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Subj: Oh man, I guess I'm way out of touch with Thor, more than I thought. They run together in my mind I guess.
Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 at 06:29:26 pm EDT (Viewed 6 times)
Reply Subj: It's not one that requires a conensus on. Blood & Thunder was never retconned, thus is in continuity.
Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 at 06:25:36 pm EDT (Viewed 68 times)
Thanks, by the way.
But still, you mentioned a reset that jumpstarted a new series for Thor. Is a reset like a retcon? Are things changed significantly enough to equate? Or is a reset kinda like marvel's way of doing what DC does with their many retcons?
Quote:do you think that massive reality or time manipulation events should count towards continuity?
Also, I thought that when Rune Thor was convinced that what he did wasn't right, that reality/time, was changed so that he could go back to a previous time and make a different decision so that future wouldn't happen?
That wasn't Rune Thor, it was from Jurgen's run when Thor first received the Odin power known as the Reigning. In that one the timeline was reset so the events are more or less meaningless. In Oeming's Ragnarok - the story featuring Rune Thor - nothing of the sort happened, and the events of that story led directly into the current relaunch.