But they are made of stone
That is not a power
That is just an unfortunate state resulting in death
cardboard delusions wrote:
I felt like the whole event I was waiting for that moment where I could say 'finally' and everything was going to tie together. The whole thing felt way too decompressed and then all of a sudden splash page. It was like a 16 year old learning to drive, too much gas then too much break. After this I'm done with New Avengers and Iron Man, feel like I was expecting too much of these books and need to start thinning out the pull list.
My fav is when I can get my kiss on with other dudes.
that was intentional
I'm still hoping this Pheonix thing is a series of inter-connected minis instead of an "event" book.
This is truth.
And didn't Tony break some when pushing his way out of the corpse mountain too.
If you're interested:
Forth from their homes must all men flee;—
Nine paces fares the son of Fjorgyn,
And, slain by the serpent, fearless he sinks.
I still say Siege has been the most effective event comic from Marvel so far. Short main series length, minimal tie-ins, and deaths that actually have stuck so far save one, and technically Loki is a brand new character now.
They couldn't have waited till 7.1? That would've made a lot more sense.
I think this is very well put, it did seem like there were a lot of OH SHIT moments but like then they didn't really have much lasting impact.
I am kind of glad it's coming to a close, honestly. Just want something fresh I guess.