History Discontinuity / ComicBooks

17th Jan '17 9:14:24 AM Acomicfan1
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* Ask SpiderMan fans, and they'll tell you that Mary Jane and Peter Parker are still happily married. ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'' was a rejected idea by [[RunningTheAsylum a fan]] who hated the last 30 years of ''Spider-Man''.



* The success of 2015's "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" SecretWars tie-in led eventually to an ongoing series a year later which sees Peter, MJ, and their daughter Annie May Parker, all fight crime with Spider-Powers. Many fans are hoping that, following the recent success of DC with the Superman titles, Marvel will follow their lead and reveal the Parker family of the RYV universe are in fact the real versions of the characters missing since OMD/BND, and will replace the much disliked current versions of the characters in the main Marvel universe. Dan Slott, playing mind games as usual with the fans, even hinted that there was a connection between the RYV and 616/Earth Prime realities in his 2016 "Power Play" event.
13th Jan '17 6:44:34 AM AlternativeCola
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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the [[ComicBook/MarvelNow2016 2016]] version of ''ComicBook/MarvelNow''. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].

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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling fell into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end ended the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the [[ComicBook/MarvelNow2016 2016]] version of ''ComicBook/MarvelNow''. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]]. Not only that, the controversial ending in [[spoiler:Carol puts Tony in a coma]], codified her CharacterDerailment.
13th Jan '17 3:22:34 AM AlternativeCola
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* Several ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' fans hate the graphic novels ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderThePromise The Promise]]'' and ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheSearch The Search]]'', with the former had Zuko [[spoiler:asking Aang to kill him if he ends up like his father]] in part 1, followed by his [[spoiler:breakup with Mai]] in part 2 and the latter had the letter in the end of part 1 revealing that Zuko's father Ozai [[spoiler:may not be his real father]], followed by [[spoiler:Azula running away defeated]] in the end of part 3 in addition to the FanDislikedExplanation of how Ursa disappeared, feeling that it was OutOfCharacter for Zuko's mother. Also several Toph fans were very angry with the character's absence in the latter (though she does make a brief appearance in part 1).

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* Several ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' fans hate the graphic novels ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderThePromise The Promise]]'' and ''[[ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheSearch The Search]]'', with the former had Zuko [[spoiler:asking Aang to kill him if he ends up like his father]] in part 1, followed by his [[spoiler:breakup with Mai]] in part 2 and the latter had the letter in the end of part 1 revealing that Zuko's father Ozai [[spoiler:may not be his real father]], followed by [[spoiler:Azula running away defeated]] in the end of part 3 in addition to the FanDislikedExplanation of how Ursa disappeared, feeling that it was OutOfCharacter for Zuko's mother.mother to the point that it served as CharacterDerailment for her. Also several Toph fans were very angry with the character's absence in the latter (though she does make a brief appearance in part 1).
6th Jan '17 5:10:07 PM nombretomado
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3rd Jan '17 1:14:23 PM Lloigor
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* Fans of ''[[Franchise/{{Tintin}} The Adventures of Tintin]]'' prefer to not talk about Tintin in The Congo, due to its racist and colonialist tone as well as animal cruelty, and to a lesser extent because Tintin's characterization in it doesn't fit with the later stories. Even Hergé himself [[OldShame was embarrassed by it]]. Some also pretend that Tintin in the Land of the Soviets and Tintin in America never happen neither because they're are RandomEventsPlot and consider Cigars of the Pharaoh or The Blue Lotus as the first "real" start of the series. It helps that the early albums are not referenced much in later stories.

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* Fans of ''[[Franchise/{{Tintin}} The Adventures of Tintin]]'' prefer to not talk about Tintin ''Tintin in The Congo, the Congo'', due to its racist and colonialist tone as well as animal cruelty, and to a lesser extent because Tintin's characterization in it doesn't fit with the later stories. Even Hergé himself [[OldShame was embarrassed by it]]. Some also pretend that Tintin in the Land of the Soviets and Tintin in America never happen neither because they're are RandomEventsPlot and consider Cigars of the Pharaoh or The Blue Lotus as the first "real" start of the series. It helps that the early albums are not referenced much in later stories.
7th Dec '16 9:03:27 AM AlternativeCola
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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now 2016|2016}} version of ''ComicBook/MarvelNow''. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].

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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now 2016|2016}} [[ComicBook/MarvelNow2016 2016]] version of ''ComicBook/MarvelNow''. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].
29th Nov '16 11:33:28 PM AlternativeCola
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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now 2016|2016 version of ''Marvel Now''}}. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].

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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now 2016|2016 2016|2016}} version of ''Marvel Now''}}.''ComicBook/MarvelNow''. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].



* There are Iron Man fans who disregard Tony's current origins in which he is adopted than being the biological son of Howard and Maria Stark by revealing that he is the son of [[spoiler:Jude and Amanda Armstrong]] and there are fans who don't like the idea of Riri Williams as the Iron Man, as they consider her as a ReplacementScrappy.

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* There are Iron Man fans who disregard Tony's current origins in which he is adopted than being the biological son of Howard and Maria Stark by revealing that he is the son of [[spoiler:Jude and Amanda Armstrong]] and there are fans who don't like the idea of Riri Williams as the Iron Man, Man[[note]]Later changed to Ironheart after the fan backlash[[/note]], as they consider her as a ReplacementScrappy.
29th Nov '16 6:38:49 PM AlternativeCola
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* Many fans are determined to ignore the DC reboot, which seems to be going for DarkerAndEdgier and Whichever Characters Our Writers Like Best How the Writers Want Them. Before it happened, there are people declaring that:

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* Many fans are determined tend to ignore the DC reboot, ComicBook/New52 (which thankfully for them has been replaced by the 2016 relaunch ComicBook/DCRebirth, which seems to be going was not a ContinuityReboot and incorporated elements of the pre-New 52 era[[note]]Most notably the HappilyMarried pre-New 52 Superman and Lois Lane returning with their son Jon being the new Superboy, Wally West (the red-haired one, not his African American New 52 counterpart) returning with the original Titans reforming, Amanda Waller redesigned back as a fat woman, Ted Kord BackFromTheDead, though Barbara Gordon is still Batgirl etc.[[/note]] and becoming more LighterAndSofter than the New 52) for its DarkerAndEdgier tone and Whichever Characters Our Writers Like Best How the Writers Want Them. Before it happened, there are people Them by declaring that:



*** Thankfully, fans rejoiced when it was confirmed that the ComicBook/New52 reboot would be replaced by ComicBook/DCRebirth, which would restore the elements of the pre-New 52 era[[note]]Most notably the HappilyMarried pre-New 52 Superman and Lois Lane returning with their son Jon being the new Superboy, Wally West (the red-haired one, not his African American New 52 counterpart) returning with the original Titans reforming, Amanda Waller redesigned back as a fat woman, Ted Kord BackFromTheDead, though Barbara Gordon is still Batgirl etc.[[/note]] and becoming more LighterAndSofter than the controversial reboot.

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*** Thankfully, ** A good number of ''ComicBook/{{Batwoman}}'' fans rejoiced when it was confirmed that the ComicBook/New52 reboot would be replaced by ComicBook/DCRebirth, refuse to accept anything from Marc Andreyko's run, which would restore began after the elements contentious departure of the pre-New 52 era[[note]]Most notably the HappilyMarried pre-New 52 Superman and Lois Lane returning with their son Jon being the new Superboy, Wally West (the red-haired one, not his African American New 52 counterpart) returning with the original Titans reforming, Amanda Waller redesigned back as a fat woman, Ted Kord BackFromTheDead, though Barbara Gordon is still Batgirl etc.[[/note]] creative team and featured such things as the title character undergoing BadassDecay, breaking up with her fiancée, becoming more LighterAndSofter than the controversial reboot.a vampire's sex slave, and fighting enemies in space.



* A good number of ''ComicBook/{{Batwoman}}'' fans refuse to accept anything from Marc Andreyko's run, which began after the contentious departure of the original creative team and featured such things as the title character undergoing BadassDecay, breaking up with her fiancée, becoming a vampire's sex slave, and fighting enemies in space.
29th Nov '16 12:12:56 PM AlternativeCola
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*** Thankfully, fans rejoiced when it was confirmed that the ComicBook/New52 reboot would be replaced by ComicBook/DCRebirth, which would restore the elements of the pre-New 52 era and becoming more LighterAndSofter than the controversial reboot.

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*** Thankfully, fans rejoiced when it was confirmed that the ComicBook/New52 reboot would be replaced by ComicBook/DCRebirth, which would restore the elements of the pre-New 52 era era[[note]]Most notably the HappilyMarried pre-New 52 Superman and Lois Lane returning with their son Jon being the new Superboy, Wally West (the red-haired one, not his African American New 52 counterpart) returning with the original Titans reforming, Amanda Waller redesigned back as a fat woman, Ted Kord BackFromTheDead, though Barbara Gordon is still Batgirl etc.[[/note]] and becoming more LighterAndSofter than the controversial reboot.
29th Nov '16 12:06:43 PM AlternativeCola
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*** Thankfully, fans rejoiced when it was confirmed that the ComicBook/New52 reboot would be replaced by ComicBook/DCRebirth, which would restore the elements of the pre-New 52 era and becoming more LighterAndSofter than the controversial reboot.



** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now2016|2016 version of ''Marvel Now''}}. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].

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** Even its sequel story ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' is falling into this for being a unwanted tie-in to the BetterThanCanon ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a rehash to the already divisive original]], being published during the Black Lives Matter movement, Carol Danvers [[TookALevelInJerkass becoming more of a jerk]] [[note]]Though Carol was already a {{Jerkass}} prior to becoming Captain Marvel, which toned down her attitude as the author of ''Fanfic/OriginStory'' made [[TakeThat a jab]] at her current identity.[[/note]] and for the deaths of [[spoiler:War Machine]], [[spoiler:She-Hulk]] and [[spoiler:Bruce Banner]], though for the middle, [[spoiler:she turned out to be NotQuiteDead]]. It doesn't help that it will end the ''ComicBook/AllNewAllDifferentMarvel'' branding and beginning the {{Marvel Now2016|2016 Now 2016|2016 version of ''Marvel Now''}}. Hawkeye fans were very pissed at the scene in [[spoiler:which he kills Banner, causing a possible CharacterDerailment or NeverLiveItDown moment for him]].
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