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Subj: Re: Well, it was nice to have a diverse Marvel for a few years...too bad that's going to change
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 12:01:14 pm EST (Viewed 101 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Well, it was nice to have a diverse Marvel for a few years...too bad that's going to change
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 06:00:42 am EST (Viewed 120 times)



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    Regardless of the issue of diversity, we currently have Logan, Old Man Logan, Lauran, Daken, Jimmy Hudson, and now Gabby all running around the same time and place with claws on their hands.


I think Marvel is trying to replicate the Bat Family. I remember the old days when a person could buy a Bat Family or a Superman Family giant-size comic. I liked those days. I would buy a Wolverine Family giant-size comic.

In any case, I'm interested in all of the above characters except Old Man Logan, who has never been anything but a stand-in for classic Logan. I'm all in for Laura and Gabby. I'm on the fence regarding Daken but I'm teetering toward liking him. Jimmy Hudson interests me because he seems to lack the single-mindedness of the others. He seems more like a normal person.

Let's not forget Weapon H. I love that guy and hope to see him again soon.


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    Thats just stupid, and cheapens the idea of these characters being unique or interesting.



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    The same applies to a lesser degree to most of Marvels most popular characters. Having multiple versions of them active at the same time only makes them less interesting.








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