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#2 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

@xwraith: Yeah, especially when they start renumbering the issues before the story had a chance to wrap up.

#3 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

@blackstaroblivion: Thanks!!! I agree that it's disappointing that with all the renumbering, we may never get to see a comic book series reach a milestone issue (like issue 100 or issue 200). As for my thoughts on having issues cite previous issues in continuity, I do kind of miss those since I could go back and read that issue to find out what really happened in the story. The only time that can get so tedious is if the previous issue dated 50 issues back and they could be impossible to find afterwards.

#6 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

How do you feel about comic books being renumbered?

#7 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

I think because the X-Men had so many different writers over the years (which started in the 90s after Chris Claremont left the title), it might have caused some confusion among the fans about what was really going on with the X-Men stories. Back in the 80s, the X-Men series was mainly written by Chris Claremont, so the stories were very consistent at the time. However, after he left and so many different writers came on board, the stories did start to get a bit confusing (with a few gems here and there). Also, ever since Marvel teamed up with Disney to make movies, I think that Marvel has been focusing heavily on the franchises that they got (mainly the Avengers and possibly Guardians of the Galaxy if it does well) and therefore, they didn't put too much advertising into the X-Men.

#8 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

I think because the X-Men had so many different writers over the years (which started in the 90s after Chris Claremont left the title), it might have caused some confusion among the fans about what was really going on with the X-Men stories. Back in the 80s, the X-Men series was mainly written by Chris Claremont, so the stories were very consistent at the time. However, after he left and so many different writers came on board, the stories did start to get a bit confusing (with a few gems here and there). Also, ever since Marvel teamed up with Disney to make movies, I think that Marvel has been focusing heavily on the franchises that they got (mainly the Avengers and possibly Guardians of the Galaxy if it does well) and therefore, they didn't put too much advertising into the X-Men.

#9 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

Hmmm...hard to choose. But if I had to pick, I would like to see them renew X-Men Evolution more than anything because of the vision that Professor Xavier had at the end and so far, it was the best X-Men series to really focus on all of the characters (even though the 90s series did a fantastic job with that too). Second choice would be Wolverine and the X-Men only because they were planning on making Colossus, Jubilee and Havok into major characters in the next season. The only thing that I would want them to change in Wolverine and the X-Men was to actually focus on all the other characters instead of just Wolverine, which is something they keep having issues with outside of the comics.

#10 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (5768 posts) - - Show Bio

Hey! I was thinking about doing a podcast video for YouTube where we can talk about the Disney film "Frozen" for Animation Bliss and I was wondering if anyone is interested in doing a podcast about Frozen with me?