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Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 at 07:42:20 am EST (Viewed 489 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Starlin INterview about his final THANOS trilogy
Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 at 12:48:26 am EST (Viewed 545 times)
Your forgot The Supreme Intelligence, who I believe DID resurrect him in Avengers vs. X-Men... only for him to die again.
I agree, there are plenty of ways for him to come back. And there are some interesting stories that could come from him, though I don't see Earthlings being where most of it would be.
I especially think that the return of Genis and Phyla would add interesting things. Especially his relationship with Genis, a larger call to arms for him out of inspiration... or even seeing his father as less than he thought he had been.
Would Marv have issues with some of the ways Genis lived his life and carried on his name?
What of his views on how Adam Warlock handled being Thanos de facto adversary, in Marv's absence?
What are his thoughts on the seeming (to me) lack of protector of the universe? Is it better for him to somehow ascend to Eon's place (is he still alive? I have seen him, but have no knowledge of his/her return)?
A relationship with the Silver Surfer and/or Warlock has potential.
MArv's response to a less cosmic and less together universe in the wake of Annihilation and Secret Wars.
HOWEVER, as I said, my gripe is two fold. One is that the story has to be as good as DoCM. By no means an easy task. Starlin wrote it as a way to deal with his father's death (along with his sickness in his Eerie series), so he may not be easy to get. However there are plenty of other talented writers. But it does need to be At least as good. That is what I am most adamant about... as if what I think matters to anyone.
The other problem (for me) is that Captain MArvel has been dead the whole time I have been reading comics. As I read Starlin's Amazing run, Englehart's underrated stories, and Moench's pretty decent tales, I knew he would die. It was a verey interesting way to read it.
It makes for a very interesting and strong reading. IN many ways, him coming back would almost be like UNcle BEn coming back.
But he ISN't Uncle Ben. It could happen.
I guess to make a way too long point short... I wouldn't suggest bringing Mar-Vell back. I wouldn't say I want it. I would say it was a bad idea. I would however pick it up if it was all done well. I would also be open.
Hope this makes sense