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Penguin ascendant. Hush in command. The Bat-Family on the ropes. This isn't just another Tuesday in Gotham.
Two tales of Cassie Hack and Edward Warren crossing paths before either of them had made it big.
What's worse: a world full of zombies or a world full of evil Deadpools? The correct answer is a world full of BOTH of those things!
I think you missed the point of a Rocketeer book entirely.
If you wanted to cheer at the last page, why is that listed under the "Bad" section?
Sara, I highly recommend you read Robinson's previous Shade 4 issue mini series. This 12th issue did something really cool, which tied into the first issue of that mini from long ago. The 4 issue mini picks up with Shade's memory wiped and with him meeting that Ludlow fellow.
@Babs: Issue #0 felt more like a first issue than a 0 issue, but it was great.
@evilvegeta74: Do people consider Jean evil? I'm sure people would just say that she was being controlled by the Dark Phoenix. I don't think Marvel really turned Scott into a villain, he's just another victim of the power of the Phoenix.
Did you read issue #0? That will answer your question as to who the old homeless man is.
Me, personally, while I love Francis Manapul's artwork, would have given this issue a 3. Lately, I haven't really been liking where this series has been headed. It had a great start, but now I'm mostly staying on for Manapul and Buccellato's art.
This is a series that I will pick up the eventual hardcovers, even though I am reading it in single issues. So damn good.
Hey Tony, the Fire and Jean Grey sketches aren't Marcus To's, they're by Marcio Takara.
This was great. So heartbreaking, too.
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