April 18, 2012

Regarding MARVEL's AVENGERS VS. X-MEN...


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  1. Hate to say it, but this should have the "It's true" tag.

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  2. Whaaaat? I thought "what if" scenarios were all comic book lovers talk about all day. "Who would win between superman and batman in a fight?" "What about Superman vs the Hulk?"

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    1. True, but that doesn't necessarily mean it makes for a good story.

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  3. He's right, you know.

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  4. Oh, it's even worse when marvelfags go HURR HURR ANY MARVEL CHARACTER CAN DEFEAT ANY DC CHARACTER.

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    1. Keep using "_____fag" with anything you don't like to fill in the blank. It makes you so interesting and totally doesn't make any point of yours sound completely stupid.

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  5. Who believes one team or the other will actually be a definitive "winner" at the end of it?

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  6. The question is, what is a mahnamahna?
    The question is, who cares?
    d'hooo ho ho ho

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  7. The question is, What do they win?

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    1. Hopefully, increased sales. Ba-zing!

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  8. So, does anyone actually enjoy comics anymore or do people buy books so they can pretend to be Comic Book Guy from the Simpsons?

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    1. Does anyone actually enjoy movies anymore or do they just buy movies to pretend to be Jay Sherman from The Critic?

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    2. This stinks!

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  9. The point of the story is not really "Who wins". It is who is right.

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  10. Who is right? Once again, who cares?
    Oh, I do enjoy comics. Just not the ones that have "money-maker!" stamped all over them.

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  11. Didn't Marvel actually do this once, during a period when I wasn't paying any attention? Oh. This month. Never mind.

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  12. Do crossovers really boost sales that much? Cause I know I stopped reading the great new daredevil book when spiderman and titscat showed up, and I might stop again when spidey and gunman 2000 show up. I just want dd to run around and go on adventures, not a 7 issue spanning arc with 5 issues of him and 6 other dudes talking about variant covers.

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  13. Just make fun stories, DC and Marvel. Don't pander with fan w*** because you think that's what we want. Also, make Lockjaw & The Pet Avengers an ongoing, if you don't have that in the works already.

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  14. Remember when superheroes fought supervillains?

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    1. You mean exclusively? No, because it never happened. At least not in the last fifty years or so.

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    2. Fifty years ago would be 1962. I can't speak for Marvel, but I'm pretty sure there weren't any battles between superheros in DC, at least before about 1970.

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    3. Spider-Man began his own series by getting slapped around by the Fantastic Four.

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  15. Who is super villein among them?
    They cares for me.

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