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Subj: Re: You've pretty much nailed it, but I'd like to add one more reason
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 at 03:55:29 pm EDT (Viewed 137 times)
Reply Subj: You've pretty much nailed it, but I'd like to add one more reason
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 at 09:55:03 am EDT (Viewed 164 times)
Havent' read these myself, but if you want something less mainstream but still a darn good read, I recommend Fables. I absolutely love that title.
Hey there Hatman!
I can see the good and the bad of this. If the whole world is threatened by aliens I'd like to think Thor would be involved, though not necessarily Daredevil or Spiderman. Though that doesn't mean it has to impact the main title or even require a mini-series.
I'd like to say the movie was pants, but that was the one thing it lacked.
I have to stop you there. The more powerful the character the more action is required. Less powerful characters - ie. those closer to human's with human problems, can handle decompression better.
Thor, Hulk, Mighty Avengers and so forth should not be decompressed.
Character development does not mean the absence of action though - something most of today's crop of writers have forgotten.
He should never be allowed any character more powerful than Spiderman...its as simple as that.
Sounds like one of his more action packed tales.
Oddly enough reading the scans has probably got me buying more comic books, because its sort of like reading the comic in the store from the comfort of your own home.
Is it the sort of comic you need to read from the start?
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