Punchy wrote:This makes sense.
Thor: God Of Thunder
X-Men: Battle Of The Atom
All of these titles feature, or are about to feature time-travel elements in their story. As long as this doesn't end up in a New 52 situation for continuity, then it could be very interesting.
Left out Captain Ameica since his interdimensional travels have to have some blip of time in the "real" world. And no it really doesn't do anything for the books that have already had time travel since well, they are for the most part enjoyable and good and have all had time travel independent of Wolverine Age of Ultronning. Now if this series weren't poorly thought out and executed incredibly late this could have been a decent way to introduce the All New X-men and the other time traveling issues. Now this could be the back door for Spiderman 2099 to fall in but really that book is already broken beyond relevance. Now if this gives us another universe reset hard or soft it would be pretty upsetting since I'm someone the NOW campaign has actually worked on and am reading more Marvel books than I ever have before and am even going back and reading runs leading up to NOW.
But out of the selections I read on your list, time travel is happening by "reasonable" means that don't include time being broken and different. If anything Beast broke time and that's what Battle of the Atom will have to deal with not Ultron kabonging shit.
All-New X-Men-Beast uses a time machine
Thor: God Of Thunder- Happening at different times, being pulled out time by a god butcher who is using time traveling mythological elements with the Gods of time? It's been a while since I read that issue
Indestructible Hulk-Thinking they're just teleporting but, they teleport and time travel.
Uncanny Avengers- Kang who is a time traveler.