cerebrosbeforehoes replied to your post “NO. I hope this isn’t true. 1. I don’t think the Avengers books are…”
carmine di giandomenico had apparently posted on Facebook about finishing the final issue, then deleted it when people were like “whaaaa??” but I agree, I feel like all the character development will be lost, and I’m upset. :(
I saw that. A few people said that he might’ve meant he finished his last contracted issue (18). A few days later he posted that he was waiting for the next ANXF script. Which gives me hope. But I still just want a definite confirmation about what’s happening.
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everybodyilovedies replied to your post “NO. I hope this isn’t true. 1. I don’t think the Avengers books are…”
how did someone post this, since it sounds like it’s just… random speculation? based partially on the MCU, which, wtf. Go away.What.
I hope it is just speculation. But part of me is like, would Marvel change their comic output to reflect the MCU? It’s possible…GAH
NO. I hope this isn’t true.
1. I don’t think the Avengers books are as good for character development recently. X-Factor has been so good for Quicksilver’s character development. Unless they get a new writer doing the Avengers.
2. I don’t want the rest of the team to disappear. I’ve loved getting to know all of them. And you can’t get rid of great character like Polaris, Gambit, and Danger. It’s a crime!
At any rate, we’ll know by the time NYCC comes around next week.
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Sounds good! I’ll definitely post it here when I’m done!
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