History YMMV / TheDefenders

8th Oct '15 3:57:28 AM moloch
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! For the Marvel/Netflix series of the same name:
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8th Oct '15 3:57:11 AM moloch
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!For the Marvel comics series:

* MyRealDaddy: SteveGerber.
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* MyRealDaddy: SteveGerber.SteveGerber. ! For the Marvel/Netflix series of the same name:
7th Sep '15 12:26:40 PM nombretomado
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' lasted 12 issues.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, (ComicBook/NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' lasted 12 issues.
19th Jul '15 8:44:05 AM nombretomado
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** In MarvelVsCapcom3, Dr. Strange would mention plans to put together an all-female Defenders team. Three years later...
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** In MarvelVsCapcom3, ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', Dr. Strange would mention plans to put together an all-female Defenders team. Three years later...
3rd Nov '13 2:54:51 AM randomfan
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.lasted 12 issues.
28th Jun '13 8:47:33 PM SilverSpark
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** In MarvelVsCapcom3, Dr. Strange would mention plans to put together an all-female Defenders team. Three years later...
27th May '13 12:38:53 PM MirrorNoir
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. Matt Fraction's 2011 run ended after 12 issues, though most fans blamed a slow start plus Fraction's reputation being at a low ebb after the poorly-received ''Comicbook/FearItself''. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. Matt Fraction's 2011 run ended after 12 issues, though most fans blamed a slow start plus Fraction's reputation being at a low ebb after the poorly-received ''Comicbook/FearItself''. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
31st Dec '12 9:06:52 PM MirrorNoir
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Namor joined the Avengers at the time the New Defenders revamp started. Decades later, he was allowed to be both an X-Men and Defender, when the X-Men guys got their hands on him
* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. Matt Fraction's 2011 run ended after 12 issues, though most fans blamed a slow start plus Fraction's reputation being at a low ebb after the poorly-received ''Comicbook/FearItself''. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Avengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. Matt Fraction's 2011 run ended after 12 issues, though most fans blamed a slow start plus Fraction's reputation being at a low ebb after the poorly-received ''Comicbook/FearItself''. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
26th Dec '12 3:24:06 PM Chariset
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The most recent attempt, Matt Fraction's 2011 run, was ended after 12 issues.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The most recent attempt, Matt Fraction's 2011 run, was run ended after 12 issues.issues, though most fans blamed a slow start plus Fraction's reputation being at a low ebb after the poorly-received ''Comicbook/FearItself''. The Marvel NOW! version, ''Fearless Defenders'' has its work cut out for it.
28th Aug '12 8:14:44 AM Chariset
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/TheAvengers franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy.
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* DeaderThanDisco: Despite being one of Marvel's top books in the [[TheSeventies 1970s]], the title's disastrous "New Defenders" revamp, the resurgence of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as a popular franchise, the rise of various spin-off books (NewMutants, Comicbook/{{X-Factor}}, West Coast Avengers), and Marvel moving the founding Defenders back to being solo heroes (and Namor being absorbed into the ComicBook/TheAvengers ComicBook/{{X-Men}} franchise), the book fell into a state of mockery as far as as a relic of a past period and not fit for modern comic readers. Attempts by Marvel to revive the book has largely failed and the only real successful revamp was a mini-series by the guys behind ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational which basically reduced the concept to an "odd couple" comedy. The most recent attempt, Matt Fraction's 2011 run, was ended after 12 issues.

* HilariousInHindsight: At one point the team had Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan, as a member at the same time as Devil-Slayer.
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* HilariousInHindsight: At one point the team had Daimon Hellstrom, the Son of Satan, as a member at the same time as Devil-Slayer.
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