This is <a href="https://www.cbr.com/tag/never-gonna-be-the-same-again/">"Never Gonna Be the Same Again,"</a> a feature where I look at how bold, seemingly "permanent" changes were ultimately reversed. This is not a criticism, mind you, as obviously things are always going to eventually return to "normal." That's just how superhero comic books work. It's just fun to see how some of these rather major changes are reversed. This is differentiated from <a href="https://www.cbr.com/tag/abandoned-love/" target="_blank">"Abandoned Love,"</a> which is when a new writer comes in and drops the plot of the previous writer. Here, we're talking about the writer who came up with the idea being the same one who resolved the change. This is also differentiated from <a href="https://www.cbr.com/tag/death-is-not-the-end/" target="_blank">"Death is Not the End,"</a> which is about how "dead" characters came back to life, since this is about stuff other than death.

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Posted on Apr 14, 2019 - 7 days 7 hours ago   from Comic Book Resources


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