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Posted by ALittleTooRaph

Bendis is knocking it out of the park with his X-Men books right now, but this is just awful in my opinion. It has failed to interest me whatsoever. Plus, I'm not a fan of Hitch's art at all.

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@Gambit1024 said:

@X35 said:

@ALittleTooRaph said:

@Gambit1024 said:

@Duke_Nasty said:

@X35: Finally somebody compares AvX to the holocaust

This literally made me laugh out loud

Gotta say, I'm with Fade here. While I'm not calling anyone an idiot for liking this (really, to each their own), this entire event has just featured characters written completely out of character, a dumb situation that only happened to get these two teams to do battle, and a pointless argument on who was in the right/wrong. Giving any issue in this series over 3 out of 5 is.... It's just not right. Maybe if this were an elseworlds story, I'd get it, but Cap would never do anything he did in this series, and the same goes for Cyke and any other character involved.

I agree with your entire post. Too many writers = every character sounding nothing like themselves.

Or alternatively Bendis = every character sounding nothing like themselves.

Couldn't've said it better.

Welp. He's officially done with the Avengers, I reckon. Have fun with that guy, X-Fans.

Yeah, but it's not just Bendis guys. I mean, it IS Bendis, but it's also Aaron and the lot as well. They just love a character or two, like Aaron loves Wolverine, and they don't have a clue how to write dialogue for any other characters. And mostly don't even try to write most characters because they don't have a voice for them. If it was ONLY Bendis this event would have managed to be better than it was, but these writers were tripping over themselves to see who could ruin this thing the worst.

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@Gambit1024 said:

@Duke_Nasty said:

@X35: Finally somebody compares AvX to the holocaust

This literally made me laugh out loud

Gotta say, I'm with Fade here. While I'm not calling anyone an idiot for liking this (really, to each their own), this entire event has just featured characters written completely out of character, a dumb situation that only happened to get these two teams to do battle, and a pointless argument on who was in the right/wrong. Giving any issue in this series over 3 out of 5 is.... It's just not right. Maybe if this were an elseworlds story, I'd get it, but Cap would never do anything he did in this series, and the same goes for Cyke and any other character involved.

I agree with your entire post. Too many writers = every character sounding nothing like themselves.

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@Solarflare32 said:

Have they set magneto up to be a villian again since he's among the wanted x men despite not being one of the pheonix 5

I'm sure they will soon enough. However, one of the few things I liked about this issue (this event really), was that Magneto is still standing by Cyclops after everything.

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@cyberchop979 said:

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@cyberchop979 said:

Rrraaaaawwwwwwrrrrrrr.......So....Much.....NERDRAGE!!!!!!!!!

I love that people have so much passion for comic books, but I really think some of you should tone it down a little.

I, for one, enjoyed the series. It could have been better, but IMO it could have been WAYYYYY worse.

If you don't have passion what's the point in doing anything? Of course anything, and I mean anything, in life can be way better or way worse, but that certainly doesn't determine whether you should like or accept something or not. "I just lost my job, but oh well, it could have been much worse. It could have been broadcast on network television for all my family and friends to watch live." Look, just don't go to a basketball game and act as if you can't understand why fans are foaming at the mouth after a bad call from the ref. And don't go on a comic book website and tell people to tone it down because you think that they take fiction way too seriously. People spend their hard earned money and time on these things, and within reason, should be able to come on here and say whatever they damn well please. I don't mean to attack you personally, and for that I apologize, but hey, it could have been WAYYYYY worse.

*sigh*

Thank you for proving my point.

I didn't prove your point. You never had a point. People like you are the absolute worse. You have an account on a comic book website. You're commenting on a book that hit the shelves a handful of hours prior, and yet you're acting as if you're somehow above it all. You're not fooling anyone little buddy.

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@cyberchop979 said:

Rrraaaaawwwwwwrrrrrrr.......So....Much.....NERDRAGE!!!!!!!!!

I love that people have so much passion for comic books, but I really think some of you should tone it down a little.

I, for one, enjoyed the series. It could have been better, but IMO it could have been WAYYYYY worse.

If you don't have passion what's the point in doing anything? Of course anything, and I mean anything, in life can be way better or way worse, but that certainly doesn't determine whether you should like or accept something or not. "I just lost my job, but oh well, it could have been much worse. It could have been broadcast on network television for all my family and friends to watch live." Look, you wouldn't go to a basketball game and act as if you can't understand why fans were foaming at the mouth after a bad call from the ref. So don't go on a comic book website and tell people to tone it down because you think that they take fiction way too seriously. People spend their hard earned money and time on these things, and within reason, should be able to come on here and say whatever they damn well please. I don't mean to attack you personally, and for that I apologize, but hey, it could have been WAYYYYY worse.

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This whole event just makes me so disgusted with Marvel, and all the Avengers-loving writers there. Either they don't even know how to make their precious Avengers look good, or this was done on purpose to give Cyclops a redeeming quality, but CYCLOPS WAS RIGHT. If that self-righteous Captain America wouldn't have assembled the damn Avengers and Scott was allowed to let Hope receive the Phoenix Force in the first place, none of the fighting would have happened and Hope would have created new mutants and then released the Phoenix again afterwards. I don't see how X-Men fans can not be sick to death after this event. I know I sure am.

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Well, at least this piece of crap event is finally over. Seriously, was this not the most predictable story and eventual outcome of any series you've ever read? How this could be given a four-star review is beyond me. Unfortunately, I can no longer take ComicVine.com reviews serious. I mean, nearly every single one is either four or five stars, and almost none of them deserving of the score. It's like if doesn't fall asleep while reading an issue, then it's four stars, and if he liked it at all it's five. I know reviews are merely an individual's personal opinions on a book, but it often just fills like "for the good of the industry" says everything is GREAT! Whatever, hopefully I have some books in my stack this week that I didn't see what was coming in them six months ago.

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This comic was just plain bad. The pacing was off and the narrative was extremely poor. The art was pretty decent in most panels, but the dialogue just felt off throughout. I actually felt bad for the character Selina Kyle while reading this, as if she somehow knew just how screwed over she was getting. After reading this issue and seeing as how Nocenti is now on this title for a while, the Joker crossover may be the only thing that keeps me reading this title for another month or two.

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@sinestro_GL said:

I wasn't too happy with this issue.

The ending was pretty predictable, and furthermore the logic behind it didn't make much sense to me....

Perhaps aspects of the ending were predictable. However, you did not see the entire ending coming. Don't come back weeks later and say you weren't happy because it was too predictable. Actually, say whatever you want. Nonetheless, this issue was a solid read and not overly predictable in any way.

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