Sept 2017 Podcast: Ask the Gang a question

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Re: Sept 2017 Podcast: Ask the Gang a question

Post by Symbiobro » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:44 am

Hey everybody, question for all of you.

With Marvel Legacy kicking off soon, I can't help but feel like they're just trying to ape the success of DC Rebirth without actually understanding what made that work. DC used Rebirth as an apology to fix a lot of the mistakes they made with the New 52, and based on the sales, it seems to be working very well and fans have reacted very positively to it. Hell, I even started buying some of my first DC books ever with Red Hood and the Outlaws.

Why is Marvel so unwilling to admit they've made mistakes? Is it their ego? Their pride? It's so frustrating to see most of the comics I love being dragged down the drain. Almost all of their books are selling pretty badly, and when they get books in the top 10, it's usually just star wars books.

What do you guys think about Marvel's stubborness?
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Re: Sept 2017 Podcast: Ask the Gang a question

Post by WolfCypher » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:04 am

To everyone on the panel.

Each of you guys and gal think of the one writer, artist, or editor from Marvel you would love to have an interview with. No restrictions, what would be your one question you would love to ask that person if you had the chance?
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Re: Sept 2017 Podcast: Ask the Gang a question

Post by Frontier » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:20 am

To the gang:

How would you compare and contrast the recent, major, push of Otto as a villain in Dan Slott's Spider-Man to to the push Norman got during the 90's? Does one work better then the other?

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Re: Sept 2017 Podcast: Ask the Gang a question

Post by BD » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:21 am

That's more than enough questions to fill an hour. Good job gang.
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