S.H.I.E.L.D. divisions don’t learn from their mistakes …


Marvel’s Greatest Tactical Errors: Day Five

Mere weeks after a humiliating attack from the “Pin Ball Wizard,” a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier fails to adopt new protocols and is breached by Rogue, who after swinging by the Funspot and absorbing the prowess hairstyle of Billy Mitchell confounds the mighty spies with a quarter. She is later heard muttering, “If Wolvie and the Tin Man can have the ‘Fastball Special,” Ah can have the ‘Pac-Man Fevah.’”

Proving that no good espionage lesson can go unshared by divisions, a S.H.I.E.L.D. day spa is compromised by “Joy Stick Heroes” Fred Savage and Christian Slater in 1989. The two are later sued by Janice Olivia Yanizeski, who unwisely seeks the profits from “Hollow Man 2” and “Welcome to Mooseport.”

Rogue Gets Pac-Man Fever

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