The other thing to remember is Disney/Marvel still own all the non-movie rights to the characters. If people are still going to buy X-Men, F4, and Spiderman comics, it would only cost Marvel money to not put them out.
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Maybe it refers to new people? Little early to assume it doesn't refer to someone tho isn't it?
I like it.... It seems to me it could refer to a lot of different possible things or people. I dunno.
I don't like that they have broken the pattern of the first two trilogies.
You mean dropping the "Episode" naming convention?
Cap's black, and now Thor's a woman. I honestly haven't enjoyed Marvel comics as much the last few years, so this is looking like a great stepping off point for me. Utterly ridiculous that Marvel feels the need to pull stunts like this in place of anything remotely resembling character development.
I actually loved a lot of the 80s stories, so have kept my subs going in the hopes of reconnecting with some of those great memories. Billionaire Tony Stark defeating so many enemies only to slowly fall victim to the bottle, then rebuild his life and reclaim his armor? Brilliant. The original Secret Wars? The Infinity Gauntlet? Thor getting wounded and growing a beard? Symbiote Spiderman/Venom? These were classic character driven stories. Marvel's shifted the players and copied some of the circumstances, but without any of the life or meaning behind them. What a shame.