So I asked in Twitter if given that Issue 1 releases March 20th, and Issue 2 releases April 20th, if Issue 3 releases 20th of May, Hopeless responded with a like, but it doesn't appear as if anything else comes out in that day, has there ever been a situation where only one comic comes out in a particular day before?
You may or may not have seen in Twitter that various people are requesting Marvel to do a collection of old La Prensa comics, of course I'm speaking of El Asombroso Hombre Araña (The Amazing Spider-Man in Spanish), if that were to happen, should we do an article on them? I'm not talking about the spanish translation issue that La Prensa did, but about the 45 original stories issues they did, where Gwen is alive and marries Peter, temporarly of course. also if the collection includes it, there's the Spin-Off about the adventures of younger Peter (altrought I don't think it's the same Mexican Peter), Arañita Super Historias (Spidey Super Stories's Mexican Counterpart).
If the Devil's Breath's official name is GR-27 shoudn't the Symbiote's official name in Earth-1048 actually be GR-35? When MJ is going to see the video showing Martin Li is transformation into Mr. Negative the video is labeled as GR-27, there's another unknown audio file labeled as GR-35, given that Devil's Breath and the Symbiote Cure were probably the only active projects Norman had in October 2018 to November 2018, I think GR-35 is the official name of 1048 "Venom"
I have a question on this universe and if the Sam Raimi Spider-Man film tie-ins, including video games, movie novelizations, comic adaptations, and other film-related merchandise, actually are in the same universe. Where is this confirmed? And how do they fit in with the movies? Most people say they don’t count, and I’d like to find a few sources. Anything would be appreciated
Apparently even the authors themselves aren't clear on the continuity, so it seems like assuming the three series each take place in their own separate realities is the most prudent course of action at the time being; meanwhile, I can assign the TRN if you are legitimately interested in dedicating the necessary time and effort to create and develop all of the associated articles such that they're not merely a bunch of stubs.
I don’t have access to the comic so there is no possible way for me to do that. I am only interested in the Spider-Man series anyway, so I only wanted one TRN created. Also if you could update the history for Hobart Brown (Earth-138) so it includes events from Spider-Geddon, that would be appreciated.
TRN are only assigned when someone volunteers to legitimately dedicate the necessary time and effort to create and develop all of the associated articles, so unfortunately I cannot hazard a guess as to when that might be, though I will inquire to see if there are presently anyone willing to do so.
If you pay attention to details, the latter is clearly identified as Wesley Welch after being first introduced in the Mayor Fisk story arc, as opposed to the former who is a longstanding character that Soule featured a few story arcs earlier in Supreme.
In the end it's just Soule trying to see if you're paying attention by giving two of Fisk's henchmen similar names, but James is a brunette with no glasses and a receding hairline, while Welch has a full head of black hair and spectacles.
We don't have the full armor but we do have a Glider (Known as a Medical Glider) and a Helmet (that synchronizes with the Bombs and the Glider), could I add these to the articles of the Goblin Armor, Pumpkin Bombs and Goblin Glider?
I have a question regarding realities that apparently exist within the Marvel Multiverse but were created by completely different companies. But first, a little history on the realities in question.
The reality of Iberia, Inc., which was created by Rafael Marin and Carlos Pacheco for Planeta's Lbaerinto imprint. This was a superhero series that was originally intended to be an alternate Avengers team, since Planeta once reprinted Marvel comics and had hoped their team would appear in a Marvel product. While this didn't happen, Carlos Pacheco snuck a few Iberia, Inc. characters into Avengers: Forever (particularly in issues 11 and 12). The Marvel Appendix considers their appearances in those comics as proof that their series existing in the multiverse.
In DC Comics Superman Vol 2 #49, Superman's foe Mr. Mxyzptlk claims he went on vacation to another reality to menace "four" "fantastic new friends." In issue #50, we can partially see the legs of characters that seem very similar to the Fantastic Four. Normally this would be considered a DC reality, not a Marvel one if not for one problem: DC had NO multiverse at the time. The story takes place after Crisis on Infinite Earths and before Hypertime, meaning there is only ONE DC Universe. He couldn't go to another DC reality because no other reality exists, and considering that he totally has the power to go to another multiverse (which happens in the Earth-616 Crossover between Superman and Silver Surfer), the Appendix cites he likely came to the Marvel multiverse.
Now that those two paragraphs are out of the way, we can return to what I wanted to ask...
What do we do with realities that exist in the Multiverse, but aren't created by Marvel?
For the former reality, I think simply creating the reality and describing it while explaining why it's in the multiverse in the notes would suffice, and for the latter, we can create the reality and link the appearances to DC Database, though whether or not the Fantastic Four featured warrant pages or not.
What's your opinion? And thanks for reading all this.
Sorry for responding late, but I manage to find HD Logos of both Sable International and Octavius Industries, both apparently were made by a freelance artist that worked on the game, would that be better than the token?