Hey there! How are you? I was wondering if you could help me out a bit. I've been reading both Young Avengers and Runaways comics recently, and I'm having trouble placing the comics in chronological order. I have figured out how almost all of them fit in, except for the Civil War: Young Avengers and Runaways.
According to the article for the first issue of Civil War: Young Avengers and Runaways, "This issue takes place after Runaways Vol 2 #18", whereas the article for the fourth and final issue of Civil War: YA and R, has #Runaways Vol 2 #22 (Story)" as Next Issue in its infobox.
I was wondering if this may be a mistake, and that all four issues of the Civil War crossover take place between issues 18 and 19 of Runaways Vol 2, or if they are supposed to run at the same time as issues 19, 20 and 21?
Unfortunately, I can't really give an opinion on this matter as I haven't read Runaways.
The article for the first issue of the Civil War mini-series lists Runaways #21, so it would seem the mini-series takes place between #21 and #22.
I think it's possible the note regarding #18 simply means the mini-series takes place chronologically after #18, but not necessarily right after #18. Maybe there was some important development in issue #18 that warrants being noted in the notes section of the mini's first issue, like Chase Stein leaving and Yorke's death?
While I have your attention, I just did my first picture. It came out twice. I did it wrong I guess, but no idea how. I followed the instructions (I think).
The Heartbreak Hotel from Beauty and the Beast Vol 1 1
So the 2 I did of characters where done right then? Ivich Williamson (e-616) and Jon Morse (e-616). I do NOT want to do it wrong here. Over at DC I did it wrong and they weren't nice about it. They weren't mean, but it was like being in sent to my room.
Hey ADour, so I'm having a little issue with some characters appearances in the games, in Avengers Academy some characters are part of various teams, I added for examples Heroes for Hire to the Featured teams page with Luke, and Danny as it's members, but later in the story Fury asked Luke to create the New Avengers, so now the Heroes for Hire team is still their team, but has no members in the game article unless you go to the actual page, is that an issue? or it's fine like that?
If its confusing, you can look at the page, and see the list, I also add a problem with Code Red, Elektra formed the team, and the team was disbanded after one mission, so I put the team in other characters, when it probably shouldn't have been there.
That was kind of a problem with Marvel: Avengers Alliance too, and I don't really know how to "fix" it. I just tried to balance the amount of characters displayed under each team. For example, while Wolverine was an Avenger, I listed him under X-Men because he's more recognizable as an X-Man.
Yeah, I was wondering if a team section could be added maybe, but I'm not sure that would work out either. With Luke it's a problem because the Heroes for Hire, its him, and Danny, and he is the leader of the New Avengers, so he has to be on both teams, I might just put Heroes for Hire as members of the New Avengers.
I had the same problem with Team Cap, and Team Iron man, because they formed the teams, and disbanded them when the event ended, I did the same as what I did with Code Red, but it doesn't feel right.
I have a little doubt regarding the names of characters across different realities. I know that a character in an alternate reality is assumed to have the same name than his 616 counterpart if it's not given during his appearance.
However, would it work the other way around? If a character is not given a full name in the 616 continuity, but it is in another reality, would it be assumed to be that name?
Hey ADour, I want your opinion on something, this week X-Position on CBR.com was about X-Men '92, I asked them a X-Men 2099 of what reality they were from, and basically they said they are from the '92 universe future, so should we just give them the same universe designation as the characters from the present?
I meant the X-Men '92 universe, they went to two different futures, the 3992, and then they traveled to 2099, the questions seems to indicate it's the future of Earth-92131, the "present universe" of the series.
Basically the chapters starts, and they are on Earth-92131, then they travel to Cable's reality, and then to 2099.
I guess so, Annabell seems to also agree with you, maybe I'm reading it wrong, and them saying it's the '92 version means it's their version, but still an alternate, I didn't have much to add to the pages for now anyway, so no worries.