Eisenberg is a major surprise. However, this should tell us that he's in it for the long haul. Jeremy Irons is a fantastic choice for Alfred. I am totally fine with all of this.
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It's too close for me. But, when I think about it, Gamora and Angela alone could work over most of X-Force. This would be a good "VS." crossover, like the classic The X-Men vs. The Avengers and Fantastic Four vs. X-Men minis from the 80's.
I came into this series COMPLETELY unfamiliar with most of the characters. By issue eight or nine, it made me go back and look more into Avengers Academy as well as Runaways. Nico and Bloodstone stood out in my mind as the two show-stealers, in my opinion. At the end of the day, I am just glad the main setting didn't end up to be just a computer simulation. You know what I mean? One of my top 10 best titles I read this year for sure.
I discovered this website around the same time Sara was hired by CV. In many ways, Sara being a part of the gang is what I've known. It'll be weird as I travel out of town on Saturdays and not hear Sara in studio, whether present or muffled inside a laptop, during CV's weekly podcasts. Please stop back in from time to time and let us know how you're doing, @babs!! Thanks for all of your hard work! Best of luck to you!!
There will be times it feels like your heart's getting crushed. The way certain things had to end, I won't lie - I got a little teary-eyed.
I couldn't agree more. This was a tip of the cap to not only the creators involved in this remarkable run, but also to us, the readers. The gang was indeed all there. I loved, LOVED this issue.
I feel like this is a big deal? Since when was the last time(not counting past company merges) an "indie" crossed over and stayed in either the Marvel or DCU?
As far as the relevance to the character and the story has got me wondering. I've read all of the main AoU series to date and all I know is Sue Richards is still BA and stuff's weird. Issue 6 I was right there with it, but recently I'm perplexed.