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Subj: Re: In other words, all multi-writer continuities are "claytinuities."
Posted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 at 05:59:02 pm EST (Viewed 9 times)
Reply Subj: Re: In other words, all multi-writer continuities are "claytinuities."
Posted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 at 11:11:18 am EST (Viewed 319 times)

    I never exactly said every Bond version prior to the Daniel Craig reboot was a reboot. Quite the contrary, at first they tried to integrate all these different Bond versions into the same character, although later on after a few decades they tried the opposite approach to show that these different Bond versions were different men that had taken the place of Bond.

What are these examples you speak of that supports your statement. All I've seen is stuff that shows that from "Dr. No" to "Die Another Day" were all in continuity, except for "Never Say Never Again" which was confirmed as being out of continuity.

    Sure, they did it because of money, but later on they also did the Daniel Craig reboot because of money.

They did that not because of money but to get away from the silly aspects that the films were known for.

    Fandom can be filled with illogical unreasonable mistaken individuals that will just buy anything regardless, however without getting a new steady stream of new readers both DC and Marvel will eventually lose all their readership rendering publishing comics a waste of time and money.

    At this stage in the game it might be already too late.

It can be done, but only if the Newstand market were to come back. Sales are down because of it's absence, not continuity or poor quality.

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