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    Marvel have slowly but surely been streamlining and trimming down characters/alternative versions. This is a neat idea and makes everything just that little more accessible.
    Personally, I think Marvel are at a pretty decent high at the moment, after a bit of a wobble in the 10s just after Secret Wars.

    I think I’d like more to see stories progress naturally in their own comic. war of the realms/absolute carnage...even to go back to Siege, Infinity...they all could have been told in the pages of the story they were started in. And it would have been a blast and made those issues of Thor/Venom/whatever memorable ones as they were pretty big things to happen. So cut down on the events, but hype the stories within the comics as much as you would an event. Immortal Hulk is doing brilliantly and that doesn’t goes to show you don’t need everything to be a crossover.

    Push obscure characters just that little bit more...Karnak, Black Knight etc...there’s potential in them so it’d be cool to see Marvel he daring.

    And mainly for me would be create more villains. We know what to expect when villain A turns up, it’s about time we introduced more so we genuinely don’t know what to expect. Knull is doing good so far at this. I think Captain Marvels run is having a good try at new villains - id genuinely like to see Vox Supreme appear again.

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    Things change to some degree for the characters every time an arc finishes. Moot thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The BaRoN View Post
    This is the best marvel have been in decades

    Only 5 years ago it was an utter mess

    No X-Men
    No fantastic four
    Change every hero with a diversity push at once
    Spider-Man was a murderer sex creep

    Now We’ve got X-Men and FF back and on top
    Spider-Man is actually fun
    Avengers is solid
    Diverse heroes along side originals instead Of replacing them

    Alonso, IKe and Bendis were not healthy for marvel.
    I found it went massively downhill after No Surrender (which was amazing)

    I didn't find the current series as interesting. I am going to give it another go though.

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    Nah. I’m okay with how things are going in the universe, for the most part. Some small changes, sure. But not to the extent you’re asking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    I think I’d like more to see stories progress naturally in their own comic. war of the realms/absolute carnage...even to go back to Siege, Infinity...they all could have been told in the pages of the story they were started in. And it would have been a blast and made those issues of Thor/Venom/whatever memorable ones as they were pretty big things to happen. So cut down on the events, but hype the stories within the comics as much as you would an event. Immortal Hulk is doing brilliantly and that doesn’t goes to show you don’t need everything to be a crossover.
    I thought Siege worked as an event, but totally agree about Infinity and especially WotR and Absolute Carnage. Hickman straight up admits that the Infinity mini were just additional Avengers issues. WotR had the conclusion to a long running story diluted by the addition of a large cast with no prior relevance to the story, and frequently felt like it was just going out of its way to set up the tie-ins. Absolute Carnage meanwhile just was not a substantial enough story to be stretched beyond one title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshGuy View Post
    I found it went massively downhill after No Surrender (which was amazing)

    I didn't find the current series as interesting. I am going to give it another go though.
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