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    Little kids who first saw him on Superhero Squad 12 years ago, are old enough to have income now.

    Makes sense to have him back in comics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadFacedKid View Post
    Your in this meetings? I mean of course you’d have to have some writing credentials and the pitch would really have to sell them. I’d imagine that’s what happened with Reptil here
    Were YOU in this meeting? Oh wait, this is just how you 'imagine' it works.

    You asked a question. I answered with my experience of what Marvel has published in the last 45+ years, and information I've read from Tom Brevroot, Alex Alonso, Joe Q and other Marvel editors interviews and posts, as well as tons of writers and artists talking about their pitches, what books they'd love to do, and how they got gigs at Marvel.

    There's also this on their website, important info highlighted.

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    While we can’t accept your unsolicited submissions, please know that Marvel is always looking for new comic book artists and writers. We constantly read and review indie, self-published, creator-owned, and web-comics, review popular online art communities, ask other artists for opinions and recommendations, and host portfolio reviews at conventions from time to time. If you are an aspiring comic book artist or writer, we suggest you publish or publicly post your material, continue to create, and if you have the right stuff...we’ll find you.
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    The exception seems to be people famous outside of comics, like CM Punk, Patton Oswald, JJ Abrams, Kevin Smith, etc. who are given books, ostensibly, with their choice of characters -- and even then, I'm sure Marvel STRONGLY suggests characters that fit in with their publishing strategies at the moment.

    Marvel editorial CHOOSES which characters they want to push, and often try to 'make' characters / teams happen, while completely ignoring proven or fan favorite characters.
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    I’m okay with this. You’ve got to give other heroes a shot.

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    Have no idea who this guy is but new heroes are always ALWAYS welcome in this growing universe

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    I wouldn't say I was excited about this... the only time I ever saw him was avengers Arena and that was a trainwreck. That said, I don't have a problem with it either. He's a hispanic character with a fairly unique power set.... and he's not immediately taking the 'mantle' of a character I like more. I say give him a shot and see what happens

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    Wow, I first saw Reptil in Initiative, and then Avengers Academy, and he was one of my favorites there. (I liked Finesse more, but she's a much harder sell.)

    Since his powers expanded over the course of AA from 'dino-parts' to full dino-forms (after the encounter with Korvac), he's got some fun potential.

    That said, my first thought was 'Is it April 1st?'

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    He looks like a disney XD character. That probably fits the target audience lol.
    december 21st has passed where are my superpowers?

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    best of luck to reptil.

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    You all keep saying he is "hispanic" but what country is he from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milici View Post
    You all keep saying he is "hispanic" but what country is he from?
    Nevada, USA


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    So not hispanic then, as a Latin American, born, raised, and living in Latinamerica I don't feel represented by a gringo who is fighting for Murica.

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    I hope this series also reintroduces some more Initiative members.
    Calling Wanda a Pretender is Trumpian at best

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    This is pretty cool. I miss back when Marvel was giving an ongoing book for everyone and their mothers. I don't even care if most ended up cancelled; it was nice getting some different, out of the box characters headlining stuff for a change.

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    While I am not the target audience for this, I glad Marvel is still willing to put out comics for lesser know characters, that might appeal to kids.

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