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Doc Green and Steve Rogers go on an adventure!
As the world comes to an end, Widow flashing back to one of her first jobs for the Red Room.
How did the Ultrons rise to power?
great list man!
@frozenedge: im the kind that welcomes change.im in the deep minority. lol i dont see it as a bad thing. i usually give it a chance. i feel like comics should evolve not stay stagnant. so i cant wait to read sam's stories just the same as i couldn't wait to read miles stories.and see the growth of comic characters in general.
change is good. ill give it a shot
i still love this book. i really hope its worth it in the end though.
very well thought.:) you should do more maybe for some DC comics, or some independent stuff.
Wakanda is more then Vibranium. They are still one of the most advanced nations in the world. I loved the action scenes. T'challa new skills are sick, One of the best Marvel Now books period. Newsarama review wasn't harsh, it was stupid. Whining about the THE PROTAGONIST being the PROTAGONIST! Basically,T'challa *is* the protaganist, just like Cap was in SA, Pym was in Mighty, like Cyclops in Uncanny, Val is for Fearless, etc. Hickman has made it VERY clear that Black Panther is a main focal point of the book, that he is the protagonist and the moral anchor in a 'mortality play' that his NEW AVENGERS IS. The rest roles/members are either deuteragonist and tritagonist in NEW AVENGERS. T'challa is the central character, being the "moral anchor" in a "morality play," means the other characters play off of him...he represents humanity, hope and honor...while the others represent different aspects that will try to drag him in other directions...good or bad. That's what a morality play is about. Awesome book.
Sometimes i wish cv had a like button,for stuff like this.
im cant wait to pick this up. i have good feelings about this. thanks for a great review.
im so hoping for the best. im gonna check out.
Use your keyboard!
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