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#1 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

@hawk2916: I never liked the heroes vs. heroes story lines that has been going on lately. It seems to me that it doesn't matter who's writing these stories, it's possible that the idea about heroes vs. heroes has lost its appeal over the years.

#2 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

All businesses are greedy, so it's not surprising that Marvel is greedy too.

#3 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

All businesses are greedy, so it's not surprising that Marvel is greedy too.

#5 Edited by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

Like everyone else stated, I think the reason why many cartoons that have story lines get cancelled so soon is because it does make it difficult for some viewers to jump into the series because then they would have to worry about what happened in the last episode in order to understand what is going on in the current episodes and that can be frustrating for any causal viewer who just wants to watch the show without having to watch all the previous episodes to understand what is really going on. As much as I enjoy watching cartoons that have story lines (Young Justice and Avatar the Last Airbender), those shows would struggle the most with finding an audience that has enough patience to sit through all of the episodes to understand what is happening in the story, rather than a show like The Simpsons or Family Guy that can easily find an audience that could sit through at least half of their episodes, because then the viewers wouldn't have to worry about watching previous episodes to understand the stories going on in that particular episode.

#6 Edited by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

I think that Marvel and DC are definitely more focused on making profits at the moment rather than telling good stories or at least telling more consistent stories. But, I can see why they are constantly making events and crossovers, even though I don't agree with them since they need the profits to stay afloat.

#7 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't really see it happening since Fox still owns the movie rights to the X-Men and turning the X-Men into Inhumans is not really going to stop Fox from still making the X-Men into mutants. Also, I can see a big upset in the fanbase if this were to happen since people are already upset at the fact that Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver might be inhumans and making the X-Men into inhumans is just going to be a big slap in the face to the fans who like the idea that the X-Men are mutants.

#8 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

1. I want to see the X-Men get back together again and to actually survive the Secret Wars.

2. I want to see Spider Man and Mary Jane back together and also bring back the Fantastic Four.

3. Actually have better organization over the activities that each character is doing instead of having them in so many different books and making them do things that are not consistent with their personalities.

#9 Edited by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

@hawk2916 : I feel the same way. All we could do is really wait and see how this event will affect the X-Men in the long run.

#10 Posted by Rabbitearsblog (6484 posts) - - Show Bio

@quickfingers26 : I agree with everything you said, especially about the fact that they need to stop forcing events into the stories just for the sake of shock factor.