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Subj: Re: Chuck Dixon Question Poll!
Posted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 at 09:42:09 pm EDT (Viewed 44 times)
Reply Subj: Chuck Dixon Question Poll!
Posted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 at 07:36:27 pm EDT (Viewed 72 times)

> Since learning of Dixon's firing over at DC, me and my buddy started thinking of perfect books he could write for Marvel, and guess what, there's not that many to choose from.
> We narrowed it down to a few.
> 1. Hawkeye (ongoing)

No. I've never really enjoyed Hawkeye solos. I think he's tailor made for group membership.

> 2. Gambit (Ongoing)

Only if it's called Gambit: The End or Death of Gambit!

> 3. Black Panther (Ongoing)- I know that there's a new book running, but i think he would suit the title perfectly.

Budgect cuts mean I no longer follow Hudlin's book but he's doing so good I'd hate to see him canned, especially to give the book to someone else who was canned!

> 4. Iron Man ( Ongoing)- Same comment above

Yes. Iron Man, Director of SHIELD would be perfect for Dixon's talents!

> 5. Wolverine ( Ongoing)- Way to many Wolverine books, but same comment above.

Can you imagine a Wolverine book that was routinely readable rather than occasionally?

> 6. Thunderbolts (ongoing)

I'd put Fabian back there as an apology for taking his book away to give it to someone allegedly cooler...

> 7. Moon Night (ongoing)- Same as above.

Meh. Not even Dixon could get this book past another eighteen months...

> Anyone else think of any other books he could write?

He could take over Ultimate X-Men. Maybe part of why it's so boring and stuck in retreads of 616 stories is that none of the writers used have a non-X-Men thing about their writing style. It could take a Chuck Dixon to really make this book pop as different from the 616 counterparts!

> Thoughts?
> Echo

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