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Cascadyan

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pariscub

Subj: Re: What's all the fuss with that? Well... [SPOILERS]
Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 at 09:19:56 pm EST
Reply Subj: What's all the fuss with that? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 at 11:36:27 am EST

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> The relationship between wanda and her brother made me drop the book and say eeeewwwww!

This is nothing new. Wanda and Pietro have always been written as having a relationship that was a bit too "brotherly/sisterly". If you read the first two volumes of Ultimates, it's quite obvious, and Millar has never made a secret they were written like that.

That being said, Ultimates 3 was typical jeff Loeb, i.e., utterly uninspired. i've yet to read anything good by him.

> > The relationship between wanda and her brother made me drop the book and say eeeewwwww!
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> This is nothing new. Wanda and Pietro have always been written as having a relationship that was a bit too "brotherly/sisterly". If you read the first two volumes of Ultimates, it's quite obvious, and Millar has never made a secret they were written like that.
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...Having not read a single Ultimates ever, but along the lines of my post below... I can empathise with people if they dont particularly like the b@stardisation of so long established characters...

I just dont see the point of it... what are we meant to do... "Ooh... Wanda and Pietro got all gross" Who cares... its not like these are the real characters... Its a bit like some of the What-If's where everyone always seems to die... it doesn't matter because its not in continuity

So the fact that Millar telegraphed the move does not detract from the LAMENESS of it

just my thoughts tho... I may be a bit biased... but hey, Iits all good cos I never made a secret of it

Cas


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