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#1 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel needs to get its ish together on artists, this level of quality is unacceptable for a high profile superhero book. That isn't to tsay this artist has no potential to one day make a great Marvel artist, nor to say that there is not currently a place for his talents somewhere in the realm of comics. In the past year there has been a notable drop in art quality on many of Marvel's second tier books and it makes me think that they are cutting costs at the same time that they are raising prices.

#2 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

I won't be satisfied until the entire cast of The Wire shows up!

#3 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

I may actually have to watch this. Miles is my Spider-Man!

#4 Edited by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

What's in the box! Just like everything else 2099 is the ultimate in awesome, these are like the coolest figures ever. Even though I had no idea who the character was; Bloodhawk was always one of my favorite toys growing up.

#5 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

Daredevil in Wakanda!

#6 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

Hopefully they do the character justice.

#7 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

This is hilarious! I always love these weird crossovers with real world celebrities. It reminds me of when the Avengers went on the Late Show with David Letterman.

#8 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

Love the art on this. I'm not planning on getting any of the other Edge of Spider-Verse issues, but this one I definitely will.

#9 Posted by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio
#10 Edited by nappystr8 (1088 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm not Morrison fan, but when the man is on her is stellar. I loved this issue, it's one of the very few times where I see the 4.99 price tag on the comic after reading it and honestly feel like I got my money's worth. I think one of the biggest problems with Morrison is that his stories rarely have all the pieces of a traditional narrative, which when reading a traditional superhero book or event tying into the continuity of a hundred other books really fails to connect. This project however is perfect, because it is allowed to be as weird as it wants to be.

I picked this up for the concept and because of President Superman, but I must say Captain Carrot was really the one who stole the show. It's a good time to be a fan of creature characters right now! The whole team here seems to be a pretty solid group of analogues from comic history, especially Dino-Cop.