A gay fanboy's obsession with Marvel

 

"Did you ever do that thing where you ate the healthy stuff first, and saved the dessert? We’re deep into dessert, right now. That work of setting up this world and these characters has been done. If you don’t do that well, and take the time to do it, no one cares that much about what happens after that." -Clark Gregg
(via "Agents of SHIELD" Crew Opens Up on Criticism, Expectations & the Remainder of Season One - Comic Book Resources)

"Did you ever do that thing where you ate the healthy stuff first, and saved the dessert? We’re deep into dessert, right now. That work of setting up this world and these characters has been done. If you don’t do that well, and take the time to do it, no one cares that much about what happens after that." -Clark Gregg

(via "Agents of SHIELD" Crew Opens Up on Criticism, Expectations & the Remainder of Season One - Comic Book Resources)

(via SOULE Replaces FRACTION on Marvel’s INHUMAN | Newsarama.com)
GAHHH! WHAT?!? Didn’t Fraction abandon his FF titles to focus more on expanding the Inhuman universe? I wonder if he had too big of ideas that were constantly getting reworked by the editors and decided to jump ship … Hopefully he values Hawkeye too much to completely leave Marvel!!!

(via SOULE Replaces FRACTION on Marvel’s INHUMAN | Newsarama.com)

GAHHH! WHAT?!? Didn’t Fraction abandon his FF titles to focus more on expanding the Inhuman universe? I wonder if he had too big of ideas that were constantly getting reworked by the editors and decided to jump ship … Hopefully he values Hawkeye too much to completely leave Marvel!!!

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TODAY IN COMIC BOOK HISTORY: NOV. 30, 1974
Technically he debuted in Hulk #180 in a single panel cameo, but Wolverine had his first major appearance in the following issue. Wanting to capitalize on their ever expanding global market, Marvel’s editor asked writer Len Wein and John Romita Sr. to come up with a Canadian super hero and the rest, you could say, is history.
Wolverine aka Logan aka James Howlett would go on to be a breakout star in the revamped X-Men series, as well as having many solo books which would expand on his origin and character.
Wolverine has a number of both natural and artificial improvements to his physiology. He has a mutant healing factor, that regenerates damaged or destroyed tissues of his body far beyond the capabilities of an ordinary human. He also has various animal instincts and senses. Because of his healing factor, he was able to undergo the Weapon X program, which reinforced his skeleton with the virtually indestructible metal adamantium. 

jthenr-comics-vault:

TODAY IN COMIC BOOK HISTORY: NOV. 30, 1974

Technically he debuted in Hulk #180 in a single panel cameo, but Wolverine had his first major appearance in the following issue. Wanting to capitalize on their ever expanding global market, Marvel’s editor asked writer Len Wein and John Romita Sr. to come up with a Canadian super hero and the rest, you could say, is history.

Wolverine aka Logan aka James Howlett would go on to be a breakout star in the revamped X-Men series, as well as having many solo books which would expand on his origin and character.

Wolverine has a number of both natural and artificial improvements to his physiology. He has a mutant healing factor, that regenerates damaged or destroyed tissues of his body far beyond the capabilities of an ordinary human. He also has various animal instincts and senses. Because of his healing factor, he was able to undergo the Weapon X program, which reinforced his skeleton with the virtually indestructible metal adamantium.