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That's right, twenty tomorrow, twenty Saturday and twenty Sunday as I decided to fast track it instead.

Also, I'll be working on the DC/Marvel news tomorrow before resuming the Collages.
I hate it when people say that a return of the Spider-Marriage will never happen at all. It's not happening now, but not never at all because they don't know what the future holds for Spidey. I don't want him to be single forever and those hacks at Marvel who undid their marriage should realise in the first place that it's never a good thing to say that it will never happen.

One More Day tried to destroy the strong Peter/MJ fanbase and it failed to the point that said fanbase has grown stronger than ever. I've had enough of that anti-marriage crap and seriously, people praise Dan Slott for his run, yet ignoring his online behaviour, especially his tweets.

This is why One More Day is considered to be one of the WORST comic book storylines of all time and Linkara is right. Joe Quesada is a hack. He may have helped Marvel to recover from their financial struggles but he still is a divisive person. Saying it will never happen is when the bubble bursts and because of OMD, fans who gave up have turned to either the newspaper strips, Spider-Girl and more recently, Renew Your Vows. OMD is one big mistake that Marvel should've regretted in the first place. It is and will always be a big mistake that they've made.

Yes, the guys behind it (Quesada, Alonso and Brevoort) are still in power but not forever. Restoring the marriage is not happening now, not ever. If someone else takes over Marvel from those hacks Quesada, Alonso and Brevoort, then I'd like to see the marriage restored. Restoring the marriage can work since DC managed to restore the marriage of Superman and Lois Lane by killing off post-Flashpoint Superman but those hacks are being too stubborn to do so and feel that Spider-Man is better off unmarried, when that only worked before he got married. To them, it's not just BND but it's also events before The Wedding.

BND could've worked even with the marriage not undone. So what those three are saying is that we need to get over OMD and accept that Peter is single and that chances of the marriage is slim to none? We can't move on from that atrocity because it will always be one and will always remembered as the horrible story that Peter sold his marriage to Mephisto in order to save his aunt's life. Aunt May's role in the comics is no longer needed, especially that fans felt that her now-retconned death in ASM 400 was the best way to write her out before The Final Chapter revealed her to be someone disguised as her and that May was revealed to be alive and well, which raised a lot of questions as to how did she get replaced by an impostor.

Those guys may consider OMD a good thing but they'll never live it down for undoing the marriage by the deal with Mephisto in the first place and that is it.

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Come to think it after reading Anicomicgeek's rebuttal to the CBR article on why the film was good and that though I gave a positive review of it, Superman Returns wasn't all that great as I thought it was because in hindsight, the Superman franchise had moved past the Donnerverse films and it tried to regressed the franchise back when it was from 1978 to 1980 as Superman: The Animated Series and Smallville moved away from the Donnerverse feel.

Though I did enjoy Brandon Routh's performance as the Man of Steel along with Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor (I prefer his or Michael Rosenbaum's take over Jesse Eisenberg's take on the villain, who still is one of the worst parts about BVS) and John Ottman's score, I felt the film was plagued by the unneeded love triangle and lack of chemistry between Routh and Kate Bosworth (in hindsight, wasn't a great choice to play Lois) and the Jesus allegory is at its worst than the 1978 film, which still considered to be one of the best superhero films and responsible for starting the superhero genre.

Returns would've been better as a reboot than a alternate sequel, given the modern setting in addition to having John Byrne's Man of Steel as its basis, though I'm aware that the miniseries had the Donnerverse as a major influence but it could've served as a potential basis for a Superman film or Mark Waid's Birthright.

It is coincidental this was well recieved by critics but a flop and that Man of Steel was met with divisive response from critics but had a successful box office gross.

Just to let you know that Superman having a son in the film actually originated before in the Silver Age comics that served as the precursor to Elseworlds in addition to that aspect appearing in one of the unused ideas for the fifth Superman film (Superman V, Superman Reborn, Superman Lives, Superman: The New Movie and Superman: Flyby) that became this and nearly a decade after this, pre-Flashpoint Superman would become a father during Convergence and his son Jon is currently Superboy in the post-Flashpoint/Rebirth continuity.

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Because I felt that it was more of a permanent placeholder than a working title.
After pic 120 is posted next Tuesday, I'll be focusing on recreating the following seven 100 Greatest Album Covers pics along with two new ones and a revised version of 100 Episodes and 13 Left to include all 113 pics.

Plus pics 121-144 are my dream teams for the Justice League and Avengers in addition to that it will be done during May. Same with the one mentioned above.

DC/Marvel nws from today and yesterday will be done either tomorrow or Friday.
I may be doing a Dragon Ball related Power Rangers pic because of that over 9000 meme.

Watch this step and requests resume during May, likely in the third week.
Like I did today, DC/Marvel news journal entries from tomorrow will intentionally be blank until Thursday.

But here's a tease: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 reviews are in, Avengers 4 title is a spoiler, Powerless removed from NBC schedule and the big news: Young Justice season three title is Outsiders in addition to the live action Titans TV show back on as part of DC's new streaming service.
Sorry guys but Kathleen Kennedy has confirmed that there are no plans for the unaltered version of Star Wars Episode IV-VI.

Though in a sketch for Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Deadline has reported that film and TV writers have overwhelmingly given their support to the WGA strike action with a huge 96.3% of the 6,310 writers who cast ballots approving the action, meaning that it will be the first writer's strike since the 100-day 2007-08 strike, if the deal between the WGA and AMPTP fails this week, which would lead to them beginning to strike on May 1 midnight. It can still be averted.

Several of your favourite shows may be affected because of this and be aware of the delays.

Here's the official announcement: 
“We thank you for your resolve and your faith in us as your representatives. We are determined to achieve a fair contract. Talks will resume tomorrow.”

Now, here's an announcement from AMPTP: "
The Companies are committed to reaching a deal at the bargaining table that keeps the industry working. The 2007 Writers Strike hurt everyone. Writers lost more than $287 million in compensation that was never recovered, deals were cancelled, and many writers took out strike loans to make ends meet. We remain focused on our objective of reaching a deal with the WGA at the bargaining table when the Guild returns on April 25th."
Alfonso Ribeiro said in an interview with Digital Spy that he almost got the Other Darrin treatment from NBC after the pilot for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

Ribeiro, who is best known for playing fan-favourite Carlton Banks, said: "I auditioned for the character, and got the role – then, after we did the pilot, he [referring to then-incoming NBC president Warren Littlefield, who took over the position after Brandon Tarikoff, best known for revitalising the network in the Eighties, departed] decided that my character should be recast," Ribeiro recalled. "So there was a moment where essentially I was hired and rehired – you may look at it that way!

"There was a large chance that the Carlton character would have been played by somebody else. But luckily enough, the decision was made to continue to have me do it – and I guess the rest is history."

If it weren't for him, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air wouldn't be the same with Carlton played by a different actor.

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Yep, the collage pics for Justice League dream teams and Avengers dream teams will be done in May (originally at a later date - JL/Avengers dream teams coming soon). Rosters to be revealed soon and like Titans and X-Men, they will comprise of twelve teams each with journal entries for every team.

Justice League teams confirmed: Justice League, Justice League of America, Justice Society and Justice League International
Avengers teams confirmed: Avengers, Uncanny Avengers, New Avengers and West Coast Avengers

Leaguers confirmed: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Zatanna and Batwoman
Avengers confirmed: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Tigra and Captain Marvel
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