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House of H??? It's House of M.

Also, "While non-comic book readers may not be familiar with him, they will know some of the characters he's created." What is this website? Has this place really gotten so watered down users don't even know who Bendis is? And then to give him credibility by the number of characters that ended up on screen. Because that's what really counts. <--- sarcasm

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this is how i remember shocker. pretty sure i had the toy, too.

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@micangel said:

I was sad to see Sara go a few years ago. And now I can't imagine CV without Tony. But I wish you all well. Matt, thanks for letting us know what was up. Congrats and condolences.

sara and tony are basically the reason i was on comic vine so much. what a bummer. why is tony leaving?

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Cause he literally looks like an alien dick.

Have you seen one before? ....wait don't answer that.....

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this has got to be one of the most 90s books to be hitting the shelves. everything down to 90s writer and artist!!

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There's been less than a half dozen articles in the past week. What are we celebrating? The demise of the site? The loss of any female voice? Just two guys on a podcast who complain they have no time for this site because they spend all their time in Gamespot meetings?

Just give up the ghost already and fold yourselves into a menu selection on the Gamespot site. The content here is evaporating faster than the streaming movie library on Netflix.

So... Congratulations on your self-fulfilled obsolescence? Glad that Tony's brother in law got a great payday when the site was first gobbled up, but let's not pretend Comicvine will exist in this form for the "next" anniversary.

hey go away

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cool video, but i thought this would be about the current comics....

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yo this some walking dead crap right here

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meh, actually this guy's right. and saying "being straight isn't considered adult" is wrong, it is. putting sex scenes or literature based around sexual feelings / topics / preferences is definitely considered adult either way. in any case, an "all-ages queer" book isn't much of a surprise, but yeah it's not going to go over well with a good amount of parents. but i also have a strong feelings the creators know that and don't care.

@darkdetective27: Well I gots a lots more. I'm the senpai remember? >:P

@vitalius:

But i can see a lot of angry parents having the same thought as you

Oh I'm not angered by this (aside from comedic purposes I don't believe in anger).

I'm just saying that I feel sexuality is a more grown up topic that may be kinda grey for all ages reading (or watching). I get the appeal of adding that sort of thing into kid's books since it has no malicious roots, and while mild, could strengthen tolerance of future generations. Plus with the growth of the internet protecting the innocence of younger children could ultimately be a thing of the past (only time will tell). However as I said, adding characters defined by sexual desire does still feel kinda off. I also do believe that all ages should mean it should be a form of entertainment that anyone can enjoy, and there are some people (even those who are very accepting of others) that may feel uncomfortable or put off by characters of non-traditional orientation. Heck even for a guy like me who's super accepting, it can make me feel uncomfortable (though to be fair, that's one low thing on a mile long list of things that make me feel uncomfortable, which is why I don't really watch/read TV, movies, non comic based fiction, or indie comics).

Though this is only a comic book, and it's not something I feel any investment in contesting, so I don't wanna misconstrue my current stance as being deeply disgruntled or opposed to this in any way, or that any feelings I've stated are static and unchanging. Heck to be honest, I wasn't even planning on buying this anyways (don't really enjoy non Marvel/DC comics) I just really like James Tynion and wanted to read the interview.