"Doctor Voodoo, Avenger of the Supernatural" (Marvel, 2010) By Rick Remender and Jefte Palo
In recent years, Rick Remender has become Marvel's go-to creator when it comes to huge, sprawlingly epic storylines. Remender's imagination knows no boundaries, as he has proven in the past on "X-Force" and currently on "Uncanny Avengers" and "Captain America." Imagine what Remender could have done, then, if had had more time to explore the supernatural side of the Marvel Universe with then-Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Voodoo. In Brian Michael Bendis' "Avengers," Jericho Drumm was elevated to the position of Sorcerer Supreme of the Marvel U when Stephen Strange had to step aside. The stage was set, the perfect writer was in place just before he broke huge -- and the comic market said, "No." Marvel could have had a fascinating character tied to a number of cultures' magical folklore, a rich personality exploring boundless realms of ideas. Instead, readers got five issues and a boatload of unrealized potential.