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Saturday, November 20, 2010 

Marvel hasn't abandoned crossovers either

Their latest joke is called Chaos War, intended as something to allegedly bring back dead characters of their own. And seeing that Louise Simonson is involved in this, I think she's really losing it now. Chris Claremont, who's also taking part, already has.

I recently saw a writer online say that Marvel has officially moved away from crossovers. Not so. If Chaos War is any sign, they're going to run themselves into the ground with this disastrous recipe.

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It's not really a crossover as we've known them. The X-Men part is taking place in a separate series. The big problem with crossovers is them hogging up space in regular ongoing books. More of a big storyline.

Though the villain was cooler when he was going by his Japanese name rather than the lame and generic "Chaos King."

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