You can put me down as a Sony Fanboy if you want(Which lets be frank here, I am) But I do so love to play every consoles games.
Also I love Spider-Man, like a lot, like it's my favorite thing ever so.....yeah.
People have been wallpapering wrong while I’m not around.
Season two actually did a pretty great adaptation of Secret Invasion, n the back half the MOA and Loeb influence became heavily apparent and suddenly every episode had to be a one and done affair.
The best was when they flash backed to an event that “took place” during the EMH timeline and used the character designs and animation style, just for the flashback.
Oh but don’t worry, it’s in the same continuity as Avengers Assemble.
So you can know everything that was done well is being steadily ruined in universe.
I just read the reprint of the Star Lord: Annihilation Conquest series and in it Groot speaks in full sentences
I presume in it’s universe cats chase dogs and north is south.
Can’t end a grocery store stable of such magnitude.
This comic is still the worst kind of weird.
Pichelli’s art has been the consistent high point of Guardians of the Galaxy but the actual issues have been uneven, some being great and some just being awful and over bloated.
She Betrayed the Ultimates and killed Jarvis in Ultimates 2, but since then Monica Chang was going by her codename.
The issue was disappointingly mediocre and I hope it gets better, continue to hope for the best for Ultimate FF and expect Bendis to continue his quality with Spider-Man
Wait, let me, hold on….yeah….yeah I thought so.
Yeah I still like comics books.
I read Mark Waids Daredevil run because I got it as a gift, and it was phenomenal, probably the best interpretation of Hornhead ever put to page.
I also read basically everything else Marvel puts out but enjoyed Ghost Rider and Superior the most out of this week, even if Ghost Riders art is WAY too cartoony for it’s overall feeling(Looking straight out of Saturday morning and a story about a guy trying to escape East L.A with his handicapped brother, they don’t mesh all that well)
I’ve also been reading a lot of Hellboy, it was Hellboy day last Saturday, I got some cool stuff on it, and B.P.R.D too.
He looks like he has to go to the bathroom.
And skipped leg day.
From Peter David too, original writer of him back in his original 2099 series.
He’ll probably be back, as for how Peter got control back, there was no other way it really could have ended than Otto realizing his hubris, it’s not like he can bounce back from this at this point, he failed and refused to acknowledge his failure until the very end like he has every time he’s fought Peter throughout his entire life
Willingly giving control back was the only thing that was going to happen, now where it goes from here is anyone’s guess, he showed a lot of development in that last speech, and he wiped his own mind to allow Peter back in so who knows where he’s going to end up.
Yeah I know, I like to keep an eye on how much trans fat my figures are eating too.
Jesus Christ Ultimate Hawkeye lay off the Cheetos.
Am I really gonna be the first person to say “Jinkies!” to this?
This are not “meaningful stories”, or appropriate endings to characters
And I know you don’t like Superior, but Amazing Spider-Man #700 was both meaningful and appropriate for a death of Spider-Man book and nobody wants to give it that credit because they don’t like what followed.
The Worlds Greatest Super Hero
He’s borderline impossible to kill, only a couple of villains really have the power to get it done(Ultron, Galactus….uh….Ultron again probably) it’s kinda why he’s such a terrifying character to have coming after you.
This is nothing new, like el zilcho of this is new, this is like that scene in Futurama where all the soap characters are getting amnesia, it just comes with the genre/method of storytelling, wouldn’t you be more inclined to buy the next issue in a series if it ends if the last page ends with a shocking twist (“OH NO, ATILLIAN HAS EXPLODED/OH NO CAP HAS BEEN SHOT/ OH NO HYDROMAN HAS ESCAPED USING SHOCKERS TOILET”) than if everything wraps up neatly? Wrapping everything up neatly will just lead to people to stop buying the book because they feel they read the whole story, it’s not a system that works with serial storytelling, it banks nearly ENTIRELY on last page suspense to keep people reading.
Ultimate Peter Parkers death was impactful because it’s in a universe well known for death being, well, death and it was the harbinger for a(well actually two at this point) new era of the ultimate universe.
I’ve seen enough people harping on the fact that Kamala Kahn is Muslim, Miles Morales is black and Otto Octavious is smarter than them to know a lot of comic fans are stupid btw.
Well you’re right on one front, Paul Cornells Wolverine is god awful.
Also we don’t know if he’s evil, it’s two issues in and we have zero answers about why he’s working for who he’s working for and what his angle is, for all we know he’s selling girl scout cookies, getting an in with the masters of evil.
Zeemo likes thin mints.
By cape comics you mean serial media right.
Like, all of it.
Then Hellboy had to go and still his shtick.
“it wasn’t actually him that Wolverine killed, it was a clone!”
If I could get past this you can get past that.