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bd2999

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Jeff Harey

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Subj: Re: The End of Marvel's Legacy
Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 at 03:02:59 pm EST (Viewed 258 times)
Reply Subj: The End of Marvel's Legacy
Posted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 at 11:18:15 am EST (Viewed 422 times)



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    I remember after Crisis Of Infinite Earths that two creators/contributors to the old DC Multiverse, Gardner Fox and E. Nelson Bridwell, died soon after and DC didn't care enough to send representation to the latter's funeral.
    I guess the regime behind Marvel will be as callous to their remaining founding fathers/key contributors Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, John Romita, Sr. and Roy Thomas. Why not, since they are destroying their legacy?
    It makes me wonder why Marvel bothered settling with the Kirby estate since they are cancelling FF/destroying the rest of Kirby's co-legacy.


Considering nothing has happened yet I do not see why anybody is getting worked up over nothing. I think there will be the collapsing of realities and then be shifted back.

The FF thing is sort of dumb for the reasons that they did it. But it is not like the series has been that good in a while. Hickman's run was pretty good but since then Fractions was pretty forgettable and so on.

Never fully understood the devotion to Kirby either. The guy was great and great at what he did but given his work is part of the MU it exists outside of him.




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