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Posted by pixelized

LOLOLOL. Despite the major lack of action and the seemingly odd placed Morgan/Doom show down, i enjoyed the issue as well. Mainly Because of Bullseye and Karla's "ha ha" moments. This just has me more excited for a major knock out drag out fight in issue 3!

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Posted by The_Martian

LOL, I rather look at "other things" too

Posted by danisgod6491

I thought Morgan and Doom were like Lovers. I mean last time i seen her she was all sad because doom didn't come back for her because he got beat and arrested by the Mighty Avengers.

Posted by pixelized

He used her to gain power!

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Posted by Erik

I noticed G-Man that when you read for the villains, you usually use a southern accent. Are all badies cowboys? 

Posted by danhimself

isn't bullseye irish or is that just the movie version?  i liked how it seems like norman is actually trying to be a good guy...i liked this issue more then the first

Posted by G-Man
erik said:
"I noticed G-Man that when you read for the villains, you usually use a southern accent. Are all badies cowboys? "
Someone said they liked the hillbilly accent and since I didn't put any in the Nightwing review, I thought I'd bring it back.  You know that Bullseye, he's so wacky, he likes to talk like that just for kicks.
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Posted by The Morningstar

Good review G-Man... I was on the fence if I should get into Dark Reign, but I think I'll give it a shot. Thanks.

Posted by danisgod6491

G-Man, in this one you remind of just one big kid.

Posted by Mr Mofo

Is that your yard or did you sneak onto someone's property?

Posted by Media_Master

yeah, I got just the left speaker workin'

Finally, some fresh air!!!

Posted by warlock360

"I See Some Feet!"

  

Posted by warlock360

Hmm my thoughts on this issue, theres an easy outcome, Doom does it with Morgana again as a "Sorry" end of story.

Edited by CosmicSpiral

I don't think we're supposed to care about Doom. I mean, the Mighty Avengers wouldn't have given two shits about Doom's romantic problems but they would have went in to protect the people from Morgan. We're supposed to be watching Norman's alliances fuck him over because he made deals with some shady characters (Doom, Loki, the Hood and even Namor) and now he has to live up to them. The Avengers can't survive with psychopathic members like Venom and Bullseye and having to live up to alliances with the Hood (head of the largest criminal organization in the world) and Loki. Plus, this is coinciding with Loki's plan to move Asgard to Latveria so the consequences could be worse. 


Things are already starting out badly and it looks like the Mighty Avengers and/or the New Avengers might have to go and save them. And they are supposed to be fugitives. 

Whew. 
Posted by Supershocker

Man i would love to see the Sentry vs. Starman(from JSA) let's face it there both nearly invincible & could easly level a town or city or country bt themselves but there both cockoo in the head.
  i wonder if Marvel is ever gonna Sentry get ova his mental condition and give him his own ongoing series, he's too powerful to be wonderin' round the Marvel Universe. & give him his own rogue's gallery.

Posted by King Saturn
Voidheart said:
""I See Some Feet!"

  

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Ha Ha Ha
Posted by lordraiden
Supershocker said:
"Man i would love to see the Sentry vs. Starman(from JSA) let's face it there both nearly invincible & could easly level a town or city or country bt themselves but there both cockoo in the head.
  i wonder if Marvel is ever gonna Sentry get ova his mental condition and give him his own ongoing series, he's too powerful to be wonderin' round the Marvel Universe. & give him his own rogue's gallery."

Read Luke Cage's quote from New Avengers #50: "Sentry's a sick man who should be committed. Somewhere off planet, preferably!" Now does this guy know what he's talking bout or what lol This, ladies and gentlemen, comming from Marvel themselves.
Posted by Vance Astro

Did anyone see Venom eat Ares at the end or am I trippin?

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Posted by pixelized

saw it.. his little legs were dangling

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Posted by G-Man

Little legs and...feet!

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Posted by Quintus_Knightfall

I don't think Daken's Mohawk stands perfectly straight up it looks like it may hang off to the side. (And laughing my ass off at the hillbilly accent of Bullseye. Who knew)

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Posted by G-Man

It's still sticking up pretty much for having worn a skin tight mask.

And Red L.A.M.P. kinda teased me about my Hawk impression in the G.I. Joe review.

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Posted by Vance Astro
Gambler said:
"I don't think Daken's Mohawk stands perfectly straight up it looks like it may hang off to the side. (And laughing my ass off at the hillbilly accent of Bullseye. Who knew)
That accent is new.He didn't have that before.
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Posted by themaskedhero

Was it what I expected after the first issue? No. But did it build on what we saw in the first issue? Yeah. It was slower, but the first issue covered a lot and revealed a lot. And it was good to see that Sentry and Ares were not happy with the Anti-Tony talk. But what with the stories yet to be told still in the future, I'm looking hopeful.

Posted by G-Man
Vance Astro said:
"Gambler said:
"I don't think Daken's Mohawk stands perfectly straight up it looks like it may hang off to the side. (And laughing my ass off at the hillbilly accent of Bullseye. Who knew)
That accent is new.He didn't have that before.
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It's sorta what young Sabretooth talked like HERE.
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Posted by Quintus_Knightfall
Vance Astro said:
"Gambler said:
"I don't think Daken's Mohawk stands perfectly straight up it looks like it may hang off to the side. (And laughing my ass off at the hillbilly accent of Bullseye. Who knew)
That accent is new.He didn't have that before.
"
I meant G-Man using the accent for Bullseye. Its kind of a running joke I guess.
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Posted by TwilightThunder

Hm. I read the second issue and and i didn't review it. As you said, dear G-Man, i don't friggin' care about Morgana's and Doom's Storyline, i'm reading the Avengers, FFS.