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Is Marvel Universe: The End, In Continuity or Not?
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Yes, it is definitely In Continuity. 7 41.18%
No, it is Not In Continuity. 7 41.18%
It has absolutely NO IMPACT on the Marvel Universe either way. 3 17.65%
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Marvel Universe: The End, In Continuity or Not
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Marvel Universe: The End, In Continuity or Not

For reference, here is the link to the Thread started by Leonidas:


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Is the Jim Starlin story, Marvel Universe: The End, starring Thanos,
In Continuity or Not?

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It's a possibility.


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why did this need a thread if there's already a discussion topic?


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why did this need a thread if there's already a discussion topic?

Because thats how Horrificus rolls.


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Worst comic story ever. For me, it's not even exist.


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I like to beat a problem to death. Then, once it is defeated, I like to throw it's corpse around a little.

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Re: Marvel Universe: The End, In Continuity or Not

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For reference, here is the link to the Thread started by Leonidas:


http://www.killermovies.com/forums/...mp;pagenumber=1


Is the Jim Starlin story, Marvel Universe: The End, starring Thanos,
In Continuity or Not?


Not continuity

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Not canon material.


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Hold up a sec...

Thanos actually refers to this while talking with Adam Warlock in his solo series (which is canon).

He said that no one else besides the two of them remembered it.

So it has been referenced in a canon comic. I tend to think that it actually happened.


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Hold up a sec...

Thanos actually refers to this while talking with Adam Warlock in his solo series (which is canon).

He said that no one else besides the two of them remembered it.

So it has been referenced in a canon comic. I tend to think that it actually happened.

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it has to be cannon, in the book thanos does refer to the comic cube, and IG.

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Yes Thanos does reference it in his solo series which is why I tend to think of it as canon, but the editors at Marvel have come up with some horribly convoluted way to explain it and still make The End not canon, something like it all happened in another universe (not 616). I think its just easier to accept it.


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I like to beat a problem to death. Then, once it is defeated, I like to throw it's corpse around a little.

Then you've got a serious problem.


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Yes Thanos does reference it in his solo series which is why I tend to think of it as canon, but the editors at Marvel have come up with some horribly convoluted way to explain it and still make The End not canon, something like it all happened in another universe (not 616). I think its just easier to accept it.


Andy Schimdt, i believe.

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According to Wikipedia, it took place on soime other Earth... 3421 or something... smile


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Originally posted by DigiMark007
Hold up a sec...

Thanos actually refers to this while talking with Adam Warlock in his solo series (which is canon).

He said that no one else besides the two of them remembered it.

So it has been referenced in a canon comic. I tend to think that it actually happened.


Exactly. It also states in his Nova Corps files that he destroyed reality before as well. Guess Adam spread the word.


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Yes its Cannon, Thanos mentions it in his solo series to Adam Warlock, and thanos solo series has to be cannon because at the end of his series he has meet up with fallen one, and Starlord has left the super prison thing where oblivion was being held.

They might be able to say that, the End wasnt cannon, but then that would mean that thanos solo series wasnt cannon and neither is all of Annihilation...which im pretty sure is...


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<<This is what Andy Schmidt who is an editor from Marvel and currently working on Annihilation had to say about Marvel: The End.

"Someone else answered this later, but just so you get it from me as well: MARVEL UNIVERSE: THE END is an out of continuity story, however, Thanos does refer to some "event" that seemingly bore a similar resemblence to the THE END story that occured some time in between INFINITY ABYSS and THANOS #1."


Also in Akhenaten's profile in OHOTMU A-Z #1 in 2006 it says that he is from the Earth-4321 reality. And it also states "At least some of Earth-4321's events may have occurred in the Earth-616 reality, but the extent of this duplication remains unrevealed."
http://img189.imageshack.us/my.php?...khenatenxl9.jpg

All the other "The End" books were not canon and more of a what if. But the event that happened in Marvel: The End were hinted to in Thanos solo comic and also in the profile for Thanos in Annihilation.>>


dumbest.

explanation.






















EVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!
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anyway, it supports the notion that only a universe was destroyed -- if even that much happened in 616. erm


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Boo. Leave it to Marvel to make an incredibly sh*tty explanation to cover up a writer's blunder.


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