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Prison Break Confirmed for Season 4 (Article) - 3/25/2008 9:42:28 AM

"what do you expect from CBS?" What does that mean? CBS brought Jericho back for this season. They should be praised for that alone. Other networks would have just let it stay canceled. The ratings were horrible for this mini 2nd season. You can't blame them for canceling a low rated show. They gave it a 2nd shot. Not enough people cared. Blame those people, not CBS.

Unspecified Title (Article) - 3/5/2008 5:48:59 AM

Is Secret Invasion Saga like the Handbooks or Nick Fury Files or whatever? Is it an actual story or just bios on the main characters that will be featured in Secret Invasion?

The Blob Has Been Cast for WOLVERINE? (Article) - 2/25/2008 9:24:09 AM

Mutant pets... that's an interesting idea. 20105: Maggott's slugs wouldn't really be considered mutated pets. They weren't mutant slugs, they were his mutated digestive system. So technically, they're a part of him, not pets. Lockjaw - was he a dog exposed to the terrigan mists, or was he an inhuman who mutated to that form when he was exposed?

LOST: The Economist (Article) - 2/16/2008 7:23:01 AM

It was recently announced that they're only going to air 7 episodes, then there will be a 4 - 6 week break. Apparently episode 8 (which was filmed pre-strike) works better as a mini-premire than a mini-finale, so it will kick off the final 6 episodes of the season. Making season 4 a 13 episode season. I've also read that the missing 3 episodes from this season will be added to the remaining seasons, so in the end the same number of Lost episodes will be filmed.

One Comicscape, Many Subjects (Article) - 1/16/2008 12:10:39 PM

What's even lamer about the undoing of the unmasking is Marvel's claims that people remember Spider-Man unmasking but they can't remember who was under the mask. The unmasking was Tony Stark's idea. It was a huge step for him in his plan to get heroes to register. He's a pretty smart guy, Tony, wouldn't he at some point think back to Spider-Man unmasking and find it a little odd that he can't remember who it was? Wouldn't Mr. Fantastic do the same? Wouldn't these two geniuses be very interested in this bizarre mystery? Oh, wait, it was magic that undid the unmasking and the marriage. It doesn't have to make sense. Making sense would mean they actually cared about telling a good story.

Ultimate Human (Article) - 1/16/2008 7:59:59 AM

Did Ultimate Hulk vs. Wolverine ever actually end?

Amazing Spider-Man #546 (Article) - 1/16/2008 6:33:17 AM

Just because OMD and BND were planned after Secret Invasion was planned doesn't mean SI can't fix the screw ups caused by One More Day. This whole thing just seems too huge and ridiculous to be a lasting change. And I wouldn't put it past Quesada to act like this is the permenent Status Quo and get the internet all riled up, just to undo it a year later. The whole idea is so contrary to everything Marvel is usually about. Marvel always seemed to move things forward, not backwards. They always seemed proud that they never had a Crisis. Hopefully Marvel will fix this.

Amazing Spider-Man #546 (Article) - 1/15/2008 12:02:40 PM

I've got a question: Why should we care about Spider-Man now? Or any Marvel book? Apparently, at any moment Marvel could negate 20 years worth of continuity. Why should we get involved with the stories? Also, online petitions are nice, but we all know how Joe Quesada feels about negative feedback via the internet. Actual letters need to be written. Maybe we should all send tigers to the Marvel offices too. Worked for Jericho with the peanuts sent to CBS.

Amazing Spider-Man #546 (Article) - 1/15/2008 8:54:26 AM

dracor00, the New Avengers title simply hasn't caught up to Amazing Spider-Man yet. It will. I hope sales suck for ASM and they do use Secret Invasion as an out. Spider-Man's been a Skrull since just prior to Civil War. It wasn't really Peter Parker who made the deal with Mephisto, so it's not valid and POOF! Everything is back to normal.

Amazing Spider-Man #546 (Article) - 1/15/2008 6:27:32 AM

The worst part is, unless it gets fixed in the next month or two, when it inevitably is retconned, it'll be an even bigger mess. I can't believe that anyone at Marvel thought this was a good idea. "Let's move the character forward by resetting his past!" Good plan!


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