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    Quote Originally Posted by ComicBookMan View Post
    Yep, another Bendis pile of crap. He's a master of the filler comic. Lots of pointless chatter and not much gets accomplished. Often, at the end of each comic, he tries to leave the reader with a cliffhanger. I find that is usually of slight interest and the rest of the comic is generic banter.

    I read some of his X-Men and he did an amazing job at ignoring their actual character that has been developed and writing them the way he likes. Constant debaters/arguers/lame attempts at wit. Repeat.

    Someone tell these 'high profile' writers that quality always trumps quantity. Writer fewer books and put some thought into the ones you do write.
    I really don't see this as a filler. It's a story that read almost exactly like the Supreme Intelligence discussion from Galactic Storm.

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    Wrote a review also. Check it out if you please.

    http://www.comicosity.com/review-gua...the-galaxy-24/

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    Who didn't see the end of Guardians of the Galaxy #24 coming? And, what the hell is that around Jean Grey's head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wellman View Post
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    Still wouldn't mind seeing him take over Amazing Spider-Man though, if only because of all the good to great work he did with the Ultimate version of Peter Parker and his successor Miles Morales.
    PLEASE GOD NO.

    Dan Slott's Amazing Spider-Man and Silver Surfer are magnitudes better than anything being currently written by Bendis, plus I'd prefer to not have one of my favorite series ruined with clunky dialog and lame attempts at being hip and trying to appeal to trendy tweens.

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