avengpymhawk's forum posts

#1 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

When she returns, I think that the Wasp should get her series.
#2 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought that was a quite interesting read. Might want to be more descrpitive about the surroundings
#3 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

I've noticed a lot of posting of stories yet read or no comment left to the writer. Tonight I will start reading and being a critic. I ask all others to join me. Some people have spent a lot of time on these, even if you don't like the story at least let them know that you have read their work.
#4 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

COMPANY: Underground Publishing 
Editor and Chief: Roy Thomas  
Editor: Steve Englehart 
Writers: Kurt Busiek, Marv Wolfman, Tom Defalco and Jason Aaron
Artist:George Perez, Ron Fritz, Steve Epting, Mark Bright, and Bob Layton
 
No Hire: Brian Bendis and Matt Fraction 
#5 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

Nights of Wundagore and Korvac Saga in TPB is a good start and will sum-up some great stories and moments about the team
#6 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

When he first came out, he was awsome. from Marvel to Image, but in recent years his work doesn't have me rushing to the comic shop as the days of old. In fact the only creator who still does that to me is Kurt Busiek. I can say that I am zombied-out. FromThe Cell bySteven King, Walking Dead, Marvel Zombies, Blackest Night, Robots Vs. Zombies, and countless of horror novels.
#7 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

I loved his work on Namor....He seams best on grim dark characters.
#8 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

My two fav are Hank Pym and Hawkeye. I love the way Hank Pym has been portrayed in the last couple of years starting with Mighty Avengers. Hawkeye is a different story. I love Mcann's portrayal of the character, but totally hate and despise Bendis in the Avengers and New Avengers.
#10 Posted by avengpymhawk (370 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh man, I totally agree...Wolverine stopped being Wolverine when Marvel decided to let him join the Avengers and tell his origin. It just took the whole mystery and suspense out of the character.