Please tell me somebody says "Until Bucky is brought back as a Hydra agent Make Mine Marvel" in the letter column for the trifecta.Or were Arkon's thunderbolts intended to become a source for future stories, such as you might find in the Fortress of Solitude or the Batcave?
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I don't see Thor bonding with Eric Masterson as exactly a restoration of the Don Blake status quo.
It was established quite a ways back that Blake was actually an artificial identity constructed by Odin, i.e. In contrast, it is very clear that Eric Masterson is a completely separate person from Thor, with his own history & personality. Luckily, by 1995, Marvel's output contracts big time, and, for a good chunk of the year, the X-Men books, a sizable chunk of the line, are an alternate timeline.
I seem to remember that there were, but can't recall the specifics anymore. With a July '94 cover date, that would mean Century appeared in animation some four more months after his creation--would that be a record, not counting characters created specifically for other media?
(Though it seems evident there was a lot of synergy going on.) It seems funny that an Abnett\Lansing team revamp with Iron Man as the cornerstone of a franchise is so poorly executed as both aspects would, albeit separately, be huge parts of the MCU.
But there's just soooooo damn much coming out from Marvel in 19, much of it not good, that I certainly understand why he's skipping over a number of things.
To risk stating the obvious, "force works" seems a PG-13 riff on "wetworks" or lethal covert operations. It helped draw me back into the Marvel fold after a time when I had avoided comics for about 10 years.
And of course several issues of Force Works were part of "The Crossing" storyline.
So fnord might be covering those issues when he gets to those specific arcs. As someone who actually liked Force Works (albeit with the proviso that it never lived up to it's potential, something fnord points out is the case with a lot of supposedly "proactive" superhero series) I would have liked to see fnord's write-ups on as many of these issues as possible.
The New Mutants and the Hellions would make a great teen comedy/soap opera, with very few superheroics involved.