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Bryan D

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Brand Echh

Subj: Re: Does ressurection take away from the significance of death?
Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 at 12:21:05 am EDT
Reply Subj: Does ressurection take away from the significance of death?
Posted: Sun Jun 24, 2007 at 11:34:57 pm EDT

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Just wondering here... lets say somewhere down the line someone were to ressurect Goliath, Nomad... Cap..

Some of the characters that had significant deaths recently....

I mean, I'd love to see something more done with Goliath... this was a character with unlimited untapped potential...

So, my question is, would bringing them back lessen the importance of the stories that killed them?

I'd like to see some characters brought back, but I don't want to lessen the impact of Civil War or whatever...

Did Jean Grey's return make the Dark Pheonix saga less important? Or Norman Osborne's return?

Just wondering.

Fantasy is a big part of Comics. Resurrections have been a part of comics history..so the two go hand and hand.

It can be done good and bad..the big issue with me is always the WAY IT IS HANDLED rather than the simple fact that comic book heroes and villians do not stay dead.

does it take away from the significance of death? Maybe..but comic books do this on so many levels its not worth the debate.

I have always read comics for the fantastic..coming back from the dead just seems like another part of this.

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