--Previous Message-- But I don't want an ongoing that's anything like the mini! I think I've already decided to skip the conclusion and just read about it in Major Spoilers.
: If nobody bought the last issue, it would send
: a message that Alpha/Omega has once again
: failed and it would be very inlikely we'd
: see another series in a long, long time.
: I'm very much enjoying this series and hope
: it continues for a long, long time.
: Plus what Marvel book (other then
: Spider-Girl) DOESN'T decompress these days?
: It helps them sell more and they know it and
: I assume they encourage it as much as
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But I don't want an ongoing that's anything like the mini! I think I've already decided to skip the conclusion and just read about it in Major Spoilers.
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