Talk:Arcade (Marvel Comics)
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Do we have a source to cite?
"he has done battle with more superheroes from more franchises than any other comic book villain" More than Doctor Doom, for example, then? I'm not claiming this is untrue, but Arcade isn't the first character I'd think of in this context. Do we have a source? --Mrph 18:05, 19 September 2006 (UTC)
"Arcade became one of the most popular villains in the Marvel Comics universe"
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Is there any evidence that the Spidey-Captain Britain story was designed to appear in SMCB first, as this article suggests? I find this a little difficult to believe - I mean, where were the story breaks? Why would Chris Claremont and John Byrne do that in the middle of their run on Marvel Team-Up? I suppose the author of this article might be assuming things based on cover dates, but given that the US cover dates would often indicate the month the comic was to be taken off the racks as opposed to the month they're put on them (look at the indicia of any given comic and think about when you bought it), I would assume the MTU issues came out at about the same time. It just seems strange to describe Marvel Team-Up #65 as a "reprint" of something that was designed specifically to see print in that issue! MultipleTom (talk) 18:42, 16 June 2009 (UTC)
At that time, Marvel UK was reprinting US stories, not the other way around. Without reference this statement needs to be removed. Actually, much of this article is fannish opinions without citations.188.8.131.52 (talk) 01:51, 30 October 2009 (UTC)