Joshua Williamson & Rafa Sandoval Team up for the Final Issue of JUSTICE LEAGUE out on April 19The Death of the Justice League is only the beginning of the story. Superstar writer Joshua Williamson (BATMAN) and artist Rafa Sandovel (THE FLASH)…See More
"Early Hank Pym may qualify. He was in mourning for his first wife, and considered Janet Van Dyne a nuisance and an airhead. Looking at his early 1960s dialogue today, it was pretty insulting. But she didn't seem to mind -- you could argue she…"
"That Whedon "had to cheat on his wife" may be the most egregious line, but there plenty of 'em. Thinking he was one of the nicer showrunners, for example. The Gal Gadot gaslighting. Hinting at a conspiracy. Calling Fisher a bad…"
"Both Marvel and DC tend to put "Volume 1" on a given TPB series when, I guess, they start a new one? Regardless of when and where it falls in continuity? I don't really know. I've got all sorts of contradictory "Volume…"
""IIRC, the titles affected had been turned over to the Image guys."
Yes, this is when the affected titles were turned over to the Image guys, but I cannot speak to the reasons behind it.
"It is probably for the better that they now…"
"Refresh my memory. I didn't buy the Heroes Reborn titles. IIRC, the titles affected had been turned over to the Image guys. Was this part of Marvel's attempts to avoid bankruptcy, which also precipitated the sale of movie…"
"If we consider the Crisis-related DC relaunches of the mid-1980s a special case and disregard them for a moment, Heroes Reborn and Heroes Return were not the first few cases of relaunches with new #1s, but they may well have been the…"
""And Ms. Marvel #19 (2014) was actually published in 2015, so the 2014 date is kinda counter-intuitive."
"Further, the next iteration of Ms. Marvel began in 2015.So when you see Ms. Marvel (2015), do they mean…"
""Basically it functioned as a means to position Kang as the ultimate heavyweight of the Marvel Universe and to set up a storyline about various MU timelines colliding. The very last panel hints that Miraclemen will probably exist in one of…"
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.