Marvel Team-Up #46
Issue(s): Marvel Team-Up #46
Not a lot to look at from our perspective. Spidey teams-up with Deathlok but doesn't like his lethal methods or the fact that he's fighting mind-controlled children, so he tells Deathlok to take his fight to the guy causing all the problems, which is presumably what Deathlok does in Astonishing Tales #36.
It's a decent story and i liked that panel above with Spidey asking about himself.
Quality Rating: C
Chronological Placement Considerations: Spidey is still traveling through time and shouldn't appear in any other books until his return to the present day in Marvel Two-In-One #17. Not including Deathlok in the Characters Appearing since he's a time-travel "local" but he appears here during Astonishing Tales #36.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
You know seeing that Deathlok was from 1990 and by then we would have Cable and a whole bunch of bizarre Liefeldian monstrosities (and Deadpool), I sort of wonder if this was really someone seeing into the future of what comic books of the time would be like.
(boy it's going to be fun when you get to Liefeld)
Posted by: Ataru320 | May 19, 2013 5:46 PM
Shouldn't Deathlok be listed as a character appearing?
Posted by: Robert | November 22, 2014 5:46 PM
Fnord currently has a policy of not tracking future, historical, or alternate-universe characters when they are in their own time/dimension. I was recently reminded of this due to the Deathlok/Coldblood discussion.
Posted by: cullen | November 22, 2014 7:06 PM
The cubes used by the cannibals don't appear in Deathlok's main series, and the confrontation with Ryker mentioned on the last page had already happened by the time this was published(which Mantlo had to know about, as he replaced Doug Moench as scripter.)
Posted by: Mark Drummond | January 11, 2015 11:00 AM
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