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[[WMG: ''Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History'' will climax with the titular character saving his family from their DeathByOriginStory.]]
Hey, he used to be ComicBook/ThePunisher. Their deaths kickstarted his career, after all.


SG will decide that it's finally time to do something about it, Deadpool because he considers the fact that [[ComicBook/OneMoreDay Spidey's deal with Mephisto]] prevented ComicBook/SpiderGirl from existing as technically harming a child ([[BerserkButton the one thing he does not tolerate]]), Shulkie because A) this means nobody will ever [[PlanetHulk launch her cousin into space]] again and B) the reason she doesn't break the fourth wall anymore is because the writers made her forget that she could (which she is ''not'' happy about), and Forbush Man because he's tired of watching the world he used to love deteriorate around him. This may even lead to some character development (Wade and Doreen going from SitcomArchNemesis to VitriolicBestBuds, or at least FriendlyEnemy, and Forbush Man [[CharacterCheck going back to his old heroic self]])

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SG will decide that it's finally time to do something about it, Deadpool because he considers the fact that [[ComicBook/OneMoreDay Spidey's deal with Mephisto]] prevented ComicBook/SpiderGirl from existing as technically harming a child ([[BerserkButton the one thing he does not tolerate]]), Shulkie because A) this means nobody will ever [[PlanetHulk [[ComicBook/PlanetHulk launch her cousin into space]] again and B) the reason she doesn't break the fourth wall anymore is because the writers made her forget that she could (which she is ''not'' happy about), and Forbush Man because he's tired of watching the world he used to love deteriorate around him. This may even lead to some character development (Wade and Doreen going from SitcomArchNemesis to VitriolicBestBuds, or at least FriendlyEnemy, and Forbush Man [[CharacterCheck going back to his old heroic self]])


One of the side effects of Star Brands's [[NiceJobBreakingItHero messing]] with [[TimeyWimeyBall time and causality]] is that an AlternateReality version of his was spawned in a state of reverberation between the Marvel and DC Universes. Additionaly, that reality shakeup (the White Event) woke up the Brothers and made them aware of each other.

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One of the side effects of Star Brands's [[NiceJobBreakingItHero messing]] with [[TimeyWimeyBall time and causality]] is that an AlternateReality AlternateUniverse version of his was spawned in a state of reverberation between the Marvel and DC Universes. Additionaly, that reality shakeup (the White Event) woke up the Brothers and made them aware of each other.


Ego. They want to feel unique and special. They enjoy being gods. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have hundreds of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town. If you found a cure for an incurable disease, people will see you as their savior.

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Ego. They want to feel unique and special. They enjoy being gods. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have hundreds of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" cool guy in town. If you found a cure for an incurable disease, people will see you as their savior.


Ego. They want to feel unique and special. They enjoy being gods. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have hundreds of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town. If you found a cure for an incurable disease, people will see you as a savior.

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Ego. They want to feel unique and special. They enjoy being gods. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have hundreds of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town. If you found a cure for an incurable disease, people will see you as a their savior.


Ego. They want to feel unique and special. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have millions of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town.

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Ego. They want to feel unique and special. They enjoy being gods. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have millions hundreds of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town. If you found a cure for an incurable disease, people will see you as a savior.

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[[WMG: The reason some heroes and villains don't sell their tech.]]
Ego. They want to feel unique and special. Imagine in real life you created a gadget that can make you fly like Superman. If you tell people how it works, or sell it, you'll have millions of flying people in your city. You will no longer be "super". Think of it like this...if you were the only guy on the planet with a cellphone, you would be considered the "cool guy" in town.


Obvious, what with Creator/{{Disney}} buying up {{Marvel}}.

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Obvious, what with Creator/{{Disney}} buying up {{Marvel}}.{{Creator/Marvel}}.



* I think that Disney and Marvel may do a howard the duck and donald the duck. Why, you may ask? Because it be awesome! and plausible! I though of it awhile ago.

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* I think that Disney and Marvel may do a howard Howard the duck and donald Donald the duck. Why, you may ask? Because it be awesome! and plausible! I though of it awhile ago.


* And its designated name is Earth-661, similar to how [[UltimateMarvel another mainstream universe]] has a twist on the 616 name(Earth-1610 in that case). Golden age stories are set on Earth-166.

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* And its designated name is Earth-661, similar to how [[UltimateMarvel [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel another mainstream universe]] has a twist on the 616 name(Earth-1610 in that case). Golden age stories are set on Earth-166.


-->'''Stan:''' I always thought the prophecy was talking about the ''Fantastic'' Four. I guess even I can be wrong. And it wasn't [[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} the]] [[Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} sec]][[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk ond]] [[Comicbook/GhostRider one]] either.

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-->'''Stan:''' I always thought the prophecy was talking about the ''Fantastic'' Four. I guess even I can be wrong. And it wasn't [[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} [[Comicbook/SpiderMan the]] [[Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} sec]][[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk ond]] [[Comicbook/GhostRider one]] either.

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** I agree. The human-mutant thing is an analogy for tensions between races, but even if all tensions between the races disappeared, there would still be crime - not to mention plenty of other sources of tension (religious, economic, political, insanity - all the same ones as in our world). And this being the Marvel Universe, there'd also be aliens invading, Mephisto corrupting, Thor and Loki battling down the length of eternity, and all the rest.


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* So what you're saying is that telekinesis and pyrokinesis are closely related? Makes sense: the former is moving larger objects, the latter moving them at a molecular level - they're essentially the same power, the difference is one of scale. It also neatly accounts for Pyro's ability to make 'solid fire' objects.

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** If we were to attribute Johnny's powers as a manifestation of molecular motion, then we could possibly attribute his sister's force fields as a similar form of molecular control that manifested differently.


The 616 univererse split off after the iconic event that marked the start of the DarkerAndEdgier [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] - Gwen Stacey's death. The more simplistic, black and white characerization of early heros and villians is never brought up because they are different characters. This also explains why pre-[[Creator/ChrisClaremont Claremont]] {{Magneto}} went from UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler to Holocaust survivor. Squirell Girl and other joke characters are in the fun, silly silver age universe, which is why mainstream super teams don't call on her to save the world more often. {{Deadpool}} can enter and exit both universes at will, because he has NoFourthWall.

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The 616 univererse split off after the iconic event that marked the start of the DarkerAndEdgier [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] - Gwen Stacey's death. The more simplistic, black and white characerization characterization of early heros heroes and villians villains is never brought up because they are different characters. This also explains why pre-[[Creator/ChrisClaremont Claremont]] {{Magneto}} ComicBook/{{Magneto}} went from UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler to Holocaust survivor. Squirell Girl and other joke characters are in the fun, silly silver age universe, which is why mainstream super teams don't call on her to save the world more often. {{Deadpool}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} can enter and exit both universes at will, because he has NoFourthWall.


[[WMG: Civil War was waged entirely by Skrulls and CaptainAmerica.]]

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[[WMG: Civil War was waged entirely by Skrulls and CaptainAmerica.ComicBook/CaptainAmerica.]]

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