History YMMV / Siege

20th Apr '16 5:32:03 PM Theokal3
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* FunnyMoment: Norman Osborn trying to convince the Dark Avengers his intention of attacking Asguard is well-founded:
-->'''Norman''': Asguard is in a position of threatening America and the American way of life.
-->'''[[DeadpanSnarker Bullseye]]''': So is UsefulNotes/McDonalds; should we invade them too?
28th Nov '15 4:23:50 PM nombretomado
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: To mend the wounds left by ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' and ''SecretInvasion''. It might've worked.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: To mend the wounds left by ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' and ''SecretInvasion''.''ComicBook/SecretInvasion''. It might've worked.
4th May '15 3:07:29 PM Agronac919
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, and the Marvel Universe returned to the familiar context.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, and the Marvel Universe returned to the familiar ordinary context.
4th May '15 3:03:46 PM Agronac919
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, and the Marvel Universe returned to the dull and always seen context.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, and the Marvel Universe returned to the dull and always seen familiar context.
25th Jun '14 2:27:05 PM NickTheSwing
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** [[spoiler: There's also the extremely unsettling reveal of its nature as the Angel of Death. Osborn pronounces that the Void simply is Death. Its the end of all things. You'll meet him when you die, [[HeroKiller sooner]] [[WeAreAsMayflies or later.]]]]

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** [[spoiler: There's also the extremely unsettling reveal of its nature as the Angel of Death. Osborn pronounces that the Void simply is Death. Its the end of all things. You'll meet him when you die, [[HeroKiller sooner]] [[WeAreAsMayflies [[WeAllDieSomeday or later.]]]]
25th Jun '14 2:26:21 PM NickTheSwing
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** [[spoiler: There's also the extremely unsettling reveal of its nature as the Angel of Death. Osborn pronounces that the Void simply is Death. Its the end of all things. You'll meet him when you die, [[HeroKiller sooner]] [[WeAreAsMayflies or later.]]]]
3rd Dec '13 9:05:17 AM GothicProphet
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** Norman was taking on the entire Marvel Universe, but he's still primarily Spider-Man's main villain, and it would have been nice if Spider-Man had been more involved in taking him down. All he did was get the last punch in after it did not matter anymore.

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** Norman was taking on the entire Marvel Universe, but he's still primarily Spider-Man's main villain, and it would have been nice if Spider-Man had been more involved in taking him down. All he did was get the last punch in after it did not matter anymore.anymore.
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2nd Nov '13 4:18:38 PM LordXavius
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* NightmareFuel: [[spoiler:Everything about the Void, from the {{Gorn}} of a changed Sentry ripping apart Ares to the reveal of its [[RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver true demonic appearance]] to Sentry's charred corpse after Thor is forced to MercyKill him]].
11th Sep '13 7:24:15 PM Mullon
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** They might have wasted it due to the buyout of Marvel by Disney, which occured at roughly the same time as Siege's release (December 2009). While it's likely a huge coincidence, there's also the possibility that the status quo was restored as a condition of the buyout.

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** They might have wasted it due to the buyout of Marvel by Disney, which occured at roughly the same time as Siege's release (December 2009). While it's likely a huge coincidence, there's also the possibility that the status quo was restored as a condition of the buyout.buyout.
** Norman was taking on the entire Marvel Universe, but he's still primarily Spider-Man's main villain, and it would have been nice if Spider-Man had been more involved in taking him down. All he did was get the last punch in after it did not matter anymore.
10th Mar '13 8:41:25 AM GrigorII
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, though many fans (epecially those who hated Civil War) were likely happy about it.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: With Comicbook/CivilWar, [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore nothing was the same anymore]]. There were other stories like that, but always they were either set on alternate realities or possible futures, or the law was abolished or never enforced by the end of the story. For the first time, superheroes became either TheEmpire or LaResistance. With Siege, StatusQuoIsGod was restored, though many fans (epecially those who hated Civil War) were likely happy about it.and the Marvel Universe returned to the dull and always seen context.
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