No I would rather not any Ultimate characters come back to life. But if anyone had to it would be Pete. If you miss him that much go read Amazing.
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I found a King Doc at a comic shop I used to go to in New Jersey last December. $30 in Box, and he is an amazing set piece, I keep next to my graphic novels on the shelf. I have all the little Bone figures from that mystery box set.
I pirate my entire pull-list every week. I haven't bought a cd or dvd in years, but if I read a story arc that I enjoyed and want to share it with my offline friends, I always buy the trade of that story, in hard cover if they sell it. I would try out DC's digital plan if I had a tablet device, frankly I feel that the idea of a monthly pamphlet of 20 pages is very disposable and as a kid many of my back issues had short life spans. I'm very interested in new ways to legitimately purchase comics, because the system in place doesn't help me get the stories I want in one gulp in a nice package without waiting half a year for LCSs to run out of the single issues.
Do you think they work well together or are just bad marketing?
I wrote an article about it:
" @VanTesla: I actually think Bruce and Dick are almost on the same fighting style. "No Dick is more acrobatic than Bruce, to the point where it's noticeable. Its mentioned in Batman 600 something *once Dick takes over*
I definitely am not a fan of how Morrison has decided to run Batman. I don't understand why everyone is so into all the little intricately written references to this or that when the man doesn't know how to properly transition a scene half of the time.
For me this whole Inc. thing is just a big distraction, how many times has Batman clashed with his current family,(Not filled them in on his plans or somehow alienate them from his mission)? I don't think he'd work closer with a bunch of international Batmen who don't have as much training as say Dick or Tim.