|Marvel Universe >> View Post|
Subj: Re: Better than the original?
Posted: Wed Jan 06, 2021 at 11:50:41 am EST (Viewed 144 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Better than the original?
Posted: Tue Jan 05, 2021 at 02:59:47 pm EST (Viewed 172 times)
Quote:Were it up to me, both of the Vell kids would be gone, retroactively.
Except for how it would affect DNA's Guardians of the Galaxy run, I wouldn't bat an eye.
Quote:Harry Osborn, in my book, is a better Green Goblin than Norman.
Quote:Him being a Goblin is what ruined him as a character, imo.
I never really got serious about reading Spider-Man, so I've only really known Harry post-Goblin. One of my favorite Spider-Man stories is "The Child Within" from Spectacular Spider-Man (somewhere in the late 160s/early 170s?) that plays with the parent-issues of Peter, Harry AND Vermin. It's heavy stuff.
Quote:More of a Beta Ray Bill fan that Thor (no opinion of Jane Foster, good or bad).
Quote:As much as I like Bill, I think he's almost devoid of personality. When written well, Thor is great.
I don't know. I probably need to go back and re-read Simonson' run, but I don't know that I've ever really read Thor as a complex, well developed character.
Quote:Thinking too much about Jane gets me really mad. Even now as Valkyrie.
Quote:Scott Lang is probably better than Hank Pym.
Quote:I used to say this, but those last few Ant-Man series really used him horribly, imo. And imo, Pym became better than Ant-Man.
Give me red-jumpsuit Dr. Pym or crazy-@$$ Wasp any day.
Quote:The son out shined the original Zemo.
Quote:Well, yeah. That's pretty much his point.
Quote:This might be a cheat, but I think the government sponsored X-Factor was better than the still excellent Louise Simonson created one, and the Madrox led Detective years were better than that.
Quote:Well, agreed with that latter part. Government X-Factor may have been written well, but that doesn't mean the team was better. And I think Havok and Polaris were better not superheroing.
Gov't X-Factor weren't better super-heroes, but they were a heck of a lot more fun to read.
Posted with Google Chrome 86.0.4240.199 on Linux
|Alvaro's Comicboards powered by On Topic™ © 2003-2022 Powermad Software|