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'I was told at the time, “You can kill him off but you have to bring him back quickly. You can’t take too long.” So the funny thing is I originally intended to bring him back in issue #6, but then Tom Brevoort said, “If anybody wants to set something in Weirdworld that would be great.” So I did the two issues in Weirdworld, which ultimately, every single aspect of those two issues and what came after all lead up to the resurrection of Namor: Doctor Spectrum, Hyperion’s vulnerability to magic, Warrior Woman and the country that she’s taken over. All of those were narrative building blocks that were building to the current “Finding Namor” arc. So I always intended to bring Namor back, but it was interesting that his inevitable return of course got delayed, and then you don’t realize that all of a sudden he’s been dead for 10 months.' -- James Robinson

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"When you write a team book and all your characters are running around all at once it can feel like every other team book. So that stuff isn’t very fun to write. When you break the team into smaller groups though you can explore and play with their personalities." -- James Robinson

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Hunger #1

Jun. 21st, 2016 10:12 pm
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"Hunger was always the first leg of this event, and I took that opportunity to showcase just how different the Cosmic side of the Marvel Universe is. It’s something that we haven’t seen in a few years, but its been one of my favorites. What Warren Ellis did in the Galactus Trilogy, or the Gah Lak Tus Trilogy, I should say, and what was going on in the Fantastic Four were some of my favorite comics in the Ultimate Universe, so to get to play with them was great. What we’re teeing up is a very, very angry Galactus setting his sights on the planet that has caused him endless suffering in another universe."

- Joshua Hale Fialkov


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"There's a point where [Namor] sort of crossed over. His decisions in Jonathan Hickman's Avengers books have been so dark, duplicitous, and downright evil at times. Also, quite frankly, he was the guy who pulled the trigger on Doctor Spectrum's world and destroyed it. So there's a need for some kind of retribution." - James Robinson

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"There were so many characters in Hickman’s Avengers story that his Hyperion only had some amount of screen time. A lot of the focus on the character that I was able to get was the one-off special written by Al Ewing." - James Robinson

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"In the last few years Namor has crossed the line from an anti-hero to something a little bit darker. I mean we’ve seen absolutely no remorse whatsoever from him lately." - James Robinson

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