Captain Marvel #17 - A little heavy on the empowerment message. I still say the best way to show an empowered Carol Danvers is to actually show an empowered Carols Danvers, with classic strong art and Ms/Captain/Whatever Marvel fighting super-villains. Nonetheless, i like Filipe Andrade's art and this issue was fine. And hey, congrats on lasting 17 issues before a reboot.
Wolverine #11 - If Alan Davis wants to draw Wolverine fighting super-ninjas, then we should let him.
Iron Man #18 - The one thing that bugs me about this is that i'm not quite sure what Tony (and Arno) thinks is the big pressing emergency that requires him to come up with some technological redesign of cities with such urgency. What's the crisis they're working to solve? I also felt like the futureworld intro was a bit of a time waster. Still, i've learned to trust Gillen on this series, and i thought the new anti-Neo-Liberal "Mandarin" at the end could be interesting. So we'll see where this goes.
Superior Spider-Man #5 - Awesome awesome awesome.
By fnord12 | November 17, 2013, 5:29 PM | Comics
I think you mean Superior Spider-Man Team Up #5, which was, indeed, awesome.
I think you mean Superior Foes of Spider-Man #5, which was awesome. Winner gets a no-prize!
Michael (i think perhaps Uncanny Michael) gets the No-Prize and i need a secret decoder ring to keep these issues straight.
Superior Team-Ups of Superior Foes of Superior Spider-Man #5.AU.NOW
Oh, yes, Uncanny Michael. I really should remember that. Didn't go to five years of Uncanny school for nothing, after all.