History ComicBook / Marvel2099

1st Mar '18 7:57:29 AM SilverSupernova
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** The subsequent revivals of the line reveal that ComicBook/CaptainAmerica is a Latina woman, Comicbook/BlackWidow is an African-American woman, Comibook/IronMan suffers from dwarfism and ComicBook/TheVision is a woman.

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** The subsequent revivals of the line reveal that ComicBook/CaptainAmerica is a Latina woman, Comicbook/BlackWidow is an African-American woman, Comibook/IronMan suffers from dwarfism and ComicBook/TheVision is a woman. Two 2099 versions of Deadpool also exist, both of which are women [[spoiler:and the original's daughters, one being a mutant and the other half demon]].
1st Jan '18 8:23:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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Aside from some brief revisits, the entire 2099 franchise has largely become another part of geek trivia. Spider-Man 2099 has received some new attention from being featured in recent ''{{Spider-Man}}'' video games, most notably ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' and ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''. Oh, and he was also part of the Comicbook/{{Exiles}} for a while, and in the months just prior to Comicbook/MarvelNOW, writers tease the fans the Peter Parker's replacement in ''The Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' would be his 2099 counterpart, [[TrollingCreator though this would eventually be proven false.]] However, he ''was'' a major player in some arcs, which led to [[spoiler:Alchemax being created in Earth-616]]. Miguel now has a new ongoing series, and took part in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' BatFamilyCrossover. In 2015, the 2099 timeline was one of the alternate universes featured in the third season of ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', with Miguel appearing as one of the major characters. One of the mini-series featured in ''Comicbook/SecretWars2015'' was ''Secret Wars 2099'', a title focusing on the 2099 version of Comicbook/TheAvengers (featuring analogues of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Comicbook/IronMan, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}).

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Aside from some brief revisits, the entire 2099 franchise has largely become another part of geek trivia. Spider-Man 2099 has received some new attention from being featured in recent ''{{Spider-Man}}'' ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' video games, most notably ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' and ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime''. Oh, and he was also part of the Comicbook/{{Exiles}} for a while, and in the months just prior to Comicbook/MarvelNOW, writers tease the fans the Peter Parker's replacement in ''The Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' would be his 2099 counterpart, [[TrollingCreator though this would eventually be proven false.]] However, he ''was'' a major player in some arcs, which led to [[spoiler:Alchemax being created in Earth-616]]. Miguel now has a new ongoing series, and took part in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' BatFamilyCrossover. In 2015, the 2099 timeline was one of the alternate universes featured in the third season of ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', with Miguel appearing as one of the major characters. One of the mini-series featured in ''Comicbook/SecretWars2015'' was ''Secret Wars 2099'', a title focusing on the 2099 version of Comicbook/TheAvengers (featuring analogues of ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Comicbook/IronMan, Comicbook/BlackWidow, and ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}).
29th Nov '17 12:01:30 AM EmperorNorton
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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The final issue of ''Ravage 2099'' is one of the most thorough deck-clearing exercises in comic book history. Doom shows up, douses the entire island in liquid Adamantium with Ravage and his entire supporting cast on it, then fires the lot directly into space. The end. Even the ''letter column'' is pretty matter-of-fact about this.]]
14th Sep '17 4:39:25 AM CharlesPhipps
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* ALighterShadeOfBlack: While Doctor Doom's morality has always been DependingOnTheWriter like most long-running characters, this version was of the NobleDemon PragmaticVillainy types. As a man of his word who keeps the trains running on time, he's demonstratively superior to the CorruptCorporateExecutive types who presently rule the world and don't care about anything but their expense accounts. He's still a absolute monarch and tyrant but of the Vetinari type.

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* ALighterShadeOfBlack: While Doctor Doom's morality has always been DependingOnTheWriter like most long-running characters, DependingOnTheWriter, this version was of the NobleDemon PragmaticVillainy types. interpretation. As a man of his word who keeps the trains running on time, protects his subjects as long as they're loyal, he's demonstratively superior to the CorruptCorporateExecutive types who presently rule the world and don't care about anything but their expense accounts. world. He's still a absolute monarch and world-conquering tyrant but the conquered population [[spoiler: of the Vetinari type.United States]] ironically has more freedom under him than their previous oppressors.
14th Sep '17 4:37:15 AM CharlesPhipps
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* ALighterShadeOfBlack: While Doctor Doom's morality has always been DependingOnTheWriter like most long-running characters, this version was of the NobleDemon PragmaticVillainy types. As a man of his word who keeps the trains running on time, he's demonstratively superior to the CorruptCorporateExecutive types who presently rule the world and don't care about anything but their expense accounts. He's still a absolute monarch and tyrant but of the Vetinari type.
30th Jul '17 6:45:19 PM nombretomado
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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse [[XMeetsY meets]] {{Cyberpunk}}.

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The Franchise/MarvelUniverse [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] {{Cyberpunk}}.
28th Apr '17 11:34:04 PM timotaka
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* MultiEthnicName:
** Miguel O'Hara is Portuguese/Spanish and Irish.
** Kenshiro Cochrane is Japanese and Scottish/Irish.
27th Apr '17 9:16:09 PM timotaka
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** ''Manifest Destiny'' also explained that the Solar System was enveloped in a bubble of cosmic energy which formed a nigh indestructible barrier put there by aliens to isolate Earth from the rest of the galaxy. Conflicting with this is that several different alien species had previously shown up in various 2099 titles.
12th Feb '17 4:13:49 PM timotaka
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** Spider-Man is half-Latino half-white, Ghost Rider is half-Japanese half-white, and ComicBook/DoctorStrange is a young woman who looks at least vaguely Asian.
** The subsequent revivals of the line reveal that ComicBook/CaptainAmerica is a Latina woman, Comicbook/BlackWidow is an African-American woman, Comibook/IronMan suffers from dwarfism, ComicBook/TheVision is a woman and ComicBook/MoonKnight is a Muslim woman.

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** Spider-Man is half-Latino half-white, Ghost Rider is half-Japanese half-white, and ComicBook/DoctorStrange is a young woman who looks at least vaguely Asian.
Asian and ComicBook/MoonKnight is a Muslim woman.
** The subsequent revivals of the line reveal that ComicBook/CaptainAmerica is a Latina woman, Comicbook/BlackWidow is an African-American woman, Comibook/IronMan suffers from dwarfism, dwarfism and ComicBook/TheVision is a woman and ComicBook/MoonKnight is a Muslim woman.
4th Feb '17 6:53:18 PM Taskmaster123
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* CharacterDevelopment: Doom 2099 is less bombastic, doesn't go into hammy rants, cares about others and will abandon his plans and risk his life to save innocent people. In one issue, he even ''bows'' to a Wakandan princess in a gesture of respect. When he time travelled to the past and met up with present-day Doom, he was less than impressed.
-->Doom 2099: Gad! Was I really such a boor?
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