So Squadron Supreme was depicted as villains for most of Avengers Assemble season 2. I've been thinking, and this is just me, but given their villainous behavior and actions, I don't think that the team the Avengers fought in those episodes were Squadron Supreme at all. I believe they were really Squadron Sinister. Looking at the concept's comics history, it could make sense, and the show's writers are probably saving that lil' revelation for a later season. What do you think?
On today's edition of 'Celebrity Boxing', we pit together a master comic book artist and a fan-favorite football player-turned-coach in the most unusual fight ever concocted. You decide, folks--who wins in the ring:
Legendary comic artist, Spider-Man co-creator, and J.D. Salinger of the comics industry Steve Ditko?
Three-time Super Bowl champ and 11-year coach for the Chicago Bears Mike Ditka?
So who wins, people: Ditko or Ditka?Like Linda Richman once said, "DISCUSS!"
On that Mockingbird thing with the jar, there is a bit of precedent--Eleanor Sherman, the mother of the titular character in 'The Critic', keeps a jar labled 'Bullets', right next to identical jars for sugar and flour. She also keeps her revolver in the freezer, for that matter...