Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Why I'm Still Mad

People wonder why some people are still mad about One More Day and all of that even after all this time. Here's one reason:




I believe in happily ever after. And if there's anyone who deserves it, it's these two.

From Amazing Spider-Man #406. ‎

8 comments:

Nicolas said...

Damn Right They Do!

Jan said...

i agree they ruind spider-man with one more day, i dun even care to read it now i read the first 6 or 7 issues after but gave up

Slanzer said...

I really, really, really, really, really hate one more day even if i did not read it! Spider-man was my favorite comic book character so to me one more day... yeah it's really painful for me.

Anonymous said...

What really gets to me is how they kept teasing readers with people that might have been MJ (Like Jackpot), and now that they brought her back in the comic, they insult people with how the characters acts (and this is over tree years since the change). I'll give marvel that spider-man needed to expand it's support character gallery, but it dosn't really help that none of the new support characters isn't that supportive at all. Really, if it was support characters that was needed, they should have tried to use some of the spectacular spider-man authors, who actually wrote about the other people that lived in the apartment building.

AnotherForlong said...

No one should complain about someone reiterating how much "One More Day" sucks. Nothing about it is good. NOTHING! It's so horrid, the very thought of it makes me long to read the fanfic "My Immortal".

jackvogt93 said...

If I by some miracle become a successful comic book writer, and no one else rightful restores Spider-man's marriage, I will see to it that even "One More Day" never happened. To quote Linkara:
"Joe Quesada, You Are A HACK!!!!

O.M.M./Vanoc93

The Fic Critic said...

Kinda old, but I feel I should agree as well. Peter and MJ went through a hell of a lot. She was there for his greaving, stayed when he told her not to, and was what made him get through the original Clone Saga. The only reason they've gone through so much crap is because half the writing and editing staff just can't let go of single Spidey. The sad part of that is that OMD isn't the first time they tried to break them up. There was her leaving him that one time and turn down his marriage proposal (which if memory serves was before they were even together), then the time they tried to kill her off. The constant attempts to break them up just make people like Joe Quesada look like pathetic fanboys. Small note to Quesada and the other hacks at Marvel who continue to pull crap like this: When your fanbase have a better grip on the characters than you do, you need to quit your hackery and start listening to them.

Konrad Zielinski said...

A while back I picked up Marvel Heroic Role playing and the Civil war Event Book. Form there I decided Hay I should read the Comics. So I read Civil War and followed it up with The Amazing

Spider-man tie in to Civil war. Now that I know where the story is headed, I'm out of there. I'll be in the MC2 universe if anyone asks.