jtg3885 said:Okay, I'll agree to that one. I just think things all the way through, hence my objection to him being able to identify it as a Hulk-ing.
Dr.Strangefate said:Loki isnt going to appear until he needs to.
TheManWithoutFear said:after reading Hitch's interview and knowing Murdock is gonna be in this issue... I'm like sweating waiting for it to come out ...
Goodwill said:What're you thinking? That his suit will be spraypainted on or something? Or, are you thinking that he may have a larger role than Millar is putting on?
Dr.Strangefate said:Loki is turning people against Thor. The Hulk isn't loki, that doesn't really make sense... What would the benefit be?
Dr.Strangefate said:Stark is uncharacteristically against Thor, thats Loki
Thor is doubting his own Godhood after the Volstagg incident, thats Loki
Top Security Files from the US Government get into the Press' hands (so people blame Thor), thats Loki
Dr.Strangefate said:And as for the Hulk, he'll be killed simply because we all think Millar won't do it. You think the government can't make another strong guy? Perhaps Ultimate Doc Samson and Ultimate Abomination are on the way. But I think Banner's on his way out of the UU.
TheManWithoutFear said:No Loki and Hulk are not the same it would've been hinted at with Xavier's session... something would've came up...
odie1kenobi75 said:I agree, but I'm certain that Loki might have influenced some of the Hulk's actions during his rampage, since Loki is the god of mischief, evil and all.
odie1kenobi75 said:Also, nothing against Matt Murdock or anything, but even if Murdock accepts Nick Fury's request to defend Bruce Banner at the trial, I think there will be some conflict between Banner and Murdock. Basically, what I'm getting at is I think Banner would like to have someone in his corner that he can truly trust, and I don't think that Murdock is that person. I mean, it would be difficult for anyone to defend an individual like the Hulk after he killed all those people without any remorse, no matter what they present as their defense.
odie1kenobi75 said:Off and on, but not lately.
TheManWithoutFear said:Then please get a feel for what Murdock is all about... I don't see Murdock doing anything but being helpful to Banner...
odie1kenobi75 said:I understand that, but my earlier comment was made in reference from Banner's point of view. He's been locked away in the Triskelion after committing two rampages through New York City, and now that his secret is exposed, everyone affected by his actions wants his head on a silver platter. The only person Banner can really confide in has been Pym, who I might add is still not in very good standing with the team after his altercations with the Wasp and Captain America. If I were in Banner's shoes, I would have a difficult time figuring out who I could really trust in helping me based on the current situation.
TheManWithoutFear said:Well if that's the way Banner is gonna think he might as well give up and not trust anyone... I don't think Banner is going to get worked up over this trial... although I could be wrong but some reason I picture him sitting there taking the beating until maybe the end of it...