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    Sure you don't have those numbers backward? =P ...

    Sure you don't have those numbers backward? =P



    That's actually what I'm not a fan of here, but it does fit the writing and tone of the book well.



    Anyway, yes, this Surfer series is...
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    Got this over the weekend. Absolutely loved it.

    Got this over the weekend. Absolutely loved it.
  3. Complete agreement with both these comments. ...

    Complete agreement with both these comments.



    I am looking forward to this, though. Starlin on Thanos again? Hell to the yeah. It's been a good year to be a Starlin/Thanos fan.
  4. I just used SUB144BVY232 Thanks!

    I just used SUB144BVY232

    Thanks!
  5. Remember that the eight-month jump is for us, not...

    Remember that the eight-month jump is for us, not for the comics. Don't get those confused. The gap could be as little as a few weeks within the comics for all we know right now.



    That's a...
  6. A few weeks ago, someone on the forum said that...

    A few weeks ago, someone on the forum said that there are only Ivory Kings and "Ebony" was a lettering mistake:
    ...
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    The whole premise of this story rests on the...

    The whole premise of this story rests on the notion that it would somehow be a shocking revelation that an international superspy who hides shit and protects the world has been hiding shit and...
  8. You are aware that there's very little risk...

    You are aware that there's very little risk involved with first cousins breeding? It's comparable to having a kid with someone of a different race in terms of risking birth defects. Damn near anyone...
  9. That really wouldn't make sense. Havok knew...

    That really wouldn't make sense. Havok knew nothing about the Incursions and was undoing the wrongs of evil time travelers.
  10. That's really not all that farfetched. He and...

    That's really not all that farfetched. He and Madelyne Pryor were a thing once. She was engineered to want to breed with the Summers line, and, from his perspective, there's genetic sexual attraction...
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    I wonder if Uatu wanted to die because he knew...

    I wonder if Uatu wanted to die because he knew about the Incursions and believed there was no hope?



    Anyway, it seems like the writers and/or editors of Marvel's current storylines have had...
  12. I suspect we're going to learn that the heroes of...

    I suspect we're going to learn that the heroes of Earth themselves are at fault for this. Well, them and the villains.

    Remember, the universe was never supposed to be a multiverse to begin with....
  13. Well, if he said there are others he's not...

    Well, if he said there are others he's not allowed to talk about, that seems to imply -- in my mind anyway -- that the rest are still in the script-y limbo-y "We probably will, but we're not sure...
  14. I can totally understand being strapped for time....

    I can totally understand being strapped for time. I work more than 40 hours a week, run a 5S committee at work and am a member of the company's Emergency Response Team. Of course, there's...
  15. For God's sake, Mark. I don't want you to shut up...

    For God's sake, Mark. I don't want you to shut up and go away. I want you to defend your positions rather than restate them, to engage the counterarguments that come your way rather than step around...
  16. You keep saying this even though you know that...

    You keep saying this even though you know that the multiverse would be saved if all but one Earth were destroyed.



    You have yet to justify even once your ongoing use of the word "selfish" in...
  17. Not even a little bit. The multiverse is...

    Not even a little bit.



    The multiverse is no longer infinitely expanding. It's going in the other direction.



    The Living Tribunal is apparently dead (even if not, he's out of the...
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    His curiosity along with the freedom to cut loose...

    His curiosity along with the freedom to cut loose on one world after another would probably be sufficient to keep him from blowing up the 616 Earth. This Thanos is a lot more vicious than the...
  19. Not quite. The conceit of the story is that the...

    Not quite. The conceit of the story is that the multiverse, which was finite in life anyway, is collapsing on itself. We, therefore, have to assume that its infinitely expanding nature is going in...
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    Why do people keep.bringing up Franklin when his...

    Why do people keep.bringing up Franklin when his future self is in this story and unable to do anything to stop what's happening?

    As for the Phoenix, even assuming it's still around after what...
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    The comics are jumping eight months ahead of the...

    The comics are jumping eight months ahead of the release schedule for us in the real world. It may be as little as days or weeks in the story.


    Technically, their current methods would eventually...
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    That's a meta response that doesn't address the...

    That's a meta response that doesn't address the context within the narrative. In-universe, Cap's way has been shown to result in what I said above.

    You are correct about one thing, though: If Cap...
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    Well, that was hard to stomach. Jesus, that's...

    Well, that was hard to stomach. Jesus, that's messed up.
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    Are you conflating an instance of one man...

    Are you conflating an instance of one man weighing his morals against his own survival (and no one else's) with an instance of weighing one's morals against the survival of all creation? Because it...
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    In the first place, I don't think most of us...

    In the first place, I don't think most of us judge our fiction based on "what if" scenarios we have no reason to believe exist. A "what if" no one knew was coming and hasn't been implied to doesn't...
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