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` Outhouse staffers rejoiced a few weeks ago when Marvel announced the end of Wolverine and the X-Men, a book that singlehandedly brought the X-Men franchise to its knees with mediocre humor, nonsensical stupid plotlines and a undercurrent of hypocrisy that would make the Republican Party proud. Of course, like every book Marvel cancels nowadays, it’s back, and it looks to be as crappy as ever.
` Game of Thrones (the tv show) can sometimes be as different from A Song of Ice and Fire (the book series) as it is similar. Characters that are alive in the books are dead on the show and vice versa, some characters from the books have been combined into one in the show, some story lines have been left out entirely, etc. There will always be a need to make changes when prose is brought to life on the screen due to budget, time, and even creative differences…