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Posted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 at 10:57:40 am EDT (Viewed 12 times)
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Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 at 11:08:54 am EDT (Viewed 342 times)
Quote:I'm very opposed to the permanence of anything.
I like that notion in theory if not in practice.
Indeed. "In practice" it depends on what and how.
Quote:There are certainly things that I adore and don't want to see end. The opposite holds true, as well.
- I have no wish to see Sentry ever again.
- I will never pine over Apocalypse.
- Fantomex probably should have stayed dead, too.
- Although I love the Spidey marriage, I would have accepted its ending had it been done in practically any other way than what OMD/OMIT gave us, especially if that way involved Aunt May really dying and not coming back.
Quote:But I cannot support the idea of a character staying dead, in perpetuity, simply because one writer/editor/regime okayed their death. This is especially true when deaths are done for shock/sales, which seems to be almost all of the time.
See I only look at it as who not what or how. If I don't like a character then there's no way to convince me their resurrection was worth it and if I like the character I don't care how retarded the explanation for the resurrection is or what other crap comes along with it.
There's no logic to this. We like who we like.
I think I'm like you in the sense that if I like a character there is no way you can convince me there is a need to kill them off or that their death shouldn't be undone because it's a classic. Unlike you I would happily sacrifice characters I dislike because I'm sure I'm never going to warm up to them.
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