>Marvel will NEVER EVER be respected by real comic fans again
>Who the fuck they think they're appealing to with a *Chan specific meme?
Presumably one of the millions of people that go to a chan.
It's a fucking incentive variant, they're only going to make like 20 of them anyways.
This is what got me as well. For this to exist, someone would have to be trying to market to 4chan, I would think. But then it would be weird to try to market to 4chan and not visit it to see which comics were better revieved... But they put it on the book written by Hopeless, starring the X-Men from the past and X-23 acting normal.
Nah I think it's someone who saw the "check em" picture out of context, like on reddit or imgur or whatever and thought "this is one of those meme things!" and brainlessly repeated it.
> selling a user base's jokes back to them with a Disney Mascot slapped on it.
what about instead of putting memes on a cover, making a comic about memes?
Why a variant cover for a random issue?
Isn't flooding the market with "collectible" issues the sort of thing that helped cause the market crash a few decades ago?
Cause it's "meme variant month". Most Marvel comics out that month will have a Deadpool meme variant.
>Isn't flooding the market with "collectible" issues the sort of thing that helped cause the market crash a few decades ago?
Variants were the only thing that stuck around, lrn2comic history
No. Of course not. Now buy stock in Bear Sterns and Lehman Bros. They're too big to fail!
Marvel Comics give you cancer even in digital form. The only reason they don't come with health warnings like cigs is that the Marvel logo should be enough to deter everyone who doesn't want to get cancer.