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Michael

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Quinn

Subj: Re: gruenwald run - what happened?
Posted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 at 12:18:25 pm EDT (Viewed 18 times)
Reply Subj: Re: gruenwald run - what happened?
Posted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 at 07:40:01 pm EDT (Viewed 20 times)



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    I think Gru's health did weigh on him. He didn't die years after he left Cap, it was months.

Gruenwald's last issue was cover-dated September 1995. He passed away on August 12, 1996. So it was about a year.
It's worth noting that Gruenwald made some questionable decisions as an editor as well as a writer before he passed away- he approved the Crossing, with Teen Tony, Bug Jan and a plot nobody understood. However, it's worth noting that Gruenwald also made questionable decisions as an editor long before he passed away- for example, he approved the "Spider-Woman's existence was erased from everyone's memories" plot in Spider-Woman 50. This was an bad idea since Jessica saved Carol after Rogue's attack, and it had to be undone after Gruenwald realized that it would complicate every future explanation of why everyone resents Rogue for what she did to Carol. So you can't use Gruenwald's heath as a complete excuse for his mistakes as an editor, and I don't think you can use it as a complete excuse for his mistakes as a writer.
Michael


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