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http://www.comicvine.com/the-amazing-spider-man-425-the-chump-the-challenge/4000-64461/

Back when Steve Skroce was doing Spiderman. What an awesome unique artist, who seemed to drop off the map. wonder what happened to him?

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@iragexcudder said:

@stambo42: he can't depower Starks suit, it's run by an element not electricity.

I haven't touched this a physics text book since I was 18, but the element is't running the suit, it's producing the energy that runs the suit. I'm assuming that energy is electromagnetic, I guess it could be nuclear (not sure how fundimentally different that is) as well, in which case maybe Electro couldn't hijack it, but since at one point this thing was keeping his heart going I assumed it was electromagnetic in nature. Since Stark absorbs energy from Thor and Vanko, I'm assuming the energy it runs on is electromagnetic.

also: http://scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/45593/how-much-power-does-iron-mans-mark-42-suit-need

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@shinjiro said:

Avengers. Iron Man an War Machine are MVPs here. Bloodlusted they will just nuked them with heavy weapons, especially War Machines, and then only electro and maybe the green goblin could be a problem. Goblin gets beaten down fast and Tony would probably come out with something to take down electro.

You think Tony would be able to do this before Electro drained all the juice out of both his and Rhodey's suits? Personally, I don't even think the Goblin would put up resistance to thier full on assault, but unless given time to figure something out and the means to make good on that something, I'm not seeing how Electro gets taken out.

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Wait how would electro even be a problem? You have tony stark who is way smarter than spiderman who used his smarts to beat electro well Gwen helped but still

Peter did this with prep. I'm sure Tony could figure out the route to beating him, but I'm not imagining he would have the time and resources to do this on the fly, mid battle.

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@rolandalderas:

It might feed him, if it's part of the electromagnetic spectrum. In the movie Spiderman only beats him by overloading him, so Tony would need to be unloading an amount of energy comparable to that entire powerplant or whatever it was the Peter was flooding him with. Otherwise He could probably just reform himself from any damage the blasts did, he's a being of pure energy. My imagining is that Thor could potentially pull something with controlling the electricity that makes up his body...

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Without Prep I don't see how any of them, even Tony can take down Electro. Maybe Thor could, but he's not here.

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I cried about four times towards the end of Sandman.

Towards the end of the Dark Angel Saga when she says "My Hero"

I forget if I cried, but I know I has a strong emotional reaction in Hickman's FF when Reed is told that some things are consistent across all universes, and he always goes through the door.

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I would really like to see Marvel produce a story that didn't hinge on time travel as a plot device.

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I would have been more interested in a black Reed Richards.

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I think Thor works better as a serialized character, and comics are a serial medium.

I've long been of the opinion the Superman is an exceptional character in a finite setting, but he looses interest/focus when you spread him out. Stories like Red Son and All-Star Superman are great because they can tell stories with a beginning middle and end,even if All-Star is often a clever and romantic tribute to the absurdities that became of his serial nature. The strange visitor from another planet flourishes in a three part story that ends in tragedy.