Moment of the Week: 7/2/08
Not a lot for me this week, but the end of Angel is a nice set-up
Holy fuckleberries it's about time we had a showdown between Angel and Gunn
Also ASM was good, even the part that Gale wrote. Well maybe "good" is too much for that part.
Let's say it falls somewhere between "not terrible" and "decent"
Me Too! on
I also liked the "oh shit" moment in Secret Invasion: Front Line
Haven't gotten around to reading Jonah Hex or Manhunter yet, but perhaps there's some good stuff there, too.
In a good way
As was Powers vol 8
Glad to hear you think it's worth reading, though. I mean, I bought it so I'm planning to read it and stuff. But you know.
I'm glad I did, because I absolutely loved it, and I can't wait till my Howard Omnibus arrives!
also the scene where the blonde heroine tries to sex up our feathered hero creeped out every single person with whom i was watching.
edit- terrible theme song. "HOW-ARD...THA DUCK"
So, we can blame this and the prequel trilogy on Lucas. Truly, he is history's greatest monster.
just glad i could help ma'am
But the headline at the end was kind of obnoxious.
Really, Dan? Did you HAVE to put "Internet complains about comic book" as a headline in the DB? What, did the waters calm down so you had to stir them up?
I'm not so much offended at what was written, but more that it was so blatant.
Of course, he followed up Bob Gales part of the story with a Back to the Future joke, so...
That is the most ridiculous looking thing
AND I LOVE IT!
Fixed that for you.
Is it just me, or is Morrison's run on Batman seriously going south of Surreal?
However the whole "street gear" thing was sublimely retarded. Especially seeing Storm all urbanised yet still having the giant headdress on her head.
I think it was just the timing of when this book came out, and last month's having two books
And Spike starts this month, too
"You call Arthur Eld ancestor, but I call him "father"."
And the Sheemie page.
"Enough pain! Enough for a hundred lifetimes!"
Frankly I wasn't overly impressed with Armor mopping about her name and such. Really seemed out of character given how she was acting at the end of the last issue where she and Logan started sparring. Almost makes me wonder if she's bi-polar or something.
Also, I bought what I can only assume was a bootleg Howard the Duck at a Comic Con last year, and I've probably watched monthly since.
What were Storm's reasons for being back with the X-Men?
Well boredom is HER reason but the official reason is that the X-Men are now financed through MSF (Mutants Sans Frontiers). MSF is in turn financed partially by the Wakandan government and Storm is present to assess how the X-Men work and whether Wakanda's investment is a sound one.
But mostly she's just bored.
Ellis trying to save her from bad writing.