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jazzbass6

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Vidar

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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Subj: Re: Prediction for the Thor book and Marvel in general
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 04:25:20 pm EST (Viewed 178 times)
Reply Subj: Prediction for the Thor book and Marvel in general
Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 at 04:17:46 pm EST (Viewed 291 times)

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Sales will continue to dwindle and DC will continue to dominate Marvel's lame properties. On the upside, Alonso was fired and no one at Marvel's had a supporting to word to say about him. There's nothing like staring into your own extinction to focus one's priorities and personal agendas, eh 'liberals'. Liberal as long as you agree with them. I don't want an alternative, just an agenda free entertainment please.

Aaron's been dragging things out because he doesn't have any ideas. There's glimpses that Marvel publishing is starting to sort itself out. Waid is back on Cap. What we need is JMS back on the book BADLY, with the promise that there'd be no more 'event' interference from Bendis either \:\) Or Walt. Never though 'or' would preface Walt, but it's almost too much to ask. If Marvel want to capitalise on their big selling MCU property they need to dump Aaron fast and get back on track with a quality writer who understands the character of Thor and knows where to take him.
Vidar

Agreed, but I think Abnett and Lanning would be cool with Scott Eaton on art. Their Thor/Iron Man God Complex was great. Also, Abnett's He-man was way more "Thor" than anything Ass Clown Aaron has written, and that's including TGoT. Bringing back the team of Oeming and DiVito would also work.


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