And on his 75th anniversary, no less.
Marvel gives no shits for the Sub-Mariner, it would seem. It's been a rough year for the character in general (and that's not even getting into the whole getting jobbed by Black Panther thing).
>2012 = Marvel Now
>2014 = All-New Marvel Now
>2015 = All-New All-Different Marvel
same reason TV has a series of premiers every autumn.
And the competition is so high nowadays you have to capture the readers again and again and again, you cannot do it once and expect to hold them without investment.
Why didn't DC let Miller make this a Batman story?
So where is Kyle, guys?
Who is the Flash's biggest adversary? Zoom/Reverse-Flash or Snart?
One of the main selling points of the Rogues is that they're more likely to team up with the Flash, especially if it's Wally, to take down a bigger threat, than aid the likes of Zoom or Grodd. That and it's weird to not take them into account as a team but as individual members.
You should, in fact, include Grodd in the question instead of Cold.
Continuing on from last night, i present Hot Blue Leather pt. 2
Hey, let's read a few last Star Wars tales!
Often, when a writer ruins a character by making them do horrible things, a later writer has to fix the damage, like what hapened with Scarlet Witch, Hal Jordan, etc.
Sometimes however, writers don't bother, and the character is still tainted.
For instace, Bishop of the X-Men went on a quest to kill a child and ended up killing billions of people in a future Earth along the way. No wonder no writer wants to use him anymore.
Cheated on her boyfriend in his apartment when he was grieving from a friend being beaten close to death.
Why does Kelly hates C.M. Schulz? He usually likes old boring entertainment.
>implying Schulz isn't buried with his thousand blocks of jew gold
What are some hybrids between a novel and a comic?
Like something that is too much word heavy to be a comic and uses too much pictures to be a novel.
How can Marvel claim legal rights to Captain Marvel's name if the name "Captain Marvel" was already in use?
I'm pretty sure you can get copyrights overturned if people try shady shit like this.
the thing is while Cap appeared before Marvel's Mar-vell, hell even before Marvel was named Marvel, there was a while during that time after the DC lawsuit drove Fawcett to close shop, DC didn't acquired the rights immediately, and during that time the right of the name were in limbo, those before DC could secure the rights, Marvel realize there is no current copyright on the name, so they create their own, by the time DC is able to get the rights of the original character, Marvel had already established his with all the legal background established, thus we end they...
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It wasn't in use. Fawcett stopped publishing Captain Marvel comics in the early 1950's after they settled with DC or something like that. So the name wasn't used for more than a decade by the time Marvel used it.
And it's a trademark issue, not a copyright issue. Trademarks have to be continuously in use otherwise they lose it.
Quick! Claim your Shen Gong Wu before anyone else does!
I got the Golden Tiger Claws.
I choose The Ring of Nine Dragons!
Now NONE of us will be virgins!
It's an old joke but it works.
Buck Danny storytime
Oh shit, oh fuck!