SO happy cable's arm isn't actually that long, it's probably to help compensate for his atrophied arm that's been kickin under the TO virus for decades. Because if that mechanical arm was literally his entire arm I would have been ridiculous lol Thor sounds really cool but I am at maxed capacity on my comics budget and am actually cutting back. I guess i might get it in trade if i hear good things.
I really like the team behind this book, but I've just gotten tired of so many books going so much darker. I understand that other people really like it when books take this tone, but between this, books like Avengers Arena, and the tone of the New 52, I've started to realize that comic book companies are no longer trying to get audiences like me.
same ting here its was d only book without dark comedy
Sexism has always seemed to be around when the topic is comic books, and Selina Kyle seems to be the one who most suffers from it. I've given up on Catwoman right on the first issues of the New 52 run. To see a character with such great potential, and that finally seemed to be taking off, be reduced to a simple burglar with a (extremely forced) crush for Batman was just... lame, and sexist. Although there were some moments where she did show some strength of character (like when Lola died or when she kicked that guy's ass in the bathroom), she seemed very explosive and selfish in most of her actions, and that signifies a great regression of her character. It's about time creators realize nobody cares about how big the boobs are or how much one can bend her spine without breaking it. It is and has always been about their actions and your ability to identify with them, and for that, we need consistent stories