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That's not entirely true. Gwen II has DNA from her partial contributors: Curt Connors, Gwen Stacy, and Peter Parker. This was due to her originally being bonded to the Carnage symbiote, created by Connors. When the symbiote was taken from her it merely left her but her clone make up was already altered, so in a way she is Peter's sister/clone. Source: Ultimate Secrets Handbook (2008).Exactly. With the exception of the blue eyes - which possibly started from a coloring error (and characters eyes change all the time) - Gwen is still the exact same person. She's just in a different body, which also happens to be exactly the same as it was before. There's nothing different about her, on a mental or physical level.
Tony saying she is 100% Gwen could simply be a hyperbole. Remember Bendis is prone to contradicting his own continuity, like he did with Peter's parents' death in Origins #4 despite there being evidence it happened otherwise in USM #33 and #100.
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Quick question if the Venom Suit is based off of Peter's Father's DNA and Carnage which is not a Suit like Venom is based off of the Suit's DNA and Peter's DNA then Gwen at some cell level most share a common strain
"My name is Blink. Who do you THINK is faster?"
A few months back a post confirmed this as valid, I think in that thread about Utimate Marvel Team-Up being canon (one by Plawsky and one by me). And like sage6pths mentioned, they have to share a common strain due to the suit's origins.
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Relaunches, but majority here just claim they're full reboots, but at the end of the day don't seem to neither bother to wikipedia or talk what they know.DC hasn't done reboots?
When has that been considered a reboot? Is Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man a reboot then? Who here would ever consider bringing a new titular character as a reboot? Was Batman Reborn a reboot status quo by your remarks too?How about the original reinvention of the superhero, when they created new versions of Flash and Green Lantern?
Having characters like Pandora create new timelines only means the past timelines are well, alternate timelines as much as the new ones can be considered alternate. Neither is Superboy punching walls or Anti-Monitor destroying universes. I mean, are the Fantastic Four or all time travel/alternate universe stories now reboots too? House of Mutants for example?And, of course, there's the New 52 reboot.
Why would we consider Superman's origin stories a reboot, when Greg Rucka's Punisher relaunch is being treated as it is: a Relaunch, despite completely changing the character's continuity for, well for the very first time as far as i know. Also Plawksy, don't defend MrV, It's not helping him. Let him stand for himself. He needs to learn these things, please do this favor to me.And let's not forget the individual franchise reboots that they've done, like the several Superman origins.
No, killing Peter was the best way to introduce Miles.
Besides, if you want o read a book with Peter Parker, there are like 20 books with Peter. So what's your issue?
And hopefully they will not bring back Ultimate Peter, since there is no need to bring him back. Especially since the dead tend to stay dead in the Ultimate U.
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The Amazing Spider-Man Panel:
Now up: June's Spider-Men, which is, as announced earlier this week, "the beginning of Spider-Man's 50th anniversary" that brings Peter Parker from the Marvel Universe and Miles Morales from the Ultimate Universe together for the first time.
"We're breaking down that wall between the Marvel Universe and the Ultimate Universe, and we're not doing it lightly," Alonso says.
"You can imagine how mind-bending it would be to encounter Peter Parker from another universe, and to discover there is another universe out there," Alonso says of the effect Spider-Men will have on Miles Morales.
Ultimate Gwen Stacy plays a role in the story, and there's a "major revelation about a major character in the Spider-Man mythos" during the series.
"Not an imaginary story, no one's getting bumped in the head at the end of this," Singh adds. "And it begs the question, will we do it again?" Alonso asks.