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The strict split between 'Classic' and 'Modern'

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1 hour ago, batson said:

Just think if the characters in Marvel comics shifted between dimensions whenever their artsyle changed...

I mean there's like dozens of distinct versions of just about every superhero of note, isn't there?

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2 minutes ago, Diogenes said:

I mean there's like dozens of distinct versions of just about every superhero of note, isn't there?

Yes, but the MAIN Marvel universe remains the same even though it has been presented in about a billion different artstyles and has had tonal shifts that makes the Sonic series look consistent by comparasion.

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6 minutes ago, Conquering Storm's Servant said:

What exactly would be considered the main Marvel Universe at this point tho...?

At this point, most people are more familiar with the Cinematic Universe than their original comic setting.

616 is still the main universe and the primary setting of the comics with the MCU's popularity not being able to translate over the comics successfully despite their attempts to do so.

In the case of Sonic the split between art styles and tones giving rise to a splitting of the franchise's parts is rather easy to see since that very split occurred in the fanbase first. That it took until Generations for that split to really become mainstream is almost more surprising with how vocal this fanbase is.

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