Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by payres, Oct 13, 2006.
So who do you think the traitor is who's giving the Goblin the stuff to neutralise the nanobots ?
Likely a rival of Starks. I don't know enough to speculate as to who. But there you go.
To my mind the 2 most obvious candidates are either Iron Man or Reed Richards.
Hank Pym's an outside possibility but that's sort of retreading old ground with his mental breakdown.
Iron Man's a distinct possiblity - him lying to the Illuminati about SHIELD being off way back in the discussing the Sentry issues of the Avenger has made me think he's got his own agenda for quite a while.
Reed having taken a plunge off the deep end would explain his recent out of character behaviour.
Titanium Man! Seriously though, I'd say an enemy of Stark and Tighty was last seen in Road to Civil War. *grasps at straws*
J. Jonah Jamieson.
At least I hope so, because he's one of the few people where'd I'd say "hey, that's pretty much in character!"
If it's Max Lord, I am never reading another comic book in my life.
Captain America....why, cause he's an asshole and dislikes Tony
I'm guessing it's either:
Parker - has the scientific background to disabled the nanites, though wouldn't call Osborn Norman normally.
Captain America - has the tech of SHEILD at his disposal and could have got someone in his camp to figure it out.
Iron Man - An obvious choice. Has the influence to move Osbron out of his cell, and disable the nanites. Plus he could be using the Civil War to hid his true intentions, though the darkened figure didn't have a beard in the last panel.
Nick Fury - Has went underground, has the tech of SHEILD at his disposal, could have pulled some strings to move Osborn and could use the fact that Osborn is not under the control of Stark to tip the favour back into Caps side.
What the hell are you guys all talking about? Did Imiss a Civil War tie-in or something?
Could be Zemo. He already gave Cap a key to the cells, so he could escape the prison being built in Thunderbolts a couple issues ago.
They're talking about Civil War Frontline #7 that came out this week. In it Green Goblin Norman Osborn is having a meeting with a mysterious man who says he will betray everyone. And that nobody in a million years would suspect him.
Harry Osborn? When the hell did he stop being dead? I knew Norman was back, but damn, Harry too?
My bad, I meant Norman. Fixed it.
Ah, see. Didn't read Frontline 7 yet.
I'm going with the real Thor being the traitor.
But Peter would NEVER side with Osborn in such a way. It's so utterly out of cjharacter I'm surprised it could cross anyone's mind.
Plus, where would he get the office?
I think that was Osborn's office.
Also could it be Prof. Xaiver?
Professor X is somewhere stuck in space for about 12 issues (its in its 4-5 issue now)
that's if, the X-Titles are CW-tie-ins.
Plus, Chuck aint got no powers no more.
and i bet the hidden person will be a big dissapointment....
Yeah I agree...I doubt Parker would be the traitor...it will be so totally out of character of him to do so.
Oh, okay. Mind you, it is Marvel, so it's not like Harry coming back is totally outside the realm of possibility.
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