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Subj: Re: Continuity
Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 at 07:18:13 pm EST
Reply Subj: Continuity
Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 at 03:00:47 pm EST
> What I think is a problem with Marvel these days is the question of
> continuity. When I first read Marvel comics in the 70s what struck me
> was that what happened in one title (f.i. FF) mattered in another one
> (f.i. DD). All those books made up one big universe.
> Today we have nothing of this.
That's patently false.
> We have a Spider-Man who is full-time member of the New Avengers. We
> have a Spider-Man who in Marvel Adventures is a teenager in love with
> Liz Allen. We have a Spider-Man who is a 30 years old teenager who
> wants to be fed cookies by his elderly aunt. We have a Spider-Man who
> is father of a teenager. We have an Ultimate Spider-Man who whatever.
> What all these worlds connects nobody knows.
Could have sworn practically everybody knew.
> Same for X-Men, FF, Avengers. Nothing matters anymore. If something
> does not stick, rectify it (and be it with magic). There is no risk,
> so there is no fun.
Nothing has really changed in this regard, except, it used to be that there was no risk. Today there is risk aplenty.
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