My Favorite Characters

In no particular order.

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Posted by Mr.Q
Coulson made it into the world of ink? good to see.
Posted by NyxEquitis

@Mr.Q said:

Coulson made it into the world of ink? good to see.

Indeed, he needs to be brought into the mainstream universe.

Posted by Mr.Q
@NyxEquitis: they would need to bring S.H.I.E.L.D  back first. but most definitely. 
Posted by NyxEquitis

@Mr.Q: Well, they need to do that anyway, so...

Posted by Mr.Q
@NyxEquitis: but first and foremost they need to straiten out their continuity. what's happening, when, where and in what order. then fix Spider-Man, the mutants and Jubilee. I have a problem with a lot of things really. both in Marvel and DC. every time I come in they do something that pisses me off and sends me back out.
Posted by NyxEquitis

@Mr.Q: Yeah, i completely agree. There's so much stuff messed up in the Marvel Universe right now, it needs to be fixed.Just out of curiosity though, what exactly do you think needs to be changed for the characters you mentioned?

Posted by Mr.Q
@NyxEquitis: Spider-Man: everything after One More Day(he's married.) and get him out of the Avengers or at least only on one team not three or four like he is now. the mutant population: they were finally starting to explore the minority thing beyond not being liked. mutants had their own fashion, music, neighborhoods, culture there was more to them than just some jackass saying 'I hate muties lets shoot'em' now we seem to be right back to square one all because little Joey thought there were to many  mutants and ordered them killed which ironically is the very attitude the message of the book was fighting against. Jubilee: why is she a vampire? the sweet teenage girl on the team becomes a vampire it reeks of bad Twilight exploitation. continuity: there is to much crap happening at the same time and non of the books match up chronologically or even logically. they just stopped caring. and DC ran out of ideas so Johns just said 'do over' and sparked what I like to call the "Midlife Crisis On 52 Earths". think about it. look at the changes and the people behind it and tell me what it all looks like to you. I'll stop before I start ranting. 
Posted by NyxEquitis

@Mr.Q: Indeed, I'd have to agree with all your points here. One More Day has to be the worst event Marvel has come up with...and that's saying something. The mutant thing is pretty ridiculous sometimes, and It was pretty neat when they had "Mutant Town," their own culture, and such. Jubilee becoming a vampire...was completely baseless. I agree, vampires are more popular than ever, and Marvel is trying to cash in. I'm not even going to get started on continuity, it is indeed very very bothering and totally messed up. Ha, "Midlife Crisis on 52 Earths," I love it.

Posted by Mr.Q
@NyxEquitis: I'm not implying Marvel should pull a DC and reboot everything just some minor maintenance. writers need to communicate more, stop letting seven writers  use the same one character in all their books, restore the mutant population in a similar nonsensical fashion as they destroyed it, retcon the retcon that was One More Day time travel, magic,a loophole in the infernal contract, another a$$ pull like One More Day was in the first place takes a little thought but can be solved, even the vampire thing, when you restore the mutant population through in some BS about it overriding the virus or something. and ease up on the events. one or two a year not one right after the other with no brake in between it takes the 'special' out of 'special event.' it does read like a midlife crises. all the characters are younger and 'hipper', there is a lot of sex pouring out of it, the married characters are no longer married and apparently never were (looks some one has regrets) they even re started the numbering from high hundreds back to ONE. I'm waiting to see Dan Didio show up at a convention in a leather jacket on a motorcycle with a 20 year old bimbo using out dated lingo. its a bad look. 
Posted by NyxEquitis

@Mr.Q: Heck no, I think that would be a bad idea as well. Thats a pretty funny look at at it and i cant argue with anything you said.

Posted by Mr.Q
@NyxEquitis: the golden boy age needs to stop. a writer proves popular so they get a free pass to do what ever they want. a double edged sword on the plus side the writer can now do what ever they want, the down side, the writer can do what ever they want. many of these writers were young fans who wrote fan fiction (have you ever read fan fiction? it gets.... weird.) and now that fan fiction is canon. not always a bad thing. but not always a good thing either. to much ego.
Posted by Cervantes

I'd never heard of Makkari! Very good and funny list!

Posted by NyxEquitis

@Cervantes: Thanks man! Appreciate the support, sorry i havent been able to respond earlier, ive been busy a couple weeks but im back now.