25th Feb 2022, 12:00 AM in Aesir Adventures
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25th Feb 2022, 12:00 AM
So I have yet to really get into the minutiae of what a world where Marvel Comics as an entity never existed would look like in terms of altered pop culture landscape, but in my search for Mjolnir mispronunciations I thought this one was worth considering: the film rights for Men in Black were optioned in 1992, before its publisher of Malibu Comics would be bought out by Marvel in 1994. Most likely this would mean that the movie still exists, and since the movie is its main source of popularity, the franchise probably still maintains the same level of popularity overall in the world of Avengers... Adventure!!! Albeit potentially at the cost of the original comic series sinking ever deeper into obscurity.


25th Feb 2022, 6:20 PM
...or maybe the lack of Marvel somehow caused Malibu comics to thrive?

Hey, I can dream. XD I only read a few issues of Malibu's stuff before Marvel bought them, and only bought a bunch of the new #1s after the fact (because I was bad at comic's speculation). So I'm hardly a "fan", but I at least like some of their concepts. XP
25th Feb 2022, 8:50 PM
Could be. I've been operating under the idea that there's still a Big Two and trying to figure out who could step up to DC, but it's probably more likely that things are a bit more balanced among the comic publishers.
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