I'm not boycotting, I'm just really not interested in their current lineup. The one character I really liked got sacked, and it left a bad taste in my mouth. I stick around for now on the slim chance something new will come down the pipe that brings Rich back.
It's not a great time to be a Marvel reader, with many of their heroes being killed off or changed around completely. They might not like to use the word reboot, but over the last 5 years, it seems that's exactly what they've been doing.
Hopefully their gamble will pay off for them and bring in enough new fans to offset losing us older fans, because if they change their minds 5-10 years down the pipe, a lot of us will have given up and drifted away.
: Just wondering; it's been close to a year that
: I've bought any comics, and I used to spend
: about $200 a month on comics. Most of my
: displeasure came about due to the
: disappearance of Richard Rider, but there is
: also my disgust of the path the Avengers had
: been taking. Anyway...I have to believe
: that there are a bunch of other comic book
: fans that have felt/feel the same way. So I
: have to ask; doesn't Marvel miss our money?
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