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Talezite




I just read the first three issues of House of M Avengers and was pretty happy as to how good the story was. It seems like there is a nice set up with Luke Cage and his "merry men" (Robinhood style sapiens) if one will. I like the characters used and thier dialogue and characterization. I was wondering if anyone else likes this series. My friend at my local comics store said something funny to me about this series "in that its very good but its about two years late!" That amused me.

As always good reading to you all.


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Naomi Babb




> I just read the first three issues of House of M Avengers and was pretty happy as to how good the story was. It seems like there is a nice set up with Luke Cage and his "merry men" (Robinhood style sapiens) if one will. I like the characters used and thier dialogue and characterization. I was wondering if anyone else likes this series. My friend at my local comics store said something funny to me about this series "in that its very good but its about two years late!" That amused me.
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> As always good reading to you all.

I've been reading, but not really feeling this mini-series. I've never been a fan of alternate reality characters (although, I know this is actually the 616-Avengers distorted by the Scarlet Witches reality warp), unless they come into contact with their 616 counterparts. But I will see it through to it's conclusion.


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Baal




> I've been reading, but not really feeling this mini-series. I've never been a fan of alternate reality characters (although, I know this is actually the 616-Avengers distorted by the Scarlet Witches reality warp), unless they come into contact with their 616 counterparts. But I will see it through to it's conclusion.

My budget cuts mean I haven't bought this but I was wondering something. The key to Wanda's scenarios originally was that everyone got their heart's desires, even if it did end up kinda twisted in a few cases. Do they still hold true to that in the mini?


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Phillydawg




I've been really enjoying this mini!

Interesting story, great characters, and really good art!


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Vision Williams




Pure Quality! I have enjoyed every panel of it!



> I just read the first three issues of House of M Avengers and was pretty happy as to how good the story was. It seems like there is a nice set up with Luke Cage and his "merry men" (Robinhood style sapiens) if one will. I like the characters used and thier dialogue and characterization. I was wondering if anyone else likes this series. My friend at my local comics store said something funny to me about this series "in that its very good but its about two years late!" That amused me.
>
> As always good reading to you all.


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Talezite




> > I've been reading, but not really feeling this mini-series. I've never been a fan of alternate reality characters (although, I know this is actually the 616-Avengers distorted by the Scarlet Witches reality warp), unless they come into contact with their 616 counterparts. But I will see it through to it's conclusion.
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> My budget cuts mean I haven't bought this but I was wondering something. The key to Wanda's scenarios originally was that everyone got their heart's desires, even if it did end up kinda twisted in a few cases. Do they still hold true to that in the mini?

I have only read the first three issues. That said the Punisher's family is still alive so that would tend to go with the pattern the Scarlet Witch set.(heart's desires being granted) That and also Thunderbird is alive, but he is kinda of a morally vacant character in this series. I can post more when I read the conclusion of the series. Good point to bring up. Good reading to you all.


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