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    Time is screwed up.

    Time is screwed up.
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    I don't really see removing the Celestials as...

    I don't really see removing the Celestials as limiting the writers. If anything, it's opening things up for them. Up to now, anyone wanting to do a story involving something from prehistoric Earth --...
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    I'm not sure how far into that I buy, but who...

    I'm not sure how far into that I buy, but who knows. We didn't even know the Tribunal could die until recently.
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    That makes sense too. I will say, though, that...

    That makes sense too. I will say, though, that the "not caught up yet" thing would make sense in light of how screwy time is right now (e.g. the Tribunal being dead before Pym even left), and is what...
  5. Damn, it looks like I'll have to try this one...

    Damn, it looks like I'll have to try this one too. I was disappointed to see that it's not the classic Runaways, but with Stevenson on there, I have to give it a shot.
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    It is a bit confusing what happened there, but my...

    It is a bit confusing what happened there, but my understanding was that the Beyonders lured the Abstracts to the "thin space," as Pym called it -- on the overlapping "edge" of the universes, I...
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    You can be sure Jim Starlin is at any rate. =P ...

    You can be sure Jim Starlin is at any rate. =P

    I'm applauding too, but not because I don't like the Abstracts and the cosmic stuff. To the contrary, I love it. As Rosebunse said, it was all so...
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    Another way referencing "Prometheus" seems...

    Another way referencing "Prometheus" seems appropriate: "We made you because we could." =P

    Whatever the reason for the Beyonders' decision to destroy the multiverse, it's going to be exciting...
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    Yes, that's probably accurate. Perhaps the...

    Yes, that's probably accurate. Perhaps the Beyonders chose to spare the 616 and those 21 other remaining universes for some reason.

    Hard to say what the precise timing of everything is right now...
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    I think so, yes. This is one of the big changes I...

    I think so, yes. This is one of the big changes I predicted a while back. Nice to find some of it vindicated even before we get to "Secret Wars."

    Can't wait to see what happens next.

    Glad to...
  11. It looks like the two bolded portions of your...

    It looks like the two bolded portions of your post don't agree with one another. At one end, you say that if they just write quality comics, people will read them. At the other end, you say titles...
  12. We're "disagreeing" about things that aren't open...

    We're "disagreeing" about things that aren't open to interpretation. There is no reading of the material in which "Thor's name was taken from him" is an accurate statement. Likewise, it's simply not...
  13. We don't disagree about that. Thor is likely...

    We don't disagree about that. Thor is likely different, though, due to his personal relationship with the hammer. You're still talking as though the hammer is completely separate from him, but it's...
  14. Indeed. As he marches to his expected death in...

    Indeed. As he marches to his expected death in "Avengers" #36, he responds to Sunspot telling him "There's no coming back. You're all going to die out there" by saying:

    "Aye. It is an end. But to...
  15. I already mentioned that whatever Nick said must...

    I already mentioned that whatever Nick said must have affected what Thor thinks. Since you've been reading Thor so long, you know that he and the hammer are connected now -- part of his own soul was...
  16. I find eBay to be better for this since you'll be...

    I find eBay to be better for this since you'll be charged closer to what the shipping actually costs, whereas setting up a listing on Amazon requires you put in a standard price for shipping each...
  17. Mark, why do you feel the character of Thor...

    Mark, why do you feel the character of Thor Odinson is being drug through the mud? Drinking seems a particularly Norse god-like thing to do, and his unworthiness seems likely to be part of a story in...
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    Oh, I'm with you. I'm just curious if this is,...

    Oh, I'm with you. I'm just curious if this is, indeed, meant to be seen as a consequence of Eva's choice.

    Part of me hopes so.
  19. We may have a worthy (=P) tie-in here. I think...

    We may have a worthy (=P) tie-in here.

    I think I'm going to try this one. I've been getting Aaron's excellent "Thor" series anyway, so -- if this replaces it in the line -- my wallet won't even...
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    I'm definitely wondering whether we're supposed...

    I'm definitely wondering whether we're supposed to infer that Wolverine is dead because of this.

    My biggest doubt about that is how Bendis conveniently (since Logan is supposed to have been dead...
  21. Excellent post. I would say the best in this...

    Excellent post. I would say the best in this thread if not for this one:

    This is the most insightful post I've ever seen on this entire forum. As I was reading through this thread and formulating...
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    I guess that explains why I've never gotten...

    I guess that explains why I've never gotten anywhere (I went to school for journalism). Never been one for playing politics.
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    That trick must be how he's been slipping garbage...

    That trick must be how he's been slipping garbage past the editors for so long. Maybe he's smarter than we give him credit for.
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    That's one of the biggest things I've never...

    That's one of the biggest things I've never understood about his writing: If you're going to drag crap out so long, how can you leave readers with more confusion (not questions per se, as that...
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    My guess is Bendis just wanted to get a rise out...

    My guess is Bendis just wanted to get a rise out of people.
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