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Subj: Re: Iron Man 2.0 #7: In the immortal words of weaponless Howard the Duck...
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 at 10:57:47 pm EDT (Viewed 617 times)
Reply Subj: Iron Man 2.0 #7: I am butthurt!
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 at 08:47:47 am EDT (Viewed 346 times)

Iron Man 2.0 #7

    Seriously, this is downright offensive. It was bad enough that War Machine's own story got put on the backburner for three months rather than be integrated into Fear Itself. It was badder enough than that that Jim was not even involved in the main event for any length of time before being whisked off to Iron Fist-land. Badder enough than even that was that, as such, he did not play a part of any significance rather than doing some moaning and groaning. But in the end, it turns out that these three issues were nothing more than a jump-off for not one but two series!

Okay my immediate reaction to Skaar: King Of The Savage Land #5 of5
for this week is now ammended from 'a waste' to just disappointing to allow for this issue to now be impulsively called 'waste' of the week.

Any specific problems hardly seem worth noting at the moment. Here's another negative review already typed anyways. WM's iron fist line was okay and... might as well throw in a compliment for the fair cover tease of next issue:

since the big teaseless, bland, poser covers for #9 will be getting a negative emoticon:

    Son Goku* gets his own Marvel mini (undoubtely with an option for his own series later) and Iron Fist is set up for a new story ark and possibly series!


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