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Subj: Re: What worries me is that it's being pushed out so far, so fast...
Posted: Thu May 21, 2009 at 11:09:48 pm EDT (Viewed 92 times)
Reply Subj: What worries me is that it's being pushed out so far, so fast...
Posted: Thu May 21, 2009 at 10:26:23 pm EDT (Viewed 77 times)

This is actually pretty consistent with the last few books. Book A get pushed back a month, but before the push back, book B has been solicited. Book C is obviously going to be late, so book B gets moved back to even the gap between A and C.

Point - #12 Suposed to be out in November '08. #600 - January 14th '09.

In November (before #12 was bumped) #601 is solicited for February. Literally the next week, #12 got bumped then again, then eventually to Christmas. From November 12th to December 24th. That automatically kicked in a bump of 600 & 601 to the end of their respective months (January and Feb) In December no Thor Solicit for March, both books get bumped a month. 600 to Feb, 601 to March. In January, There is no Thor solicit for April, 601 gets bumped to April. 600 finally comes out in Feb. In Feb, #602 gets solicited for May. (anyone who actually thought this would happen should be shot. On cue, No March Solicit for Thor, and in April #603 is solicited for July. (Wanna bet with #602 being moved to the end of June, #603 is gonna shortly go to August, or even September?

Why Marvel doesn't just call it a bi-monthly book is amazing. I for one would shut up. Give what you are advertising.


    It looks to me that Marvel simply doesn't know when JMS will get to this, only that it's "not soon."



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