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  • Zelos797
    Zelos797 commented on the comic, Avengers: Endless Wartime HC
    Avengers: Endless Wartime HC

    Man, what a dissapointment. First time Ellis failed in any way, as far as I can see. The overall themes of eternal war and conflict inherent to hero's and soldier's lifes is good but is executed in a very drab and cynical way. The dialogue between the avengers crosses from snarky to plain mean spirited. The art is dry, inexpressive, stale and terrible at storytelling when push comes to shove with...

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    • Hermatt

      I didn't mind this. It wasn't his best. Gotta agree with his astonishing xmen it was bad. I wasn't a fan of the Ultimate iron man runs he did either. 

  • Zelos797
    Zelos797 commented on the comic, The X-Men #101
    The X-Men #101

    Trying to get into Claremont's X-men. Thus far some real good characterisation and art but somewhat poorly aged and overlyelaborate writing even for it's time. I just wanted to ask you people's opinions on his entire run as well as High and maybe Low lights of it. 

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    • gregroyj42

      Rift that is very well put.  Use Days of Future Past and Dark Phoenix as an example they are seminal stories and set a bar for stories to try to reach but can be really hard to read at times and may have great ideas but aren't as FUN to read imo.

  • Zelos797
    Zelos797 commented on the comic, Superman: Up In The Sky HC
    Superman: Up In The Sky HC

    Wow, more people need to talk about this. Due to Heroes in Crisis this thing flew under the radar of Tom King's last years works. But damn if it isn't some of the best superman comics in a while, if not ever.

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    • Zelos797

      Yeah and it worked well. Batman Universe by Bendis also seems pretty cool. 

  • Zelos797
    Zelos797 commented on the comic, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #23
    The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #23

    Why does everyone in this book look like they have Down Syndrome? 

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    • Steiner
      in latin america and spain the big publishers that license marvel prefer to publish well known characters and old stories, in Mexico and Brasil captain marvel and squirrel girl haven't been published, Ms marvel is being published but without variant covers (unlike well known titles like spider-man with at least 3 covers), in spain they published those titles in bundles and not in single issues like they normally do, so I don't think there is a huge market for them outside US ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 
  • Zelos797

    I am reading Slott's Spider-Man and it has taken a really downhill turn after Superior. Please, someone tell me, do I have anything to look forward to? The Spider-Verse felt so underwhelming, badly executed and drab. Does it get better?

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    • Jeffbrandie

      I was onboard with Peter being in charge of a global tech industry.  It seemed a long time coming.  The execution of him being a CEO of a global tech company, not so good.

      It feels like the character is lost most of the time and the stories haven't been great.  Now that Otto is back, it is getting even more jumbled.

      Maybe they need to have Peter step down from CEO and just be the owner of PI?  That way all the tech is still there, but none of the other crap that goes with him being in charge?  Similar to what Tony Stark has done the the MCU.

      Being a superhero and a CEO just doesn't seem to work. There just wouldn't be enough time in the day for both IMO.

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