One More Day
That useless Hate Monger story
The black suit being alive, I'll retcon the whole freaking thing and keep it as a nice favorite of Spidey
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Civil War, Back In Black, & One More Day - so no Aunt Mays getting shot at, no deals with Mephisto, and with marriage completely kept.
Quality of Life too - without One More Day, I'd assume all whose lives f$%^ed up following it would be restored too - Billy included. Why not Martha as well - not to mention Curtis'?
Sins Past should be erase of Earth and all copies being burnt to hell and not allow to speak about that disgusting story ever.
There's a discussion about it in an earlier thread. Slott makes some good points about in posts 33 and 60.
One More Day, natch.
Actually, no. Let's go further back. Revelations (The Clone Saga finale, not Straczynski's story) And May's subsequent resurrection later on. Surely then everyone's a winner. Single spidey. Pete and MJ living happily ever after with baby May. Aunt May's finest hour remains Aunt May's finest hour.
"The Tardis, when working properly, is capable of many amazing things. Not unlike myself."
Sins Past, Parallel Lives, OMD and whatever stupid story arc made the Aunt May that died in #400 a fuckin actress.
Grim hunt would have never happened undid Last Hunt which was a fantastic story
Not really a fan of retcons. I would probably opt instead for a reboot.
"I came to the conclusion that the optimist thought everything good except the pessimist, and the pessimist thought everything bad, except himself." -- G.K. Chesterton
Sins Past. Whoever wrote that should never touch the series again.
Well, I wouldn't miss Parallel Lives, OMD, or Alpha, I'll tell you that much.
But I probably wouldn't retcon anything. Spider-Man has a lot of shit stories, but who cares? Time better spent making good stories instead.
Sins Past is tougher. You'd have to explain why Mary Jane recalled learning Gwen's secret, as well as dream sequences of Norman Osborn's in Dark Avengers. And then you'd need to figure out why someone wanted to convince Peter Parker that Gwen Stacy had been knocked up by Norman Osborn.
This was manageable during Secret Invasion, when you could just blame the Skrulls. There's more to contradict any retcon of it now.