The books state that Havok is leader. The writer of the book states that Havok is the leader.
That actually doesn't matter at all. What the STORY states is what actually matters. I'd argue Cable and X-Force showed Havok as the leader better than what we've seen in UA so far...but that's only been two issues. I don't see why it is that big of a deal.
Last edited by Push You Down; 01-07-2013 at 04:23 PM.
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Uncanny Avengers #3 from the chart topping creative team of Rick Remender and John Cassaday! Just as the Red Skull uses his new powers to incite violence against mutants across the globe, the Scarlet Witch and Rogue make a terrible discovery that will haunt him forever! Can the Uncanny Avengers stop the Skull AND his feared S-Men in time?
As for Havok, I do tend to agree that he doesn't really come off like leader material here. Leaders aren't made by writer fiat, they have to prove themselves and win the respect of their teammates. If Remender keeps trying to tell us that Havok is in charge without effectively showing it, he's undermining his own story.
I hate to be Captain Obvious but we've only had two issues. There hasn't been enough time to show Havok's leadership qualities. Also, Remender hasn't been bashing us over the head with it in the books, just in interviews.