History ComicBook / OneMoreDay

12th Jul '16 7:42:04 AM dsneybuf
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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. For now, ''Renew Your Vows'' just seems like more ShipTease.

While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.

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However, things aren't necessarily set in stone for the couple. The ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' event has a follow-up to this story called ''Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows''. The story features an alternate version of Peter Parker who remained married to Mary Jane, and tells the story of how they raise their daughter, Annie. This version of the character first appeared in the ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', however fleetingly. Given that each series in ''Secret Wars'' was stated to have an impact on the "All-New Marvel" line, many were hoping that the two will end up together again in the new continuity. For now, ''Renew Your Vows'' just seems like more ShipTease.

While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.
11th Jul '16 1:53:10 PM mlsmithca
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While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', it [[AndTheFandomRejoiced will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.[[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/]]

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While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', it [[AndTheFandomRejoiced will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.[[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/]]com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/ it will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.
11th Jul '16 12:29:17 PM Digifiend
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While it didn't continue in ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'', it [[AndTheFandomRejoiced will be continued]] in ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.[[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/07/11/scoop-gerry-conway-and-ryan-stegman-revisit-renew-your-vows-for-marvel-now/]]
6th Jul '16 10:00:52 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* FantasticAesop: The story is essentially a result of Quesada wanting to spilt up Mary Jane and Peter, but at the same time don't wanting to imply a "divorce is okay" aesop. Apparently, he was just fine with implying the impossible "dealing with the devil is okay".

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* FantasticAesop: The story is essentially a result of Quesada wanting to spilt up Mary Jane and Peter, but at the same time don't wanting to imply a "divorce is okay" aesop. Apparently, he was just fine with implying the impossible "dealing "making deals with the devil is okay".
6th Jul '16 9:59:51 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* FantasticAesop: Quesada didn't want to imply a "divorce is okay" aesop, but was just fine with implying the impossible "dealing with the devil is okay".

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* FantasticAesop: The story is essentially a result of Quesada didn't want wanting to spilt up Mary Jane and Peter, but at the same time don't wanting to imply a "divorce is okay" aesop, but aesop. Apparently, he was just fine with implying the impossible "dealing with the devil is okay".
4th Jul '16 12:09:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* ComesGreatResponsibility: Averted. See BrokenAesop.
4th Jul '16 12:09:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** What makes this even worse is that the "whatever you can to save a life" wasn't selling their souls, give any kind of favor to the demon, or even their love, but he wanted them to give up their marriage. So Peter Parker had to face the consequences of... a chance to get back with Black Cat.
*** WordOfGod states that the reason he had the marriage nullified through deal with Mephisto, instead of divorce, is that he felt that having Peter and Mary Jane get divorced would send a bad message to the kids. So... selling your soul to the Devil is a '''better''' moral choice than getting a divorce?
*** The best part of that? Years before ''One More Day'' Peter and Mary Jane had split up for some time, and a divorce was likely.
** Another reason for why the marriage was undone was because it was felt that making Peter an unmarried man would free up the character, and allow them to explore new possibilities with him as a single man. Carlie Cooper, however, is introduced at the end of the story ''immediately'' following the introduction of the new continuity in the aftermath of the deal being made, and it couldn't have been more obvious that she was Peter's new LoveInterest than if they'd literally labeled her as such in the text with giant lettering and neon colours.



*** Especially silly given that Mephisto is a JerkassGenie ''par excellence'' and he managed to screw people over for decades of comic book history because of how ''he'' interpreted their wishes, not how his victims did. What Mary-Jane thinks marriage is shouldn't matter in the slightest, and if it ''did'' screw him out of a deal then, [[{{Satan}} since he is Mephisto]], he would find a way to enact horrible revenge on her for it, probably via RevengeByProxy. So they'd be screwed either way.



* MoralDissonance: According to Joe Q: it's okay to forget all about responsibility, save a woman who wants to die and be with her long-dead husband who she has missed, make a deal with the devil, oh and being married makes you boring.
** Just to elaborate. Peter makes a deal with ''[[{{Satan}} Mephisto]]''. You know, big demon guy? Makes deals with people and then screws them over (people that Peter has met and worked with and is therefore perfectly aware of the screwings over)? The deal in question? He wipes his and his wife's minds and [[RealityWarper alters their histories]], aborting their unborn baby in the process, just so his aunt who, even in terms of comic book aging is older than the Bill of Rights, can recover from a gunshot wound to live for a couple more years before finally kicking the bucket. And to add insult to injury, she only got shot in the first place because Peter revealed his true identity to the public, making it the exact scenario he has been harping about '''''for bloody years''''' as to why he specifically shouldn't take off his mask. In other words, Aunt May was shot because of Peter's mistake and he's unwilling to take responsibility for his actions.

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* MoralDissonance: MoralDissonance:
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According to Joe Q: it's okay to forget all about responsibility, save a woman who wants to die and be with her long-dead husband who she has missed, make a deal with the devil, oh and being married makes you boring.
** Just to elaborate. Peter makes a deal with ''[[{{Satan}} Mephisto]]''. You know, big demon guy? Makes deals with people and then screws them over (people that Peter has met and worked with and is therefore perfectly aware of the screwings over)? The deal in question? He wipes his and his wife's minds and [[RealityWarper alters their histories]], aborting their unborn baby in the process, just so his aunt who, even in terms of comic book aging is older than the Bill of Rights, can recover from a gunshot wound to live for a couple more years before finally kicking the bucket. And to add insult to injury, she only got shot in the first place because Peter revealed his true identity to the public, making it the exact scenario he has been harping about '''''for bloody years''''' as to why he specifically shouldn't take off his mask. In other words, Aunt May was shot because of Peter's mistake and he's unwilling to take responsibility for his actions.
boring.
6th Jun '16 1:20:43 AM digiman619
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* ShipTease: Promos for ''One Moment In Time'' and afterward suggested that Peter and MJ would rekindle their relationship after being estranged since ''One More Day''. Given that the whole thing had become a touchy subject, fans felt that [[YankTheDogsChain their chains were getting yanked]] - and they were right. OMIT ended with Mary Jane and Peter becoming friends again, but she told Peter to get over her or else he'll miss someone else that's perfect for him. (One suspects RealitySubtext here; Quesada telling the same to readers. No dice, Joe.)
6th Jun '16 1:17:16 AM digiman619
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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: FridgeLogic mixed with IdiotBall. So you mean to tell us that Reed Richards (and Tony Stark, and Hank Pym...) is somehow now unable to heal a gun wound? ''Really?'' Not just Richards, but ''every'' scientific mind and mystic in the Marvel universe is unable to heal Aunt May. Hell, not even Elixir of the ComicBook/NewXMen can help, and his sole power? ''Healing people''. And not ''just'' healing people -- [[GreenLanternRing it's controlling every cell in your body]]. '''From a distance.''' Elixir healed a guy after the dude's heart was ''torn out''. Something that, logically, should have been instantly fatal... May was just shot... By a bullet. That didn't kill her instantly. There is no reason such a wound should be beyond his power. Elixir could literally have revived May over the phone. Oh, but there's more, much more. Peter goes to Dr. Strange first... Dr. Strange who can literally make Gods, omnipotent beings from other universes like the Outer Gods, do his bidding by just '''saying so'''. Dr. Strange said he couldn't heal Aunt May. Dr. Strange, who can summon Gods and omnipotents at will, who is in personal direct contact with a pantheon of beings whose entire ''purpose'' is being nice guys and helping humans, could not heal a simple gunshot wound (also: He's a surgeon). He even went to ''Doctor Doom'' for help. Sure, he would probably just turned her into a Doombot and had a huge string attached, but do you honestly think that would have stopped him for an instant, given who he ''did'' deal with? There are no words to describe how hard someone has to '''try''' and fuck up this badly. And just to hammer the point home, some of those selfsame people that were useless when it came to gunshots were able to pull LaserGuidedAmnesia out of their rears in ''One Moment In Time''. And CPR manages to save Aunt May, even though between Peter's super strength should have crushed her, and CPR onto a person with an open or barely stitched wound would pump the blood out. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that {{God}} appeared to Peter and told him to be with Aunt May as she passed on; it was simply her time to go, she had accepted this, and maybe, on some level deep down, ''they'' felt that. Somewhat HandWaved by explaining it was her time, or fate, to die at this point meaning not even time travel could prevent it. See YouCantFightFate.

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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: FridgeLogic mixed with IdiotBall. So you mean to tell us that Reed Richards (and Tony Stark, and Hank Pym...) is somehow now unable to heal a gun gunshot wound? ''Really?'' Not just Richards, but ''every'' scientific mind and mystic in the Marvel universe is unable to heal Aunt May. Hell, not even Elixir of the ComicBook/NewXMen can help, and his sole power? ''Healing people''. And not ''just'' healing people -- [[GreenLanternRing it's controlling every cell in your body]]. '''From a distance.''' Elixir healed a guy after the dude's heart was ''torn out''. Something that, logically, should have been instantly fatal... May was just shot... By a bullet. That didn't kill her instantly. There is no reason such a wound should be beyond his power. Elixir could literally have revived May over the phone. Oh, but there's more, much more. Peter goes to Dr. Strange first... Dr. Strange who can literally make Gods, omnipotent beings from other universes like the Outer Gods, do his bidding by just '''saying so'''. Dr. Strange said he couldn't heal Aunt May. Dr. Strange, who can summon Gods and omnipotents at will, who is in personal direct contact with a pantheon of beings whose entire ''purpose'' is being nice guys and helping humans, could not heal a simple gunshot wound (also: He's a surgeon). He even went to ''Doctor Doom'' for help. Sure, he would probably just turned her into a Doombot and had a huge string attached, but do you honestly think that would have stopped him for an instant, given who he ''did'' deal with? There are no words to describe how hard someone has to '''try''' and fuck up this badly. And just to hammer the point home, some of those selfsame people that were useless when it came to gunshots were able to pull LaserGuidedAmnesia out of their rears in ''One Moment In Time''. And CPR manages to save Aunt May, even though between Peter's super strength should have crushed her, and CPR onto a person with an open or barely stitched wound would pump the blood out. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] by the fact that {{God}} appeared to Peter and told him to be with Aunt May as she passed on; it was simply her time to go, she had accepted this, and maybe, on some level deep down, ''they'' felt that. Somewhat HandWaved by explaining it was her time, or fate, to die at this point meaning not even time travel could prevent it. See YouCantFightFate.
6th Jun '16 1:16:29 AM digiman619
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* AstralProjection: [[ViewersAreMorons Just to hammer in]] how impossible it is to heal Aunt May, Doctor Strange casts a spell on Peter that allows him to talk to every noteworthy scientist, mystic, and healer in the Marvel universe... [[MesACrowd ''at the same time!'']]

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* AstralProjection: [[ViewersAreMorons Just to hammer in]] how impossible it is to heal Aunt May, Doctor Strange casts a spell on Peter that allows him to talk to every noteworthy scientist, mystic, and healer in the Marvel universe... [[MesACrowd ''at ''[[MesACrowd at the same time!'']]time!]]''
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