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Saturday, January 02, 2010 

What's really happening in the puzzle Marvel's piecing together?

Through the Spider-Man Crawl Space, I found some pictures of the puzzle-cover that Marvel's been presenting where they show Mary-Jane in a wedding dress and Peter Parker reaching out to her, and we're led to wonder if Joe Quesada is finally apologizing for the damage he caused.

But here's my estimation: either this is going to be a big trick, or, even if it is a reversal of One More Day, it'll still be so insultingly dumb, it still won't be worth it. After all, they have made things so unbearable it's exceedingly hard to read anything in Marvel's output while Joe Quesada is still around. That's why, now that I think of it, even if he does allow the marriage to return, which I still doubt with reason, it'll still be a bad idea to put money into his pockets.

For now, I'm going to assume this is just another bait-and-switch trick of Quesada's, and nobody should be fooled by it.

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They're not going to undo OMD. They're just finally getting around to explaining the "event" that prevented Peter and MJ from being married in the new timeline.

OMD won't be undone so long as Joe Q is at Marvel. And probably not for a while after that, either.

It seems to me that, anymore, Johns is better at making excuses than he is at writing stories.

I think 'Alanna' could write a better Spider-Man arc than OMD.

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