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Subj: Re: Amazing Spider-Man#74 aka #875: Some Days Never End
Posted: Mon Oct 04, 2021 at 01:40:11 am EDT (Viewed 158 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Amazing Spider-Man#74 aka #875: Some Days Never End
Posted: Sun Oct 03, 2021 at 11:33:25 am EDT (Viewed 154 times)

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Really enjoyed most of Spencer's run. It's a damn shame that the ending fizzled out.

I realise part of that is the rush job required when Marvel cut the run short. However, the basic premise -- retconning Sins Past instead of One More Day -- was a letdown.

Sins Past was a skeevy and horrible storyline (obvs!), but I mainly dealt with it by ignoring it. It didn't fundamentally change Spider-Man or the comics in any way.

With One More Day still intact, I'm going to go back to my status quo since 2007, which is not buying any Spider-Man titles starring post-OMD Peter Parker.

I feel your pain.

However Sins Past did as far as I was concerned damage Gwen Stacy as a character. I reread many back issues that contained her and she jsut didn't strike me as wanting to have anything to do with Norman, much less have twins.

Hopefully JMS is happy that the story he didnt get a chance to retcon away is now gone.

Also, they really SHOULD have removed OMD.

But hey, I expect Marvel to also cop out on the alleged return of Mar-Vell that is allegedly going to happen this November. If he does return it will be temporary, or an alternate universe version or another Skrull-Vell.

However, November is issue 34 of Carol's current run, and it was in ish 34 of Marv's series when he was hit with the nerv gas and it is almost 40 years now.....

But no. Marvel just cops out


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