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jwmccay3

Subj: 90s Heroes Reborn
Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 07:43:10 am EDT (Viewed 322 times)


Okay, so let me first off state that Heroes Reborn did stink like last month's garbage, but I do have to say that the Marvel Universe that remained might have been better had there been new incarnations of the teams that were wiped out and could have set up interesting storylines when the original heroes returned.

Yes, I know that we got Thunderbolts out of the deal and that the original concept was awesome. We also got an underrated Quicksilver book, a new Heroes for Hire, Elektra, and Ka-Zar out of the situation. I know that Thunderbolts needed the hero vacuum for the series to really catch on, but I also think that it would have been interesting to see new incarnations of the classic teams.

So, I would like to pose a few questions to you fans who suffered through that era of Marvel bankruptcy, both in terms of fiscal responsibility and comic book publishing:
1) If they did a new Avengers and a new Fantastic Four book set in the Marvel Universe proper (616), which survivors would you place on the teams?
2) Was the concept of a "Heroes for Hire" team the wrong book at the wrong place in the wrong time and set up to fail immediately simply because you had all these heroes who supposedly sacrificed their lives against a bigger threat?
3) Did they reveal the T-bolts secret too early?
4) Were there enough heroes killed off by Onslaught?


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