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OmegaWhite
OmegaWhite

This is my first time commenting on any website, but I have something to get off my chest. I don't know if anyone at MARVEL will even see this or if anything will even come of it, but I need to say it. I'M GETTING A LITTLE TIRED OF TITLE REBOOTS. I can understand if there is a title change, that one's a no brainer (even if the replacement title doesn't last and essentially serves as a drawn out prelude to a reboot, as was the case with Superior Spider-Man and Amazing Spider-Man), but seriously, reboot after reboot is getting f'n annoying. If it's the same character and the same title, keep the numbers growing. I've been collecting comic books for a little over 30 years (G.I.Joe A Real American Hero was my first MARVEL title, and then Uncanny X-Men) and I would get excited about my favorite comic titles reaching 200 or 300 or 700 issues. I know it's a silly thing to get frustrated about, but really rebooting a title after 15 or 25 issues, especially if it retains the same title and character, is even more silly. What happens when they kill of Wolverine (one of my favorites you better bring him back), are they going to reboot his title again? There has been 6 or 7 versions of the Wolverine core title and like 8 of Captain America (another favorite). It's a sad thing to know that the industry cannot even get to the point of a Milestone issue anymore, Amazing Spider-Man #700 was the last. R.I.P the Milestone. BUT even with my gripes, I still enjoy what MARVEL brings to the comics table, unlike that other company that rebooted their entire universe and is rehashing old stories in new ways. What an F'up that is.