There is an editor note relating this issue to 616, this is just a series set in the past, this work has been done for years, and was supposed to have been released years ago, Marvel was contacted by Genndy Tartakovsky to see if they still wanted to publish it, and they did.
Black Swan mentions in New Avengers Vol 3 12 that the Builders are spread out in different realities, so I'm wondering if that means that Builders and other races associated with them (Abyss, Alephs, Caretakers, Curators, and Gardeners) are a race of the multiverse like the Beyonders, Multi-Angled Ones, or Spider-Totems (and also their connection to the Superflow)?
I believe the Builders aare spread out in different realities in the same way there's an alternate reality version of any given race in an alternate universe. The Beyondes and Many-Angled Ones exist outside of the Multiverse, the Builders do not.
Thank you for clearing that up the way it was explained confused me a bit, I've also noticed that other races like the Scatter, Skrull Mutants, Zombies, and Homo Superior also listed on the Multiverse category page, even though they exist in alternate realities and are not beings of the Multiverse of themselves (like the Beyonders and other races we've mentioned).
Also the Neo-Men page has a "Candidate for Deletion" tag on it since its considered an unofficial name for the race, but I mentioned on the discussion page that OHOTMU A-Z Vol 10 entry for the Savage Land lists them as Neo-Men and Ka-Zar of the Savage Land 1997 as their first appearance. Didn't want to get off topic just thought I mention it before the page gets deleted.
Good morning. I'm new here and I made a mistake right now, I have edited to 'File:Captain Planet and the Planeteers Vol 1 4.jpg' with another picture, I upload a picture of me no about the Captain Planet. How can I fix my mistake? Thanks for your time and apologize.
I can't quite remember, but I heard something about some comics basically being some episodes but in comic form. Weird thing I did find was that one sites like marvel.com, they don't even list issues #13-18.
In that case, I belive it could be brought up to dicussion to change the designation for the stories set in those comics. I say this because it was an admin who had decided to include adaptations of classic stories in the Ideaverse and not simply those who appeared in Deadpool: Killustrated.