Wow, Angela. Kinda scraping the bottom of the barrel of the definition of "universe-changing", huh? Or is "Angela" just the code-name for the long-delayed debut of Marvelman? That's one rumor. Another is that Wolverine and Sue Storm have to go back to the beginning of time and re-create the universe. (Of course Marvel denies allegations of a reboot. But their attitude could well be, "Well, it happens in the continuity of the story, so it's not a reboot, even if the universe is re-created".)
Originally Posted by tony ingram
I'd feel a lot more drama about the "1st appearance Wolverine skewers Ultimate Marvel Wolverine" cover if he didn't have a healing factor - or if it wasn't Ultimate Marvel Wolverine. Anyway, since I no longer have any particular attachment to it, it's irrelevant to me whether they reboot the Marvel Universe or not. Just something to talk about while hanging around the comic shop. If Neil Gaiman writing Guardians of the Galaxy (I title I actually used to like, back when mostly nobody else cared, when it was written by Abnett & Lanning) for 6 months is what it takes to get Marvel fans excited, so be it. Maybe bring back 1602 (which I never could figure out) while they're at it.
DE pull list: Bionic Man, Bionic Man vs. Bionic Woman, Bionic Woman, Dark Shadows, Dark Shadows Year One, Lone Ranger, Lord of the Jungle, Mark Waid's Green Hornet, Masks, Miss Fury, Peter Cannon Thunderbolt, Red Team, Sherlock Holmes, The Shadow, The Shadow Year One, The Shadow & Green Hornet: Dark Nights, The Spider, Uncanny, Vampirella Archives, Warlord of Mars, Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris.