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The keychain goes through security when Hank enters the building, we see the security officer handing it back to him after it has presumably been scanned. Hank knows this will be the case and the chances are biological matter would have shown up when Scott passed through. It's also worth noting that Scott... and all the ants... enter through a way that ...


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I have a hazy memory of it, but I sure do know that only Quill has a bounty on his head. Gamora, just said she has a reputation (a bad one at that) by following Thanos' orders.


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As you say, Blade has gone through a few transformations and retcons and tweaks. I'm going to cite his first ever appearance in Tomb of Dracula #10 (1973). The slang and manner Blade is speaking sounds more like a comic book writer's idea of the "mean streets of America" than "south of London cockney" (or "BBC posh"). Also ...


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They are the same. Yahweh is like an avatar of One Above All. One Above All created Heaven and angels and his principal home is Heaven so they are the same entity. One above all can to be what He wants and one of his face is like Yahweh


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Earth is connected to dozens of powerful magical sources like Asguard. So if he takes over Earth he has access to unlimited magic and an army of mind controlled superheroes.


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It's only blending camouflage in the comics, not full invisibility, so it doesn't tend to hold up as well mid-combat, or with observers from multiple angles.


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Until recently, there wasn't a definitive answer to this question. Siefer posted a scan from Black Panther Vol 3 #48, where 'Magneto' states that the vibranium micro-weave in Black Panther's costume prevented him from affecting the iron in T'Challa's blood. This implies that Magneto's powers don't work on vibranium. However, the 'Magneto' T'Challa ...


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When Steve goes back through time to return the various stones (including the one that's going back to Asgard) he takes Mjolnir with him. It seems highly likely that the goal was to return it to its appropriate place in time. Per the film script. BUCKY BARNES (CONT'D): Gonna miss you, buddy. STEVE: It’s going to be okay, Buck. [Steve picks up Mjolnir and ...


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Steve takes Mjolnir back with him to 2013 when he returns the Reality Stone back to the moment it was taken in that timeline so it never actually leaves 2013. You can see he carries it to the platform with him and it is seen at his feet before he jumps back.


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Perhaps the timeline is meant to be the way it is? Let me clarify. And its gonna use a bit of time travel. So the basic principle under this theory is that what the Avengers perceived as Time Travel was actually them travelling to an alternate universe where time runs behind ours. That is, in that universe, the battle of New York was the present for the ...


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In Infinity War, they discuss that changing the past will create a new branch of the timeline, but it will not change your present. That's why they had to return the Infinity Stones to exactly when they were taken, so that the branches would be closed off. I don't have the exact quote but it was the major point of Banner's discussion with The Ancient One ...


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I'm assuming you are talking about this book since you initially said Marvel's Civil War graphic novel. If that is the book you are referencing, then it contains all issues, #1-7, of the Marvel Civil War Comic Event. There are however various comics that tie into the story line and a sequel series, Marvel Civil War II. All that being said, I own a copy of ...


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Last occasion I saw the webbing was issue 99 page 13. After that, at the end of issue 100 Parker gets two extra pairs of arms that rip through the side of his suit. Although the arm-pit webbing isn't mentioned, I imagine Spidey just didn't repair the webbing once Dr Connors helped get rid of his extra arms


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That was quite literally the point of the 'Reapers', genetically modified vampires without the weaknesses of normal vampires, created by splicing altered vampire DNA with Blade's own highly resistant 'daywalker' DNA That being said, given the novelty of Blade's EDTA weapons, presumably resistance to it was a coincidence rather than something that was being ...


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That's because Eli Damaskinos, the creator of the reapers, genetically engineered them to be superior to vampires in every way. One of his focuses was the removal of all the weaknesses common vampires had. It is never stated how exactly he removed/reduced each weakness (that would slow the pace of the movie down). (Perhaps a bone case around the heart, ...


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In the most recent wolverine comic, a muramasa cut through the Adamantium reinforce skin of solem.


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1. I thought it was going to be Beast, but it's not. X-Men Beast is a founding member of the X-Men in X-Men #1 (Sep 1963). He remains a member of the team until they stop printing new issues as of issue #66 in March 1970: https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/X-Men_Vol_1_66 It's mentioned in passing in Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975) that Beast had at some point ...


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In the comics, there've been various references to Peter upgrading his base webbing formula over the years. Although most of the time, these upgrades were spoken of in the past tense, so we can't pinpoint exactly when all of them were implemented, or quite how many there were in total. Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 #56 Fantastic Four Vol 1 #207 Peter Parker, The ...


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In the MCU at least Peter is always changing the web formula. In Spider-Man: Homecoming we see him working on "Web Fluid 3.01". This of course indicates he has been changing it over the months/years to improve it. We specifically see him creating this new version as well:


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