Review: War Machine #1 (From 1994)
This is a pretty good feature, its definitely good for someone who wants to get into a character's past comics. I would say the rating on this was pretty spot on. It lacked the same action as today's comics but I think there was more story telling. That's what comics now adays lack in my view, they are great action packed books, but when it comes down to the every day lives of these heroes and stuff that doesn't involve action the writing seriously lacks. But I guess that's just how the times have changed, more action less development.
Wow G-man I think your on to something here, this "Random Pull review" was pretty interesting and I don't even like Warmachine. The energy you put into this made this very entertaining and fun to watch and its less spoilers you have to worry about so you can feel free to really share what you like about the book with us.
So I say keep pulling them and I will keep watching them!
Love the review of an older comic, but it pains me to see that they're in your garage. I mean, was that original X-Men art in the background? At least find a better place for that. Then again, California has a little bit cooler temps than the Nevada desert - I couldn't even consider putting mine in the garage. It'd probably age them five years in one. Maybe look into a climate controlled storage? Or maybe it's time to get rid of some old comics (I've been thinking about that for myself). Other than the pain you're causing, great review. lol
Yeah, I wouldnt mind seeing a review of an old comic once in a blue moon. :)
It's something different and it is a good way to take a step back from the current status que in the comics at the moment in Marvel or DC mainly.
If you have it, maybe do a review of Todd Mcfarlane's Spider-man series.
First let me say this, I totally agree with everyone one here on reviewing comics from the past, its fantastic! Especially if there comics from the 80's or 90's personally!
Second - War Machine Comic couldn't have been a better pick for your flashback title based on the introduction of War Machine and tarnished relationship with Tony Stark.
I think this story in my opinion would have been more interesting for me for as an Iron Man movie sequel then Justin Hammer.
Third - please do more flashback titles G-Man, please!
Everyone . . . and I mean everyone . . . needs to have a girlfriend named Ray Lacosta . . .
E V E R O N E !
(hey . . . beats having a 'girlfriend' named Ray Liotta)
Oh, and G . . . I think the Retro review idea is pretty cool! Go for it.