@comicbookfan93: the preview for Black Widow didn't seem particularly interesting to me. Nice art though.
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@fallschirmjager: I don't think they'll completely discard the character...hopefully...
Agreed! Though I hope Warren Ellis hasn't lost his touch
@fallschirmjager: True, Scarlet Spider's cancellation was a bummer. Is he appearing in any other titles? Like on a team?
And at least you have some other titles with Peter in them, like that Amazing Spider-Man 700.1 stuff and Marvel Knights Spider-Man
@humanrocket: I'm not an expert on him, I only read some stuff from his Earth 2 series, which came off as mediocre to me compared to some other comics out there. But who knows maybe he'll write this well. Supposedly his stuff on Starman and the Shade was good. *shrug*
@fallschirmjager: That seems to be the general consensus. But I wouldn't be surprised if Slott continued the run longer just to defy expectations.
@humanrocket: I would be more excited about the whole Winter Soldier thing, but I'm not the biggest fan of Robinson
@fallschirmjager: I agree that's it's inevitable but I don't think it's going to happen in the next few months. And I must admit the idea of Doc Ock fighting the Green Goblin as Spider-Man has me mildly interested
I actually completely forgot about Iron Patriot! hmmmm...
I'm probably going to check out All New X-Factor, because of Gambit.
Otherwise, I'm anticipating the return of Peter :p
I have to admit that personally when Ellis's Moon Knight was announced I pretty much nerdgasmed
Maybe Legion of Monsters or some John Constantine
Try Books of Magic. Heck, Tim even kinda looks like Harry.
I'm worried that stories like that may have too steep a learning curve, because I heard that you get the most out of them by having a prior knowledge on DC and Marvel's magic lore.
Maybe Justice League Dark? They have an arc that basically centers around a Harry Potter rip off.
That may be worth a try then. Is that before or after Lemire came on the book?
He didn't like Saga? Well, I'd say there isn't much hope left for your friend. Try giving him Hawkguy Vol. 1 in a worthless attempt.
I think he may have been weirded out by some of the more "forward" imagery in the book if you know what I mean. Hawkeye might be worth a try because I know he knows the character and enjoys a good laugh.
I'm looking to get a Christmas gift for one of my close friends and I was thinking of introducing him to a comics series. I have previously gotten him to read Vol. 1 of Saga and he thought it was good but didn't seem to really fall in love with it. His favourite book series is Harry Potter (he's really obsessed) so I was wondering if anyone had any relevant recommendations? I was thinking the Unwritten but I'm not sure.