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Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 at 05:10:58 pm EST (Viewed 7 times)
Reply Subj: Thoughts on Spider-Man 2099 Vol. 2 #'s 6-7?
Posted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 at 03:05:22 pm EST (Viewed 131 times)

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Already finished my review of #6 (see 80's/90's board), and am working on #7 right now, so I'll just comment on certain things in #7:

1) S-Man (Spider-Man 2099's nickname) gets an antidote to the Inheritors' spider-hunger (I think). Awesome.

2) Still don't like how Sliney draws S-Man's eye-markings. They still look too small, and would prefer another artist (Rick Leonardi most-preferred).

3) Punisher 2099 is back!!! Yes! Only problems are that his power bat doesn't have spikes at the top, and his plasma gas cannon is smaller that it originally was.

Still, both a great read. But still horribly confused about the referenced 2099 events/characters, as they seem jumbled around, as if PAD's trying to recreate Earth-928 in a new, revised setup. But if it leads to a new 2099 line of comics, though I'm all for it. \:\)

... the changes made in the past in Superior Spider-Man. Specifically the team up issue where the majority of old NY was supposed to be destroyed by that gizmo the sinister 6 stole. That's millions of people not dying, and living on to have kids and interacting with people all over the world. In the previous timeline Alchemax rebuilt most of the city, now when Alchemax rises to power they will probably do it more or less the same way. But there will be tiny differences.

But hey if it means Jake doesnt get incinerated by a flying alien robot spider, or Doom doesnt take over the country, or everyone doesnt drown in a flood.... Im cool with that. That guy from 2211's gonna be pissed tho.

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