[QUOTE=ClasikRok;9226555]With the impending return of our beloved Mary Jane Watson in ASM #601, I was curious to know if MJ will be sticking around. I've been going through a bit of MJ withdrawl since her last appearance in ASM #561, and am very hopeful to see MJ in Peter's life on a more regular basis.[/QUOTE]
I thought by [B]"MJ"[/B] you meant ... never mind.
Can we expect any "New" X-books after Utopia? Because it seems that after every X-Event a group of new titles are born.
I'm suffering from a variation of "event fatigue" - call it "osborn fatigue."
I'm sick of having Norman Osborn in every stickin' book you publish. Is there an end in site for the Dark Reign storyline, and how in the bleep are you going to put this genie back in the bottle? If it involves a deal with Mephisto, you're in big trouble...........
My questions still weren't answered and they were posted in very first CoJ questions thread. What the hell?
Marvel Comics Presents didn't make it past issue 12, and now, if I'm not mistaken, Astonishing Tales is over with issue 6. What do you think is the problem when it comes to trying to sell these anthology series? Do you think most readers have no interest, or do you feel Marvel could promote them better. They have great potential, are fun, and could spin off great minis or ongoings.
And will there be any news on which story from assistant editor month won the contest?
Hiya Joe. I've got questions and hopefully you've got answers.
-Since you've been involved in various Marvel Animation projects, by chance have you heard any new developments about BET's Black Panther animated series? There was some casting announcements a few months ago, but nothing since then not even a release date. Can we still expect it by the end of 2009?
-Can we have an update on the status of Loeb and Sale's Captain America: White book especially now with all the big things going on in the regular Cap title?
[QUOTE=arp2008;9231263]My questions still weren't answered and they were posted in very first CoJ questions thread. What the hell?[/QUOTE]
They don't ask every question.
[QUOTE=lobsterj;9235259]They don't ask every question.[/QUOTE]My question pertained the $3.99 topic covered last week and all I asked for in response was a "yes" or "no". Another related or similar question to mine wasn't asked or answered, either. What the hell?
1. How about a sentence at the beginning of comics, especially those involved with crossovers, telling us "This story takes place before ..." or " read issue # of Dark Avengers before reading this issue".
2. Will we be finding out what Mary Jane said to Mephisto in Amazing Spider-Man # 600? My money is on she wanted to remember the marriage.
3. How about a Not Essential Not Brand Ecchs?
How about rebooting the MU and all of it's core characters including Mar-Vell, in launching a revolutionary approach to comics similiar to the XBox or the playstation or Ipods, in that the monthly "units" are animated episodes to play on your "Comic Book Player 1" or Comic-Station, that is customizable to your own interests, however keeping the working artist hired, and the units being sold monthly at speciality shops?
It would even appear like a book, I'm picturing something like a laptop in appearance but it opens like a comic book...and would be superior to your digital comics campaign.
They could update the system ever so often and it gives you a chance to start everything over while still keeping the printed page active, even having tie-in's.
Buy 'em, trade 'em, collect 'em, it would be a successful addition to the overall thing, I just don't want the written and penciled and inked comic book to die.
your friendly neighborhood Captain Marvel fan,
1. How far can Reed Richards stretch?
2.Can the Human torch catch a cold?
3. If Wolverine and Sabertooth are brothers why does Howlett have dark hair and Creed blond?
I have a question:
When is the second omnibus of Chris Claremont's Uncanny X-men run going to be released? Is it ever going to be released?
Strange Question..... Are DC, and Marvel allowed to sell their company owned characters to the other Company?
Joe, do you have any plans for restoring the Marvel Universe to some sort of status quo, where we can see some happy endings once in a while, and where the good guys get along with each other somewhat? You know, like it was from the Sixties until Avengers Disassembled?
I read comics for escape. I like comics and movies that make me feel good. This Dark Marvel has dragged on so long. Real life is dark enough -- I don't need gloomy comics to make me more depressed.
At this point, it would be a major innovation to have the good guys actually win. And it's grossly unrealistic (in the context of the Marvel Universe) that Norman Osborne could get away with this for so long without Somebody taking him down.
I'm loving, LOVING, Utopia right now in Uncanny X-Men and my jaw hit the floor with the beautiful Jae Lee cover for Dark X-Men: the Beginning. Any chance we'll be seeing a Dark X-Men on-going in the future? Better yet with Jae Lee on pencils?