All New, All Different Marvel
Some of the changes teased in new images released by Marvel are an older Captain America and Wolverine, a separate female Wolverine, the Fantastic Four’s Thing as a member of Guardians of the Galaxy and two versions of Spider-Man. Are you excited for the relaunch? What are some changes you are most looking forward to and what changes do you hope to see in the new relaunch?
6/10/2015 06:47:12 am
For some time now, I haven't been drawn to much of the marvel stories, because they seem to just throw in characters in an attempt to be inclusive but fail to put any effort into any into any stories of substance. I think with the exception of a Ms Marvel story line I read recently and the Miles Morales Spider-man stuff (mainly for my nephew) I have been strictly DC or Dynamite. I don't mind a relaunch (and realistically, when DC announced the new 52, I figured it was only a matter of time before Marvel followed suit), but I hope they don't do what DC did. DC had some good interesting stories and concepts early on, but after a while it devolved in the writers trying to do their "definitive" take on stories, and losing some new characters for some new stories. I think there is maybe one or two currently that is staying fresh and original, and not trying so hard to leave a mark on the character. I think if Marvel can focus on good, interesting, stories, and not try to fall into trends or just showcase characters with no direction, it could be something good. It would be interesting to see.
6/10/2015 12:13:34 pm
Great point! I agree with you! If they focus on really good stories it should be very interesting to see what happens!
7/9/2015 09:41:59 pm
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