ACC is harder to crack then Fear Itself, for me at least, because as I said I don't read Avengers or FF much. But still here are my explanations why I think that ACC should move down to just before Fear Itself. I'm not a believer of the fact that Human Torch was alive in Children's Crusade.
Is there no space between the last issues of Fantastic Four #587-588 and FF #1? I thought there was some space or at least the Fear Itself crossover...Jason Doty wrote:Doom joins the FF after Children's Crusade. That happens right after the death of the Human Torch.
Who is in the last issue of Fear Itself? Doom? Not in my Fear Itself issuesJason Doty wrote:He appears in the last issue of Fear Itself having already joined.
The Human Torch appears in Daken #3 and #4. Empire Act 1 (part of Wolverine goes to Hell) and Empire Act 2 (not part of). This is supposed to be before his "death". I don't understand the small window.Jason Doty wrote:"Three" the Death of the Torch is a small window between Daken and X-23 issues which spin out of Wolverine goes to hell.
Ok I know that it is stated in the Annuals that it takes before Fear Itself, but the same goes for ACC, there it is stated that it happened after Fear Itself. One of the two is incorrect, I presume. Taking into the account the aggressive behavior of Wonder Man towards the Avengers in the Annuals + his disappearance at the end of Avengers Annual. And also his willingness to cooperate with the Avengers in ACC. I would say first ACC and later the Annuals. Best is to place them after Fear Itself, because that then also explains the absence of Thor in ACC.Jason Doty wrote:The Avengers Annuals have to take place before Fear itself and from the description by (Spider-Man) they take place before Children's Crusade because nobody knows the Scarlet Witch is back.
The three arcs have to stay together indeed. The Lights don't appear in Curse of the Mutants. It's a bit unbelievable to have the Curse of the Mutants, Chaos War and Children's Crusade before Cyclops goes looking for the Lights. The discovery of new mutants is happening at the end of Second Coming. What reason do you have to move this so far down in the timeline?Jason Doty wrote:Why do we have to move those stories up? Those three arcs stay together for the reasons you explained earlier. If we have to, I'll adjust. Are the Lights in Curse of the Mutants? I can't remember right off the top of my head or is that story mentioned in the issues you want me to move?
I also have faith in reaching a point where we can place ACC