2099 chronology

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Post by michaelyuri » Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:14 pm

Starman wrote:Is the Spider-Man from SMTNN:MSM 1 really the same guy? In SMTNN:MSM 1 he claims to be the Spider-Man from the year 2500.
It's definitely the same guy. The 2500 line was just a joke: Peter says "I don't believe this! Spider-Man 2099 . . . 2211 . . ." and the new future Spider-Man quips "When it reaches 2500, Sell!" He's not actually saying he's from the year 2500.

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Post by Starman » Sat Mar 15, 2008 4:03 pm

michaelyuri wrote:
Starman wrote:Is the Spider-Man from SMTNN:MSM 1 really the same guy? In SMTNN:MSM 1 he claims to be the Spider-Man from the year 2500.
It's definitely the same guy. The 2500 line was just a joke: Peter says "I don't believe this! Spider-Man 2099 . . . 2211 . . ." and the new future Spider-Man quips "When it reaches 2500, Sell!" He's not actually saying he's from the year 2500.
Oh, then it seems like the translator took some liberties when translating to Swedish in my Swedish reprint... Damn translator... :hmmm:
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Re: 2099 chronology

Post by Somebody » Sat Mar 15, 2008 6:34 pm

I thought the codes were going to be fixed to change TNN to 2099 (and XMTNN, specifically, to X2099)

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Post by Russ Chappell » Sat Mar 15, 2008 9:52 pm

Wouldn't that be the code for X-Men, volume two-thousand ninety-nine? :outtahere:


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Re: 2099 chronology

Post by Col_Fury » Sat Mar 15, 2008 11:50 pm

:lol:
I think we're safe in that volumes shouldn't get THAT high, and that the average visitor would be able to tell the difference.

On the other hand, Ghost Rider & the Punisher seem to get rebooted with new volumes every few years lately...
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Re: 2099 chronology

Post by michaelyuri » Sun Mar 16, 2008 4:12 pm

Somebody wrote:I thought the codes were going to be fixed to change TNN to 2099 (and XMTNN, specifically, to X2099)
That seemed to be the consensus above, but I didn't want to waste time changing everything in this thread unless Russ weighed in, since I figure that he will make the final call on codes when the books eventually make it into the MCP.
Administrator wrote:Wouldn't that be the code for X-Men, volume two-thousand ninety-nine? :outtahere:
To be honest, that's the reason I decided to use the "TNN" abbreviation in the first place. Although, I suppose the precedent has already been set with X51.
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