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04/20/17 6:48 PM
04/20/17 10:05 PM
deejayway wrote:I loved Bendis & Maleev on Daredevil, but I thought they were disappointing on Spiderwoman and Moon Knight so I'll pass on Ironman as I'm not a fan of character anyway.
I quite like Waid & Samnee's first run on Daredevil, although I felt it ran out of gas towards the end of the run. Never bothered to pick up the second run.
I do like the Black Widow and lot and Chris Samnee is great so I might pick up a nice hardcover collection of the title.
From where I'm sitting, the buzz around Marvel seems to be completely dead.
I usually like Ellis a lot, but Karnak seems like such an unpromising character.
I would also dearly like to read James Robinson in form, but Scarlet Witch seems pretty iffy. Who is the artist?
04/20/17 10:11 PM
MurdockAndNelson wrote:Bendis and Maleev's DD run is one of my favorites, defintely the second highwater mark on the charatcer as far as I'm concerned. The International Iron Man book they did about Tony's secret past and parentage didn't do much for me. Part of it I think has to do with retrofitting to marvel's sliding time and year scale. However, their Infamous Iron Man book with Doom as the title character so far has been good. One of the few marvel books I look forward to each month.
Riri Williams Iron Man is fine. I don't dislike it, it's just kind of a lightweight fun title at the moment.
04/20/17 10:29 PM
04/21/17 12:51 AM
Five Years Later wrote:I love Silver Surfer.
04/21/17 1:48 AM
Batman wrote:Moon Knight's been great lately and it wraps up next ish with #14. It's written by Jeff Lemire and has been quite a head-trip, and has featured some great art by Greg Smallwood, James Stokoe, and Francesco Francavilla.
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04/23/17 9:53 AM
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