History YMMV / AdamWarlock

8th Aug '15 11:32:42 AM moloch
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam. the two would finally meet and team up to fight Ultron in "Anihilation Conquest".

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam. the The two would finally meet and team up to fight Ultron in "Anihilation Conquest"."Annihilation Conquest".
18th Jun '15 7:30:12 AM moloch
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* FauxSymbolism: It's amazing how Marvel got away with publishing a Science Fiction version of The Crucifixion in one of their comics.
** The Church of Universal Truth, an evil religious alien organization that Adam battled, also has Christian trappings.
*** A lot of this was AuthorAppeal at the time. Jim Starlin is an atheist and was a very strong opponent of organized religion. This would also explain the second sequel to ''Comicbook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' called ''The Infinity Crusade'', which had very strong religious overtones that were specifically handled in a negative way. Starlin would later admit he was a little {{anvilicious}} in his earlier stories.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam. the two would finally meet and team up to fight Ultron in Anihilation Conquest.

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the early 70s.
** The Church of Universal Truth, an evil religious alien organization that Adam battled, is also has Christian trappings.
*** A lot of this
heavily influenced by the Church - it was largely AuthorAppeal at the time. Jim Starlin is an atheist atheist/Recovering Catholic and was a very strong opponent of organized religion. This would also explain the second sequel to ''Comicbook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' called ''The Infinity Crusade'', which had very strong religious overtones that were specifically handled in a negative way. Starlin would later admit concede he was a little {{anvilicious}} in his earlier stories.
about it.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam. the two would finally meet and team up to fight Ultron in Anihilation Conquest."Anihilation Conquest".
28th May '15 11:51:28 PM SilverSupernova
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam. the two would finally meet and team up to fight Ultron in Anihilation Conquest.
21st Mar '15 3:52:15 AM moloch
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have ''two'' Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit they couldn't have ''two'' two Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam.
11th Oct '14 3:38:23 PM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: Apparently "Him" was supposed to look "perfect" which is why he looks like a blonde, golden-skinned man.
9th Sep '14 6:59:55 AM moloch
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Bringing back this relic meant the more interesting Warlock from ''X-men'' had to die, because [[OneSteveLimit two characters can't have the same name]].

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Bringing back this relic meant the more interesting Warlock from ''X-men'' had to die, because Marvel apparently decided [[OneSteveLimit two characters can't they couldn't have ''two'' Warlocks (who were completely separate, dissimilar and had never met)]], so they threw the same name]].Comicbook/NewMutants' Warlock under a bus when they brought back Adam.
3rd Sep '14 6:37:09 PM RichardX1
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Bringing back this relic meant the more interesting Warlock from ''X-men'' had to die, because two characters can't have the same name.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Bringing back this relic meant the more interesting Warlock from ''X-men'' had to die, because [[OneSteveLimit two characters can't have the same name.name]].
24th Mar '14 5:41:48 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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*** A lot of this was AuthorAppeal at the time. Jim Starlin is an athiest and was a very strong opponent of organized religion. This would also explain the second sequel to ''Comicbook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' called ''The Infinity Crusade'', which had very strong religious overtones that were specifically handled in a negative way. Starlin would later admit he was a little {{anvilicious}} in his earlier stories.

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*** A lot of this was AuthorAppeal at the time. Jim Starlin is an athiest atheist and was a very strong opponent of organized religion. This would also explain the second sequel to ''Comicbook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' called ''The Infinity Crusade'', which had very strong religious overtones that were specifically handled in a negative way. Starlin would later admit he was a little {{anvilicious}} in his earlier stories.stories.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Bringing back this relic meant the more interesting Warlock from ''X-men'' had to die, because two characters can't have the same name.
22nd Aug '13 12:25:25 AM AP
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*** A lot of this was AuthorAppeal at the time. Jim Starlin is an athiest and was a very strong opponent of organized religion. This would also explain the second sequel to ''Comicbook/TheInfinityGauntlet'' called ''The Infinity Crusade'', which had very strong religious overtones that were specifically handled in a negative way. Starlin would later admit he was a little {{anvilicious}} in his earlier stories.
28th Jul '12 10:40:28 AM MrParadox
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* FauxSymbolism: It's amazing how Marvel got away with publishing a Science Fiction version of The Crucifixion in one of their comics.
** The Church of Universal Truth, an evil religious alien organization that Adam battled, also has Christian trappings.
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