As Marvel continues to expand on the...uh...success(?) of their...uh...brilliant (?) "Point One" initiative...
...it's come to my attention that we now need to lay down a few laws about their use.
If the title already has a decimal point in it, you cannot have a point one issue.
Can you imagine going up to the counter of your local comics shoppe and having to ask for "Iron Man Two Point Oh Seven Point One??" That's just embarrassing, although I'm sure it would lead to many a "Who's On First" routines.
Your call, Marvel...change the title of the magazine to something reasonable, or no Point One issue.
If you're only six issues in, yet you need to offer a "perfect jumping on point" to your comic, you're doing something wrong. So the new rule:
No Point One issue if your comics' regular number is lower than 24,
I know, I know, what are the odds of that, when every comic is rebooting its numbering as fast as a Wall Street firm shredding its records. Still, we can hope, right?
Any more suggestions?