>>86846735>>86846751>Every month, have an Avengers teamup for something big, but not a huge event.
Every standard comic is monthly, this makes no fucking sense. So, what, is every Avengers issue just random unconnected bullshit with random heroes fighting a one-and-done villain?>The roster should be decided based on who didn't sell so well or didn't get a comic that month
Again, you have no idea what you're talking about. Who does and doesn't get a book is planned out ahead of time, it's not like every character just gets a random book every week. And putting a character on a popular team-book won't boost their sales, as proven by Squadron Supreme and Guardians of the Galaxy.>Keep the year ambiguous
This is also stupid. If you're willing to have superscience bullshit like synthezoids and the Ultimate Nullifier, you shouldn't ban anyone from mentioning smartphones or whatever movie just came out.>Bring back the X-Men and Fantastic Four and their classic personalities
X-Men can't tell people racism is bad for 50 fucking years, and there's nothing left for the FF to explore besides alternate realities (which has been done to death in almost every comic ever). If people still cared about space exploration sci-fi, Star Trek would be more then a shitty movie franchise today.>Stop being ashamed to be a comic book. Go all out with the ridiculousness, but take it seriously in-universe.
You can have the X-Men fight dinosaurs on a tropical island inside Antarctica, sure, but you can't have Daredevil trying to stop Kingpin's ghost army. That's fucking stupid. Not every character can operate on the same level disbelief.>Get rid of Miles, Kamala, Sam Alexander, Gwenpool
Ms. Marvel and Gwenpool are actually one of the few books in the current line up that isn't either boring or complete trash.>tl;dr
Most of these ideas are retarded and you have no idea what you're talking about. You can jerk off to the status quo of yesteryear all you want but it won't make good comics.