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millean 9/5/2013 10:32:57 AM

I liked The Star Wars.  Really looking forward to seeing how everything plays out on the pages.  Definitely seems like McQuarrie was the artist, and I love that.

I dropped Superior Spider-Man a couple of months ago.  Not because I hated it, mainly because I need to cut back on the funny books.  I may pick up this 2099 arc, then again, I may not.

 

SarcasticCaveman 9/5/2013 2:54:58 PM

 I had to quit collecting comics years ago, but I just may have to check out The Star Wars...the premise sounded neat, and I'm glad to hear it's playing well  in the books.  As for Spiderman...wasn't the whole 2099 universe pretty much a gimmick?  Seriously, it was entirely a product of the 90's - shiny covers, guys with shoulder pads bigger than Cable's...I might agree that Spiderman 2099 was the "best" of them (thanks to Peter David), but it was still a turd and a gimmick.  How the shock (*eyeroll* I swear, South Park is better at coming up with new "curse words") do you not realize this?

jedibanner 9/5/2013 7:23:43 PM

The Star Wars was a great book to read but the art is even better, highly recommend it.

As for Superior Spider Man....he's not dead?  :-P

 

How long are people going to push this book when they know, they KNOW they screwed up the character so long ago and so many people still don't buy the book.

Sometimes it's ok to let go...

Dazzler 9/6/2013 4:21:26 AM

I am still waiting for Peter Parker to return.  It has been interesting watching Doc Oc take on things.  But Spider-man is Peter Parker now and forever. 

RTD2013 10/11/2013 7:06:15 PM

Would love to see a full-time return of Spider-Man 2099.  Just his title, no other 2099 stuff.  Miguel was a great S-man, just needs people willing to live in the future with the character, and not try to just 2099 every past villain into the tale.  Build up his support cast, keep it interesting... he's tailor made to be a more investigative, corporation-busting hero for a new age.  So much potential to take an awesome hero and break free into a new world. 

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