What i mean is, is there any big crossover event in marvel or dc that still has repercussions to today?Superman is still alive, Onslaught meant absolutely nothing, etc, etc. I mean, after the end of civil war, probably the most disappointing crossover in marvel's history imo, i begin to wonder, how long will it be until none of civil war happened? or it happened but it just doesn't matter.
For example, whatever happened in House of M is still affecting them till now, after two years, was it? Or something like that. But they can change stuff like, have Wanda bring back the mutant gene in people, if she can. But they can't reverse what happened, or say it never happened.
Also, same goes for Age of Apocalypse. Even if that universe isn't shown anymore, the people who cam from it are still around. Like the good Sabretooth, Blink, etc.
So yeah. I think stuff will stay permanent, and it will have happened in the future comics, but stories can change keep adding or changing things hat occured.
Erm. I don't think I'm making sense, and I don't know how to explian. But yeah. >.>
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Yes and no. The REALLY big events tend to go away in time. Sure House of M and Civil War will probably be around for a while, but once Joe Q is gone, they'll go away, or they'll tell all the good stories they can and reverse it. So if you're happy with recent events then enjoy them! If you know that they sucked it'll eventually go away, if you want to wait long enough.[br]Posted on: March 01, 2007, 04:03:25 PM_________________________________________________The latest "permanent" happening in comics is MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR CAPTAIN AMERICA #25