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C2E2 2010: Joe Quesada On O.M.I.T. & Heroic Age
A lot of info in this interview.... My biggest intrest now is O.M.I.T.
Joe Q said that after OMIT there will be no more questions on OMD... For some reason I am thinking that whatever MJ whispered to Mephisto will not be revealed and that's the other story Quesada wants to write...
Gr8 interview I like that he didn't tell us to much about OMIT just enough to peek my interest the end of the interview looked like how at the beginning or end of an awkward meeting how you don't really know if you should hand shake or high five or what..lol.
@doordoor123: This interview was early Saturday. I thought it was so cool that he talked to us about O.M.I.T. before it was officially announced at the Spider-Man panel (I made sure no one was around listening in).
@geraldthesloth: Joe's a very cool, down to earth guy. Great to talk to.
Great Interview (much better than watching it from a distance lol) I went to the animation panel, where they talked about Spectacular SpiderMan and Wolverine and the X-men (both cancelled D:) and the avengers cartoon which was cool, OMIT sounds to me like a retcon but who knows.
I had to work up to watch this one. It's because of Quesada that I've been pretty well fed up with Spider-man now. Thanks to the whole O.M.D. and B.N.D.. There is also the utterly laughable debacle on the Marvel.com Message boards. Where the topics of O.M.D. and B.N.D. are completely forbidden. Any mention of these stories in the threads are removed by moderators, pro and con. What kind of publisher forbids the discussion of the stories they create?
There was also his comment about readers not being able to relate to a married hero. That felt like such a huge load. That's what the Ultimate and Marvel Adventures series are for. By making that statement it pretty much just supports the very thing that turns me off about the major comic publishers. They will never let the stories move forward and progress. It will always be static with that kind of leadership at the helm. They could of used the idea to do something dramatically new with Spider-man's personal life, but they appear to just be putting him right back with Mary Jane. What is the point of even caring what they do with these two? It will never go anywhere.
As far as O.M.I.T. goes. I can easily pass. I find it laughable that he would even comment on the words "Spider-man" and "continuity" together after what that farce.
Oh, what the cuss?! So, Heroic Age is yet another in their series of Year-Long-Events?
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