Review: Avengers: The Initiative #35
" I don't understand how you can express an opinion on a book without reading the rest of the arc. That's like reviewing the last page of a novel. I guess what I'm saying: yo why're you bothering? "Check out my review next week when I look at the last 2 pages of Moby Dick
Check out my review next week when I look at the last 2 pages of Moby Dick "
" @inferiorego said:LOLCheck out my review next week when I look at the last 2 pages of Moby Dick "
"@inferiorego said:Check out my review next week when I look at the last 2 pages of Moby Dick "
LOL. That made me giggle..
Does this spoil you to the end of seige?
" @JoeRiccadonna: the first page says you should read siege first, but I did flip through (and occasionally read a page) or siege 4 and it doesn't seem to spoil too much "
Aight. Thanks. I'll probably pick it up. I loved the Initiative at first but it just kept going down hill. I only picked it up for some unknown reason. Pick this one just to see how it ends.
I read Avengers Initiative month in month out. I did not however read the main SIEGE series, or Avengers Finale. (and I did not have a spare $9 this week either) it was frustrating for me as an monthly reader to have the time jumps refer back to those two SIEGE series and have massively jolting scene cuts.
Christos Gage is a great writer, but his wrap up here was stilted.
and I concur with all those who say "any issue could be someones first", you should always be able to get the gist of what is going on from just reading one issue.
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