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DC's massive crossovers like Infinite Crisis are corporately-driven, Marvel's aren't

Says Joe Q. http://www.newsarama.com/JoeFridays/JoeFridays13.html

People put your boots on, the bullshit is getting deep!


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but honestly it's true accept for the marvel don't do the same let see

infininty gaunlet - cLASSIC
infinintyWAR
infininty CRUSADE ABYSS
Marvel the THE END
the whole secret wars thing
although i'm not sure of house of M

serioulsy if the dissions to do the all those was for the benefit and interset of the customers


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Please. Marvel has A TON of corporate-driven crossovers and big grand events that are bloody and death-filled to rake up dough.

DC has only Four (discounting recent events):

The Infinite Crisis
Death of Superman
Our Worlds At War
Parallax Saga

Hell Marvel even said that there main comic hero was a CLONE for all these years. That's how desperate they were.


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who are you referring to? spidey?


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Yep. It was a desperate move...and it FAILED miserably. They quickly repaired such a terrible blunder.


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Terrible? I am the only one who enjoyed the Clone Saga and how it all turned out? embarrasment


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It's one thing to have inter-title continuity. It's another thing to bleed your customer's wallets dry with the recent Sacrifice storyline, making anyone who wanted to follow it buy three Superman titles, Wonderwoman, and then--oh no, it wasn't actually concluded as they said it would be, you had to buy OMAC 4 also. Marvel's done the same thing, don't think this a simply slight on DC, but that's just the most recent example. To be fair, in recent years, thanks in part to Joe Q's efforts, that kind of stuff has lessened at Marvel--House of M has it's own series, which sucks, so you can follow the action there, and you don't have to buy all the mini-series and crossover issues. Whereas at DC, it seems if you don't read one of the mini-series, you miss a crucial part of the story--in one way that's good, it makes it a varied, large, and interesting tapestry which can create a compelling story. In one way it's bad in that no one wants to pay for all of it, and if the end result doesn't deliver, people get PISSED (Onslaught).


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