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#1 Edited by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

It depends. If a costume becomes really dated it should change like Captain America, or if the character is going through something where a new look would help express what they are going through like "Back in Black"

The Fantastic Four are the one exception where I want them to keep getting new uniforms every time the creative team changes.

And also some times character just have bad costumes and should change them like Daredevil's original suit.

#2 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

This was amazing! I loved how the hammer made he talk super corny it was great. Reminded me of Aquaman in Brace and the Bold.

#3 Edited by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

It looks like Jess got some major implants for that cover.

The art has this 90s vibe which makes me happy since this is about a bunch of Spidey clones.

#4 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Edited by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

@movieartman: Sorry sir you are suffering from blindness. The differences you're seeing come from the colorist but the way they are drawn is extremely similar.

#6 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

@linkjt: I have no idea why I was tagged.

#7 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:

I don't usually like to keep talking about bad books and pointing out their issues, but holy crap can someone please stop the Nightcrawler book... it's like a 8th grader wrote it. there is no actual dialog at all even though it's nothing but people talking. It's just one long string of expatiation over and over again... does the writer think everyone reading comics is stupid and can't understand the story without him breaking it down every single page.

"What is going on?"

"I don't know... but this is serious!"

"What are the bamfs doing?"

"I don't know... but it looks like they are starting the engine..."

I mean really? Everyone sounds like they are on drugs just casually describing what they are seeing and doing every page which gives it a horrible redundant feeling. It's like a checklist of plot points being used as dialog.

Yes he does. You still read the issues despite not liking the way they're written.

Sort-of proves the writer's point, no ?

Not really. I only kept up with it for the character and have decided a while ago I would keep reading to see what the book was like after Axis if Nightcrawler doesn't get Inverted back, but the way it's going now I'll probably stop once AXIS is over.

#8 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

Considering Batman only barely won because Superman wasn't 100%... it sorta just means he loses if you think about it.

#9 Edited by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

Stephen Lang

#10 Posted by Teerack (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't usually like to keep talking about bad books and pointing out their issues, but holy crap can someone please stop the Nightcrawler book... it's like a 8th grader wrote it. there is no actual dialog at all even though it's nothing but people talking. It's just one long string of expatiation over and over again... does the writer think everyone reading comics is stupid and can't understand the story without him breaking it down every single page.

"What is going on?"

"I don't know... but this is serious!"

"What are the bamfs doing?"

"I don't know... but it looks like they are starting the engine..."

I mean really? Everyone sounds like they are on drugs just casually describing what they are seeing and doing every page which gives it a horrible redundant feeling. It's like a checklist of plot points being used as dialog.