mikeandzod21 replied to your post “People want time to move forward, and things to change in superhero comics”

I’d like for characters to not make deals with the devil so that they can go back to the way the were written in the early 1970s…but perhaps I’ve said too much.

Sure, but that was 7 years ago. I didn’t like it either, but if you are still calling back to that, without newer things to be bothered by, somebody over at the Marvel offices must be doing something right. Right?

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Under almost any other writer, I would be hugely trepidatious of what I think is on the way, but Hickman fills me with excitement. 

I also like that with each new promo, the imagery of what you see happening becomes more and more different from the original.

I agree with Tom Brevoort in wondering how they will be able to top the scope of this.

I am wondering if Magneto was more inclusive in this version of House of M?

idk how i feel about this, i guess well have to wait and see.

This is gonna be huge waste of time and it will not impact the Marvel universe in any way. What the hell Marvel, one event is already too much what is wrong with you?

You really think so? I have never read anything from Hickman that was a waste of my time. I don’t know what this will be about for sure. we have only seen these promos hinting at what is to come, but I think I have an idea.

Is it your contention that Marvel will be running these as brand new, separate events in the same year? Events that have already played out in the natural scheme of things, going all the way back to 1984? I was not sure, and wanted some clarification.

Secret Wars is a year long event, that Jonathan Hickman is using to follow up his massive Avengers story. He has been dealing with time travel, and alternate worlds. This tale has covered a span of more than 58 thousand years.

We know that parallel Earths are crashing into each other, and destroying entire realities. We have seen mainstays, and  pillars of the Marvel Universe compromise their values in order to keep universal existence continuing.

We know that Time is broken in the Marvel Universe, and various plot threads have been built on this, but so far the status quo has not been dealt with, head on. It also would seem that Marvel is in for some sort of restructuring of their universe.

I think we are looking at one all encompassing story with a slew of alternate realities inter crossing with the main MU, that will deal with these ideas.

I freely admit that I could be talking out of my ass on this one, but I am fairly certain you are way off base about this having no impact on the Marvel Universe. I think it will SHAKE THE VERY FOUNDATIONS (cue ominous background music)!

I am also sorry your imagination lost its sense of wonder, and amazement. I can appreciate event fatigue. I am not a regular rider for Marvel’s events, anymore. They come way too often, and we rarely get enough time playing with the new ideas, before it is time to move on the the next earth shaking event. But I can’t see how anyone with half a clue about what is going on in the Marvel Universe right now, or the writer involved with this would have the pessimistic and cynical view you have on this.

You knew about the stuff I was mentioning, right? What about Hickman? Did you know he is the cats meow?

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Under almost any other writer, I would be hugely trepidatious of what I think is on the way, but Hickman fills me with excitement. 

I also like that with each new promo, the imagery of what you see happening becomes more and more different from the original.

I agree with Tom Brevoort in wondering how they will be able to top the scope of this.

I am wondering if Magneto was more inclusive in this version of House of M?