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Mr Honey Bunny

In Reply To
clayton

Subj: Re: Maybe...
Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 at 05:27:46 pm EST (Viewed 109 times)
Reply Subj: Maybe...
Posted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 at 03:04:22 pm EST


> If you believed that it was something that was going to last forever. I doubt whatever is going on will last longer than its own explanation.
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> You seem to be completely unable to see the difference between bad storytelling and storytelling you do not personally care for. There are no rules that say that the audience has to know everything that Spider-man knows. This would certainly hurt the concept of a mystery, yes? Now, you may not like the presence of the mystery, but that does not mean that everyone who is involved in the endeavor is a poor writer, incapable of planning one out.
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I just said I think it's the first time I see such a mystery in which the main character knows something we aren't aware of. That's all.

But you right, I must "be completely unable to see the difference between bad storytelling and storytelling I do not personally care for" and I certainly have said Slott was a "poor writer" even if I didn't write that you know better than me I must be thinking that.

> You have stated it before: you saw things that have been indicators of this mystery and have written them off as bad writing. Now their indicators of something bigger and you simply haven't been reading critically enough.
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You right again : "I haven't been reading critically enough" for sure ...

> I would say that your complete and utter inablilty to believe in thought-out complex writing, instead seeing sloppy cover-ups at every turn, does come off as disrespectful if not just dense.
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100% right ...

> It is one thing not to care for a direction or a storytelling device, but that isn't what you are doing. You don't like it and thus you seem to be driven to prove to everyone why it is "bad", justifying your dislike.
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> But have fun.

Man, I was such a fool believing I could make a thread in which I would point at some things I saw as inconsistencies in the current books.

Bottomline : I will never question it again because the book has never been that great in years and when I don't understand something I just have to wait for the answer because our current awesome writers will explain me everything in time. (and even if they don't in the comics, they do in the net)






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