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Unscripted Review: Black Cat #1
Great review guys! One thing, though...I thought Felicia knew that Spidey was Peter. I thought that when they started this "relationship" they "did the deed" with no costumes and then Felicia told him that if it were to continue masks would have to be on. I could be wrong, I'll have to go back a reread those issues (even though, like G-Man, I'm not a fan of their "sleeping habits").
I gave this issue 3 and a half stars, but its not showing up on the page.
I agree with you guys. This was only an ´okay´ issue. I expected so much more, especially since I like Black Cat as a character but once more I was let down with a Spider-Man mini-series - just like the Jackpot one!
Black Cat has way more potential, so why don´t start using it? I´ll read the further issues and I hope it will become better *fingers crossed*
I hate the artwork and the story is week! It is the first issue and they can't even fill it without a back up story. The 1994 was the best Black Cat mini-series with great art! Why does marvel have to continue getting cheap when it comes to artist? Hire Ed Benes, Mariah Benes, Al Rio, or j. scott Campbell just too name a few.
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