't agree with you with accusations of stupidity or not making sense, yet you still don't grasp the concept of a public bulletin board, I see.
Thanks for the link in which YOU admit fans have gone on and on about hating the idea of T'challa in Hell's Kitchen. Obviously you're confused, but that actually proves MY point, so I'm not lying and you look, well, to quote you, "you only look stupid."
I'm sorry you don't grasp what replacement means. If you get fired and you boss hires someone to take your place, then you have been REPLACED. That's what's happening here. Classic Nick Fury is showing up in a Max mini-series and supposedly in Winter Soldier. TomB has outright said, we'll be seeing less of him and much more of Fake Fury.Originally Posted by Umbra
And again, it's nothing like your example of Luke Cage and New Power Man, but of course, you don't understand that, even when it's explained to you.
the thing about fury….. when was the last thing he actually had a vital up front role? really did something besides being a plot crutch where he shows up and hands out a mission or explains something?
even if they had "killed" fury sr…. would anyone odd actually buy it? can you actually kill nick fury?
my biggest thing with battle scars.. was why make coulston a badd ass soldier? to me, part of coulsons appeal is he is so baby faced yet tactical.
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You don't grasp the meaning. How is he being replaced at something he has been replaced with others before this. Make sense.
Steve Rogers has already replaced him dude. Secret Avengers, commarder of Shield. So did Stark...Winter Solder is doing the spy stuff. Wake up.
Marcus has been a very fun an interesting character to get to know within the pages of Battle Scars. To be frank I'm looking forward to getting to know more about him. I know some think Ult. Fury should have stayed in the Ult. U but it should be considered how adult that line is. Most of the kids seeing the Avengers movie and decides to get a comic book because of it shouldn't be pointed to the Ultimate line. Add Ult. Fury to the 616 because of the adult nature of the Ult. line is probably just another of the many reasons the decision was made.
I understand why some are concern but Marvel seems very determine keeping the original Fury around. If all of you are really as big Nick Fury fans as you say make sure you pick up things he will be in. If the character makes enough money then there is no way Marvel can part with him. Also instead of seeing Marcus as a bad thing, maybe now is a time to view him as an opportunity to expand Fury's methos. See Marcus not as a threat but just another layer of Fury's history, story, and possibly future.(i.e. Dick Grayson to his Bruce Wayne an so on)
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He was in Secret Warriors, but wasn't really in the same role that Marcus is going to be used..and the Avengets 1959 book, which is a in the past title, that they could do...but I not sure how well received it was.