Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
He was loved.

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Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 at 09:05:05 pm EST (Viewed 649 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 at 08:39:34 am EST (Viewed 677 times)

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When he was here in Detroit a few years ago, he was selling a book, that I couldn't afford.

He said it explained why he would never work for Marvel again.

I;m not sue the guy who wrote a story called Marvel: THE END, that sacrificed Thanos... just to use him again in a planned ongoing series, which referenced THE END, is very firm on the word "final."

I am interested on what he does with Eros. He is right, they never did much with him (that I can recall at least) and what they hae done only rarely interested me.

He has treaded the Thanos ground so many times, i am excited what he does with a character he barely touched.



Well Eros was a tertiary character at best and his run with the Avengers was not that memorable so yeah some development for him would be nice.

THE END mini series and all other THE END stories were alternate timelines that didn't affect the main MU but it did give Starlin a chance to create the "starlin-verse" where his subsequent Thanos/warlock stories would occur.

But as I recall he has clashed with editorial before over things such as the direction with Thanos and left as a result but time passes, Editor in Chief changes and money talks.

Now if Starlin would do a resurrection of Mar-Vell story before he leaves Marvel.....


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