By Philip Schweier
April 20, 2016 - 13:17
When the Fantastic Four takes down that giant robot, Reed Richards calls them to come disassemble it and clear the streets of Manhattan. When the X-Mansion gets attacked yet again, Professor X calls them to restore the Danger Room to like-new. They bill the likes of Tony Stark and Nick Fury for all their high-tech toys
After their first mini-series, Damage Control returned again over the next few years. Their last major appearance was in World War Hulk Aftersmash in 2008. I think it arguable to say they could be a key component of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the MCU strives to be grounded in the “real world,” it makes sense that it would need Damage Control to handle the clean up following the Ch’tauri invasion, the Ultron fiasco and whatever fallout occurs in Civil War.
I hope to see it soon. I can even imagine the logo for the series.
Praise and adulation? Scorn and ridicule? Email me at email@example.com
Damage #1 comics review
Arrow Damaged Review
Damaged/Hollow Point FLIPBOOK
The Damaged #1