Best series out now without a doubt. Proves only good stories come from putting heroes in real peril.
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Oh Mat 'inferioego' If I hadn't read your article I would have thought you told some of these people, at gunpoint, they had to leave superhero comics with you.
I have floated in and out several times just as you had for many of the same reasons. I have a largeassortment of the indie titles. (OK maybe not really indie, mostly Vertigo and Image) The one exception being the X-men which has been my soap opera, much I'm sure like wrestling is to you. The one thing that makes me want to stay away is that few times anything different does happen. Everyone freaks out. Characters change, just like people. Let it be a story. Don't try to control the story, just sit back and let the story be told. Being told a story is a passive event. If your trying to control the outcome of the story your missing the full ride of the story.
So in summation change happens. Indie(or indie-like) prints allow it without the upheaval.
Two things I would want to know is why do all the trades have less issues in them, and two; Will their be a hard cover version for Mr. Humphries run on XForce or possibly a bigger ultimate hard version that collects two trades. Of course, he might not even know and it would be way down the line, but I'll cross my fingers.
Don't bring Peter back, and keep Kaine alive. Yeah right, i 'll never get so lucky. I loved Scarlet spider, one of only two physical single monthly titles i kept up with. Still would trade series to never see Peter again. Time for Legacy characters to start. New characters living and dying/retiring and people taking up the costumes.
@longbowhunter: Oh heck yeah. I have such a craving for that. A lot of places will have "Chicago style , or New York style to varying degree of success, but nobody duplicates a pizza king or Arni's style pizza. Enjoy a Pizza King pizza for me. Just shows, you get attached to whatever style of food you grow up around.
It seems very few people I meet have the same enjoyment of sports and comics. Growing up I found I got quite a few strange looks from both group of peers regarding the other. Now I announce at football and wrestling matches and have an expensive comic buying habit. Just good to have like minded people out there.
Stuff like Dunkin Donuts, and other simple pleasures of this nature are under appreciated when you think you can have it all the time. The first thing any of my 6 sisters or family visit in Indiana or Illinois is Pizza King or Arni's. Ever heard of it.