"Yes, in those early encounters, Magneto handled Wolverine (and Colossus) rather handily. The only X-Men who were truly effective against him were Cyclops, Storm (if she didn't use lightning) and Jean Grey. Maybe because of that, to me, to this…"
"When vibranium was introduced, it was shown specifically to not be dented by Thor's hammer. It was in a story drawn by Barry Smith (before he was Windsor-Smith), one of two, in 1970. (Cover by John Buscema.)
I had no idea at the time that…"
"And here is the latest I've received as an early subscriber of Disney+. (I took the cheap 3-year deal, since I'll be writing about the Marvel content.) I started this is as a separate thread, but I've added it here and changed the…"
"Found it! The story about Disney putting so many chips on streaming is at The Hollywood Reporter.Here's the article, and here is the L.A. Times Heat Vision summary:
With the launch of Disney+ just one month away, Natalie Jarvey speaks with…"
"I read an article somewhere on the internet (that I can't find now, of course) that discussed what Feige might do. It's expected, by and large, that he will do nothing -- Marvel's market share is the biggest it's ever been, so…"
"Well, it seems more than just Deadline. ICv2.com has a story, where it says (and maybe Deadline said it too) that Feige's taking over Marvel TV and animation as well. Buckley will answer to Feige on creative matters, and to Perlmutter on…"
"So I read it too, last night. And I don't have much to say. I feel like I've read most of this before, theme-wise and plot-twist-wise, which is only underscored by all the time travel, where we actually re-experience comics we've read…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.