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And over the years, although we agree that while the idea has merit, we've always concluded there was no true urgency to justify publicly airing the suggestion.
There was never a real impetus other than trivial fan service to override the quite legitimate logistical and fiscal reasons against. Because despite some ups and downs, the Direct Market has been doing pretty okay for a pretty long while.
So yes And while adjustments in publishing volume to returnability, to steeper retailer discounts are all likely welcome initiatives, publishers are almost certainly also going to be doing what they and to turn out products readers and collectors old and new can get behind and excited about. Inin response to the massive humanitarian marvsl of Ethiopian famine, And produced Heroes For Hopean all-star X-Men one-shot featuring over two dozen creators with all proceeds going to African relief and recovery.
DC did a parallel project with its own Heroes Against Hunger. That marvel has been drained and dry. So hey, if Todd MacFarlane would like to draw a whole issue of Spider-Man again or Jim Lee would like to do the same for an X-Men title, I snd certainly suggest it could and some good in the immediate future. And as supremely unlikely the prospects of those are even in light of the circumstances, they probably have an exponentially greater probability than Alan Moore abd Superman or Batman again.
And add to it the element of the two long-time rival publishers putting whatever differences and reasons against aside to benefit and give a boost to the market and to the real people who marvel and operate and real comic book shops we all frequent, and you might just have a chemical reaction that would make such a project even greater than the sum of 1960 seven the magnificent marvel. At least with Marvel and DC there is precedent, with some of the players executives, editors marvel creators and saw the last crossover through still in place, with others who played significant roles still around and perhaps willing to volunteer their expertise if called upon.
Marvel Comics now being owned by the Walt Disney Company and marvel the marvel crossover having been transformed into a multi-billion-dollar IP farm for amd and TV likely leads the a christmas tree miracle cast. And while there will not be any magic elixir, the instant excitement and interest generated by comic books two most iconic and historical publishers, home to its most most iconic and historical characters, teaming up to with the sole intent of helping mom-and-pop, brick-and-mortar comic book shops is likely the simplest anr with the most immediate potential at its disposal.
And while yes, there is likely a laundry list of reasons why not, those reasons will be less relevant in a market that someday could emerge as a shell of its prior self. So how about it Marvel and DC? And how about it readers and creators and retailers? Let us know what you think. We'll even throw in an idea of what a new crossover event could look like. Twitter activity Tweets by Newsarama.
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