A Fantasy Comic League Multiversal Check-In: June 2017

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Hey y’all, Agent Martineau here. After the colossal month that was May, June slowed things down a bit: the Secret Empire kept things moving along slowly without future civilian casualty, the Defenders hit the streets in style, and the X-Men returned to their regular status quo of facing threats from all sides.

Agent Swampy emerged as the pack leader, with a powerful team consisting of both Spider-Men, Deadpool, and Captain Hydra himself. Swampy took the month with 84 points, 60 of which were split evenly between Spidey and Pool.

Agent Martineau was hot on his tail, but his powerhouse team of Cage, Hulk, Wasp, and Raccoon fell significantly short at 68 points.

Last month’s winner, Agent Hyrup, stuck to her feminist guns and drafted another team of female heroes. Jones, Grey, Danvers, and Pryde managed to score her third place with 50 points; beating Agent Diaz’s by a single point. His team rode on the coattails of Old Man Logan, much to his chagrin, since Ms. Marvel and Thor have both been stellar heroes in prior months who fell hard during June.

And on the bottom end of the scale, Agent Adam managed to break twenty points this month thanks to a strong performance from Riri Williams, that was hampered by her other teammates: Black Bolt, Wolverine, and Moon Girl.

League Standing (and Twitter Handles)

Agent Swampy- 4 point (@swampy19)

Agent Hyrup- 4 points (@LoriHyrup)

Agent Martineau- 4 points (@ShaunMartineau)

Agent Diaz- 2 point (@xiphoniii)

Agent Adam- 0 points (@adameastment)

Congrats again to league Veteran Agent Swampy on his powerful victory this month.

 

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