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Odin's illegitimate SOn

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Brizelli

Subj: I think Marvel's indifference stems from the belief that, no matter what, fans will always be there to buy their comics....
Posted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 at 03:51:57 am EDT (Viewed 27 times)
Reply Subj: The whole Seige fiasco is utterly ridiculous....
Posted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 at 11:00:41 pm EDT (Viewed 252 times)

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And prompting me more and more to invest my good earned money more in DC and less in Marvel. The Fanboyism and bias of the EDITORS is at an all time high and the lack of continuity is absurd. The credibility of Marvel Comics making quality stories has thoroughly been shattered and the lack of talent currently enlisted by Marvel is painfully obvious. Time to revamp Marvel. From the Top down. Hey Disney, if you're watching, I predict that your investment and cash cow will be a 3rd rate Sunday Morning Funny within 2 years if you guys don't make some adjustments and damn soon. Good luck.

...and really, it seems that way.

Even now, we are expressing our displeasure over recent treatments of Thor, and people are telling us to just "get over it", and just accept it as is.

Marvel is banking on comic collectors' compulsion to buy any product, regardless of quality, simply because they cannot have an incomplete collection.

I noticed this during Brand New Day....there were people who swore never to buy Spider-man ever again, and there were who did just that (like me), but a number of them expressed "withdrawals" from not getting their Spidey fix for that month...and eventually gave in, and bought BND....there are some who are deluding themselves into thinking that "it's just for a couple of years, then it's back to status quo as usual", so they are hanging on.

Same thing with Thor...we cannot get over the character...I like him for 22 years...giving it up now would be a terrible loss...I can just imagine others who have been with the character longer.

Marvel also thinks that those who are very vocal in the internet are just a few unruly minority, whose opinions doesn't stack up in the grand scheme of things...

This is what stings most in this whole "editors disrespecting the fans" emotion going on....in the past, Marvel has led us to believe that we (the fans) are part of the creative process...they have encouraged our inputs in their letter columns...they even had that No-Prize thing, because they are telling us, that they listen to what we have to say....right now...well, "either you like it or not, makes no difference, because we know you will buy them anyway".

Right now...I cannot really say that we should quit Thor (unlike in Spidey's case)....I am encouraging everyone to please continue supporting Thor, and no other Marvel title. I want to see Thor become the most successful title that they have (a pipe dream, I know), just to hammer the point that Thor have lots of fans, and they better keep them happy.

If we give up on Thor now, it will justify their stance all along..."Thor has only a few fans, so sacrificing them in favor of Hulk fans is nothing".


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