No one stays dead in comics except Uncle Ben & Buc - oh, nvm *NT*
Posted by Darkhawk on 8/30/2006, 9:11 pm, in reply to "Re: Questioning what might be a faulty assumption...."
: Id be safe in assuming they are truly
: dead..whatever that means.
: But whats dead anyways when Jason Todd comes
: Its not final unles your Mar-vell or cap'n
: stacy ..thats a comics law...
: I think some sort of new series will
: happen....it will need to be thought out
: though as YA/runaways are currently holding
: down the fort with the target groups.
: It cant be half a$$ed..or it will fail.
: --Previous Message--
: This is going to sound strange, given the
: several months of posts on this site, but...
: is there actually any PROOF that Night
: Thrasher, Microbe and Namorita Prentiss are
: It may sound like I'm grasping at straws,
: but given Marvel's general reluctance to
: permanently kill characters, I find the
: following line, part of the Night Thrasher
: entry in The All New Official Handbook of
: the Marvel Universe #8, to be suspicious:
: "The [reality TV] series took a tragic
: turn during an episode in Stamford,
: Connecticut, where the villain Nitro caused
: an explosion that killed hundreds --
: including, it seems, Night Thrasher and the
: other Warriors present."
: Operative words, "it seems."
: Plus, Wizard Magazine #179 notes that the
: New Warriors face "an uncertain
: future" in Civil War: Front Line
: "and beyond."
: What do you guys think? am I grasping at
: straws here, thinking that Marvel may be
: planning a new series based on the Warriors?
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