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One of the first few books they introduce is Cosmic Ghostrider?

I mean I get the character's appeal within in the context of the Thanos book, I guess. But of all the characters they could be writing about is this the correct one? It stinks like Gwenpool all over again. And god only knows how that last 25 issues.

It's a limited series. This is a quirky idea which is why it's best left as a limited series.

As long as it stays a limited series I have no problem.

Marvel has clearly run of ideas so they might as well just keep recycling storylines or giving us these awkward 2 character/genre mash ups like Cosmic Punisher and Gwenpool.

I eagerly await these illogical new titles:

Tomb of Aunt May (Aunt May is queen of the vampires)
Ultron and the Nightstalkers
Luke Cage herald of Galactus
The Immortal Ironpaw (Lockjaw is the new Iron Fist)
Amphibian by Night (Namor becomes a sea monster every full moon)
Black Panther Sorcerer Supreme (he would look dope with a cape though)
Captain America & Alpha Flight (Cap doesn't like Trump so he moves to Canada)
Ka-Zar in the Wild West
Conan the Barbarian 2099
Venom Rider Wolverine (the younger version from the past of a clone of a nephew of an alternate reality Wolverine robot that got infected with a symbiote after he became the Ghost Rider...duh)

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