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Andrew

In Reply To
dave

Subj: Re: Whats interesting is the 1998 reboot accomplished none of these things...
Posted: Wed Nov 12, 2008 at 08:21:16 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: Whats interesting is the 1998 reboot accomplished none of these things...
Posted: Wed Nov 12, 2008 at 09:01:56 am EST


> > > Right, no more reboots - BND is here to stay folks.
> > >
> > > Mr Knees
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> > I can hardly wait until someone of my generation who grew up with a married Spidey takes over Marvel. If Joe Quesada can set things back to the way they were when he started reading the books in the early 1970s (with Peter being a swinging bachelor) because that's what he feels is best, than we can set things back to the way they were in the late 1980s and 1990s through 2007 when Peter and MJ were a married couple. Simple as that.
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> Extending this line of thinking, somebody who grew up in the 90s might want to give Spiderman some leather and a couple big guns to tote around. Granted, that never happened in the comics but you know what I mean. We could get the "dark" Spiderman back.

Children of the 1990s are generally fans of characters like Cable, Deadpool, Gambit, War Machine, Venom, and Carnage, characters that many older fans often express their distaste for.

So, give it enough time and we'll be getting a wave of stories featuring Carnage and the Scarlet Spider.


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