ShadowPrime said:I don't think the Hulk, in nearly any incarnation, works well in a team book. The "rampaging" Hulk, and certainly the Ultimates Hulk (pre whatever is going on in the Hulk/Wolverine book, where he seems to have "intelligence!), is too out of control to make sense as a team player. I think this was nicely handled in the ULTIMATES run to date... by not having the team face a new super-villain every issue, the Hulk could be trotted out only for the BIG events (in the first case, as a menace for the team to bring down, in the second case, to help bring down the alien invaders). But day to day, etc... I just can't see it.
I think Fury will at least be demoted. I doubt they'll kill him (at least officially, underground Nick Fury is kind of appealing), but there has to be somebody to take the blame for the country being overrun.Dr.Strangefate said:Fury dies or is fired, and the Ultimates leave SHIELD, becoming the Ultimate Avengers, under the leadership of Tony Stark. That, or Tony Stark becomes director of SHIELD (which Im not sure I'd like).
I wouldn't say under Tony's leadership, Cap would definite;y be the leader. But more like under his organizationUltimateSpiderBuggy said:I think Fury will at least be demoted. I doubt they'll kill him (at least officially, underground Nick Fury is kind of appealing), but there has to be somebody to take the blame for the country being overrun.
More than likely is the Ultimates go under Tony Stark's leadership and Fury is relegated to a lower role for the time being.
I actually didn't mean Tony for field leader, meant Cap, sorry, should have specified that.Dr.Strangefate said:Cap would be a field leader, not an organizational strategical leader....
And anyways, do you think Thor would be on a Captain America led team? How about Bruce Banner?
Ultimate Captain America is too driven by his own anger to take complete charge.
Random said:Thor would totally be on a team with Cap, as long as its separated from the govt. Thor has a large respect for Cap