Much like with Katana, Fearless Defenders was a lone offering from one of the Big Two superhero publishers that I bought with any regularity. And now it's cancelled. To be honest, I didn't like it quite as much as I did Katana, but Fearless Defenders featured a character for whom my dedication is true. Dani Moonstar. I usually follow creators or series rather than single characters, but Dani Moonstar was my Marvel Cass Cain. She's one of those characters I will buy stories in which she appears even if they stink. She and I just kind of hit it off when I read Marvel Graphic Novel #4 The New Mutants the year it came out and in The New Mutants regular series. She was my "in," the character I identified the most with and one I tend to write a lot about when I'm doing the comic book fan blog thing.
And Fearless Defenders certainly did not stink. While I could never match the love its hardcore fans hold for it (I'm pretty sure I'm the only person who loved Katana; a fandom of one!), it does bum me out we won't have new issues.
I need new Dani Moonstar adventures, but I'm not too worried about her future. Unlike DC, Marvel tends to keep its characters around. They may not appear in a book for a while-- they may even be killed at some point-- but you can rest assured they will come back at some point and if you ask about them at conventions, editors won't treat you as if you'd just murdered a puppy in front of them. Dani Moonstar is, if anything, a survivor. She's survived all kinds of crazy codename and power changes, lost her powers, gone from one team to another, emerged unscathed from the bitter ending of multiple titles and even has her own (albeit hideous) plastic action figure now.