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#1 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

One great example of continuity disaster is Carter Hall. Anyone remember when Hawkman was an alien in the Hawkworld storyline? I loved that interpretation... Then it all disappeared. I'm getting that WTF is happening feeling again. I'm enjoying some of the new 52 (Action, Batman, Teen Titans, Voodoo), but call a reboot a reboot...

#3 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

Anyone else's CBS selling copies of #1's for $8-$12 each only a week later? Feels like Valiant Comics all over again...

#4 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

Didn't like Secret Avengers #16... so I'm taking it off my pull list.
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#6 Edited by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio
Not sure if this was posted before: 
#7 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice article G-Man, only nitpick I have is you didn't list the writer(s) responsible for the story. Thanks TheMadMonkey for telling us it was Michelinie (and Shooter). 
 
Was Shooter the head honcho at Marvel during this storyline? I'm surprised it got approved by Marvel brass back in the day.

#8 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio
@keith71_98 said:
Don't let him near Batman! I couldn't even stay onboard with AS Batman & Robin regardless of how awesome Lee's art was. Miller has had some great runs but he's also had some real crap.
^^^^^ QFT. Miller's writing on that book was dreadful... seriously I don't care what past work he's done... that writing was dreadful.
#9 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

This looks like a horrible cash grab. How did the marketing dept @ Batman Inc authorize this? ;o)

#10 Posted by wingster (138 posts) - - Show Bio

" Cyclops' first real dramatic change in character occurred after X-Men: The Search For Cyclops in which Cyclops was consumed by Apocalypse."


Parallax corrupted Scott Summers? Oh, wrong universe... Seriously, Marvel can revert Scott back to his former self with a "parallax" storyline.