Do you wanna know the top 5 Marvel team brands that could be brought back? Check out this rundown.
West Coast Avengers
With a larger number of Avengers groups circling than you can shake a stick at, it’s a ponder that the primary turn off group, the West Coast Avengers, hasn’t been restored yet. It might be that the idea is a tad bit of a relic – why does a worldwide Avengers group require a West Coast branch? – or it might be that the right thought hasn’t gone along.
Heroes For Hire
The first Heroes For Hire Iron Fist and Luke Cage are back together in one title, yet they’re not precisely selling their administrations now. Still, if their re-established organization goes well, maybe they could consider resuscitating their exemplary endeavor in which individuals can enlist their own particular superheroes.
With the name being utilized on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., it’s a ponder the Secret Warriors haven’t effectively made a rebound in Marvel Comics. In spite of the fact that it won’t not be conceivable to restore the group as they initially existed, as Nick Fury’s mystery superhero group, there’s now a seed for how another group could begin in the Marvel Universe.
X-Factor began as a group that rejoined the first five X-Men. Keeping in mind later incarnations saw the gathering as government agents, private specialists, and even an organization, maybe the way to bringing back the admired brand is to do a reversal to the roots, and make it a safe house for a more great X-Men line-up, or if nothing else a title free of current mutant legislative issues.
Excalibur was most likely the second strangest X-Men turn off the group of the 80’s and 90’s. It transplanted a few X-Men backbones to the United Kingdom where they got together with Captain Britain and Meggan to go on odd, infinite, between dimensional experiences.