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MOTW 1/13/10: Bit me, you mother!
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Secret Six brings the goods, and John Ostrander should just be the "DC fight coordinator," where he goes from comic to comic telling the writer how to do the big fights, because that's pretty much what he does here:
That page is current front runner for page of the year.
And Dark X-Men #3 has Nate Grey do more in one issue than the Sentry has done since he came back in NA:
Nate tears his way through Avenger Tower on a campaign of separating the just from the unjust in HAMMER, and fools Bob like the loser he is (Cornell seems to have done this just to show doing this to Bob repeatedly is a weak way to use the character):
And then Nate takes on all the DA and the only one who offers a real fight is Ares (Nate is literally hiding in time and only Ares knows and he thinks it's a brilliant tactic), but he then fakes his death but is now inhabiting/took over Norman's body. What have you done today, Bob?