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Am I the only one who hates it when sub par interiors can't come close to matching fantastic cover art? I don't mind so much the fact that it's misleading the consumer; few individuals would but a book based solely on the cover art and nothing else. However, it does create a contrast in the mind of the reader wherein the interior art seems all the worse for the comparison.
You mad!? Mahmud Asrar's art is awesome.
With the release of Captain Marvel this week I was wondering what are you're thoughts on Ms. Captain Marvel. I like the character and feel like she has the potential to be a major player but something is holding her back. Is it a lack of good villains? Titles with female leads selling badly? Or is Marvel just not pushing her at that level? Do you think she could be Marvel's equivalent of Wonder Woman, and what do you think it would take to get her there?
Also, I've been reading Wolverine and the X-Men (which is great), but I'm getting annoyed by this avengers vs x-men storyline. They've mostly done a good job of telling story's around it but I feel like its holding the comic back. Do you like these events cutting into all the different comics, or would you prefer they be their own mini-series (the way flashpoint did it)? I understand why they do it but if I only get 12 issues of a comic a year I don't want events getting in the way of the comic I pay to read.
~ Verse (James)