[blockquote]By Valiento:Honestly your anti-marvel bigotry, shouldn't apply since of what ben harper, and pablo hidalgo has said already about marvel, and that article in particuler. especially what you said would make lurdo's comic part of continuity, and well, that would be pretty hard to fit in, especially since it's the only thing inside the issue to have an infinities logo on it, besides the front of the cover.[/blockquote] Several things. One: stop jumping to conclusions. NOWHERE did I mention anything anti-Marvel. The fact that you call it "bigotry" is certainly an indication that you did not read the post carefully and are lashing out defensively with no cause. Additionally, you're tossing about the word "bigot" awfully easily there, I'm not entirely sure it means what you think it means. You have no cause to jump down my throat like you did, and I won't bother treating you as a worthy part of this discussion if you can't moderate your reactions. Two: Obviously, the comic strips intended as humor don't have any place in continuity, any more than the stormtrooper/Vader comic strip in the first issue was part of continuity. If anyone remembers the "Is my Jar Jar Coloring Book Canon?" thread, there are certain things, such as humor strips and children's books, that aren't considered continuity. The fact that the comics strip itself has the Infinities logo on it denotes it as non-continuity; JD Wiker, as you will see in his quote below, is referring only to articles. [blockquote]Umm, you got be kidding, you have to be completly wrong for one fact in issue 3, ben harper had this whole big letter, on how marvel is official, and always been official, just some people working in marvel and del rey chose to ignore it. [/blockquote] If you reread Ben's letter, he says that they did not disavow Marvel, NOT that it has always been official. However, the entireity of the Marvel series is not Official. In fact, currently very little is. Ben mentions that they are "are being integrated into official Star Wars canon." This means that the comics are NOT currently part of continuity, but certain elements are being brought into continuity over time. [blockquote]By JD Wiker, R&D Team Member of Wizards of the Coast: As I recall, it was just the Starhoppers article that was considered an Infinities article. I actually asked Mike Mikaelian [the new editor for Star Wars Gamer] this same question, and he told me that the article itself was supposed to have the Infinities logo. We're going to try to identify those in future.[/blockquote] The above is the response to the letter I sent to my contact, who works at WotC. If anyone would know, the authors surely would. [blockquote]More by Valiento: So honestly I don't trust your sources exactly. Just have to wait and see. [/blockquote] What sources do you trust, then? I think you are believing what you WANT to believe, not what is. Personally, I like some elements of the Marvel series and want to see them integrated, but for the most part I don't care either way. There is no bias here; in fact, since I like some elements of the Marvel series, I'm probably more pro-Marvel than not. Since there is no search function on these accursed boards, I can't go back and read Pablo Hidalgo's post. I would like to, so if anyone can point me to it I'd be pleased. However, I doubt Mr. Hidalgo will be calling down the fire and brimstone because his article was made non-continuity. Why was it done so? Ask LucasFilm. They're the ones in charge of it. However, as it stands now the article itself is Infinities, as is the Lurdo comic strip, but the rest of the issue is Official continuity as it can be applied. I have proof, as stated above. If you care to provide a counter-argument with more proof than "no that can't be right" I'll be happy to continue the discussion civilly.