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    You're thinking of a scene in #41, and no, he...

    You're thinking of a scene in #41, and no, he doesn't. He invites her to come with him, only they both know it's not a good idea.

    And then in #51, they discuss why.

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    No, no, Turkish taffy tastes like ice cream. ...

    No, no, Turkish taffy tastes like ice cream.

    Simon's love for Wanda was so great he could hang on and not fully die, allowing her to bring him back. Not hers for him.

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    Yep. That's why I had a Hyperborean warrior...

    Yep. That's why I had a Hyperborean warrior caste, bred from slaves, that fit that description.

    And we did make our Hyperboreans full of eternal sunshine and plenty -- we just added the...
  4. What? What?! Is this any way to act? You're...

    What? What?!

    Is this any way to act?

    You're on the INTERNET, man! Where's your backbone?!

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    Not the Sitwell from the comics. But the...

    Not the Sitwell from the comics.

    But the Sitwell from the comics is in the movies, too. They just call him "Phil Coulson."

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  6. DC already pays out royalties to most of the...

    DC already pays out royalties to most of the creative team. The idea that it's prohibitive to add one more is rubbish.

    Particularly since Marvel's already doing it, without finding it prohibitive,...
  7. I think the point to credits on the cover is...

    I think the point to credits on the cover is selling the book, not being fair to everyone. It's why they put Neil Gaiman and Brad Meltzer's name real big on graphic novels of their packaged to sell...
  8. Creators aren't generally credited in the...

    Creators aren't generally credited in the indicia.



    I'm glad the industry disagrees with you.



    And if Marvel and DC want to compete for top talent, they'll offer competitive deals.
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    I built my Hyperboreans on legends and myth from...

    I built my Hyperboreans on legends and myth from sources Howard would have been familiar with -- the idea that they were extremely long-lived giants comes from Greek accounts, and that seemed to be...
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    More that they're saying, "These guys are bad...

    More that they're saying, "These guys are bad guys, but they're not Nazis. Nazis are a commercial drag unless you're doing a period piece, and they make it harder to rack up the big dolla in...
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    Nope. kdb

    Nope.

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  12. I'm happy to. I think I've made my point well...

    I'm happy to. I think I've made my point well enough that repeating it isn't necessary.

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  13. Sorry. I'm focused on other things at present,...

    Sorry. I'm focused on other things at present, and hoping to stick with creator-owned work as much as possible for a while.

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  14. He doesn't like the story. No sweat, he's...

    He doesn't like the story. No sweat, he's entitled not to.

    But I think the point that it's not the same story has been made as clearly as it's going to be (actually, the arguments on both sides...
  15. I think you're wrong -- what you describe, even...

    I think you're wrong -- what you describe, even if it was an accurate description, isn't "regurgitation." It's at most a different exploration of a similar concept.



    I don't think we did show...
  16. I'm not sure why the difference between...

    I'm not sure why the difference between "rehashed" and "regurgitated" bothers me enough to comment -- I don't think either are true.

    The story you think I regurgitated was that Henry Gyrich took...
  17. Well, you said I considered him Ant-Man. The...

    Well, you said I considered him Ant-Man. The implication seemed to be that that meant that I didn't consider anyone else Ant-Man.



    I like Hank Pym, sure. But I like Scott Lang, too. And Rita de...
  18. Actually, with the exception of the Franklin...

    Actually, with the exception of the Franklin Richards bit, they were all old, resolved issues, that fans kept asking about anyway.

    Jarvis merely explained what had already been established.

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  19. I wrote Hank Pym as Giant-Man, Yellowjacket and...

    I wrote Hank Pym as Giant-Man, Yellowjacket and Goliath, and he only occasionally used the shrinking powers.

    When I used Ant-Man in an Avengers story, it was Scott Lang.

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    Poll: I haven't read Brian's run and can't comment on...

    I haven't read Brian's run and can't comment on it --

    But this doesn't sound like an accurate description of my run. I'd say over my run she gains more understanding of and control of her powers...
  21. Mine was based on the Darkstorm chronology with a...

    Mine was based on the Darkstorm chronology with a couple of minor changes where I disagreed with Dale based on internal evidence in the stories -- but I didn't get to that stuff, so it didn't affect...
  22. Thread: Astro City

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    You should be okay, though SHINING STARS in trade...

    You should be okay, though SHINING STARS in trade #8.

    The stories in it are standalone stories, except for the Silver Agent story, which is something of an epilogue/coda to THE DARK AGE. And the...
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    I don't think those are all that similar -- if...

    I don't think those are all that similar -- if the Loeb book is Marvel's standard size for an "oversized hardcover," it's a lot smaller than this will be. And BIG DAMN SIN CITY is 7" X 10", a little...
  24. Er, 7-10 are a 4-part story, actually. But I...

    Er, 7-10 are a 4-part story, actually.

    But I think any of them can be understood and enjoyed on their own.

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    It doesn't have EYE OF THE CAMERA in it. It's got...

    It doesn't have EYE OF THE CAMERA in it. It's got everything that's in the 400-page 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION, I'm told, plus a ton of paintings and pin-ups by Alex.



    Yeah, the idea that a book...
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