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You do realize that in quoting that, you prove my point that Marvel has done the same kinds of publicity and engagement for this series that you said they weren't as a sign of non-support, and that Bendis is right for saying, "It shouldn't be as simple as Wolverine sanctioning someone. There should be more to it than that, because we already know Wolverine would kill Hank Pym if he thought it was OK."
That's the whole concept of writing, isn't it? Taking what we already know would happen and adding layers to it to provide context and conflict and growth?
It's great that Susan Richards made a freaking choice, instead of letting Reed or Tony Stark or Captain America tell her what to do and that everything will be just fine if she does what's she's told, on their mark!
They really haven't given it the same push at all. These interviews and features are being given a lot less trumpetfare than they have in the past. There's no urgency by the websites to get these up, and both Marvel and the creative teams involved have been a lot less chipper to push these interviews on their Twitter feeds. I mean, have you seen any big rundown or conversation about Age of Ultron #8 on any front page of any comic book site? Now you're engaging in Herald level tactics by being deliberately obtuse (see, I can throw around casual insults because I disagree with you too!).