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4.3 stars 4.3/5 Stars Average score of 5 user reviews

Arthur Curry's fishsack, that was close! 0

I'll admit my bias right away, I'm a big fan of the Secret Six and Gail Simone. However, with recent issues I've started to lose interest and faith in the characters. I'm really glad I decided to stick around, though, because Simone really managed to collect all the frazzled pieces and stick them back together in a fun and tactful way.  Good Things:  I was really getting sick of Black Alice. I went from liking her (from when she appeared in Birds of Prey) to really finding her irritating (recent...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Just Whelmed... 0

I really enjoy Batman Beyond and this mini series has been fantastic, but the ending was rather disappointing.  Good Things: I really liked the story, lots of twists and turns and it was really fun to read and try to figure out.  Bad Things: I really wish I didn't have so many complaints. The ending really seemed forced. Lots of expository dialogue that was jumbled and scenes that seemed almost dedicated to what the character was saying instead of their actions. Considering the nice and methodic...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Everybody loves... 0

DEADPOOL! I, for one, am glad he's back. And with a bang too. I was very pleased with the first issue. A little confused at the end, I think the term WTF!! comes to mind. The first issue was a little slow. The second issue, however, was a lot more of the Deadpool goodness I love. It was senseless violence, supidity, madness, confusion and of course hilarity. It was great. It really was. And to top it all off, it comes with a moral: Do Not Clone Deadpool. Do Not Let Deadpool "Train" Your Clones. ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Lovely 0

I love the Power Pack. I really didn't used to, but, well, I guess they've grown on me. I especially love the newer revamped stuff. It is really awesome, with GuriHiru's artwork being my favourite. The Power Pack are explained in a fun and thoughtful way with Fred Van Lente writting scripts that are friendly for all ages, not too babyish or too old. I have always, more or less, understood the origins of the Power Pack, but the Day One story explains on a new level. With each member contributing ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

A Great Concept Well Written 0

I am not a huge fan of the X-Men. I am very picky about the characters I like, most of them I shrug off right away. I have not had a chance (rather given myself the chance) to read about any of the other X-Teams in the Marvel Multiverse. The Exiles gave me that chance. The chance to over look the X-Factor (not the team) and enjoy the book. Throwing together  X people from a bunch of different realities to keep reality in order. Do not miss this issue, read it before (and after) you read the New ...

6 out of 11 found this review helpful.