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The best Eddie Brock/Venom story lines by Hugh Sibbertuck - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 15:07:13 EST ID:LYkzF5Av No.42594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are the best comic books of Eddie as Venom?
P.S. Don't post any Flash Thompson shit!
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Fanny Weblingfield - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 11:16:29 EST ID:8UvcAJvy No.42983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's the better quality version of that picture
Simon Gagglelock - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:31:09 EST ID:JI9EW6tq No.43096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eddie is back, bitches!
Walter Mengermat - Wed, 10 May 2017 21:34:36 EST ID:DHG4Qdh4 No.43116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't really care if it's Eddie, Lee, Flash, Mac, whoever... The symbiote is the real start of the show now IMO. I've been enjoying the series (praised the first issue, lost some steam but still pretty good). The one thing I don't get is Eddie Brock's morality... Maybe they explain it in the upcoming issue, am I wrong or is Eddie not the type to merc a government security type in cold blood to get the symbiote back?... Also doesn't Eddie hate "Venom"? I know a lot of stuff has happened over the years but I thought he was more happy about the Anti Venom situation than the original suit.
David Gengerlotch - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 05:30:36 EST ID:4Gje/d17 No.43179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I liked Shiver as a kid. Venom literally rapes someone, well...the symbiote rapes someone. And Idk if it's even the same symbiote as "venom" anyway but still. Fucking hardcore. Happens off panel too though. But what can you expect? It's marvel. Anyway shiver is basically The Thing, but with Venom. It starts bonding with people, controlling them/making them mad with power, and then using them up so fast they die and it needs a new host. It pairs with "Run", where Venom fuses with wolverine, the only one who can survive as a host because he heals as fast as venom feeds on him.
Shitting Worthingstone - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 16:02:27 EST ID:7f7iNCvB No.43256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eddie is the best one

Spirou & Fantasio by Noik Noim - Wed, 25 May 2016 12:30:11 EST ID:YaPhTZBh No.41992 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone knows where I can get the complete collection
of Spirou and Fantasio?
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Jack Hovingshit - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 20:15:56 EST ID:dJKLUw9z No.42402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Britain obviously wasn't insulated from the American market by the war, and consequently they're joined at the hip with America as far as comic culture goes.
Ruben Klosure - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 17:07:36 EST ID:lMqq0FSj No.42413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>thinking the germans didn't develop an own comic-culture

Werner-Comics, Ottifanten, Horrorschocker, Fix & Foxi ...

just to name a few.
Ebenezer Duckham - Mon, 18 Jul 2016 22:39:31 EST ID:dJKLUw9z No.42420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A bunch of random cartoons isn't the same as having a solid tradition, IMO.
Undestructable Wishcoins - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:10:43 EST ID:ePyNtzR2 No.43239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Everything from Franquin rocks!
Walter Chattingfudge - Thu, 27 Jul 2017 05:05:15 EST ID:wbtRO3ei No.43245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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He did some pretty dark (yet funny) stuff too

What's your porn star name? by Reuben Lightville - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 20:25:54 EST ID:Za/T8rxn No.43219 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Take the name of your first pet and follow it with the street you grew up on. That's your porn star name. I'll go first. Let's see my first pet... my name would be Pussy Fucking.

Boy I am fond of the days on Fucking drive, playing manhunt with the other Fucking kids. The whole Fucking neighborhood... and my cat pussy!

I loved pussy, still do to this day! I get tears in my eyes just thinking about pussy. I miss playing with pussy... I can still feel the hairs. on my hands and brushing against my face. It's been too long since I had pussy in my life. Especially when I was growing into my teen years, pussy was the only thing that would calm me down. Pussy wasn't always there when I was needed affection, but I suppose that's just the nature of the beast.
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Reuben Lightville - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 20:27:11 EST ID:Za/T8rxn No.43220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ohhh I thought this was a board for comedians
Cedric Chunderwell - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 22:34:08 EST ID:2SnEqKDr No.43221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cool story bro, nb.
Cornelius Hullerway - Thu, 06 Jul 2017 11:13:47 EST ID:OOjubTde No.43222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
*ba-dum tishhhhhh*

What should i rad next? by Fanny Claydock - Tue, 16 May 2017 09:45:37 EST ID:+/l4Wjns No.43122 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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On my to read list:
>Saga, Vol. 1
>Brass Sun: The Wheel of Worlds
>Batman: The Night of the Owls
>Judge Dredd: Apocalypse War (or The Complete Case Files Vol. 1)
>Preacher, Volume 1: Gone to Texas
>Astro City, Vol. 5: Local Heroes
>The Thanos Quest
>The Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 3
>Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever
>Fables, Vol. 1: Legends in Exile
>Top 10, Vol. 1
>Low, Vol. 3: Shore of the Dying Light
>Wasteland, Book 1: Cities in Dust
>Prophet, Volume 1: Remission
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Fanny Henkindot - Fri, 19 May 2017 12:19:48 EST ID:OOjubTde No.43127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Scratch that, just noticed Thanos Quest.
It's short, fun and accessible, which is why it gets recommended on its own as a self-contained mind-trip, but it's slap bang in the middle of an epic some 30 years long so you miss out on a lot of context that would make it even better.
As an introduction to the character himself, it cannot be topped. He's been tempered by those first 15 years of experience and not yet condensed by the following 15, striking the perfect balance of complexity & penetrability. But if you have the time, and want to know the WHOLE story, maybe try out his first two arcs first (Quest is the introduction to his 3rd).
Both were published in the 70s. There was his feud with Mar-Vell, and shortly after that his tussle with Adam Warlock. Both storylines featured the Avengers heavily and had issues scattered all over the place, but Marvel compiled it all into "Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin" and "Warlock by Jim Starlin" if you can find them. Alternatively there's an "Avengers vs Thanos" TPB which condenses both into ~1000 pages. It skips some of the Marv/Adam context but includes every issue Thanos appeared in, including one or two that Marv & Adam didn't.

You know what? Read Thanos Quest. If you like it and want to know what happens next, read the classic stuff first. It'll give you all the backstory for what you just read and all the context you need for what follows. Plus Quest's short enough that if you wanted you could read it again with that new context in mind before starting on Infinity Gauntlet.
Basil Nickleville - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 12:39:46 EST ID:dWjl+hqg No.43205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
love the image you posted. where's it from?

also came here to ask the name of a comic i'm looking for. it's not a big two publication. it's sort of like suicide squad inspired there's even a character that looks like deadshot but it's an underground comic that got famous. just forgot the name of it.
Jenny Blatherson - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 13:30:00 EST ID:NoPKT8XZ No.43206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Avengers Geoff Johns run
>Morrison new x men
>Kingdom Come
>Green Lantern Will World, Emerald Dawn, Emerald Dawn 2
John Pangertadge - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 14:53:02 EST ID:OOjubTde No.43215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
90% sure it's an issue Warlock & The Infinity Watch. The monthly comic that spun out of Infinity Gauntlet. Likely one of the tie-in issues to Infinity Gauntlet's sequel, Infinity War.
Nota Bene: Infinity Gauntlet marked a big turning point for Marvel as a company & as a setting. Too much continuity, too little freedom, too many investors etc. meant something had to change. Some even claim Gauntlet itself is a story about the death of old-school Marvel. Point being, the period that pic's from is a whole 'nother animal from the period everything I splurged about in the last post is from. After Gauntlet there's Watch, then War, then Crusade, then Abyss, then Revelation/Relativity/Entity/Finale, plus the Malibu Comics crossover, plus Marvel The End, plus Thanos' 12 issue ongoing, plus the whole Marvel Cosmic renaissance... Things get complex, impenetrable, and unfortunately a lot less meaningful. Starlin even wrote in a "Thanos made clones" subplot to explain why other writers kept ignoring his character development. So if you're interested, adjust your expectations.

No idea what comic you want but it makes me think Mark Millar. Wanted, maybe?
Hedda Worthingville - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 19:59:33 EST ID:6o012Ass No.43216 Report Quick Reply
There's a bunch of torrents that have things in proper reading order, I just got one last week and read all the first Thanos appearances where he fights Iron Man and Captain Marvel.

Bullseye by Clara Greengold - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 15:56:59 EST ID:7hsmeluk No.43209 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have never read any of his appearances or leads anyone know where to read ?
Nell Sicklefet - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 16:23:37 EST ID:6o012Ass No.43210 Report Quick Reply
Frank Miller's run on Daredevil introduces Bullseye, Kingpin, and Elektra. Start there for backstory and origins and then I doubt there's much chronology, you can prob bounce around. He likely dies and gets resurrected a bunch of times like all Marvel villains.
Nell Sicklefet - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 16:24:26 EST ID:6o012Ass No.43211 Report Quick Reply
Actually, Kingpin might have been already established in Spider-Man by another writer, but Miller fleshed him out and created the other two characters.
Frederick Giblingshit - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 01:13:25 EST ID:VEuqFKdz No.43212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kingpin had been a well established Stan Lee-era Spider-Man villain long before Miller took over Daredevil.
But I guess Miller is responsible for molding him into the iconic, cold blooded, scheming, shadowy boss of literally all criminals in NYC, who remains beyond the reach of law enforcement. Before that, he was just a generic mob boss/supervillain character who just happened to be big and fat with a fancy white suit.
Oliver Turveyville - Mon, 03 Jul 2017 15:13:10 EST ID:6o012Ass No.43213 Report Quick Reply
Yeah, I should have known that, I recently read Kingpin's very first appearance in a Spiderman comic by Stan Lee. I was baked when reading, but I'm pretty sure the Green Goblin was somehow involved. Also, Peter lays some heavy fat-shaming in his jibes, no wonder Kingpin is always so angry.

feel free... by Hugh Fosslewater - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 22:38:00 EST ID:wpEV1/UO No.43184 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fixing the X-Men by Nell Grimwater - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 18:29:04 EST ID:HNCSxILI No.43039 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's say Marvel hires you tomorrow to fix the X-Men. (think DC Rebirth in response to the New 52)

In the current world of Marvel comics
  • Where should the X-Men -- and mutants -- be in the greater Marvel landscape? Any big picture ideas?
  • How many books (solo & team) should there be?
  • How many teams should there be in-universe?
  • What kind of writers / artists would you be hiring?
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Charles Hocklestere - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 01:59:38 EST ID:NoPKT8XZ No.43151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
X-men should literally be if The Marvel universe was a picture in the top two corners and weaving down like an X and cross each other. There details in the center highlight the sa,e contention or connection they experience in knowing the,selves. And they meet as the martyr and fear that they as the manifestation of not accident/intention/superlative, or cosmic/radiation/alien, but of DNA/genetics. The uncontrollable that makes us different the heroic od of coping, not the perception of onself through the struggles of power and responsibility and loyalty and self madeness like Spider-Man. Not having to work through something that boxes you in that you box out of, not identityand category or the underdog and the chase. The youth and the dream. No the other, and perceiving yourself as it. not as outcast struggling out of categories inflated but perceived as normal, or always having had come from position of the other know going against a thr shelf that says you cannot self doubt anxiety Spiderman outcast.

The biological peripherals of the marvel universe that actually shape and hold the picture steady as well as influence it positively, by being the thing fluctuating even on a biological or even quantam level as in the dna itself. Just as they are mutants.

As they are like the literal interest but just as true in a misunderstanding they are that for fear a literal scapegoat or imagined evil for what is at the center that can't see the origin points fully at the far corners. A subject that haunts the x-men themselves. they face uncertainty that haunts individual heroes in personal crisis and isolation as collective but not always as community. As the gaze of the other but also as the realization of the other through activation or awakening of mutant powers, some handle that differently. Some become like nieztzhe and believe in an epitome or an uber for which they can strive like magneto others don't go through the extremes in process and life for the end or risk it either, instead knowing they have that future underway through a process like Socrates like Xavier.

Being the and building the constants and axioms and in a sense the shared world itself for those who have experienced.

They must always express that in their tie in to the big events they as flux have established or discovered a link or made known to either the reader or the world a way in which that uncertainty or unknown was apart of a building block or stability or heavilynfeatured aspect of the universe. Kind of like getting closer and closer to realizing your whole life is a pathos told by Wolverine's odyssey where the very realtynof that journey is questioned for Wolverine. Big events in Marvel should see that figure who has not only experienced the fluctuations of mutant ability and himself as the other in terms of animal and his journey in coping with, celebrating, and thriving with that, bit in terms of fluctuations in self awareness and transfiguration of self.

And even knowledge of that even being a thing that has happened to him. Come closer and progress. While leaving the idea of it as a future something that is as attainable as a future sought after in life. Like ones search for there roots and ones self understanding.

They should position the position of mutant truths becoming public, and experiment with the dominant or fixed point of view outside the nexus or climax being developed through this.

As well as the locus moving from the norm to the periphery itself as in not just emphasis but for the marvel universe itself.
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Cedric Brummlepick - Sat, 03 Jun 2017 20:25:14 EST ID:VEuqFKdz No.43157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are way, WAY to high to be posting right now.
I can't even begin to decipher what the fuck that gibberish is supposed to be saying. Honestly I can't quite tell if this monstrosity is the result of the poster smoking a ton of meth or dropping half a sheet of LSD
Phineas Middleforth - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:50:58 EST ID:NoPKT8XZ No.43169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's right, people like reading these kind of comments mr readibility.
genophyte - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 07:43:13 EST ID:cVCXXNny No.43174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
haha this wall of text is 99% what i do on /mtv/ but i remember im baked so i never hit the post button
Cornelius Drungerspear - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 09:40:08 EST ID:tr7vmDZR No.43180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am a very infrequent /616/ lurker but I just wanted to say that I have been in a dry spell for about a year and knowing that a guy somewhere got this high has made my day nb despite the SLAYER though.

Weird Manga by Cyril Mizzlesun - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 04:52:41 EST ID:/sRP6oA+ No.43094 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i read this weird manga many years ago and I've never been able to figure out what it was. I remember a few things, a convenience store robbery with a clerk watching porn, giant wresters with naked women climbing all over them, a character that grabs a censor bar and breaks it revealing an entire 2 pages worth of a close up set of boobs. No idea on title or anything. Any suggestions?
Ian Goodbury - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 17:16:29 EST ID:wFdKERVu No.43170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It was this my man

Marvel by Edward Chiddlewater - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 13:29:06 EST ID:zOK5vIYJ No.43153 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to get into Marvel comics, and I want to start with X-Men and Spider-Man. Where the fuck does one start, and where do I go?
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Molly Sommermire - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 14:50:19 EST ID:zOK5vIYJ No.43161 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I have no idea, bro. Where can I pirate?
Molly Sommermire - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 17:13:51 EST ID:zOK5vIYJ No.43162 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Ok, so now I'm aware that there's a 616 Universe and a Ultimate Universe. I also understand that there intertwine during the Secret Wars. Is it okay to just stick with the Ultimate Universe?
Rebecca Turveyson - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 04:25:22 EST ID:4Gje/d17 No.43166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started with Essential, and branched from there.
Phineas Middleforth - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:47:31 EST ID:NoPKT8XZ No.43167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
try read comic online.
Phineas Middleforth - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 13:49:28 EST ID:NoPKT8XZ No.43168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would read 616 and ultimate. A lot of the charm of what happens in the continuity of the ultimate universe is how things twist in imagining out of the picture you have of what might happen from your knowledge of the original Marvel U. For instance how important of a character Gwen Stacy became in Ultimate Spiderman.

Industry General by Cyril Worthingway - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 20:31:01 EST ID:dwDIx+wx No.43155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do y'all think of the direct market system? Everything I've seen recently seems to show it's pretty outdated and doomed to fall apart. Particularly way shops have to gamble with their preorders and the way shops in general get fucked over except by trades but it's the preorders that determine what doesn't get cancelled.

On that note, is it really true that digital sales have a much smaller impact on what series make the cut? That seems ridiculous, is the digital market just too new to be dependable?

Also, do a lot of people here actually go to physical comic shops? I haven't been in one in years but my preference has always been for trades and online for stuff I'm impatient for. I can see how a lot of people have nostalgia for the shops but I don't think they'll exist in their current form for long. I always hear about how much comic shops are struggling and continuing just out of passion for the comics. Digital is just too convenient.
Nigel Puttingledge - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 05:26:26 EST ID:JcEbjX7X No.43158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
all the comic shops in my area closed up one by one over the years. it's unfortunate. I think in the future comics will eventually work on digital subscription basis. either for access to a publisher's entire library, a portion of it, or to currently running series. maybe a tiered system offering one or more of those setup. we're a ways off and the industry will resist it, but I think that's where we're headed. digital distribution and the death of serial print comics, though I think physical collected volumes will still be made.
Martha Chosslemane - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 09:31:53 EST ID:A0r8/Vkf No.43159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hear the Marvel app offers unlimited access to a huge portion of their older comics, with only newish stuff being pay by the issue.

For OP, I pirate all my comics. Sucks for the industry, but I do pay for merch for some of my favs, so they need to learn to be happy for whatever they get from my broke ass. If I ever get above the poverty line and have some free cash laying about, maybe I'll actually pay for some comics. Until then, piracy is the new opiate of the poor masses. I just need free entertainment to keep me from realizing I'm alive between shifts at work.
Tony Montana - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 21:44:28 EST ID:CPqdkIMU No.43163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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'Been reading Gantz G. So far I don't know know how it fits chronologically but it tells the story of some high schoolers who got to play the hunting alien game with Gantz.

I like the tension mostly between the characters because it reminds me of my high school days, except less violent and over the top, but it's there.

Gantz' creator did the story for this one but it's another guy who draws it.

I like it.
Tony Montana - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 21:45:21 EST ID:CPqdkIMU No.43164 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Disregard my post. I was supposed to post it in another thread.
Beatrice Sommerford - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 22:20:54 EST ID:ysuNYfxQ No.43165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Marvel Unlimited gets comics 6 months after they’re released. They also have most of the classic stuff.
About my buying habits, pretty much the same as you. I have a pull list of books I really like and want to support, but the rest I get from the hubs.

Alan Moore's The Birth Caul by Phineas Chudgestare - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 14:36:44 EST ID:tTPMDRw8 No.42963 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Now available on YouBoob: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoABdaomlCE
Caroline Crishsin - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 00:41:38 EST ID:AJ/43nIb No.43080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
seems interesting, ill save it for later. thank you
Edwin Hinninggold - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 10:50:00 EST ID:s2F3ENTP No.43150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That was a real downer. Well written but jeez

Marvel hates diversity by Cedric Wendlehan - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 03:31:06 EST ID:XIWNydXc No.43067 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Honestly... it's just their shitty shoehorning of "diversity" that is killing sales.
Isabella Nengerway - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 06:23:02 EST ID:jNMqUSC0 No.43069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rebooting and forcing a message of diversity are both tough pills to swallow. You put them together, and it's a suppository people won't take unless they really effing need it. Both DC and Marvel are kind of caught up in that jive, don't fix it if it ain't broken.
Fucking Dommlesat - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 14:58:42 EST ID:DxhBNIMq No.43086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
please go back to /co/
Henry Brobblemedge - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 21:48:56 EST ID:OOjubTde No.43088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Walter Mengermat - Wed, 10 May 2017 22:01:48 EST ID:DHG4Qdh4 No.43118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fun Fact: (Maybe not a fact but it makes a lot sense). This Diversity thing is not for comic sales, it's for their movies. Marvel doesn't make dick in comic sales compared to movie sales. People are going to be more willing to see an apprentice of a different gender or ethnicity take over the matle than a new actor. I'm not huge into the movies but people would loose their shit if they just re cast Robert Downy Jr like it was nothing. Moneys in the movies, even if the comic sales take a hit it doesn't really matter in the long run to them.

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