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superboyprime ([personal profile] superboyprime) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2011-10-15 05:43

Rob Liefeld: He will never ever ever go away



"Fans who have fallen away from the moronic depiction of Deadpool that has been presented of late will find Bloodstrike more their liking. This is modern, rogue, mercenary action-adventure. Tons of great concepts, as well. Tim Seeley put his Grant Morrison hat on and has some great big ideas." -- Rob Liefeld

Liefeld has announced that he's restarting Extreme Studios and relaunching a bunch of his old characters in new titles. First he'll be turning into comics those unpublished Alan Moore scripts for Supreme and Youngblood that he's been sitting on all these years. After that he'll be moving onto new material. "Youngblood" will be by one of the screenwriters for the Aranofsky flick "Black Swan." More here.

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[personal profile] his_spiffynesss 2011-10-15 17:15 (UTC)(link)
Why is Cable wearing Deadpool's mask?
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[personal profile] salinea 2011-10-15 17:21 (UTC)(link)
You know how it is, wild night of post twice dead & resurrected making up sex, then your boyfriend steals your clothe in the morning and it's either using his or the Marvel Girl uniform in his closet.
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[personal profile] icon_uk 2011-10-15 18:00 (UTC)(link)
And given that Marvel Girl is (effectively) his MOTHER...
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[personal profile] salinea 2011-10-15 18:10 (UTC)(link)
well, she's the "original" (is there a better word for someone whose someone is a clone of?) of his mother, so arguably that could make her his grandmother or his aunt by Beta colony law.
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[personal profile] icon_uk 2011-10-15 19:10 (UTC)(link)
He was also partly raised by "Redd and Slim", who were Jean and Scott transplanted through time into new bodies so it gets even MORE confusing.
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[personal profile] salinea 2011-10-15 19:33 (UTC)(link)
Not to mention Rachel's involvement either.

Well the trope used to be called Summer Family Tree for a reason.