Though the main Marvel universe may seem dark, these alternate timelines are certainly much worse. They haunt over the heroes as what could be.
J. Richland Anderson
J. enjoys reading and writing comic books during his free time and truly has a passion for superheroes. As someone who considers himself to be incredibly nerdy, J. enjoys DC, Marvel and independent titles equally. His favorite characters are Batman, Swamp Thing, Blue Beetle, Spider-Man, and the X-Men.
Articles by J. Richland Anderson
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