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Good sales are the only way to convince any commercial entity which Marvel is to keep providing any given product. Corey Blake Apr 6, , pm To be honest, I prefer the Handbooks if nothing else because they are much more affordable. It's a little harder for me to justify spending that much for a hard cover book of second-hand recaps of character info and data, when I could spend that much getting a bunch of the stories to read first hand myself.

Just my opinion, of course. Stuart V Apr 8, , am. To be honest, I prefer the Handbooks if nothing else because they are much more affordable. I see where you are coming from, but for me I like them both. The Handbooks are individually cheaper, and allows for more depth of coverage for the characters within in most cases; however the Encyclopedia allows for far more characters related to a given theme to be covered, many of whom would never get into the themed Handbooks because they are too minor.

Schizoid Man, a Spider-Man foe, is covered in the Spidey Encyclopedia; he's never fought anyone else and couldn't fit any other theme. How many Spidey Handbooks would have to be released before he got an entry? Personally, in an ideal world, I'd want an unthemed Handbook series and a themed Encyclopedia series.

For example: Stacy X's real name was never mentioned in the comics, until the Handbook revealed her name as Miranda Leevald. Okay, I can live with that. But I do have one question about the bio of Wolfsbane in the Age of Apocalypse handbook. In that handbook the names of her parents are shown Thomas and Elizabeth.

I guess this is new information, since I can't remember Rahne's parents were ever called. So does this mean the Rev's whole name is Thomas Craig? Or is this Thomas totally another person? Rayeye Eric J. Moreels Jun 12, , pm. Thomas and Elizabeth were her adoptive parents.

Reverend Craig's omission was in error. Monolith Jun 13, , am No, Eric, it wasn't. Stacy was not given a real name in the comics. Moreels Jun 13, , am. Actually, it was in a draft of an Uncanny script I received that was later edited out, but not in time to prevent it making it into the X-Men Encyclopedia. That said, it's in the comics now. Monolith Jun 13, , am And yet, not in your own Resources bio.

Rayeye Jun 13, , am. Adoptive parents? I thought Moira MacTaggart had raised her. Or was this before Moira? Moira is a mutant-hating she-witch who was never kept "in the loop" on mutant affairs without Charles Xavier being alive. I doubt Rahne and Moira ever even met in the AoA. Moreels Jun 13, , pm. Best let the site's resources crew know that then! Skitz Jun 16, , pm how did u know who to but in the book of the dead? Why U-go girl over say phat or orphan? Moreels Jun 17, , am.

We tried to choose characters that were representative of a broad range of deceased Marvel characters, old and new. Nope, but hopefully they'll get a chance some time in the future! Rayeye Jun 17, , am Eric, in the latest Handbook under X-Factor's bio the alternate reality Mutant X where Havok was transported to is mentioned as Earth Is this also new information, or was it ever stated in the comics?

Eric, in the latest Handbook under X-Factor's bio the alternate reality Mutant X where Havok was transported to is mentioned as Earth So far as I'm aware it's new, though not to the Handbooks. A list of alternate realities and their numerical designations were published in the Fantastic Four Encyclopedia last year. Monolith Jun 17, , pm Though there are a number of rumors, one explanation for Alan Moore's choice of making the Marvel Universe "Earth" is that its a date: , June the sixth month is about when FF 1 first introduced the Marvel Age of Comics.

As a result, certain people on-line have taken to naming alternate earths by the month and year they were first introduced. Earth refers to , December, which is I believe when Mutant X was launched. Stuart V Jun 17, , pm. Though there are a number of rumors, one explanation for Alan Moore's choice of making the Marvel Universe "Earth" is that its a date: , June the sixth month is about when FF 1 first introduced the Marvel Age of Comics.

Except that that rumour is completely wrong - first, FF 1 didn't come out in June and I know all about dating an issue several months late on the cover to extend its shelf life, but not five months in advance - FF 1 was cover dated November ; second, Alan Moore simply chose a random number with no significance when he dubbed the main Marvel Universe "".

Monolith Jun 17, , pm But faulty or not, that is the reasoning behind "Earth", isn't it? Although that theory wasn't the correct source of , I believe it has been used as the basis for working out a number of other realities' designators, included. I don't know how to say "Gaea" for example.

Also a question, it seem's a lot of villians aren't getting covered, especially the X-Men villiains. Are they going to be covered in X-Men Handbooks or have one of their own like a "X-Men villians " sort of thing? Also I notice there is some concern about all the X-Characters not getting covered. Maybe you could do an "X-Men Book One" and cover them for three months or something. Anyway I love the series! Moreels Jul 3, , pm.

Hey I have enjoyed the Handbook a great deal so far, but how about a pronunciation guide? Hopefully Marvel will be greenlighting more X-Men Handbooks in future, given the vast number of characters that populate that universe! Glad to hear it! Michael Regan Sep 1, , pm I always thought that there was something missing from the indexes: changes in names of characters. For instance, when did Invisible Girl become Invisible Woman?

When did Ms Marvel start calling herself warbird and is she Ms Marvel again? Moreels Sep 1, , pm. I always thought that there was something missing from the indexes: changes in names of characters. Check the bibliographies at the back of each Handbook and you'll find all of that type of information.

Michael Regan Sep 1, , pm. Not quite to the extant that I wish to reference. Playmobil Sep 1, , pm Maybe in the A-Z format you guys could include this info in the first appearence, like first appearence as Invisible Girl, first appearence as Invisible Woman etc Stuart V Sep 1, , pm. And yet, not in your own Resources bio. In the long run I guess some entries as a bit hit-and-miss.

Maybe in the A-Z format you guys could include this info in the first appearence, like first appearence as Invisible Girl, first appearence as Invisible Woman etc. It's a space thing. Sometimes including specific issue references for when someone changes names is the least vital and most sacrificable information; if something needs to be cut, that's the bit that loses the least from the profile. Michael Regan Oct 12, , pm Alright, I understand that with the content which would be involved this is a stretch, but who out there would love to get a hold on an Official Handbook of the Amalgam Universe no matter how thick it would have to be?

Show of hand please! Vortex Oct 12, , pm. Alright, I understand that with the content which would be involved this is a stretch, but who out there would love to get a hold on an Official Handbook of the Amalgam Universe no matter how thick it would have to be? Not me and i'll tell you why.

I'll bet a dime to a dollar that if they actually made an Official Handbook of this, which i know they wont, not a single living soul would buy it. Except for crossover nerds who just wont let go of the 90s. Filthy Mutie Oct 12, , pm. That pretty much sums it up. I'd probably thumb through it just to take a trip down Memory Lane.

I remember being surprised at how well Wolverine and Batman were Amalgamated. I remember everything else sucked, and the actual MArvel vs. DC fight was pretty weak, too. Michael Regan Oct 13, , am. Well, I guess I'm either not a living soul or Vortex is overly harsh. Personally I enjoyed the merging of the characters and the ideas which came to light. I especially enjoyed the idea that the Amalgam Universe had "always been in existence" as detailed throughout the letters pages and references to other character appearances in fictional historical comics.

If you think about it, it was very much the same idea which was to used with the introduction of the Sentry. And as for not letting go of the 90s, well that's what collectors do, don't they? How could you let go of the 90s and 80s, 70s, 60s, etc without ignorring decades of historical precedance in character development?

If you take it too seriously or think that it really had a chance of becoming ongoing than yeah you will have negative feelings toward it. I look at it as a fun experiment. Yeah it cost money to buy all those but no one put a gun to your head so why compain?

I proudly own them all. If you don't like What If type stories then you will hate these. I happen to like them. To each his own. HNutz Oct 13, , pm Maybe if it was included in a trade or something I dunno, I thought it was an original idea, and I had a few fun ideas when Wizard ran a contest asking for reader's new Amalgams I dunno how interested I would be in it NOW, though Vortex Oct 13, , pm.

No, you got that all wrong. Marvel introduced the Sentry as a legendary superhero that everybody forgot about. Chris Day Oct 14, , am. Qubic Oct 14, , am Calling the guy a nerd seems a little harsh Vortex, I admit that the Amalgam universe was not my favourite but I thought, even though I didn't read any of them, the character designs looked cool and if RedKnight liked them good for him, I'm sure there would be a market for such a book and I'm sure its not all "crossover nerds who can't let go of the 90's".

Michael Regan Oct 14, , am. Actually, you got it all wrong. I'd suggest you re-read the letters pages in the Amalgam books, but since you are not a fan I guess you don't have them. For anyone else reading the thread, my statement can be confirmed. The letters pages make reference to non-existant historical books for previous appearances of Super Soldier, etc. I understand that you, Vortex, did not like the Amalgam stuff and you have consistant negative statements to that regard. If you are not interrested in my innitial question, you comment has been noted.

In respect to you 'nerd' comment, I believe that you are probably alienating anyone anyone who frequents this board, yourself included. Disagree with each other and argue the pros and cons of the Amalgum Universe all day long if you like. But please try and keep things civil in future. Michael Regan Oct 14, , pm And what exactly did I do wrong other than ask a perfectly valid question to which I received abuse?

Jon Hancock Oct 14, , pm Michael Regan. You didn't do anything wrong. It's just a request that you continue with the mature behaviour you've displayed and not rise to Vortex's flaming. Vortex, I know Alan verbally warned you but to be honest flaming twice warrants a warning. Especially when it is directed against a specific poster. No more behaviour like this please.

I enjoyed almost every issue and bought the TPB and the card set. The characters were interesting and fun. Jonah Hex Oct 26, , pm I also personally liked the Amalgam Universe,but they did the cronology wrong. Michael Regan Oct 27, , am I was not aware a card series until recently. Does anyone know how many cards were produced and if there is a list or possibly images on the net somewhere I can use as a point of reference?

I assume already know that details can be found here I have yet to confirm the listings, they are quite detailed. Does this make all video games canon? And why wasn't it cited as such in the back where it numbered the issues? Thanks Ironside Nov 18, , pm I think video games as canon is more exception than rule, but from what I've heard that new Ultimate Spider-Man game is canon Gaara of the Sand Nov 18, , pm Well, Ultimate Spiderman is a story-based game rather than a fighting game, and is also based on a series that is still relatively fledgeling.

But what I want to know, is does this mean we can expect to see Cap whip out Final Justice? Sean McQuaid Nov 18, , pm. Theoretically, any portion of any authorized Marvel product can be construed as canon, so long as it doesn't conflict with the tone, spirit or continuity of the mainstream Marvel publications. But the inclusion of some non-comics continuity doesn't automatically mean that every aspect of all non-comics material is therefore canon.

Alternate-media elements that gel with the mainstream material can be acknowledged, but elements that don't gel with the mainstream material can be ignored. The bibliography's for print sources, and video games aren't print.

Moreels Nov 18, , pm. Forgive me for saying, but doesn't ressurecting Shuma Gorath without explination only to have him duke it out literally with Captain America and Co. Also, what other games are considered canon at least partially anyways?

And what cartoons? Sean McQuaid Nov 19, , am. No forgiveness necessary. The resurrection-without-explanation angle doesn't make the v-game incompatible with the comics, because the comics themselves do that sort of thing a LOT, especially with villains like a bunch of the ones recently featured in the Raft, for instance. I don't think anyone's keeping a list as such--it's something folks decide on a case by case basis. There's been a few other cases like this, but I can't think of the names of the games just now.

Feel free to think of them as parallel Earths or something to that effect, though I never knew other outlets could be considered canon at all. I always thought comic canon was isolated to only itself. That thing was awful. Friggen Marz, if he didn't do such great work on Surfer I'd hate him Anywho OK, it sounds pathetic to be asking like this, but hey, desperate times neh? Who won?

Gaara of the Sand Nov 19, , pm. Namor the Submariner Annual 3. Here's the run down: Namor goes to Japan to meet with a friend. Crap happens. Namor gets injected by some crap by his friend's girlfriend. Namor hits her, realizes she's a robot, then faints from the injection.

Namor wakes up and he's in Apocalypse's lab. Apocalypse says he wants to remake Namor to serve him. He and Apocalypse kind of tangle for a page. Namor throws a coffee table at Apocalypse, breaking the window in his base and flooding it. Apocalypse leaves and has his robot fight Namor, on his way out Poccy quotes Shakespere.

Apocalypse hops in a sub and leaves. His robot ends up self destructing. Apocalypse searches the ocean for the robot, and that's where it ends. Apocalypse even calls X-Factor the X-Men Such a bad freakin issue! Moreels Nov 19, , pm. Gaara of the Sand Nov 20, , am. Aww, but can't you guys retcon that kind of stuff in the Handbooks? Madison Carter Nov 20, , am Unfortunately, that's not really our call. We can take information from conflicting sources and work them out, but in a case like this, we are for the most part, relegated to using the story as is.

Can anyone tell me if they're worth my hard earned money? I still haven't got the Marvel Knights and FF encyclopedias. I'd say yes. If you liked the Spider-Man Encyclopedia's format for covering the characters in Spidey's life, then you should like these, as the formats are similar. Steve Nov 27, , pm I was wondering, is there a way you could get the folks at Marvel to update the heights and weights of the former New Mutant characters?

I know this may seem a litle trivial in the scheme of things, but I figure the handbooks are for those of us who care about these matters. Moreels Nov 27, , pm. I was wondering, is there a way you could get the folks at Marvel to update the heights and weights of the former New Mutant characters? Steve Nov 28, , am Thank you, Eric. Playmobil Nov 28, , pm.

I was afraid it'd be much like the Hulk one, without the profiles, specially the FF one. Stuart V Nov 28, , pm. No, the Hulk Encyclopedia is an exception to the formatting, unlike any of the other Encyclopedia. Chris Day Dec 8, , pm. I appreciate you coming to the defence of our work and the entries are a lot of work, because we do try to be thorough and accurate as possible , but I also appreciate people raising anything they consider a genuine mistake.

What does get wearing is when someone raises what they consider a mistake, we explain why it isn't, and then we have the original poster stubbornly hanging on in there, without coming back with a counter-argument backed by evidence, insisting we got it wrong. Genuine mistakes should be raised, and I'd much rather have someone do so here or by e-mailing the address given on the OHOTMU faq page so we can either explain why it isn't wrong or fix it if it is, than have someone going on another board slagging the Handbooks off for errors which are often not really there.

I don't really want to continue arguments regarding the Phoenix Force, Gambit's origin, Belasco's Origin and the nature of Limbo, but at least I provided extensive evidence from multiple sources to support my arguments, I just hope that they were taken seriously instead of being disregarded on what was really less substantial evidence. I did and still do feel that these were genuine mistakes that need to be corrected for future entries.

Stuart V Dec 8, , pm. Actually, it was directed more to people who insist Deadpool is Wade Wilson, not Jack, or to those who insist that Galactus is a conceptual being with no real physical form, rather than a physical being who sometimes uses M-forms, despite the fact that the story which introduced the concept of M-forms has a panel stating "some physical beings also use M-forms" next to a picture of the big G.

Chris Day Dec 8, , pm pardon my asking - what are M-forms? Thanks Heavy Metal, I keep forgetting to the the wiki. The Wiki. Also any chance of a Wolverine ? Excellent work! Stuart V Dec 12, , am. M-forms are Manifestation Forms. They are beings from the Dimension of Manifestations, living fractals who can assume any form, which are used by beings lacking their own physical body Death or Eternity, for example when they want to make a physical appearance.

They are also used by some of the more powerful physical entities when they want to appear in more than one place simultaneously or appear somewhere far from their current location without wasting energy and time travelling - beings such as the Stranger and Galactus have been shown to use them.

The Magus used M-forms to create the doppelgangers the Earth's heroes fought during the Infinity War. I have a question , in most handbooks everyone is in alphabetical order in their own themed handbooks , except for Wolverine, he appears first and THEN it goes alphabetical which I understand but why not do this with the Spiderman handbook , the Hulk handbook etc? Though we try to stick to an overall format for the Handbooks, they have evolved as time has passed, leading to occasional variations in formatting from book to book.

Also, while we have an overall head writer Jeff Christiansen , who helps co-ordinate all the books, some books covering subsections of the Marvel universe have individual head writers Eric on the X-Men, Michael and Ronald for the Golden Age, Al for Spider-Man, Sean and me for Ultimate , and we have some leeway to amending the format in our books if we want to. In the Wolverine book the title character was put at the start of the book, but afterwards the group felt that it didn't really make a lot of difference lets face it, no one buying the book could have failed to find Wolverine's entry, even if it had been put in further back , and it was best to stick to alphabetical order for uniformity's sake.

Though Wolverine could get a small update to cover what's happened to him in the last year or so, there would be little point doing a whole new entry for him yet, as the last one was so extensive. And with the alphabetical A-Z covering so many new characters, most of Wolverine's major friends or foes should have been covered by the end of , so it's doubtful he'd need another Handbook to himself.

Moreels Dec 12, , am. Thanks definitely goes to my Wolvie '04 partner-in-crime Ronald Byrd for that one! As for a Wolvie '06 book, given that Marvel have opted to go for the A-Z series rather than themed one-shots its looking unlikely at this stage, but anything's possible, especially if enough people write to Marvel asking for such a book. I mean it won't be like the Spider-Man Update in the book, will it?

Another thing that caught my attention was in the front cover of the new X-Men handbook where you reference where readers might find other X-Men characters Wolverine's handbook was not referenced, even though there are many characters there that are also "X-Men characters was this becuase you felt it was more for die-hard Wolverine fans like myself as oppossed to the casual reader? Or Maybe yu figured X-Men fans picked that one up? Again,trivial, but I am curious.

Also a request, in the A-Z handbooks a profile on Sinsiter would be helpful to me, as I don't understand that characters appeal or gimmick. I never thought about buying them until recently? I also have to ask this,even though it might not be the place for it. Did he help in its publiciation? Are you guys involved with the Essential reprints?

If so, are any entries going to be left out like they were with the original trades? Madison Carter Dec 15, , am. Here I am to pester with more nerve racking questions! The Essentials are straight reprints of the original material, with no alteration in regards to history, images, etc. Not to disagree with Madison, and I haven't heard anything official to confirm this, but I'd lay good odds the entry on Rom will be removed, as it covers a licensed character Marvel no longer has a license for.

Something along the lines of Thomas Logan possible biological father and Dog Logan possible half-brother? Another thing I was wondering about is, in the old Deluxe Edition there were some guidlines for what characters could be included, such as they would have had to appear in the past year to recieve an entry or have a "uniqueness"?

Do you guys follow similiar guidelines? Madison Carter Dec 16, , pm. We have a little bit more freedom as far as this goes, at least so far as the appearance issue. Some of the characters are from the Golden Age, some are from this year, some are in-between. All are unique, to us at least. Yeah, forgot about ol' Rom. Dunno how they're going to deal with that one. Guess we'll find out. Does Marvel sell back issues of the Handbook? Marvel itself does not offer back issues of any of their titles.

Your best bet is to find them at your local comic store, or an online comic shop like Mile High Comics www. The only version of it created in the 90's was the Master Edition, the version with loose-leaf pages containing a lot of statistical information. However, a good bit of that series originated early in the 90's, so many of the characters thought of from that era are either missing or seriously lacking in detail. Your best bet are the themed books and the upcoming A-Z, all of which are, of course, more up to date and include a good bit of the characters from that decade.

If you're a fan of 90's characters, I have a feeling you'll be really happy in the next half-year or so. Playmobil Dec 17, , pm. I would recommend the volume paperback. It covers a lot of characters. Playmobil Dec 20, , pm I've been wondering, does Marvel keep a detailed failed on its charaters for future reference? Also do you guys happen to know if "Book of the Dead" and "Update '89" will be covered in the essentials?

Stuart V Dec 23, , pm. Don't know about a Cosmic Being Handbook, but a lot of the characters you mention will get coverage in the A-Z. I thought they couldnt cover liscened characters in the original handbooks, yet there was Rom, what gives? No idea on both counts, though I hope so - I'd also like to see the handful of entries which were only in the double-sized reprints such as Power Broker included, but again, I don't know if they will or not.

Must have read wrong somewhere. Oh well, anyway I was reading "Maker" profile in the Women of Marvel, the way I understood the bio was that this character is the same character as the Beyonder, so shouldnt a different first appearance be listed for this characters, or am I interpreting this incorrectly? Playmobil Dec 27, , pm I've been wondering, does Marvel keep a detailed failed on its charaters for future reference? Guys, I meant 'file' not 'failed'.

Homer me! Madison Carter Dec 29, , am As far as Rom goes, I distinctively remember them mentioning in an article on either the original Handbook or the Deluxe Edition that they could include Rom at the time because their agreement with Parker Brothers was different from most of the regular licenses.

Madison Carter Dec 29, , am. Theoretically, that's what the Handbooks are for. It was Gruenwald's original intentions to make sure every writer and artist had a copy of every issue to use. I think that has tended to lapse a little in recent years though. Michael Regan Dec 29, , am. In other words, if you can get any profiles on these characters, not matter how old, keep it and treasure it 'cause it ain't comin' back! Playmobil Dec 29, , pm.

But wouldn't an internal handbook have to be more detailed? It would also have to include every character and not a small selection. Michael Regan Dec 30, , pm. It has been generally discovered that fan-based listings and web sites have been more detailed that in-house lists due to constant "changing of hands" over the years.

That is easily why comixfan. Chris Day Jan 1, , pm in what order were the handbooks released? Moreels Jan 1, , pm. While he originally possessed class strength, "Colossus" actually has class strength. His strength increased following his long convalescence from the injuries he sustained during the Mutant Massacre.

The strength increase was stated and shown several times in the books, and the looseleaf handbook reflected this change by noting the class strength level. No, I didn't! That's very, very cool! Chris Day Jan 1, , pm. How about the pre-Internet days? Playmobil Jan 2, , pm. You should charge residuals Michael Regan Jan 3, , pm. That was in a less complicated age with far less titles and mini-series, not to mention far less people involved in writing and of course upper management.

Stuart V date missing. From the writer of that profile "This is Kosmos, but the Beyonder information was necessary to explain her back story. The profile was not intended to cover the Beyonder who had entries in previous handbooks. I have to disagree with that comment. A lot of fan sites are error ridden or simply copied verbatim from the Handbooks - why rate a site that relies on plagiarism? There's some excellent, but narrow-focused sites out there which cover single characters or small groups in great detail.

And there's a handful of broader sites out there which actually do their own research and strive for accuracy - this one, uncannyxmen. The Marvel Database is hoping to become a wide focus, accurate listing site, but it's a long way off yet, and there'll be some others I've missed out, but generally, if you want to cover a wide range of characters in any detail, the Handbooks are still your best bet.

Actually, its because the Handbook writers mostly originated as some of the marvunapp. To be one of the elders, one must be the last survivor of one of the most ancient sentient races in the cosmos. The Eternals, and thus the Titans, have been around for hundreds of thousands of years, true, but there are still a fair amount of them about.

I also question a portion of the entry for Starfox in the current Avengers Handbook. It states that Thanos killed and dissected his mother to find out why he was born different. Originally it was stated that Sui-san was a victim of Thanos' first bombardment. This revision didn't last long without being challenged. In vol 3, 40 of the Silver Surfer, a continuity-minded letter-writer brought up the conflict between the original story of Sui-San's death, and Mentor's version.

The editors at the time, Craig Anderson and Renee' Witterstaetter, replied, saying that the original story was indeed correct and that Mentor was deluded over the nature of his wife's death. Years later, Starlin also seems to have disregarded that little aside and ignored it.

In Thanos 1, the Titan goes on to tell Warlock that Sui-San was the one member of his family he might actually have spared if given the choice. Now, I'm not fully-versed in all of Starfox's appearances, far from it in fact. So, if Starfox also made this claim in one of his appearances, then I missed it. Otherwise, the tale is something of an anomaly. All that being said, the Handbooks are incredibly accurate most of the time, and are indeed the best source of character info aside from the issues themselves clawsofwolverine Jan 8, , pm The Handbooks are also the best because they are approved and produced by Marvel themselves.

People can just get online and just make stuff up online, if they want to. The official handbooks may have errors as well, but at least they are official errors! Gaara of the Sand Jan 9, , pm. The Handbooks are also the best because they are approved and produced by Marvel themselves.

Yeah, but to be fair, the Clone Saga was an official erorror too Eric J. Doesn't get more official than that! Michael Regan Date missing. Of course he is. A reprint does not require the acquisition of the rights again or am I wrong. Stuart V Jan 21, , pm. If that were the case, then Marvel would be reprinting the Marvel-originated Conan and Star Wars, not Dark Horse, and the Godzilla reprints wouldn't be more expensive than other Essentials and be a one-off no reprinting the Essential after the one print run.

Michael Regan Jan 21, , pm. Then, how is it Rom is included? Not sure, as I'm not privy to Marvel's negotiations with other companies. Marvel arranged a deal to reprint Godzilla, so perhaps they did the same for Rom. I can't imagine Parker Bros would ask for much, since it's only a single page about a no-longer available toy, and the book isn't being sold on the presence of Rom in it.

Michael Regan Jan 22, , am. My guess would be that no one currently holds ROM rights unless Parker Brother does , and was only ever published by Marvel, so it was easy. Conan, for instance, has been everywhere and will always be somewhere, so that index will be lost to history. Does this make sense? Stuart V Jan 22, , am. Parker Bros would still own the rights, unless they'd sold them on to someone or gone out of business; I still think its most likely they simply aren't too bothered about a single page of reprint about a deleted toy line character, and so asked for at most a nominal fee to let it stay in.

Whatever the reason, lets just be glad Rom managed to be included. Rayeye Jan 23, , pm. Which brings me to another question, was there an entry for Conan in the original run of handbooks? For Conan characters, there was a special Handbook of Conan Universe. Michael Regan Jan 23, , pm. As with the Transformers characters. Was there one for the GI Joe characters? Playmobil Jan 23, , pm. Haven't got the issue, so I can't tell you. Anybody else knows?

Conan, Sonja, Kull and Valeria all had entries. Groo's another property altogether. Michael Regan Jan 27, , pm. I mean as oppossed to just reading about the characters you're interested in? Me, I read an entry a day in the order the themed books came out but this is very slow so right now I am on "Electro" and there are more than characters in "Themed" Edition" I feel like I'm never going to reach the more recent entries. I tried to make an aplhabetical list of all the characters there had been so far but I found when I did this I would be reading bios out of a chronologial happenning of events for the characters.

Then I thought I would read just as many bios as I could from one handbook in one day but found I become bogged down with too much information and couldnt pay attention to the bio's I was reading. Since I paid for these books I want to read every word but I wish I could get through them faster. Any advice? I noticed that Madrox's eyes are blue in two panels and brown if close up enough to see the color in the rest of the issue.

This is what I've written in the summary. Can you please settle the question? This is one of two panels in which his visible eye is blue instead of brown. Comixfan's bio for Jamie says they're blue. The Marvel Directory entry doesn't say. I haven't unpacked enough boxes to have reached my first series "X-Factor" issues. They seem to be colored brown or blue or grey.

Does the Multiple Man have multiple eye colors or what? I'm writing my unofficial spoiled summary for "X-Factor" 3. I don't yet have X-Factor 3, but is this possibly due to lighting influences in particular panels conflicting entries ignored? Hey, perhaps Jamie has a latent mutation which changes his eye colour just kidding My collecteion is in complete chaos at the moment, but if I can find anything specific I'll post my findings.

Ann Nichols Feb 4, , pm Thank you. Stuart V Feb 5, , pm. The miscolouring of the eyes is likely just a mistake; however, with Peter David writing, I wouldn't rule it out as a bit of subtle foreshadowing. And joking aside, RedKnight's point might be more valid than he thinks. We already know Jamie's mutation has evolved over time so that now his dupes display different facets of his personality to greater and lesser degrees; who's to say that occasionally this might not also manifest in small physical differences, such as differing eye colours?

Even though the duplicates are effectively clones with identical DNA, eye colour isn't exclusively decided by DNA, and can change with age or due to disease. Lia Brown Feb 6, , am My eyes were blue as a child, green as a teenager, and now they're green-brown I'm a freak Blob and Avalanche have colour-changing eyes all the time in the comics, though they're both supposed to have brown.

Michael Regan Feb 6, , am Among human phenotypes, blue eyes are a relatively rare eye color. They are found mainly in people of northern European and eastern European descent, and to a lesser extent, in people of southern Europe, the Middle East, and Central Asia. South Asians may also have blue eyes, but this is uncommon, except amongst Pathans and in Kashmir and Punjab. Finland has the highest percentage of blue-eyed people. Many caucasian babies are born with blue eyes, though their eyes will darken, or change color.

Most infants' eye color is set within a couple of days to a couple of weeks, though some people's eye color will continue to change for a number of years. It appears my post was nly partially correct about changin eye colour. See the full post at wikipedia. Foenix Feb 10, , am I always save my Handbooks for when I don't have anything else to read. I just this morning finished reading the Secrets of the House of M special. Of course, I saved the 'special' Handbook type tomes for after I was caught up on the normal 'canon' guides, so that slipped those even further behind than the rest.

No real information overload and no complicated method to juggle all the issues sitting around to try and read the bios, no complicated lists Just going straight through, as the whim strikes me. J Ann Nichols Feb 10, , pmThank you all. So who was the "Montgomery Sinclair" who was supposedly Rahne Sinclair's father? Did Craig just pick that name out of a hat, so to speak, or was her late, unknown, "lady of the night" mother's last name "Sinclair"? Perhaps "Montgomery" was a family name amongst the Craigs and the sanctimonious rotter used the name as a private joke?

Don't get me wrong, I really appreciate it you guys try to give us fans a complete picture of the characters. By the way Marvel was very creative to have combined the body of AoA-Abyss with Abyss' head to create a whole picture of the guy. Andrivet Feb 11, , pm In the s handbook, am I correct in assuming that El Toro's Height is supposed to be 6'8"? Gaara of the Sand. In the s handbook, am I correct in assuming that El Toro's Height is supposed to be 6'8"?

Don't pay much attention to heights and weights. Remember back when everyone was a head taller than Wolverine? Or how about how Juggy is 6'7" or 6'9", forget which and weighs lbs? He'd look like a muscular Blob. And considering Juggy and Hulk tend to be comparable physically in appearance, their physical stats tend not to match one bit.

Hell I remember in an old Deadpool mini where Juggy looks like he's at least 12 feet tall. Michael Regan Feb 13, , am Loving every issue more than the next. Fantastic work. The s handook was exceptional in it's inclusion of so many minor characters which have long been forgotten.

Too much information is never enough. Would it be wrong of me to request consideration of an Amalgam Handook? Personally I think it could have fit in well with the Alternate Earths handbook, but with all the false history that was created during the run, perhaps a book of it own would be well received.

Just don't forget to included everyone's first and "first" apperances that is actual and fictional first apearances. Perhaps covers from some of the fictional comics could be included now, I'm stretching Binaryan Feb 23, , pm I am also really loving the new Handbooks and it has certainly taken me back to and picking up those new handbooks from my local comic shop! I love learning all the nuanced details of obscure characters and favorites alike and it's clear that it's a labor of love from the writing team.

The one major detraction to my overall enjoyment has been the artwork in the books. Springing to mind immediately are the pictures for Sunset Bain and Captain UK in the first two issues. There are some pics that I just think are poor choices given all the images of a character that are out there but with others like these two it's clearly a case where the "art reconstruction" was not done very well.

And then there are things like having a headshot of Erg from X-Men: the next to Callisto that just make me shake my head. Where can I apply to work on the art reconstruction for these books William Keogh Mar 5, , pm. I certainly agree with you on Exodus and the High Evolutionary. Among the others, I don't know if you're aware that Moonboy if there's just the one has been covered in the Marvel Monsters handbook from last fall.

Playmobil Mar 6, , pm And, in addition to the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s handbooks, how about a Timely Comics Handbook? Michael Regan Mar 6, , pm. That's a great idea! Don't forget one for Atlas as well, but it may be hard to have enough to make a complete book. There are just two issues to collect and they could do some update. Michael Regan Mar 15, , pm. Why not just buy the originals? Moreels Mar 16, , am. Yes, especially since the history text refers to her working as such.

Playmobil Mar 17, , pm I've read there's an Eternals Sketchbook coming out. Will this include characters bios? Mar 17, , pm Eric J. Not that I've heard, but anything's possible. Gaara of the Sand Mar 19, , pm What video games are canon?

What intercompany crossovers are canon? DC from a few years back is, but is anything else? Thanks Playmobil Mar 20, , pm Why not just buy the originals? And what are TPB's for? I didn't mean to have it released right now, but some time from now, with the necessary updates.

Michael Regan Mar 20, , pm. I was just thinking that since they just recently came out and there are only two Are there any plans to release power charts for the characters who appeared in books without them i. Michael Regan Apr 3, , pm. Quick question from someone who's new to the site. This releases are OH style but are less handbooks and more reference. I trust that the related entries with appear in the individual A-Z releases.

The individual A-Z releases state that readers should reference the previous guides i. My mistake I guess, but your question was not character specific only book specific. I had not seen that statement in the A-Z guide. This was only covered in the set of 12 handbooks and nothing since and a lot has happened since. Thanks Billy Eric J. Moreels Apr 5, , am.

Check the inside front covers of the A-Z issues for an alphabetical listing of characters recently-featured in the themed one-shots and other related handbook-style titles. This question has probably been asked a million times already, but I simply can't go through 9 pages of this thread. Is there a plan to trade up the A-Z Handbook? I missed the first issue and when that happened I just decided to do what I never WANT to do and 'wait for the trade'.

Also, just how cool are you guys for putting out handbooks that actually rival the originals from back in the day? Sean McQuaid Apr 12, , am. Trade collections of recent handbooks have been discussed, but no firm plans yet. Sales of the non-trade editions will help determine whether trades appear later on, of course. Glad you're liking the book, and thanks for the flattering comparison. As for how cool we are, some of the Handbook crew are indeed frigidly frosty-cool, info-rich phenoms.

Myself, I tend to be room temperature. Science is baffled. The first issue did not come out that long ago. Have you asked your local comic shop to place a back-order? Century bio and say that the events of Disassembled caused him to come back to life and fleece the good citizens of Anaconda, Montana for all they had, would it then become canon? I don't know if I could handle that sort of power. Edit: To sneak this in after it was replied, but not to clog up the boards more, and since I should have rightfully said it in the first place, I used to love hunting down the old OHMU issues when I was a kid.

Keep up the good work. Moreels Apr 12, , am. So if you were to sneak in, let's say, a Turner D. Unless its necessary for a continuity patch, we tend to shy away from making such additions ourselves. There are rare occasions when we've been able to give character s real name s or places of birth, and even rarer times when we've been able to flesh out a character's backstory such as Anole, Bling, Jazz and Onyxx in the Files , but typically those are only done with the assist of the character's creators and editorial.

Will this just be a collection of the Nova Corp. More importantly will they have power grids? I'd like to discuss something that apparently hasn't been discussed here before: For years i've been thinking that an online OHOTMU would be the best solution. Whatever the cost of producing it, a website or CD-R would be cheaper to make terefore to sell than paper. Is is totally irrelevant or could it be considered?

Thanx for your opinion. Great idea. If editorial will green light handbooks for one-off yet cool events like Marvel Monsters and Marvel Westerns, than I think that a T-Bolts handbook could be worthwhile in terms of content and good marketing for the core book. The members alone would fill most the pages and they all have rich enough histories that their bios would be pretty comprehensive.

It would also help bring in apprehensive new readers in since its safe to say that T-Bolts is one of the most status quo changing book out right now. A milestone in which a book like this would make the most sense th issue , but there's got to be a good time to do this. Consider it, please. Madison Carter Apr 19, , am It's a nice idea, but outside the specials the decades, western, etc.

What the future brings This may sound a bit out there, but have you guys ever tried for a Thunderbolts Handbook? Great idea Perhaps two entries per individual where warented would be a good idea WhitePhalkon May 2, , pm Hi.

I was just wondering if i could ask a few questions about the Phoenix Forces entry and all references to it in other bios. Basically im still confused as to what exactly it is. Initially Chris Claremont said it was the first spark that ignited creation so presumably the Big Bang , then i read in the handbooks that it was a nexus point for all psionic energy in existence, then Excalibur in the 90's showed it was the energies of the Big Bang again and that if it manifested sentience and therefore became a life form unto itself within the closed system of the universe it absorbed energy reserved for future generations as life feeds on life and this seems to be the interpretation you stuck with in the latest Phoenix bio.

Whew lol So if thats the case if the Phoenix Force is the energies of creation as Reed said in F4 and as your bio definition seems to say as well then surely theres a connection between the Phoenix Force and the Power Primordial? Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

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Inventor Reyn Guyer had enjoyed early success by creating the game Twister, and in he started Winsor Concepts to dream up new toy and game ideas. The designers realized that they were onto something and began developing a whole line of games based on foam balls. Guyer initially took the game ideas to Milton Bradley, the company that had found a hit with his Twister invention.

Undeterred, Guyer then pitched the foam games to Parker Brothers. The company decided to market just the ball as its own toy. The most memorable of these line extensions was surely the Nerf football, which bounced onto the scene in The Nerf football actually represented a bit of a technical change for the product line.

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Sure, tossing a Nerf football around was fun, but shooting your buddies with soft foam balls? The 90s saw Nerf further expand its array of blasters into guns that fired missiles, balls, and suction-cup darts. These toys sound a bit more sophisticated than the old Blast A Ball. Although my brother and I can attest that the Blast A Ball was great for whacking each other even once its ammunition had been lost.

All of this extra firepower has come at a price, though. In Nerf had to recall its N-Strike Recon Blaster after at least 46 reports of kids sustaining injuries while firing the gun. Each year his family uses it as an ornament on their Christmas tree. Hosting a watch party? Consider skipping the chips and dip, and try whipping up a dish inspired by the show.

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Some are meant to deliver pinpoint accuracy well, as accurate as a foam dart can be , others blunt force. Others simply have a pink and fuchsia skin. Cooler still, the darts fire in sets of threes. The new Regulator, however, takes it to the next level. The Nerf accessory has two blaster mounting brackets in the front, two in the rear, extra dart storage, three-point steering, and a handbrake. Unfortunately, with a weight limit of pounds, this junior combat Jeep cannot contain an overzealous dad.

The FocusFire Crossbow has a 5-dart spinning drum but fires one shot at a time using real crossbow action. It also has a flip-up site and uses AccuStrike darts to ensure you never miss. The Alphahawk sniper rifle is the signature bolt-action weapon in the lot and includes a stock, pistol grip, and easy-to-load rotating drum that holds five darts. Quick access to said foam darts is the other.

It can be built into over 30 different configurations and shoots up to 90 feet. The Nerf gun can unleash 18 rounds of foam-dart fury and records the carnage on the included SD card. It can also be aimed independently from its driving direction — which means the ability to attack while retreating — something you learned from LEGO Napoleon. Pull the trigger half way and it shoots a single dart. Pull it all the way back and the TS pops off two at a time. Or, straight hold the trigger down while you furiously pump that MF and go full rapid fire.

Something went wrong. Please contact support fatherly. Dolls and L. All rights reserved. It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores. It was released on September 9th, under the N-Strike series. It is powered by six 'D' batteries.

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Firing mechanismThe Stampede is fully automatic, but a single shot can be fired by pulling back the trigger about for a second due to its slow fire rate. The Stampede features a motorized direct plunger system, giving it a unique priming and firing style.

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Was there one for the GI Joe characters? Playmobil Jan 23, , pm. Haven't got the issue, so I can't tell you. Anybody else knows? Conan, Sonja, Kull and Valeria all had entries. Groo's another property altogether. Michael Regan Jan 27, , pm. I mean as oppossed to just reading about the characters you're interested in?

Me, I read an entry a day in the order the themed books came out but this is very slow so right now I am on "Electro" and there are more than characters in "Themed" Edition" I feel like I'm never going to reach the more recent entries. I tried to make an aplhabetical list of all the characters there had been so far but I found when I did this I would be reading bios out of a chronologial happenning of events for the characters.

Then I thought I would read just as many bios as I could from one handbook in one day but found I become bogged down with too much information and couldnt pay attention to the bio's I was reading. Since I paid for these books I want to read every word but I wish I could get through them faster.

Any advice? I noticed that Madrox's eyes are blue in two panels and brown if close up enough to see the color in the rest of the issue. This is what I've written in the summary. Can you please settle the question? This is one of two panels in which his visible eye is blue instead of brown.

Comixfan's bio for Jamie says they're blue. The Marvel Directory entry doesn't say. I haven't unpacked enough boxes to have reached my first series "X-Factor" issues. They seem to be colored brown or blue or grey. Does the Multiple Man have multiple eye colors or what? I'm writing my unofficial spoiled summary for "X-Factor" 3.

I don't yet have X-Factor 3, but is this possibly due to lighting influences in particular panels conflicting entries ignored? Hey, perhaps Jamie has a latent mutation which changes his eye colour just kidding My collecteion is in complete chaos at the moment, but if I can find anything specific I'll post my findings.

Ann Nichols Feb 4, , pm Thank you. Stuart V Feb 5, , pm. The miscolouring of the eyes is likely just a mistake; however, with Peter David writing, I wouldn't rule it out as a bit of subtle foreshadowing. And joking aside, RedKnight's point might be more valid than he thinks. We already know Jamie's mutation has evolved over time so that now his dupes display different facets of his personality to greater and lesser degrees; who's to say that occasionally this might not also manifest in small physical differences, such as differing eye colours?

Even though the duplicates are effectively clones with identical DNA, eye colour isn't exclusively decided by DNA, and can change with age or due to disease. Lia Brown Feb 6, , am My eyes were blue as a child, green as a teenager, and now they're green-brown I'm a freak Blob and Avalanche have colour-changing eyes all the time in the comics, though they're both supposed to have brown. Michael Regan Feb 6, , am Among human phenotypes, blue eyes are a relatively rare eye color.

They are found mainly in people of northern European and eastern European descent, and to a lesser extent, in people of southern Europe, the Middle East, and Central Asia. South Asians may also have blue eyes, but this is uncommon, except amongst Pathans and in Kashmir and Punjab. Finland has the highest percentage of blue-eyed people. Many caucasian babies are born with blue eyes, though their eyes will darken, or change color.

Most infants' eye color is set within a couple of days to a couple of weeks, though some people's eye color will continue to change for a number of years. It appears my post was nly partially correct about changin eye colour. See the full post at wikipedia. Foenix Feb 10, , am I always save my Handbooks for when I don't have anything else to read. I just this morning finished reading the Secrets of the House of M special.

Of course, I saved the 'special' Handbook type tomes for after I was caught up on the normal 'canon' guides, so that slipped those even further behind than the rest. No real information overload and no complicated method to juggle all the issues sitting around to try and read the bios, no complicated lists Just going straight through, as the whim strikes me. J Ann Nichols Feb 10, , pmThank you all.

So who was the "Montgomery Sinclair" who was supposedly Rahne Sinclair's father? Did Craig just pick that name out of a hat, so to speak, or was her late, unknown, "lady of the night" mother's last name "Sinclair"? Perhaps "Montgomery" was a family name amongst the Craigs and the sanctimonious rotter used the name as a private joke?

Don't get me wrong, I really appreciate it you guys try to give us fans a complete picture of the characters. By the way Marvel was very creative to have combined the body of AoA-Abyss with Abyss' head to create a whole picture of the guy. Andrivet Feb 11, , pm In the s handbook, am I correct in assuming that El Toro's Height is supposed to be 6'8"? Gaara of the Sand. In the s handbook, am I correct in assuming that El Toro's Height is supposed to be 6'8"?

Don't pay much attention to heights and weights. Remember back when everyone was a head taller than Wolverine? Or how about how Juggy is 6'7" or 6'9", forget which and weighs lbs? He'd look like a muscular Blob. And considering Juggy and Hulk tend to be comparable physically in appearance, their physical stats tend not to match one bit.

Hell I remember in an old Deadpool mini where Juggy looks like he's at least 12 feet tall. Michael Regan Feb 13, , am Loving every issue more than the next. Fantastic work. The s handook was exceptional in it's inclusion of so many minor characters which have long been forgotten. Too much information is never enough. Would it be wrong of me to request consideration of an Amalgam Handook?

Personally I think it could have fit in well with the Alternate Earths handbook, but with all the false history that was created during the run, perhaps a book of it own would be well received. Just don't forget to included everyone's first and "first" apperances that is actual and fictional first apearances.

Perhaps covers from some of the fictional comics could be included now, I'm stretching Binaryan Feb 23, , pm I am also really loving the new Handbooks and it has certainly taken me back to and picking up those new handbooks from my local comic shop! I love learning all the nuanced details of obscure characters and favorites alike and it's clear that it's a labor of love from the writing team. The one major detraction to my overall enjoyment has been the artwork in the books. Springing to mind immediately are the pictures for Sunset Bain and Captain UK in the first two issues.

There are some pics that I just think are poor choices given all the images of a character that are out there but with others like these two it's clearly a case where the "art reconstruction" was not done very well. And then there are things like having a headshot of Erg from X-Men: the next to Callisto that just make me shake my head. Where can I apply to work on the art reconstruction for these books William Keogh Mar 5, , pm. I certainly agree with you on Exodus and the High Evolutionary.

Among the others, I don't know if you're aware that Moonboy if there's just the one has been covered in the Marvel Monsters handbook from last fall. Playmobil Mar 6, , pm And, in addition to the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s handbooks, how about a Timely Comics Handbook? Michael Regan Mar 6, , pm. That's a great idea! Don't forget one for Atlas as well, but it may be hard to have enough to make a complete book. There are just two issues to collect and they could do some update.

Michael Regan Mar 15, , pm. Why not just buy the originals? Moreels Mar 16, , am. Yes, especially since the history text refers to her working as such. Playmobil Mar 17, , pm I've read there's an Eternals Sketchbook coming out. Will this include characters bios? Mar 17, , pm Eric J. Not that I've heard, but anything's possible.

Gaara of the Sand Mar 19, , pm What video games are canon? What intercompany crossovers are canon? DC from a few years back is, but is anything else? Thanks Playmobil Mar 20, , pm Why not just buy the originals? And what are TPB's for? I didn't mean to have it released right now, but some time from now, with the necessary updates.

Michael Regan Mar 20, , pm. I was just thinking that since they just recently came out and there are only two Are there any plans to release power charts for the characters who appeared in books without them i. Michael Regan Apr 3, , pm.

Quick question from someone who's new to the site. This releases are OH style but are less handbooks and more reference. I trust that the related entries with appear in the individual A-Z releases. The individual A-Z releases state that readers should reference the previous guides i. My mistake I guess, but your question was not character specific only book specific. I had not seen that statement in the A-Z guide.

This was only covered in the set of 12 handbooks and nothing since and a lot has happened since. Thanks Billy Eric J. Moreels Apr 5, , am. Check the inside front covers of the A-Z issues for an alphabetical listing of characters recently-featured in the themed one-shots and other related handbook-style titles. This question has probably been asked a million times already, but I simply can't go through 9 pages of this thread. Is there a plan to trade up the A-Z Handbook? I missed the first issue and when that happened I just decided to do what I never WANT to do and 'wait for the trade'.

Also, just how cool are you guys for putting out handbooks that actually rival the originals from back in the day? Sean McQuaid Apr 12, , am. Trade collections of recent handbooks have been discussed, but no firm plans yet. Sales of the non-trade editions will help determine whether trades appear later on, of course. Glad you're liking the book, and thanks for the flattering comparison. As for how cool we are, some of the Handbook crew are indeed frigidly frosty-cool, info-rich phenoms.

Myself, I tend to be room temperature. Science is baffled. The first issue did not come out that long ago. Have you asked your local comic shop to place a back-order? Century bio and say that the events of Disassembled caused him to come back to life and fleece the good citizens of Anaconda, Montana for all they had, would it then become canon?

I don't know if I could handle that sort of power. Edit: To sneak this in after it was replied, but not to clog up the boards more, and since I should have rightfully said it in the first place, I used to love hunting down the old OHMU issues when I was a kid.

Keep up the good work. Moreels Apr 12, , am. So if you were to sneak in, let's say, a Turner D. Unless its necessary for a continuity patch, we tend to shy away from making such additions ourselves. There are rare occasions when we've been able to give character s real name s or places of birth, and even rarer times when we've been able to flesh out a character's backstory such as Anole, Bling, Jazz and Onyxx in the Files , but typically those are only done with the assist of the character's creators and editorial.

Will this just be a collection of the Nova Corp. More importantly will they have power grids? I'd like to discuss something that apparently hasn't been discussed here before: For years i've been thinking that an online OHOTMU would be the best solution. Whatever the cost of producing it, a website or CD-R would be cheaper to make terefore to sell than paper.

Is is totally irrelevant or could it be considered? Thanx for your opinion. Great idea. If editorial will green light handbooks for one-off yet cool events like Marvel Monsters and Marvel Westerns, than I think that a T-Bolts handbook could be worthwhile in terms of content and good marketing for the core book.

The members alone would fill most the pages and they all have rich enough histories that their bios would be pretty comprehensive. It would also help bring in apprehensive new readers in since its safe to say that T-Bolts is one of the most status quo changing book out right now. A milestone in which a book like this would make the most sense th issue , but there's got to be a good time to do this.

Consider it, please. Madison Carter Apr 19, , am It's a nice idea, but outside the specials the decades, western, etc. What the future brings This may sound a bit out there, but have you guys ever tried for a Thunderbolts Handbook? Great idea Perhaps two entries per individual where warented would be a good idea WhitePhalkon May 2, , pm Hi. I was just wondering if i could ask a few questions about the Phoenix Forces entry and all references to it in other bios.

Basically im still confused as to what exactly it is. Initially Chris Claremont said it was the first spark that ignited creation so presumably the Big Bang , then i read in the handbooks that it was a nexus point for all psionic energy in existence, then Excalibur in the 90's showed it was the energies of the Big Bang again and that if it manifested sentience and therefore became a life form unto itself within the closed system of the universe it absorbed energy reserved for future generations as life feeds on life and this seems to be the interpretation you stuck with in the latest Phoenix bio.

Whew lol So if thats the case if the Phoenix Force is the energies of creation as Reed said in F4 and as your bio definition seems to say as well then surely theres a connection between the Phoenix Force and the Power Primordial? Wouldnt it stem from the Phoenix or maybe even be the same thing? Lastly your recent Eternity entry said that the only being known to have authority over Eternity was The Living Tribunal, but surely thats not true if the Phoenix Force is the life force of reality, which Eternity embodies.

On top of that as we've seen from Uncanny X-men M'kraan crystal incident and New X-men manifesting in the palm of her hand and altering its timeline theres been multiple occassions where the fate of the multiverse and the reality respectively have rested in her hands. To be able to shape s future like that certainly contradicts with that statement.

Gaara of the Sand May 3, , am Thanks Gaara. Well im really into the Phoenix Force as imo its the most interesting of the fundamental forces. Its just a shame you never get to see it outside of X-titles What do you think its role is in th emultiverse and what do you think the White Hot Room is? My own opinion? I think the Phoenix Force is a joke. It was all well and good when it was the guardian of the M'Karn Crystal, but once they started trying to tag on abstracthood and universal importance to it, I just thought it was crap.

There is no real reason for it, and it makes little sense for an abstract being to not know what it itself actually is and for the most part to protect a single item. Every time the PF has had some kind of meeting with a cosmic being, I always just see it as silly.

As to the White Hot Room, that was blatantly stolen from Mark Grunewald's work on Quasar, where all previous Protectors of the Universe exist in the White Room instead of any other realm of the dead. As to multiversal Those are the Multi-Eternity and the Living Tribunal.

The reason you don't see the PF outside of X-Books is because of its nature. It is always within a mutant and it always makes others job out to it. No fun there. WhitePhalkon May 4, , am But wasnt the Phoenix being a guardian of the M'kraan crystal just something stated in the animated series? I dont recall that notion ever being put forward in the comics as its role. Cosmic importance was applied to the Force during the original Phoenix Saga and therefore preceded the cosmology as depicted by writers like Starlin in the early 90's.

Therefore the Phoenix having universal importance isnt something that was just tagged on in the face of an established cosmology. It was the energies of creation, the Big Bang whilst Eternity embodied all life along the timeline. However Phoenix being an X-character and somewhat protected just like all the others it seems meant that it wasnt involved in any of said sagas of the 90's, which was a shame. Well i wouldnt go as far as to say theres no reason for it, because according to Roma in Excalibur and as supported in the latest bio entry it is the life force of the universe and without it the universe would be left a void "wherein exists not the smallest potential for life".

I do agree however that Alan Davis' interpretation where he had the Phoenix not knowing its role in creation was dumb however wasnt that due to it taking on a human consciousness? Because that would explain it and fits in with the idea of the Phoenix Consciousness in New X-men who directed the Corps in multiversal affairs as seen in New and therefore very much knew and had an established role in creation.

As for it only protecting one item for the most part, given that the item is a nexus of realities and therefore holds multiversal importance i dont really see that role as non sensical or insignificant lol. Yeah i read Quasar so i caught the reference. Morrisson tried to Kaballahize it i thought though with all his talk of "White Phoenix Of Crown" and your existence in the White Hot Room predating your physical birth into reality and so on.

I love all that mysticism and symbology stuff so i thought it was a cool concept. I just thought that description fitted in really well with the current interpretation of the Phoenix as the Big Bang and it explained Phoenixes connection with the crystal. Among other things its an access point to the home dimension of the Phoenix Consciousness as the latest bio stated which presumably manifests through it as the Big Bang in which it is reborn into reality.

That matches up with what was originally said about the crystal in Uncanny X-men and as both Phoenixes and Galactus latest bios reference the end of X-men Adventures 12 Phoenix saving existence from eternal damnation before the crystal wiped out the multiverse as being canon it seem thats what actually happened. The crystal reset reality and was reborn from the subsequent Big Bang. Sorry i waffled on a bit there lol Gaara of the Sand May 5, , am This is getting annoying, this is the third time I've had to try and post this!

But wasnt the Phoenix being a guardian of the M'kraan crystal just something stated in the animated series? Yeah, I could very well be confusing the two, it's been years since I read the arc and the show was so much more memorable. What cosmic importance was it given? As to Starlin, he didn't create the cosmic hierarchy or contribute to it. The closest thing he made as a contribution was Chronos. It is non-cannonical as it takes place in the universe of the cartoon.

So officially the Phoenix has had nothing to do with the creation of the universe. As to it embodying all life We've seen the Phoenix Force die in other universes, and we've seen that force of reality that are supposed to "end all upon their deaths" never do. I just can't buy it being multiversal in nature, we've seen PF's die in other universes, and nothing has been shown to support it being multiversal outside of that ludicrous story.

Ah, but we have seen the M'Kraan Crystal destroyed in other universes with no ill effects nothing big anyways. That's just silly, at the center of each galaxy is a mega black hole, you can't move one with another. As I said above, Tom B has said that the Handbook staff was wrong in their citing of X-Men Adventures and also in the case of video games.

And the damnation thing Dweller was going to feed on fear, that's all. And still, it was a stolen plot from Dweller's previous big arc More historical text from Comixfan Eric J. Moreels May 5, , am. Which is itself just another alternate reality in the megaverse.

There's no reason why it can't be considered as canon as any other alternate reality and hence its inclusion in the Handbooks. Due to the extensive trimming required, the entry appears to indicate that the Phoenix is the force that saved Galan. While the information as stated is not wrong, the conclusion it seems to guide to is not quite accurate.

The original entry as written was over twice the allowed length, and had to be heavily trimmed. The intent of the sentence was lost in the trimming process. It would be more accurate to say: As the previous universe met its end, the Phoenix Force harnessed the positive emotions of everyone in the cosmos to save them from eternal damnation, enabling the sentience of the universe join with Galan and allow him to survive into the next reality.

To clarify further: Nothing is said about whether the Phoenix force petitioned the sentience of the universe or not. One might infer that, if one chose to. That is one interpretation, certainly, but the official interpretation is that it is the reality that existed before the current multiverse. Phoenix harnessed all of the positive emotions of everyone in the universe to save all of its inhabitants from eternal damnation, enabling the sentience of the universe join with Galan of Taa and allow him to survive the destruction of the universe, and to ultimately become Galactus in that Universe.

So, the implication is that the events of that series took place in the universe before the current one. During this conflict, the Living Tribunal is seen to be holding the Two Brothers in the palm of his hand, as he goes to consult with his "hooded, spectral ally" clearly the Spectre. As the old universe is destroyed, the Tribunal releases the Brothers to "assume their pre-destined roles as architects of new realities.

Their intentions seem quite clear and there is no information to dispute this. The M'Kraan Crystal is a nexus of realities. Destruction of the crystal destroyed the multiverse, effectively ending all realities and starting a new multiverse. The activities that occur in that issue are the very last in any reality. Since it can alter reality, it could have created this plague retroactively. The Phoenix dies only to be reborn again. It was re-created at the Big Bang. Galan would not have even been remotely aware of the Phoenix Force's involvement, and the Phoenix Force likely would not have recognized Galactus as the former Galan.

Plus, some 15 billion years passed, so memories may be a little rusty. There is nothing that actually states it to be an alternate reality, and there is no evidence that suggests that there was not an Earth in the previous universe. This information is not even new. It has a precedent in the Fantastic Four Encyclopedia, and both times the information was approved by Tom Brevoort.

Others have commented on the Spectre. I am not an expert on DC, so I can't argue that, but I don't need to. There was "a" Spectre present as representative of the DC Multiverse. Who exactly he was and how he got there is beyond the scope of Marvel Handbooks. Gaara of the Sand May 5, , pm. Yes, it is indeed a part of the same megaverse, but it isn't even in the same multiverse. It is as cannon as all the other various multiverses that make up the Marvel Megaverse.

But what one multiverse does doesn't affect another unless it's attacking another But this was a totally unrelated multiverse. Its inner workings don't influence 's multiverse. Well, actually there is something to dispute this. The only crossover that is, is JLAvengers.

We've seen the Crystal destroyed in AoA and it didn't make a new multiverse. We have also seen other universes be completely destroyed, the Crystal included, with no ill effects beyond the universe being destroyed. That's all well and good for the cartoon universe, but it doesn't apply to And what's with the "eternal damnation" schtick? Dweller was just making himself a schmorgesboard of universal proportions. That's circular logic, nothing says that it is canon. Likewise, nothing says Galan wasn't made of macaroni and cheese.

Also, it was based in the cartoon universe, and with Tom saying it isn't canon, I think it has definitvely been tossed out. Tom either missed it or changed his mind. He has also said that video games are not canon and neither are those one shot comics for fundraisers and those sold with Doritoes and such.

But I think the Hostess shorts are still up for grabs. Another area of contention is Galactus being listed as a physical being one with a real body rather than an abstract one without a real body, such as Death or Eternity, who instead manifests physically through the use of M-Bodies. Simply put, Galactus is a physical being:.

The Contemplator the real one, not the Skrull imposter answers that he doesn't know why, and they went to find out. Quasar has studied under Eon and has a decent idea of what's going on, though he could have been mistaken. The Contemplator is extensively educated and highly knowledgable, and he certainly gave no response that would indicate disagreement. Anthropomorpho whose people provide the M-Bodies used by abstracts later says "Certain powerful entities also enlist our services so they mat be able to put in appearance somewhere without actually attending.

We give our newborns the finite beings to practice on before they are allowed to manifest abstract beings. Certainly, Galactus is more than purely physical, he is of cosmic importance; however, he is not an abstract being. Mark Gruenwald wrote the above story, and he invented M Bodies.

He clearly saw Galactus as a physical being. Tom Brevoort supports this. Never has there been a story that shows Galactus as a soley abstract being using an M-Body every time he wants to take physical form. I'm curious, how could Stranger be physical if he could have been the fourth face of the Living Tribunal? Moreels May 5, , pm. Events from one universe can and have repeatedly throughout Marvel's history influence events in another.

Characters crossing over, histories being altered, etc. This specific instance is just another such time. I haven't seen him comment on X-Men Adventures or promo comics. But none of that happened. No one crossed over and no history was altered. This was another multiverse. OK, I was wrong about promo's, someone brought it up and Tom didn't respond.

I know there was the Golden Age Handbook awhile back and it even had such Atlas luminaries as Venus, Yellow Claw and Marvel Boy, as well as the Monster Handbook which covered a fair amount of one of Atlas' corners, and even the Legacy Handbook, but I think a comprehensive look at this odd era of Marvel's history would be really well received, as it was such an odd time and so little of it publication has seen recent reprint.

C'mon guys! This would be great! Stuart V May 11, , pm. It's not us you have to convince. Sadly, the Golden Age Handbook was one of the poorest selling of the themed books, so I suspect Marvel would be reluctant to do another book set just around the Atlas era. That said, we wouldn't have predicted the Monsters or Western books, so who knows?

This is getting annoying, this is the third time I've had to try and post this! It was stated to be the primal force of creation a power second only to Marvels supreme being by Uatu and when Jean first became Phoenix in Uncanny she stated that she was life incarnate, later on in the 80's it was established that it was the sum and substance of all that lives, the life energy of creation. Chris Claremont stated time and time again that it was the spark that ignited creation and was the final fire that would consume it.

Not true at all. In canon comics such as F4 various issues of Excalibur 52 specifically and X-titles this months Uncanny Phoenix is stated and shown to have remanifested into creation as the Big Bang. These comics also state that the Phoenix is the creation power that made Galen into Galactus and the power that drives evolution Fantastic Four Annual 23, X-men Forever mini As to it embodying all life Eternity HAS been called that but upon the rise to prominence of Infinity mostly due to the Infinity Sagas of the 90's it has in recent years been clarified that he is the embodiment of the timeline whilst Infinity embodies space.

Thats whats been stated in virtually all of his appearances recently and was confirmed in his bio entry last week. Phoenix is the Big Bang which spawned the universe and as such is the life energy that flows within it. The Phoenix dies all the time, thats part of its nature, however it doesnt literally die as in essence as stated on panel and supported in the bio its ultimately indestructible. It may be your opinion that that storyline was ridiculous but it doesnt change the fact that the White Hot Room is part of continuity in Marvel.

Pre retcon Beyonder claimed that out of all the beings he'd encountered he was most impressed by Rachels connection to the Force and that she had the potential out of all to most be like him. Uncanny and Ah, but we have seen the M'Kraan Crystal destroyed in other universes with no ill effects nothing big anyways. Are you referring to AOA? If so then didnt Bishops time travelling originally mean that the crystal never got damaged in the first place as the mainstream reality took over again meaning that Jean was around to fix the crystal.

That's just silly, at the center of each galaxy is a mega black hole, you can't move one with another Doesnt matter if you find the concept silly. Its comic book science it is what it is and doesnt change the fact that its canon. Theres dispute about that so i'll leave it. Regardless as per current continuity Phoenix is still the Big Bang which birthed The Dweller would have had a creations worth of fear to feed on. He would have become ridiculously powerful and who knows possibly challenge to the fundamental forces.

For all we know tha could have impeded the creation cycle in some manner. Whatever would have happened Phoenix saw it necessary to prevent him becoming so powerful before the crystal wiped out the multiverse. Gaara of the Sand May 15, , am It was stated to be the primal force of creation a power second only to Marvels supreme being by Uatu and when Jean first became Phoenix in Uncanny she stated that she was life incarnate, later on in the 80's it was established that it was the sum and substance of all that lives, the life energy of creation.

When did Uatu say this? As to Jean saying what she did, how many times have we seen a character say they are "[blank] incarnate"? These comics also state that the Phoenix is the creation power that made Galen into Galactus and the power that drives evolution Fantastic Four Annual 23, X-men Forever mini But we know that the Big Bang's energies still exist, and have nothing to do with the PF. In the Annual, it was stated that the PF embodies the stars of the universe, it isn't in and of itself life, but the benefits of stars allow life to come into existence.

And nothing was mentioned of it embodying evolution, only that the Dark Phoenix spurs it on. Of course, this was the same comic that equated Mephisto in a green suit , Chthon, and the Dweller in the Darkness to the likes of Thanos and D'Spayre As to FF , that entire arc was one of the worst in cosmic comics history. Continuity was abandoned almost entirely and characterization was non-existent. I haven't read X-Men Forever, so I can't really comment there. Infinity has nothing to do with the "Infinity" mini series' that came out in the early 90's.

Their names were derived from the infinity gems. Infinity only had minor appearances in Infinity War and Infinity Abyss Infinity's only major appearance was in Quasar. Besides, the two of them are basically one in the same being, what one is so is the other. But the Phoenix Force itself was within Death's realm. It was dead, as dead as everyone else in the Earth X series. The next universe was even nearing birth, and the next Eternity selected, and all without the PF lifting a single flaming finger.

Uncanny and And pre-retcon Cable was a cyborg who had no relation to the Summers family. It's amazing what retcons can do. Anyways, the retcon makes the point moot. Ah, but the universe existed after the destruction of the M'Karn Crystal. The fear of a universe, especially considering most were dying or dead, would put Dweller on the level of Love and Hate, not above Eternity and Living Tribunal. WhitePhalkon May 15, , pm When did Uatu say this?

Uatu said this in Uncanny X-men Supporting my claim that Phoenix has been represented as a major power and integral cosmic force for a very long time. Regardless, it has been stated in the past and it is now current continuity as its stated in recent comics and is supported in Phoenixes latest bio entry. But we know that the Big Bang's energies still exist, and have nothing to do with the PF. If its stated on panel that the Power Primordial is derived from the Big Bang then how does that dispute or contradict with the multitude of on panel statements and artistic depictions that say Phoenix IS the Big Bang?

It doesnt at all. It just stands to reason that the Power Primordial along with any other universal energy source is derived from the Phoenix Force by varying degrees of separation. The point just hasnt been made by Marvel as of yet. Phoenix being the Big Bang, has and many a time. You'll even find yet another comment from Uatu to be found in last weeks Uncanny X-men stating the point. It says no such thing. It states that the well spring from which the stars draw their sustenance sometimes manifests as Dark Phoenix which itself spurs evolution.

Does that or does that not support the fact that the Phoenix Force is the energies of creation? Im thinking it does. Galan was after all saved by the Phoenix Force and transformed by the energies of creation after incubating in the cosmic egg with the premature Eternity. Your opinion. Theres precedence for Phoenix being the energies of creation that created Its stated multiple times across multiple titles and the point was picked up by the handbook writers and included in the bio.

Phoenixes memories as depicted in EXcalibur 52 even show it being reborn as the Big Bang. Its good. Give it a go. I never claimed the Infinity of the Infinity Gauntlet was derived from the abstract of the same name. I said that Infinity the abstract gained more prominence in and since those Infinity Sgaas and it was at that time it was made clear that she embodied space, whilst Eternity embodied the timeline.

I know. You can find What If showings that portray LT in a different light to what he is most consistently portrayed in. And pre-retcon Cable was a cyborg who had no relation to the Summers family. The point is that at the time it was written Beyonder was beyond all beings in Marvel and yet he saw Phoenix as the closest to him inherently and siad potentially the nearest to being his equal.

Even if you incorporate the retcon the cube being is still saying he thinks Phoenix is beyond most other beings, a point supported by Uatus aforementioned comments. Again, just your opinion. Phoenixes fears more strongly suggest otherwise. That logic doesnt work out anyway.

Love and Hate embody those concepts, Dweller just converts fear into raw power after feeding on it. Himhaving a creations worth of fear to empower himself with is a different thing. The crystal wasnt destroyed. As White Phalkon has covered all the other points so eloquently and thoroughly, let me help cover this one. However, D'Ken soon found that one could not hold the power of infinity in one's hands as if it were a mere scepter. After the fabled nine stars aligned in the cosmos the M'Kraan's Crystals energies began radiating out into the universe in ever-increasing waves.

X-Men: Alpha fb - BTS - In the Earth reality, throughout the Shi'ar Galaxy the M'Kraan Crystal had been flaring with power and terminating planets and stars, transforming them into crystal and erasing them from existence. X-Men: Alpha - Several years later on Earth 20 years after Xavier's death , Bishop--the only one retaining memories of Earthmet with Magneto, and when Rogue touched him to absorb his memories, a backlash caused Magneto to see them as well.

At the same time, he sent others out to recover Illyana Rasputin and Destiny. Via knowledge from Peter Corbeau and unlocking her own dormant mutant powers, Lila Cheney transported Gambit and the other X-Ternals to the Shi'ar galaxy, though they were followed by Apocalypse's agent Rictor. The M'Kraan Crystal briefly caused Ch'reeshara to blink out of existence as it was fated to be next to suffer from the nexus expansion.

Rictor led the Imperial Guard to the X-Ternals via a tracer and they fought, during which time the energies of the Crystal began to take affect, transforming the various warriors into crystal. Before the X-Ternals could be affected they were teleported away by the Starjammers, led by Deathbird.

They escaped as the whole planet turned to crystal. Gambit and the X-Ternals 3 - In the Earth reality, the Starjammers and X-Ternals arrived at D'Ken's newly completed fusion-energy absorption system, and the Starjammers occupied the Imperium's fleet while Deathbird accompanied the X-Ternals planetside. Both Lila and D'Ken were held transfixed by red light emitted by the Sphere, and as Deathbird attempted to kill D'Ken, she was transfixed as well. Jahf told Gambit how the damage to the Earth reality would soon cause realities around it to collapse, one after the other: The End of All There Is.

Jahf told him that by taking a shard of the Crystal and using it to send Bishop back in time to stop Legion from killing Xavier, he could save reality. Jahf further told him that in order to take a part of the Crystal, Gambit would have to leave a part of himself. As the World was awash with crystallization waves, the other X-Ternals entered the Crystal as well to escape its effects, and Gambit offered his love of Rogue to the Crystal.

He struck the Sphere, which granted him a shard of the Crystal while at the same time elatedly singing a song of freedom as it liberated itself from D'Ken's fusion-energy absorption system. As the X-Ternals headed home, Gambit told them that until they sent Bishop back in time reality could still shatter at any moment. Jubilee rescued Charles Lehnsherr Magneto and Rogue's son and rushed back to Magneto's base, but Guido then revealed that he had agreed to betray Gambit in order save his own life and to gain Lila Cheney for himself.

Guido took both Charles and the M'Kraan shard, taking both to Apocalypse. Learning of the Earth reality and Magneto's plot, Apocalypse decided to use the Crystal to conquer other realities as well. At their approach the Crystal glowed brighter, while Destiny looked into it, glimpsing the past of Earth Since they no longer had counterparts in Earth, Destiny sent only herself, Illyana Rasputin, and Bishop into the Crystal.

Destiny located Earth, Illyana opened a portal into it, and Bishop stopped Legion from killing Xavier, reversing the damage done to Earth and ending the threat from the M'Kraan Crystal. Both were sent twenty years into the past on Earth Apocalypse grabbed the original M'Kraan shard Gambit had brought to escape his own seemingly doomed reality, but Nate Grey stole the Shard and used it to stab the powerful Holocaust, unwittingly transporting both Grey and Holocaust to Earth as well, though they arrived in the modern era.

Gaara of the Sand May 15, , pm It says no such thing. No, it means that the Phoenix Force powers all the stars in the universe, that's all. When have you seen Dark Phoenix or any version of the PF spur on evolution? Apocalypse has done more for evolution that the PF. As to the scan, it says only that one day humans will be Eternity This stated that the Phoenix Force was the driving force behind evolution and that humanity would one day evolve into the fundamental forces and abstracts, replacing the abstracts in the next creation, suggesting that the abstracts were the evolved humanity of the previous creation and citing Galactus as an example.

It suggests nothing of the sort. It merely says that the next Eternity will be from Earth. Such a concept was addressed in Paradise X, but it makes no hint at the other abstracts. And again, Galan was not saved by the PF, that has been established as a mistake by the Handbook authors.

What's the quote from Excalibur 52? And anyways, most of the business with the PF was stated by beings who would have no knowledge of such things, and the Handbook bio is based on a title established as non-cannonical. You misinterpreted my post. She gained no prominince in the minis. She was created in Quasar by Gru, so of course that would be when she gained notorioty. It neither created nor sustains the reality.

I cant argue against that, all i can say is that showing contradicted all of Phoenixes other showings in Marvel. A great many of the LT's appearances are dubious, it's sad but true. Either way, Earth X also established that Mephisto is responsible for the creation of much of the multiverse, and that in at least one case, the Celestials are responsible for the destruction of the previous universe.

And Cap's shield protected him from the blast that melted the insides of adamantium Ultron, the Secret Wars stuff was full of crap like that. Yes, Love and Hate embody universal love and hate, the continuous emotions that have existed as long as sentient life has existed It just doesn't work out. One problem with the ever-growing collection though is how to keep track of where any character appears.

I have two thoughts: A series of trades similar to the ten book collection of the deluxe Handbook in the 80s reprinting all the entries since in alphabetical order. I am suggesting this mainly because I am still a bit old-fashioned and would love a book to pick up and check where to find the details I need, rather than stare at the screen. Plus there would be the chance to include some nice art interspersed amongst the entries.

Keep them coming! A series of trades similar to the ten book collection of the deluxe Handbook in the 80s reprinting all the entries since in alphabetical order. PeteD May 17, , pm Will do, thanks. WhitePhalkon May 17, , pm No, it means that the Phoenix Force powers all the stars in the universe, that's all.

The comic goes into detail about stars being in many ways creations greatest principalities, referring to them as being "the source from which all other life springs". It then goes on to refer to the Phoenix as a well spring from which the stars derive their power from. That perfectly supports the much stated notion that the Phoenix Force is the energies of creation. The point is stated many a time on panel, plus theres the much stated notion that the Phoenix is the Big Bang. Not only is that last notion much stated on panel, but the event as aforementioned is actually depicted in Excalibur.

The point has been stated many a time and has seen support across multiple titles, hence making it canon which is why the Phoenix was stated in the latest bio to be reborn into creation in the Big Bang event. It is the energies of the Big Bang, the life force of creation. It doesn't imply anything of the sort.

If Phoenix is the life force of creation then of course it has a role to play in evolution lol. The idea of Phoenix "burning away what doesnt work" was pushed to prominence in New X-men. Phoenix actually classifies her culling of the termids New Xmen and the destruction of D'Bari as part of this work in Endsong 5 and cites them being evolutionary deadends as justification for her actions. Plus its actually stated in X-men Forever that Phoenixes manifestation within Jean Grey was the action that sent human evolution on a path where humanity would one day replace the fundamental forces.

Humanitys place in the cosmic of things, the effect of human evolution on the cosmology. The Phoenix was the driving force behind it. Did you completely bypass the depiction of the Phoenix engulfed Jean Grey slowly morphing into a fiery D.

A strand before slowly morphing into Eternity? The Stranger knew about the potential of humanity and what that could and after Phoenixes intervention would mean for the fundamental forces. As such he asks her to put an end to Strangers plans as they were against the natural order and he visualises to Jean the central role of the Force to creation and what would happen if its power were to be used by Stranger to control human evolution.

Read above And again, Galan was not saved by the PF, that has been established as a mistake by the Handbook authors. Nope that point wasnt established as a mistake. The line however was clarified for readers and it had the same result. Phoenixes actions enabled Galan to bond with Eternity which ensured his recreation as Galactus.

She very much did save him. A quote from Reed from one of the worst cosmic stories in terms of continuity every written doesn't have much bearing. All your opinion. Doesnt change what was stated on panel and what was stated on panel is mirrored in various other titles multiple times both before that F4 issue and after. The suppositions of a non-important mortal about what may or may not have happened in regards to another universe has no bearing on I just posted the scans to show you theres precedence for Phoenix being connected to evolution.

The Phoenix was depicted as being reborn into creation in the Big Bang event. You've already seen what Death and Eternity have said about the force. You may say ahhh but ive seen the force killed before and so on and son, however its stated many a time that the force cannot truly die. If the Force is truly the energies of creation then the destruction of its hawlike manifestation doesnt the force is dead.

She was created in Quasar by Gru, so of course that would be when she gained notorioty Irrelevant. My point was that in that period she rose to prominence and since that time Eternitys role has been consistently defined as relating to the timeline.

Just your opinion and yet theres a wealth of on panel statements from reliable sources, on panel depictions and bio entries that disagree with your opinion. Either way, Earth X also established that Mephisto is responsible for the creation of much of the multiverse, and that in at least one case, the Celestials are responsible for the destruction of the previous universe Doesnt change Phoenixes role.

It is less a creator of reality and more the power behind it. It is after all the Big Bang. And Cap's shield protected him from the blast that melted the insides of adamantium Ultron, the Secret Wars stuff was full of crap like that Regardless, Phoenixes role has been stated and depicted by too many sources for you to sucessfully argue against. D'kens actions in Uncanny affected the fields and it was that which was the danger that which unleashed the power, not damage to the outer crystal structure.

When Phoenix fixed the crystal to combat the power she to dealt with the fields. Nowhere is it stated on panel that the power of the crystal was unleashed in AOA, therefore youre both wrong and unsupported on that point. It just doesn't work out Fear is Dwellers power source, his plan meant he was going to have access to a universal scale power supply.

Regardless of your opinion on where that plan would have placed him in the hierarchy, Phoenix felt he would have posed too great a threat for her not to intervene. Simple as that. You folks oversee the bios at Marvel. I haven't time to look further there for where to point out an error, but their bio has one. In the last page of UXM , when Cain was chatting with She-Hulk, he told her he found Black Tom in Scotland and he bought a castle for them to have a place to hide out.

Do we know which students were in Rogue's squad? In Iceman's and Beast's? Gaara of the Sand May 27, , am Sorry about the slow response, between being sick and busy and X-Fan crapping out on me on two occasions it just hasn't reached the top of my to-do list, but here we are, thrid times the charm! First of all, I was under the impression that X-Men Adventures was non-canonical.

Stars help facilitate life, and as the PF power stars, it basically facilitates life, but it doesn't create it. Hell all life doesn't even require sunlight. First of all, I don't see it as the life force of creation, so that point is moot.

Secondly, abstracts rarely take active roles in the going ons of the universe. Some whack job in a suit hardly qualifies as an expert of the cosmos. No, I took it for the abstract art that it is. Not wanting to be a victim of the process the Stranger saught to access the Phoenix Force so that he could control and take advantage of the process making him the supreme being of reality: Tons of folks have tried to access some power to avert a fate or take a seat at the cosmic table to no avail, and they are often misguided in their efforts, and for the Stranger to act so grosslyo ut of character brings this all into question.

No, Tom has said that the events of X-Men Adventures are non-canonical in regards to the universe. First of all, cosmic continuity was paid no heed in this story and the writer demonstrated a severe lacking in the understanding of cosmic things. Secondly, just because Reed says it doesn't make it fact, he's far from an expert on cosmic beings.

I wouldnt class the likes of Roma, Uatu, Eternity and Death as clueless beings. She herself doesn't even understand what the omniverse is. She's hardly an expert. This was also greatly out of character for most parties present. I'll address Uatu below. It was in the realm of the dead with Jean in Paradise X. Doesnt change Phoenixes role. Part of the Big Bang still exists, and it has no connection to PF.

And PF has no role in universal creation nor does it empower the universe. The crystal structure merely housed the neutron galaxy, which itself was bound by magnetic fields. The piece broke off, the crystal was broken, that much is not up for debate. What I'm curious about is, do you really believe a magnetic feild holds the universe in balance?

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Elegance Army , views New! Updated Version - Duration: Lu Ka 4, views Loading more suggestions Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists It Was Supposed to Be a Volleyball GameAlthough Nerf has become the leading name in spongy backyard warfare, its roots were decidedly less violent. Inventor Reyn Guyer had enjoyed early success by creating the game Twister, and in he started Winsor Concepts to dream up new toy and game ideas.

The designers realized that they were onto something and began developing a whole line of games based on foam balls. Guyer initially took the game ideas to Milton Bradley, the company that had found a hit with his Twister invention.

Undeterred, Guyer then pitched the foam games to Parker Brothers. The company decided to market just the ball as its own toy. The most memorable of these line extensions was surely the Nerf football, which bounced onto the scene in The Nerf football actually represented a bit of a technical change for the product line. Parker Brothers made the original Nerf balls by spinning foam on a lathe and cutting it with a piece of hot wire. Making the football, on the other hand, entailed pouring liquid foam into a mold.

The resulting ball had a thick outer covering that helped it behave like an ordinary football. Some of the other Nerf spinoffs failed to achieve the notoriety of the Nerf football. The company even started a line of Nerful action figures that looked like anthropomorphic Nerf balls. The Nerf brand has changed hands several times over the years. Sure, tossing a Nerf football around was fun, but shooting your buddies with soft foam balls?

The 90s saw Nerf further expand its array of blasters into guns that fired missiles, balls, and suction-cup darts. These toys sound a bit more sophisticated than the old Blast A Ball. Although my brother and I can attest that the Blast A Ball was great for whacking each other even once its ammunition had been lost. All of this extra firepower has come at a price, though. In Nerf had to recall its N-Strike Recon Blaster after at least 46 reports of kids sustaining injuries while firing the gun.

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Updated for For a limited time, nail polish inspired by Dunkin's flavored coffees will be available at select nail salons across the country. The nail polish line includes eight freshly brewed shades. Three pay homage to Dunkin's new signature lattes—cocoa mocha, caramel craze, and blueberry crisp—and three are inspired by the seasonal Baskin-Robbins ice cream-flavored coffees: butter pecan, pistachio almond fudge, and banana split.

Nail polishes in Dunkin's iconic pink and orange color palette are also available. The collection is a collaboration between Dunkin' and the vegan-friendly nail polish company Lauren B. While supplies last, the products will be available at certain nail salons in 10 cities where Dunkin' operates, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and Boston.

To see if a salon in your area is participating, check out the map below. Dunkin' isn't the first fast food chain to release its own nail polish line. In , KFC released edible 'finger-licking' nail polish that, yes, tasted like chicken. Hasbro makes a ridiculous number of these weapons in myriad different collections: the Mega, the AccuStrike, the N-Strike, the Modulus, the Rebelle, the list goes on. Some are meant to deliver pinpoint accuracy well, as accurate as a foam dart can be , others blunt force.

Others simply have a pink and fuchsia skin. Cooler still, the darts fire in sets of threes. The new Regulator, however, takes it to the next level. The Nerf accessory has two blaster mounting brackets in the front, two in the rear, extra dart storage, three-point steering, and a handbrake. Unfortunately, with a weight limit of pounds, this junior combat Jeep cannot contain an overzealous dad.

The FocusFire Crossbow has a 5-dart spinning drum but fires one shot at a time using real crossbow action. It also has a flip-up site and uses AccuStrike darts to ensure you never miss. The Alphahawk sniper rifle is the signature bolt-action weapon in the lot and includes a stock, pistol grip, and easy-to-load rotating drum that holds five darts.

Quick access to said foam darts is the other. It can be built into over 30 different configurations and shoots up to 90 feet. The Nerf gun can unleash 18 rounds of foam-dart fury and records the carnage on the included SD card. It can also be aimed independently from its driving direction — which means the ability to attack while retreating — something you learned from LEGO Napoleon. Pull the trigger half way and it shoots a single dart. Pull it all the way back and the TS pops off two at a time.

Or, straight hold the trigger down while you furiously pump that MF and go full rapid fire. Something went wrong.

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A different monster will be spawned on each round. Defeat the monster in 2 minutes. The round will end when you clear the 57th round, die, or the time limit ends. After the pre-season 1 ends, you can get your rewards in Ancient Arena Window. After the next season ends, you are unable to receive the rewards of the previous season anymore. Ancient Money items can be exchanged for various rewards including special potions and a new Growth Stone Pieces!

If you got some Ancient Money items, talk to the Portal Mage! A certain Growth Stones may have lower maximum level. You can simply unequip and re-equip the Growth Stone with Jeweler, without any failure. Also, if you try to equip another Growth Stone to your weapon which already has a Growth Stone equipped, the equipped one will just fall out.

Please be aware that your weapon will become bound to character instantly when a Growth Stone is equipped. Also, weapons that have duration do not have Growth Stone slots. Hunter's bow does not have a Growth Stone slot. You can get 1 Ancient Money from clearing each round.

Gather Ancient Money and exchange them for special rewards with the Portal Mage as below:. I just decided to come back and play this game frrom 0 creating new account etc. But when i Logged into the game i've seen that there is a lot of new class and sub class. I'm lucking for a funny, even hard to manage class. In the past i've played Guardian funniest champ in pvp but boring in PVE Gunslinger funny pve but boring and easy pvp, plus his ultimate fury is hard to manage and is very weak compared with others Elementalist best pve champ have seen, clearing whole Moobs camp with one meteoro, but in pvp she was really weak, casting time too high and fast classes mostly interrump her, shadow for example I need a class that is decent in PvE like gunslinger and funny in PvP, and if it's hard to manage even better, so i can have lot of time to master that class.

Pls dont say me Shadow becouse i have tryed it and shadow is really fun in pvp but his Pve is horrible, PS: i never tryed warden class. And i always thought that bladedancer is opest class in game with huge damage in pve and pvp and high mobility. Tags: None. You're better off with Warden. Not too many Witchblade classes that truly stand out in PvE. Nightstalker could've been one, but her damage has been nerfed to make her slower to kill stuff but she can do it the safest in most scenarios.

As for the one that I had the most fun to play us, I actually had a good time with Slayer. Not exactly better than Bladedancer she can at least be a good party-oriented class with all the buffs she provides , but still As for Hunter classes, Assassin is said to be hard to master in PvP partly because he's a bit underpowered, i think , but actually has pretty decent PvE potential, at least certainly better than Shadow simply because he actually HAS decent ranged skills Wire Web ftw.

Scout is also decent in PVe but probably one of the worst in PvP if your opponent knows what do and you don't have lag on your side. Ranger is the closest to being as good as Gunslinger in PvE. Being nearly exclusvely a ranged class makes it average for PvP regarding matchups, though.

All other Shaman classes are also good picks. Comment Post Cancel. Sincerly i thought that Scout was more OP in pvp. His bully to closed range classes was too hard. And every 3 sec he could send an ability similar to meteoro with big burst. From shaman clases i just love reaper but her defense is very low, i mean, other shamans got mana shield that make tanky lot of shamans.

As i said, i didnt played this game for 2 years about. In my times slayer was the tier 1 in PvP class.

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Each class has a different characteristic. Once you reach an appropriate level, you will be able to change your class to a more specialized one. Once you reach Lv. After your promotion, you gain access to new Elite Skills and the Fury Formation. If you are not in a guild at the time of your promotion, you gain this bonus when you join one. To earn your promotion after you reach Lv. Talk to your Class Trainer in Waterford after you complete the class change quests to receive your promotion.

Changing your class opens up new, more specialized skills. If you are not in a guild at the time of your class change, you gain this bonus when you join one. Your SP automatically reset after you change your class. After you reach Lv. Completing Ultimate Fury Skill quests rewards you with a Legend and your class name changes.

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