What story are you talking about with X-Men? I haven't read all of it but all I can think of is them returning to the Blue Area of the Moon.
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This is pretty much what they do already. A lot of "series" don't last longer than 12 issues and don't seem to have been planning for more than that when they end.This is why I think more series from the Big 2 shouldn't be ongoings... seems that only the top-tier stuff can really sustain them. Spider-Man, Batman, X-Men, etc.
I think they should do more mini or even occasionally maxi-series that are basically designed more for trade, rather than ongoings that get cut down before any resolution is struck. If it does well, great! Do another if there are ideas for it. If not? Well, at least the work will live on as complete and maybe find an audience to make it worth revisiting down the road. If it does REALLY well, THEN maybe look at an ongoing.
Hell, it's worked for licensed stuff plenty of times!
This is pretty much what they do already. A lot of "series" don't last longer than 12 issues and don't seem to have been planning for more than that when they end.
The answer to this question used to be a simple, "Yes."So it looks like the web interface for Unlimited is trash and the app is the way to go?
Unlimited has been updated so you can filter issues by date. This can only be done across the library and not within a specific series. Was that there before? Seems like it would be smart.
Tom Taylor, man. You give him an alternate reality book to write and he knocks it out of the park, like he did with the Distinguished Competition on Injustice and DCeased.Not going to make any kind of evaluation yet, since the one issue on Unlimited is entirely set-up, but if my prediction about how things are going to develop pans out, Dark Age is going to be one to watch. The story escalates so fast in at least three directions before the first issue is done, and yet still ends on a “Now things get real” cliffhanger.
Im immediately reminded of Al Ewings excellent Avengers: No Surrender from a couple of years ago.
Im keeping an eye on this one
But dude if Spider-Man is married or even has kids he wouldn't be relatable to the youthful, spritely audience of superhero comic books.