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Jason




So who was Norman's mysterious secret weapon who took down Dr. Doom in the Siege: Cabal oneshot?


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stupid baby






void

sentry

bob




-- stupid baby is so tired of the over hyped siege stuff...

( skipped Marvel events for years and come back for this?? )


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katefan




I hear ya, man. I have decided to avoid any and all major crossover events from both major companies. I Did not buy into Blackest Night, Countdown, 52 or Final Crisis, and I'm skipping Brightest Day. Infinite Crisis and it's infinite spin offs was overblown.

As for Marvel, I have not touched a major crossover in a long, long time.


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stupid baby




yeah...
but I dont know if I have crossover fatigue or
Marvel crossover fatigue.
out of the stuff you mentioned I liked 52 , Blackest Night ( thats great, thats how you do it , Marvel ) and Brightest day.

its seems to me , Marvel just plays boy who cried wolf so much more,
saying things will happen, promising things, and just failng to deliver and having what they said trun out to be completely false..

I do not blame you for being sick and tired of all this in its entirety.


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TheForgottenOne




Yeah, that's why I skipped Siege.

Marvel event plus Bendis equals lame.

Civil War was the best hyped event marvel had. Annihilation was pure awesomeness that wasn't hyped enough.


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Lord Baytor




Got sick of Marvel after Civil War...wrote it off, but decided to come back after a three year hiatus.

Though, to be honest, I've been more interested in other titles than the MU. (My current list is Irredeemable, Incorruptible, Deadpool, Black Panther/Captain America, and American Vampire).




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