History YMMV / OneMoreDay

15th May '16 7:33:55 PM Fourze99
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* SnarkBait: There have been too many jokes among those familiar with the story to count. WebAnimation/DeathBattle points out how this makes no sense, [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] points out the overall lack of effort, hell, even Marvel has made more than one TakeThat at the story.
10th May '16 3:26:49 PM KlawKalash
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*** Another take on it is that it was Quesada trying to save face with the story. OMD was meant to break up what he believed to be an unpopular pairing, with the general impression that the fanbase would be more than accepting of the change and would be OK seeing MJ take a reduced role in the series. To say the opposite happened would be an understatement. So the rationale that MJ was "the hero" of the story- which was make around the time of OMIT- was a way to try and save face with the story and make it seem like the controversial story was a victory for MJ rather than a defeat.

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*** Another take on it is that it was Quesada trying to save face with the story. OMD was meant to break up what he believed to be an unpopular pairing, with the general impression that the fanbase would be more than accepting of the change and would be OK seeing MJ take a reduced role in the series. To say the opposite happened would be an understatement. So the rationale that MJ was "the hero" of the story- which was make made around the time of OMIT- was a way to try and save face with the story and make it seem like the controversial story was a victory for MJ rather than a defeat.
10th May '16 2:41:20 PM KlawKalash
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** Also at one point Peter meets his future daughter if he stayed married with Mary Jane. The [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implication]] is that when he took Mephisto's deal, he essentially ''aborted his unborn child.'' Though in his defense he only found out who she after the deal was made and it's doubtful that Mephisto (being you know, ''the devil'') would allow him to break the deal after going through with it.

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** Also at one point Peter meets his future daughter if he stayed married with Mary Jane. The [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implication]] is that when he took Mephisto's deal, he essentially ''aborted his unborn child.'' Though in his defense he only found out who she was after the deal was made and it's doubtful that Mephisto (being you know, ''the devil'') would allow him to break the deal after going through with it.
10th May '16 2:39:38 PM KlawKalash
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* CounterpartComparison: A massively controversial story arc where the hero's secret identity is revealed, his loved ones are threatened from all sides and he desperately seeks a way to make things right. Are walking about ''One More Day'' or ''ComicBook/SupermanTruth''?

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* CounterpartComparison: A massively controversial story arc where the hero's secret identity is revealed, his loved ones are threatened from all sides and he desperately seeks a way to make things right. Are walking we talking about ''One More Day'' or ''ComicBook/SupermanTruth''?
29th Apr '16 11:24:52 PM Foamer
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29th Apr '16 11:17:41 PM Foamer
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: To sum it up: Marvel's 'Most Responsible Hero' loses his very aged mother-figure, and discovers that he can't fix it. Instead of coping with the loss, he gets his beloved wife to agree to delete their entire marriage (complete with unborn child), via an under-examined deal with the most deceitful and evil reality-warper he can find. For some reason, the audience felt ripped off.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: To sum it up: Marvel's 'Most Responsible Hero' loses his very aged mother-figure, and discovers that he can't fix it. Instead of coping with the loss, he gets his beloved wife to agree to delete their entire marriage (complete with unborn child), via an under-examined deal with the most deceitful and evil reality-warper he can find. [[SarcasmMode For some reason, the audience felt ripped off.]]
18th Apr '16 8:41:47 PM Angeldeb82
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** Mephisto: Trying to induce suffering on two truly in love people by destroying it? Trying to off Peter and Mary Jane's kids using the marriage excuse to throw them off? Has {{Deadpool}}esque fourth wall breaking powers, and is doing this to piss off the fans? Or has no motivations of his own because he's just an AuthorAvatar for...

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** Mephisto: Trying to induce suffering on two truly in love people by destroying it? Trying to off Peter and Mary Jane's kids using the marriage excuse to throw them off? Has {{Deadpool}}esque ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}esque fourth wall breaking powers, and is doing this to piss off the fans? Or has no motivations of his own because he's just an AuthorAvatar for...



* FixerSue: Nothing can save Aunt May now! Except Mephisto. Because... because of reasons!



* RelationshipSue:
** Not a part of ''One More Day'' or ''One Moment In Time'' proper, but connected: Carlie Cooper, the new {{Official|Couple}} LoveInterest. Not only is everyone shilling her, you know she's the CreatorsPet because she's named after Quesada's daughter. Also a ReplacementScrappy.
** Notably, one of the goals of this was to make Peter single again so they could explore him further as a character. Carlie however, is introduced ''immediately'' at the end of OMD following the marriage being erased, with everything being all too obvious that she would be Peter's "new girl". So much for exploring him as a free man...
** In mid-2010, Marvel released a one-shot called ''The Many Loves of the Amazing Spider-Man''. [[CoversAlwaysLie The cover]] featured Gwen Stacy, Felicia Hardy, Mary Jane Watson-Parker, and... [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers Carlie Cooper]]. This was ''well before'' the two even went on a date at that!
** On one of the variant covers for Issue 700 of ASM, all of Peter's major loves are included in a shot on the moon behind him... Carlie is among them (despite Carlie being one of Peter's more short-lived interests, as ASM writer Dan Slott broke them up in 2011 after barely a year had gone by)
12th Apr '16 4:27:21 PM SithkingZero
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** Early in JMS' run, Spidey had an encounter with Loki that ended with the Norse trickster-god saying he now owed Spiderman a favour that he could collect whenever he wished. Loki is ''hardly'' reliable, but when he says he owes a favour, that's big. Unfortunately for Peter and Marvel's readership, Loki happened to be dead at the time Peter ''really'' needed that favor. It would still have met with outrage but at least it would have been seen as CanonWelding.

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** Early in JMS' run, Spidey had an encounter with Loki that ended with the Norse trickster-god saying he now owed Spiderman a favour that he could collect whenever he wished. Loki is ''hardly'' reliable, but when he says he owes a favour, that's big. Unfortunately for Peter and Marvel's readership, Loki happened to be dead at the time Peter ''really'' needed that favor. It would still have met with outrage but at least it would have been seen as CanonWelding. Also? [[CoolVsAwesome Loki Vs. Mephisto.]] ''Why could we not have had that.''
12th Apr '16 4:24:12 PM SithkingZero
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** For some, Peter Parker making a deal with Satan is this. It means that all the times he's harped on how "Great Power comes with Great Responsibility," are a complete and total lie, because he ''isn't'' being responsible. He's being ''selfish'' and not owning up to a mistake that ''he'' made. Instead of dealing with it like a mature adult, he (one of the most moral and upstanding heroes in Marvel's stable) decides that the only acceptable option is to ignore the wishes of his dying aunt, multiple friends and family, and ''god himself'' to say "Screw that," and makes a deal with Mephisto. Any time going forward after these events, all readers can see is an irresponsible hypocrite who is willing to entreat with the darkest entities in reality rather than face a harsh truth.
11th Mar '16 7:23:28 PM MasterHero
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* CounterpartComparison: A massively controversial story arc where the hero's secret identity is revealed, his loved ones are threatened from all sides and he desperately seeks a way to make things right. Are walking about ''One More Day'' or ''ComicBook/SupermanTruth''?
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