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Subj: Re: Scarlet Witch #3 - A Green And Pleasant Land.
Posted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 at 06:10:41 pm EST (Viewed 326 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Scarlet Witch #3 - A Green And Pleasant Land.
Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2016 at 11:40:13 pm EST (Viewed 8 times)

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    This one left me sort of empty. I really enjoyed #2, issue 1 was interesting but not a lock and I feel like this one is going in the wrong direction.....I can't put my finger on the problem but like many of the All New, All Different Marvel books I am collecting, I want to like them for various reasons but I am just not. As for the art work and varying tones of the first three books, it reminds me of Robinson's last Shade mini-maxi series (12 issues I think?), different artist for each arc) he did for DC, which was excellent

This one had great art and a weak story...the first two issues were the opposite IMO.

I really don't care about this green warlock dude. I don't want to read a comic writers attempt at writing at a bad Irish accent. Plus I was annoyed that the bar owner told Wanda not to come in and wreck his bar, she said she had the situation under control and then proceeded to wreck his bar.

I'm still enjoying the series. It might not be on the level of the Vision's book but I like it more than all of the other New Marvel books so far. It might just be that I'm happy to read a competently written Scarlet Witch after so many years of post-dissambled Wanda.

I sort of enjoyed her accidently destroying the pub after her reassurances that she had it under control. I hope the book goes back to that though and shows us some sort of repercussions from it (like maybe she will be sued?).

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