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    Spencer maybe. Marvel no. There's nothing...

    Spencer maybe. Marvel no. There's nothing "ballsy" about s--ting the bed and then cleaning it more than ten years and presenting it as good as new.



    Perhaps. For me I've given up theorizing...
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    I will say that Kindred is a big swing for...

    I will say that Kindred is a big swing for Spencer. He's a very gothic and dark character, sure it talks in slang and all, but it's definitely a character who is very dark, whereas most of Spencer's...
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    In the short-term definitely. In the long-term,...

    In the short-term definitely. In the long-term, it would color it but I don't think it will undo the good stuff that's been done until now.

    There are examples of a writer's run that builds to a...
  4. Galactus chose to eat Earth and Reed disagreed...

    Galactus chose to eat Earth and Reed disagreed with the laws of natural selection then. You can’t say Galactus is necessary and say eating Earth isn’t.
  5. What if someday we find a means to terraform and...

    What if someday we find a means to terraform and colonise Venus? I mean the X-Men are using Krakoa habitats to successfully terraform a settlement on Mars and the Moon. They would definitely see a...
  6. The morality of eating uninhabited planets is...

    The morality of eating uninhabited planets is also iffy. I mean Earth was uninhabited for a long time after the Big Bang and before natural selection kicked in.

    Asking Galactus to eat uninhabited...
  7. Those children did not disappear...they ran away...

    Those children did not disappear...they ran away from home precisely because Mom and Dad had severe "empty nest syndrome" and didn't want them to be mutant-curious. They wanted to prolong the fiction...
  8. So why is that courtesy, extended to Attilan and...

    So why is that courtesy, extended to Attilan and Wakanda in the past (and also Latveria in some instances), not extended to Krakoa by Susan Storm?Having "empty nest syndrome" is one thing, but then...
  9. As long as its consensual then it's polyamory and...

    As long as its consensual then it's polyamory and young people experimenting and so on.

    Not polygamy.
  10. "about to" i.e a comic hasn't been published yet....

    "about to" i.e a comic hasn't been published yet. Don't know how it will play out, how it will be framed.

    And being a cad isn't the same as being a polygamist.
  11. Grammar is a bit off, my dude, but I get your...

    Grammar is a bit off, my dude, but I get your point. In any case,
    A) The Inhumans are a society several times more abhorrent than Krakoa, and yet the Fantastic Four never said a word against them. ...
  12. Weinstein and Cosby are evil. It comes down to...

    Weinstein and Cosby are evil. It comes down to that. Trying to say they could have just been skeevy and unctous instead is beside the point.
  13. -- Didn't Reed Richards defend Galactus in a...

    -- Didn't Reed Richards defend Galactus in a Trial?
    -- Didn't Reed Richards build a Gulag in the Negative Zone in appalling conditions to imprison without due-process superheroes during the Civil...
  14. The so-called "Real Clone Saga" by Defalco-Mackie...

    The so-called "Real Clone Saga" by Defalco-Mackie probably can be made into a single movie, as well as Ultimate Clone Saga.
  15. I think you can do The First Clone Saga by Gerry...

    I think you can do The First Clone Saga by Gerry Conway in a single movie, and combine that with The Night Gwen Stacy Died.

    The model could be to do it like Hitchcock's Vertigo, which was an...
  16. Yeah, it's interesting that the comic goes into...

    Yeah, it's interesting that the comic goes into the complexity of Doom's attitude to mutants, because he has been written as pro-mutant and anti-mutant varying on the writer. Zdarsky confronts both...
  17. The kiss between Jean and Scott in New X-Men #121...

    The kiss between Jean and Scott in New X-Men #121 was intended to communicate the frostiness/coldness of their relationship whereas the one in Hickman's conveys warmth and trust between Jean and...
  18. Yeah, and there's a good chance that even more...

    Yeah, and there's a good chance that even more evil people are still at large in Hollywood.

    Still, his arrest and guilty verdict is the good work, as Xavier would say in HoX/PoX.


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  19. I liked this issue a lot. It feels dense and...

    I liked this issue a lot. It feels dense and packed. The Susan Storm Appreciation is getting too overboard, like the Four are nothing without her and so on.

    I was disappointed that Magneto called...
  20. He hasn't been a major figure since about the...

    He hasn't been a major figure since about the early 2000s. Until his exposure, he had been off the radar for a while.

    In fact some have argued that the real reason why the Weinstein expose...
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    X-Men #7 is a really weird and disturbing issue....

    X-Men #7 is a really weird and disturbing issue. It has that uncanniness that reminds of Moore-Totleben's final issue of Miracleman. That mix of optimism/pessimism, fear/hope.

    The dialogue in...
  22. This is Dauterman's issue more than Hickman's....

    This is Dauterman's issue more than Hickman's. The plot structure is a remake, a near beat-for-beat/panel-for-panel one of Morrison/Quitely's New X-Men #121, so the main differences are substituting...
  23. The word "downfall" implies that Weinstein...

    The word "downfall" implies that Weinstein started at some great height. He didn't.

    Weinstein was all told a fairly mediocre movie producer who rode off the coattails of Tarantino and then created...
  24. I love Doom in X/FF #2. He's fun as always. And...

    I love Doom in X/FF #2. He's fun as always. And there's always this weird pleasure as he plots to screw people over.
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    This issue brings a lot of stuff together. It's...

    This issue brings a lot of stuff together. It's one of Spencer's best written and his most fleet.

    Jonah and Spidey are great.

    I am a little concerned with Norah, but I hope Spencer eventually...
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